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DarthoftheDead 12/6/2012 10:58:54 AM

 It doe's in my book, unless you have "insider Information".       ; )

Higgy 12/6/2012 11:05:10 AM

@Darth this guy seems too superhuman to be Garth.

This trailer looks too unrealistic.  THERE IS TOO MUCH ACTION!  Where is the love story?  Come on really!


Kaziklu 12/6/2012 11:08:58 AM

 Here is a simple take on the Trailer, Sherlock was in a starfleet uniform. 

The Enterprise was rising from the water in at least one scene (the naceles are emerging from the water, why is it a submarine suddenly? ) 

We then see it seemingly being dragged by an unseen force. 

We have words like I have a scroe to settle, I'm back. and the like. 

It is either a new character that is a cross between Mitchell and Khan. Or it's Mitchell. 

Also why... why is the Enterprise in Atmosphere? The closest it ever came was in a low orbit when they went back in time and it was visible by a plane flying high. 

Why oh why is the Enterprise the ones that are able to stop it? rather then you know people experience in ground combat. 

He who do you want to come rescue you when you are captured by terrorist threatening to rape and murder you? Seal Team 6 or the Guy or the life long slacker who is the Captian of the Flag ship whose apparently only been in the service for 3 years. 

momitchell7 12/6/2012 11:12:17 AM

Who the hell is Gary Mitchell?!

Not a Trekkie... sorry.

Higgy 12/6/2012 11:19:48 AM

It's Khan.  Come on.  The whole hand touching hand with glass in between at the end.  Except I bet the twist is that Kirk is on the inside of the glass this time.

jackwagon 12/6/2012 11:24:16 AM


Gary Mitchell was a character from the classic TOS pilot episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before."   In it, Mitchell and Dr. Elizabeth Dehner (another member of the Enterprise crew) came into contact with an alien force, giving them both psionic and superhuman abilities.  Dehner had managed to aid Kirk in fighting Mitchell, and ultimately Kirk was the only one left alive in their conflict.  

P.S. The episode was actually the second commissioned pilot by NBC for TOS, since the original pilot episode "The Cage" didn't have enough action in it.

lazarus 12/6/2012 11:28:00 AM

I am going to make a point. Just this one. In the past the reason the Starships could not land on a planet was due to the effect planetary magnetic fields had on an antimatter containment system and it would systemically rupture/fail causing a core breach. You would think crashing a starship into a planet would cause an airliner like effect with peices tearing away and wreckage being strewed about. So I am curious if that crash by a starship was a controlled landing or what. Also curious because this person did not seem to have "god" like powers of Gary Mitchell. Maybe they are combining the two characters. Gary Khan....yeah, that's it. GARY KHAN!!!


Higgy 12/6/2012 11:28:45 AM

Ok I don't know.  I just read about Gary Mitchell and after watching the trailer and seeing the Doctor woman that look just like the original woman they cast in TOS, it seems as if this is actually Gary Mitchell.  The guy even looks like him.  Well the one sitting in the chair anyway...not sure if he's the same guy that's jumping around with the longer hair.

Higgy 12/6/2012 11:32:41 AM

Oh...well I guess this might clarify things a bit.  I think we're overlooking part of the premise of the movie: they find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization has detonated the fleet and everything it stands for.  I think if it's from within their own organization, it must be Gary, because I don't remember Khan ever being part of Starfleet.


DarthoftheDead 12/6/2012 11:37:03 AM

 Even Mania's synopsis say's "our hero's are propelled into an epic chess game"

Queen to Queen's level three, anyone, lol?

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