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Boasting plenty of new action scenes, the trailer gives a longer look at the major villain but offers less clue about his real identity.
Speaking about the much-speculated-about 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain, Cumberbatch gushes that the character is 'remarkably rational and wildly, insidiously brilliant.'
Teasing that Cumberbatch will play a 'good' bad guy in 'Into Darkness', Abrams says, 'The character that Benedict plays has an absolute sense of right and wrong, and he's on the right side.'
Stirring an online frenzy, an official caption from the new still of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' has unveiled the name of the much-talked-about villainous character.
Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot host a press screening of the IMAX footage, which reportedly will counter fans' reaction about the dark tone of the 'Star Trek' sequel.
Highlighting tons of intense battle scenes, the sneak peek offers hints at Benedict Cumberbatch's much-talked-about villainous character, whose identity has yet to be revealed.
Dishing on his much-talked-about bad guy character in 'Into Darkness', Cumberbatch says, 'He is a villain but the actions he takes has intent and reason.'
The one-sheet features a 'Dark Knight Rises'-like apocalyptic theme and sees a man, who allegedly is the new villain, standing tall on top of city ruins.
The identity of the antagonist to be played by Benedict Cumberbatch is still kept secret, though it is teased that Kirk and his team will fight 'a one man weapon of mass destruction.'
Quinto says he's ready to 'go in a different direction' after 'Star Trek Into Darkness', while hinting that 'an era of association with certain roles' is 'coming to an end.'
It's official, the first nine minutes of the 'Star Trek' sequel will be unleashed in IMAX theaters on December 14, before the showings of Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'.
For the first time ever, the 'Super 8' director answers, 'Uh huh,' when he is asked if the 'Sherlock' actor will indeed play the villain in 'Star Trek Into Darkness'.