November 10, 2008 03:41:33 GMT
To be screened before 'Quantum of Solace' in the U.S., the first trailer of the highly-anticipated sci-fi movie, 'Star Trek', has been played on a 15 minute loop at the Paramount Theater on the lot.
Though the first trailer of "Star Trek" won't be hitting the big screen until "Quantum of Solace" makes its debut in the U.S. theaters on November 14, several Paramount people apparently have seen it sometime last week and two of them have shared the trailer details to AICN. In their reports, both of the tipsters reveal that the promotional video will present teenage Kirk in trouble, Spock growing up, and quick cuts of spaceships in battle.
The trailer is said to be opened with a shot of mid-60's Corvette convertible tearing down the road across country side. Hotly pursuit by policeman, the muscle car heads toward a cliff. However, before it goes off, the driver, who is later on identified as young James T. Kirk, leaps out from the car. The footage then is followed by a scene where older Kirk is riding a hover bike with a voice over saying, "You never found yourself here, you never really fit in. What you choose to do with you're life is up to you."
As the voice over continues stating, "Maybe you were meant for something different, something...bigger.", it is shown that Kirk is looking at a huge futuristic structure. Then, it is cut to a scene of Volcan woman holding a baby, and switches to a toddler Spock walking in a Vulcan robe. Moving on, the footage displays older Spock involved in heated argument with Kirk which leads to a fight. The complete description of the trailer can be seen via AICN.
From the producer of hit monster movie "Cloverfield", J.J. Abrams, comes a new "Star Trek" movie chronicling the early days of James T. Kirk and his fellow USS Enterprise crew members during their time at Starfleet Academy. It teams up young and old actors, like Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Eric Bana, Zoe Saldana and Leonard Nimoy. Paramount Pictures will distribute the film in the U.S. on May 8, 2009.