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Three Excellent TV Spots for Justin Lin's 'Star Trek Beyond' to Watch

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June 29, 2016
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Star Trek Beyond TV Spots

"Can you imagine what we'll find?" "Aliens hell bent on killing us?" In addition to the recent final trailer, Paramount has unveiled three excellent TV spots for Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond sequel - arriving in theaters in late July. Thankfully there's no Rihanna song distracting from the movie, instead we get some impressive footage from this upcoming space adventure that looks like it may actually be much better than Into Darkness. The full cast includes all the returning Enterprise crew members: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, John Cho, Anton Yelchin. Newcomers this time are Joe Taslim, Idris Elba, and Sofia Boutella as Jaylah. I'm really digging the epic feel of this one, bring it.

Here's the three new TV spots for Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond, direct from Paramount's YouTube:

You can still watch the first trailers for Star Trek Beyond - the teaser trailer, full trailer, and final trailer.

A continuation of the intergalactic voyages of the Starship Enterprise, with a crew featuring Captain James T. Kirk, Spock, Uhura, Scotty, Bones, Chekov and Sulu. Starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, John Cho, Anton Yelchin, Joe Taslim, Sofia Boutella, and Idris Elba. Star Trek Beyond is being directed by filmmaker Justin Lin (Annapolis, Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious 4, Fast Five, Fast & Furious 6), from a screenplay written by Simon Pegg and Doug Jung. Paramount will release Star Trek Beyond, the third film in the new Star Trek series started in 2009, starting on July 22nd, 2016.

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Reader Feedback - 13 Comments

1

Stupid song alert middle video clip

Tester on Jun 29, 2016

2

uhmm! it has the name star trek, but it's exchangeable with every cgi action movie. Of course i will enjoy it like fast and Furious 7,but the star trek vibe has gone...

ari smulders on Jun 29, 2016

3

So you enjoyed F&F 7 ? I couldn't watch more than 5 mn.

tarek on Jun 29, 2016

4

liked it more than i thought... Just fun with impossible stunts,nothing more nothing less...

ari smulders on Jun 29, 2016

5

It's just I can no longer bear impossible stunts that defy the laws of physics.

tarek on Jun 29, 2016

6

yes it's was absurd, but very enjoyable with a good script.

ari smulders on Jun 30, 2016

7

It's a fun movie meant to be enjoyed with several grains of salt. James Wan simultaneously paid homage, kicked it up a notch and poked fun at all FnF films.

Jon Odishaw on Jun 29, 2016

8

As long as Rihanna isn't polluting the videos, I'm fine.

tarek on Jun 29, 2016

9

Action isn't complete replacement for a compelling story. I am pulling for this since SIMON PEG has his name attached to the script, but Independence Day just proved no amount of Effects will save a poorly written film. Please don't suck! Please don't suck! Please don't suck!

salocin411 on Jun 29, 2016

10

At one time, Star Trek was a platform to tell a message that spoke of morality and of consequence. It was a cerebral outlet that would go the distance with a dedicated fact-finding team who would confer with advisors from NASA and various universities on scientific plausibility. At its core was idea that conflict could be overcomed through communication and diplomacy. Star Trek taught. These latest films are Star Trek by title but nothing more. With the announcement that 'Beyond' will not be related to the new Star Trek series premiering in January and officially declaring the JJ Abrams films to be the 'Kelvin timeline' and not the prime, it would seem CBS might also be in agreement.

STARFLEET INTELLIGENCE on Jun 29, 2016

11

Still can't get excited. And this is coming from someone who didn't think Into Darkness was all that bad.

evilED on Jun 29, 2016

12

Why exactly? What is missing in your opinion?

tommyturner on Jun 29, 2016

13

Cautiously Hyped!

DAVIDPD on Jun 29, 2016

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