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Watch: Final Trailer for 'Star Trek Beyond' Featuring a Rihanna Song

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June 27, 2016
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Star Trek Beyond Trailer

"We were overwhelmed by something, something we've never seen before…" Paramount has launched the third and final trailer for Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond, which hits theaters in late July. The final trailer features plenty of action-packed sci-fi footage as well as the Rihanna song "Sledgehammer", which seems a bit unnecessary but they really need to sell this movie this summer so why not. The full cast includes all the returning Enterprise crew: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, John Cho, Anton Yelchin. Newcomers this time are Joe Taslim, Sofia Boutella, and Idris Elba. The more we see, the better this looks, I'm actually kind of excited to see how this turns out. Who else is ready?

Here's the third & final trailer for Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond, direct from Paramount's YouTube:

Star Trek Beyond Poster

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

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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  • DAVIDPD
    NEW RIHANNA SONG!!!
  • LV 426
    Fingers crossed!!
  • Tester
    wtf, this is what Star Trek has come to, which shitty song is shown in a video !!!!
  • theslayer5150
    I get that a Bond movie always needs to have some sort of hit "theme song", but a Star Trek movie?? Just shows how hard they seem to need to sell this movie. Yes, I am a long time Trekkie, who has struggled to adapt to this new universe, and I can admit that. I've tried to watch these movies with an open mind as far as the alternate universe based on what I grew up with and know. But clearly these movies are being made with (I guess) a younger generation in mind. I still keep expecting Dom to jump from the Enterprise's hood onto a speeding Kilingon ship just before it flips end over end. Another Starz movie of the month I'll wait to see.
  • Rihanna ? Ewwww! I'm starting to hate this movie.
  • I'm excited for the movie, but less than unexcited for this Rihanna music video.
    • Imagine female klingons shaking their booties on Rihanna's music. what's not to like?
  • Steven
    Ruined by the song. Next thing will be Star Wars with a stupid song.
    • Imagine Star Wars with Drake's song. The end of days is close.
  • kitano0
    The suits at Paramount aren't total idiots...they knew throwing a song into the trailer would upset quite a few people...they must be pretty confident that this movie will be a hit...that, or I need to adjust my meds....
    • or they are pretty sure that this movie will be a *hit, and thus they are trying to appeal Rihanna's booty fans.
  • Todd
    The trailer is much better with the sound off.
    • Steven
      Good advice, managed to watch it all the way through to the end.
  • Bl00dwerK
    That's a sure-fire way to get me to NOT watch it.
  • Bo
    I think it's funny, all the guys/fans getting upset over the use of a Rihanna song for this movie. My thoughts are, who cares? Why care? I thought it was all insane noise and a real jumble...images, song...same poop! Just substitute the great last line in Chinatown and instead of saying 'it's Chinatown, man'...meaning forget about it....'it's Star Trek, Jack'...I mean really...this ain't Citizen Kane and Bob Dylan we're talking' about here, now is it?
    • Snev De la Fontaine
      Maybe it's all foul to you (hence the same), but if there's a bit of a consensus about only one of the poops (song) smelling foul to people, then I'd argue that's an indicator that it isn't actually the same poop. So, quite a lot of people do care and after all, why not? Good Hollywood-poop is hard to come by these days.
      • Bo
        Alright by me. I react the same as I do with literal poop and ignore it and have nothing to do with it. Glad there are those that like it though. Nothing the matter with that. Whatever blows your skirt up and all that.
  • Andrew Geczy
    I didn't see ANton Yelchin once that whole trailer. And his character has, in the past, had the least to do of anyone on the bridge. WHat if they killed him off at the beginning of this movie, and now are breathing a sigh of relief that things all worked out okay on that front.
    • shiboleth
      I would leave him to rest in piece since even the evil Hollywood has no answer to this tragedy but not to overstress what happened ... And besides, what's the good approach to this?
      • Andrew Geczy
        There is no good approach. That is, unless they just happened to make the terrible decision of killing off Chekov in the movie because his character had nothing to do and they wanted dramatic weight. Worst decision ever, except when the actor dies horribly and that emotional beat becomes so fucking true that we all mourn with the cast and crew in one coincidentally real moment felt the world round.
        • shiboleth
          'Unless', huh ... So, the rest was quite unnecessary and tendentious ... Don't play the consciousness of the world over someone's death. Please, have some decency ...
          • Andrew Geczy
            Don't play the consciousness of the world over someone's death? What do you even mean by that? Don't assume everyone in the world is sad over the death of Anton Yelchin? How does my grief over his loss somehow strip me of decency?
  • shiboleth
    I like some new scenes. And I don't expect to see any Kubrick's idea of film so I know where this lands. There's also some good nostalgic idea of space adventure in this, maybe ever fairer than those in Star Wars movies which overstretch their morality concepts. Of course, the whole thing could be better altogether, but, as someone already said, this is for the new kids. And my kid said, we're watching this. So, who am I to argue against the future of mankind ..?
  • Well that's an interesting mix.
  • cuckoozey
    Rhian-NAH!
  • dan
    absolutely HORRIBLE song.
  • grimjob
    I think that would have worked better if they just left out the vocals.
  • Payne by name
    The previous trailers made this film look a mess and this hasn't changed that feeling. And is that the Enterprise getting destroyed once again? The other two films have been very poor in my opinion. The first suffering a glaringly obvious plot hole that made the film feel stupid and the second was just shockingly bad with an awful final fight on the freighter as it moved through gantry and felt like something out of an 80's video game. Just a mass of pointless explosions, lens flare and shouting.

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