Check This Out: J.J. Abrams' Slusho Enterprise Revealed!
One of the many off-the-wall marketing ideas that Paramount came up with for the new Star Trek was to have various artists paint models of the USS Enterprise in whatever quirky style they wanted. I've seen these models in movie theaters in Los Angeles, on display at ShoWest, and everywhere else Star Trek has been marketing, but Paramount has only now launched a full gallery of all of the models online right here. One of the ships hidden in the gallery is painted with the Slusho logo (listed as Enterprise #12 in the gallery), as done by Amy Vatanakul, an "artist and animator working at Bad Robot Productions." Check it out!
My personal favorite is actually the Enterprise #21 model, in the lower left corner, as that ship just looks frickin' badass with the alien creature being integrated into it. I'd really like to buy that one, please!
There are ships designed by Robert Rodriguez (#4) and Jim Lee (#23), so be sure to check out the full gallery of models. Too bad I can't bid on these, as I might actually shell out some good cash for one of them.
A chronicle of the early days of James T. Kirk and his fellow USS Enterprise crew members.
Star Trek is directed by J.J. Abrams, of "Lost", "Alias", and Mission: Impossible III previously. The screenplay was written by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, of The Island, Mission: Impossible III, Transformers, and the upcoming Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. This is the 11th movie in the Star Trek universe, following most recently Star Trek: Nemesis in 2002. The original "Star Trek" TV series first aired in 1966. Paramount will debut Star Trek in theaters everywhere on May 8th this summer!
there's some really kool looking ones but most are kinda dull, tho i agree with you Alex model 21 is bad ass.
Curtis on Apr 13, 2009
i want it!
erik on Apr 13, 2009
Cloverfieeeeld 2!!!! nooooow!!!!!!!
mL on Apr 13, 2009
aaaa and i love the Ship #4 mexican enterpirse!
mL on Apr 13, 2009
mL, you read my mind.
Tom V on Apr 13, 2009
They just fired everything but six! LOL
David of Movie Viral.com on Apr 13, 2009
great, at least i cant buy it, because i will be poorer and lonelier.
ElDoradoCasinoShreveport on Apr 13, 2009
Industry's Toxic Junk/You Can't drink just six/SLUSHO ZOOM
Tim "Cloverfield" on Apr 14, 2009
looks kinda like a turd.
9001 on Apr 14, 2009
One problem with the Mexican Enterprise...If the Mayan calender on the disc section supposedly ends in 2012, then how do the get to the 23rd century? 🙂
jasonmd2020 on Apr 14, 2009
Enterprise #15 and #21 are my favorite. #21 is jokes. Jim Lee's design was pretty cool, but not what I was expecting.
Silence on Apr 14, 2009
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