More STAR TEK Pictures Hit The Web

It seems like it was just a few hours ago that I was posting up next week’s cover of Entertainment Weekly, featuring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto as Captain Kirk and Mister Spock in the upcoming Star Trek relaunch. In that post I predicted seeing more pictures from the film in the near future. I just didn’t expect it to be this soon. Paramount has released six new images, one to each of six different website. But rather than jump all over the internet, we have them all here for you.

First up is a view of the USS Enterprise bridge, courtesy of MTV Movies Blog (Click to enlarge) –

Standing between Pine and Quinto is Karl Urban, who will be playing the irrascible Dr. “Bones” McCoy. On the far right of the picture you can just barely see John Cho as Sulu.

According to co-producer Damon Lindelof, Kirk is wearing a black shirt instead of his regular command gold uniform for a reason that springs from the storyline. Also, Lindelof stated that Abrams was insistant that all of the controls have a “functionality,” presumably to add a versilimitude to the film.

AintItCool has this photo of Mr. Spock seemingly letting slip that cold, unemotional mask Vulcan’s usually wear.

IGN has this spoilerish picture of Kirk climbing out of an ice pit at the bottom of which lies something that looks like an escape pod from the Enterprise.

From JoBlo comes this creepy shot of the villain, the Romulan Nero, played by Eric Bana.

The USS Kelvin has certainly seen better days than what is going down in this picture sent to TrekMovie. This starship is under the command of Captain Robau (Faran Tahir) with George Kirk (Chris Hemsworth) as first officer.

Finally, Ugo has this nice cast shot of the crew of the Enterprise. From left to right we have Anton Yelchin as Checkov, Pine, Simon Pegg as Lt. Scott, Urban,Cho and Zoe Saldana as Uhuru.

Expect more pictures as the week goes on.

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Chuck F
Chuck F
October 16, 2008 3:56 pm

Good screens. I’m having a tough time with this but I’ll still give the movie a shot.