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Schlagwort: Into Darkness
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In recent Hollywood movies there has been a new trend for movie villains. Back in the days it was all about the villain and his hideout. The hero would get trapped and had to find a way to escape. Now the roles have reversed and the villain visits the hero. Now we care less about how the hero gets out but what the villain is actually planning.
When Bendedict Cumberbatch’s character John Harrison yelled “Then I surrender” I prepared for the inevitable evil masterplan to unfold. To my surprise the plan of Star Trek Into Darkness was surprisingly simple. And in retrospective it felt not that super convenient.
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Being the sequel to a super fast paced reboot Star Trek Into Darkness wastes no time and throws us right into an Indiana Jones inspired opening. While Kirk (Chris Pine) and Dr. McCoy (Karl Urban) have to distract the natives Spock (Zachary Quinto) has to stop a volcano from destroying this civilization. The high adrenaline opening culminates into a situation where Kirk violates the prime directive which forbids interference in lesser developed cultures.
His actions save the day but also make the primitive species worship the Enterprise as a symbol of some godly interference.
It is after this action sequence and the comedic payoff that the title card appears and the movie literally descends into darkness with a moody introduction of the mysterious villain John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch).
The third and final (?) trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness has been released: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5ec_rPApKCA]…
Star Trek heads Into Darkness this May and the promotion is in full gear.
Via apple.com 3 high resolution posters have been released featuring Spock in a volcano, Uhura on the Klingon homeplanet Qo’nos and a crashing Enterprise. More after the jump
An alternate version of the Star Trek Into Darkness Teaser has surfaced. It is the one that is attached to Oz: The Great and Powerful so it is geared towards the younger audience featuring more running, whacky looks and less Cumberbatch brooding and vowing revenge:
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Offering more glimpses of Benedict Cumberbatch’s villain (named John Harrison) as well as shots of…