The Much Awaited ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Trailer Released! [Watch Video]

By Irawati Awate | 1 year ago
The Much Awaited ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Trailer Released! [Watch Video]
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“Star Trek Beyond” trailer has been released, though it may sound like you are watching a Fast & Furious trailer by the music in the video, you are actually not. Courtesy to Justin Lin, the director of Fast & Furious series who has apparently got enough of the cars and wanted to try his feat on the speed of light rather than high speed cars.

J.J. Abrams former director took his chair for Star Wars VII, which is on the brink of its release, was replaced by Lin. The first official announcement of the trailer was made a few days back prescribing it to go live as a trailer in the Star Wars VII.

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However, since the trailer is officially out, the Star Trek followers might still think on buying the “Star Wars VII” movie ticket just to get the glimpse of their favorites on a bigger screen. According to Outerplaces, the trailer starts in a typical Fast & Furious fashion with all action sequence and heavy metal music in the background.

There is very little to predict from it apart from Starfleet being destroyed by huge number miniature spaceships. Due to the destruction the crew members end up on a mysterious island while the all action sequence continues. Two new characters have been identified, one is a women having black strips on her white face and other is the rogue in a typical nasty looking make up.

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The Women character is played by Sofia Boutella of “Kingsman: The Secret Service” while the villain is Idris Elbaas. Compared to “Star Trek Into the Darkness,” the sequel seems to be a more on the fun and all action side, this might annoy Spock.

With Abrams reverting to Star Wars franchise, the script writing task was handed over to Simon Pegg and rookie Doug Jung, as reported by Screenrant. The change in the style of scriptwriting has never been so kind to any film makers even though Star Trek franchise is huge enough to attract its followers and detractors. Check out the video

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