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Three of Three.
Following up on the last Trek General Thread >>2209490.

Keep this in mind: There's a slew of threads on this board, dedicated to complaining about anything and everything.
If you gonna complain, complain about the topic at hand and don't shit up the thread.

This thread is dedicated to the latest incarnations of Star Trek, namely the Kelvinverse-movies (ST09, STID, STB) and Star Trek: Discovery (+everything that's to come).
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Well well, I've started these threads, so I'm gonna curate them... The number of posters says a lot about the fan reception concerning "nuTrek". Well, I for one am still cautiously optimistic about things to come, despite the mediocrity that was DISCO S1.
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Wrong thread, m8! Those go in this one: >>2269518
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>>2274950
Why wrong, good sir?
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Ignore this, I didn't read the OP post properly. Sorry folks.
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>>2270552
Man, the VFX work on that show just VEXES me! Because in some shots, the CGI looks so richly detailed, well lit and realistic (plus it's used for stuff you just couldn't quite achieve with model photography, like that shot or the one where Discovery spore-jumps into that cave) and in other shots it just looks so dull, underdetailed an weirdly lit that it brings back bad memories of ST: Insurrection or some of those shots in VOY and ENT where it looked like the effects team just bit off more than they could chew (or were forced to do stuff that just couldn't be achieved too well on a TV budget and under the corresponding time constraints; if I remember correctly, there was quite the number of reported nervous breakdowns within the team by the time ENT came around)
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Oh for crying out loud, wrong thread! That one's for the TOS thread >>2269505
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>>2275152
sparks, fog, smoke

Oh star trek when will you learn how to engineer, reminds me of Redshirts
"These control panels keep exploding
who designed these!"
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>>2275415
Besides the Khan hullaballoo and the plot holes, the "fairy dust trail" warp effect was one of the most stupid things about STID
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>>2275424
Hehe. Sparks and smoke are one thing, but trek tech is especially questionable whenever a simple console blows up with such force that it injures or even kills its user. As reasonable as storing two dozen firecrackers under your computer keyboard.
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I usually don't care about gossip, but there's no way they DIDN'T have a thing going on.
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>>2269542
If there's gonna be a new Kelvinverse movie (recent interviews and stuff suggest as much), they better make sure there's enough Jaylah in it!
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>>2275415
There's completely different sci-fi series I read where everyone wears space suits. Would come in handy for those people sucked out into space. But I wouldn't know if they could survive falling out of warp.
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>>2269530
Don't we have like two different ST threads at once? Neither of them above 100 posts?
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>>2283373
Three, as you can see. And each of them is dedicated to a different era of the franchise.
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STID was a shitfest. But it's easy to tell who definitely WASN'T to blame: Chris Pine.
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>>2287313
Pine was okay, the whole "frat boy Kirk" thing wasn't his fault, but Karl Urban was the true MVP!
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>>2274708
>people still use ships when transporting is 1000X faster within a planets atmosphere.

why?
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>>2274917
hahaha.

Did Jeri Ryan actually doing the voice acting for that?
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Sofia Boutella is too damn cute!
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>hahahaha we're filming ynow we haha bloop here and there sometimess haha we can waste high tech money hahaha star lyf
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Now that's some damn valuable input. Thread couldn't have done without it.
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>>2269532
There's one good thing I've taken away from Discovery so far and that's the quote: "Universal law is for lackeys, context is for kings" – and that's probably paraphrasing another more well known quote, I would guess.
Considering how almost every episode TNG was just chock-full of quotable stuff that's not much though.
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>>2300030
While I do love Karl Urban's delivery here, it's quite astounding how very scientifically innacurate that description is. Sure, after a 13-second exposure to outer space, one would likely have gone into shock and probably die, but one's blood wouldn't boil! Even after exposure to solar particles, one would rather suffer from the mother of all sunburns, but physiologically that's pretty much it. Loss of consciousness and subsequent death would occur due to decompression sickness and asphyxiation, not due to blood boiling and evaporating or whatever. One wouldn't immediately freeze to death either, since there's no heat transfer in the vacuum of space.
I guess the notion of blood "boiling" stems from the misconception that it would immediately reach its boiling point due to the body being exposed to a vacuum. Wouldn't happen though, since blood inside the body is pressurized and hence wouldn't be exposed to a vacuum in the first place.
So what would happen would be, in that order: a) one would get a bad case of the bends and likely lose consciousness very quickly (nothing as dramatic as exploding eyeballs and shit either – it's only a pressure differential of one Earth atmosphere after all – still might cause blood vessels to rupture, along with pulmonary alveoli if one makes the mistake of holding one's breath),
b) one would asphyxiate in an unconscious state,
c) at the same time one is likely to suffer radiation burns due to cosmic radiation, even worse when solar particles are involved and
d) the body would very slowly freeze solid
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(2/2)
As I see it, there are three ways this could go:
1. They will actually take a more lighthearted approach and this will feel more like actual Star Trek
2. It will end up as an endless string of "*wink* *wink* geddit?"-fanservice bullshit
3. The teaser is misleading and S2 is gonna be just as dreary as S1.

One can but hope...
No matter the outcome, Anson Mount as Pike strikes me as the right choice though
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>>2304565
Also: Rebecca Romijn has been announced as "Number One" (originally played by Majel Barrett)
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>>2300093
if you exhale all of your oxygen, you can survive roughly a minute in space
if you don't exhale, the pressure difference is going to explode your innards
also, you're going to die of asphyxiation before you die of the cold
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>>2304608
roughly a minute seems like an overly generous estimate considering all other factors... MAYBE a minute of survival would be possible, but not in a conscious state and not without suffering lasting damage.
>also, you're going to die of asphyxiation before you die of the cold
That's exactly what I said. Funnily, the cold would pretty much be the SMALLEST problem you'd be facing if you were blown into space.
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>>2304565
So, is Spock gonna be to DSC what Luke Skywalker was to the TFA?
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>>2305006
hmm, that was one "the" too many
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>>2304565
jesus fucking christ this looks like derivative shit
fuck new trek
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>>2305458
derivative of what?
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>>2305492
Everything but Star Trek, they even copying comedy bits from Orville.
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>>2304565
Space scenes look so much better now. The difference between that shot of the Big E and Disco from the end of s1 looks rather out of place compared to pretty much everything else in the trailer. Even the colour of the hulls looks lighter now.
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>>2305529
Yeah and I think even the sets are lit more brightly. Makes sense from an in-universe perspective when you consider that the very dark bridge and stuff like that might've just been a carry-over from Mirror-Lorca and then Mirror-Georgiou being in command.
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0:50 "These mysterious signals are beyond anything we understand. Is it a greeting? A declaration of malice? Let's find out!"

Now THAT sounds like Star Trek right there! I really hope that the season will be about solving a mystery instead of: "Hey, them Klingons are killing us! You don't see any of it, but it's damn bad!"
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>>2305525
It's not like The Orville has copyrighted alien snot jokes. As a matter of fact, alien snot was even a plot device in STB.
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>>2306471
It's the plot of the first half of the season at least. Whether Kurtzman keeps running with it now that the previous showrunners are gone is up in the air, but I can't see him dropping it when they've already blown the budget for the season five episodes in.
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>>2306706
Apparently Anson Mount will be part of the cast for the whole duration of the season, so maybe it will be the entire season's "mission" to find out what those red things are... I like the idea! Not too excited about yet another Spock though. As far as Pike is concerned, the character was established a lot more in "lore" than on screen, so I don't have a problem with him being treated as a "literary" character that can be portrayed by a variety of actors. Spock, on the other hand, IS Leonard Nimoy and I wish they would've found a way around having to deal with Spock at all. But that's a conceptual weakness of the show itself, what with Burnham being Spock's foster-sister, and I guess that'll just keep grinding my gears.
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>>2307327
UHURA: -- and did I not, on multiple occasions, demonstrate exceptional aural sensitivity and, I quote, "unparalleled ability to identify sonic anomalies" in subspace transmission tests?!
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>>2307701
did she say oral sensitivity?
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>>2307709
no, she said "aural" – the "oral sensitivity" thing was just a RLM joke. "Oral sensitivity" would make no sense when talking about language skills; "aural" does though.
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>>2275415
Honestly I appreciate the use of weird sound effects that you wouldn't expect stuff like a ship catching up in warp to make. It might not be accurate but it sure isn't just some average [SPACE] stock SFX usually used for these scenes.
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>>2307712
Normally this would be correct, but think about it: If you had to SPEAK a language whose phonology is totally different from your own, you'd need a great degree of ORAL sensitivity to be a able to articulate those phonemes correctly. Like, say, if you intended to learn Xhosa, you'd have a really hard time learning all those click sounds if your mouth was too damn lazy... Of course the word is still "aural" though

>>2305529
Yeah, they finally decided to make it all look just a bit more like Star Trek again, even if that actually means sacrificing a certain degree of realism.
Those might still be preliminary visual effects though!
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>>2306675
I was talking about alien crew member made speciifically for joke and share akward elevator ride with main characters
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>>2307810
That's a Saurian though. They've been introduced in TMP (even in TOS as a species name). And who says that guy can only be seen in an elevator?
A one-off joke that's slightly reminiscent of a running gag does not equal "copying" a joke.
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>>2307756
Lit like that, the Enterprise actually looks like the Enterprise. Still could do without the potato-peeler nacelle struts, but who knows. Maybe they'll get explained away (the ship DOES seem to be undergoing some sort of repair in that teaser. Maybe they're just part of a temporary warp drive modification or whatnot).
Too bad they seem to have changed the warp effect to JJverse swooshes instead of the rather cool "bubble" thing (>>2271137)
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This scene is designed to show Kirk's confidence...I see... why not sell his bike on eBay or craigslist...I know money has no value in the 23rd century
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>>2269530
hold on. What was that gas they where coming out of if the planet and rings where clearly in the background?
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>>2313114
Titan DOES have a dense atmosphere. The scientifically inaccurate part would be that the rings wouldn't actually be visible from Titan – at least not that clearly – since Titan's orbital inclination is roughly the same as the rings'. Hence they would only be visible as a thin ribbon – which of course doesn't make for such a nice special effect.
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James Doohan, son, Chris Doohan, on-screen...go figure
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>>2313437
He also played Scotty in a fan series. Don't remember which on though, since I'm not really into that kind of thing. I believe it was the same one where Larry Nemecek played Bones and Grant Imahara played Sulu.
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>>2313451
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cplb83En2Q0
Star Trek Continues
the best of the 3 major fan films IMO
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thank me later
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>>2313460
The production values are incredible, those sets are spot-on, but I honestly just have a real hard time watching fan films.
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Chekov bumps into captain Kirk aka James Cawley from Star Trek New Voyages
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>>2315942
Oh, I knew of Doohan's cameo, but I didn't know that Cawley was in it too.
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>>2317750
I enjoyed this movie
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>>2319472
It was fun – definitely better than STID – but out of the three Kelvinverse movies, "Beyond" is still the one that I enjoyed the most. To me it just really stood out as the one where they finally got the characters right: With Kirk finally acting like Kirk (instead of a hormone-driven frat boy), Spock not trying to beat anyone to death, Chekov not just being there to serve as the butt of bad jokes (like that horribly, horribly stupid instance of near-fourth wall-breaking in STID, when Kirk tells him to put on a red shirt – ugh, I hated that moment!) etc. etc.
The only two things that really bothered me about that one were Krall's hackneyed motivation for attacking the Federation (same old, same old – thankfully, for once, that movie wasn't exactly about the bad guy) and the terribly ugly design of the Enterprise-A that is glimpsed at the very end (it kinda looks like the warp nacelles were GLUED to the sides of those oversized nacelle struts).
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>>2304565
If only they didn't feel the need to bring Spock back. That's just a cheap shot.
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>>2321162
Yeah. Probably the most well-rounded and thorougly explored character in Star Trek – I don't see how they think they could ADD anything. It's like beating a dead horse by now.
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>>2322865
Leonard Nimoy was hands-down the best thing about that movie
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>>2296655
Apparently, that is actually an original quote from Discovery.
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>>2269540
I like how this effect kind of works well with the TNG episode where they find out that warp drive is destroying subspace.
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>>2277679
Honestly, what was up with that episode? Super interesting concept (original too, normally, only the heroes are stuck in the timeloop). Felt like it was completely standalone within the first Season.
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>>2326152
Yeah, it pretty much was. There's really not a whole lot more to say about it, I guess. Fun episode though!
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>>2326152
That episode marked the point when I thought the show might be getting somewhere. The following episodes actually were pretty good as well (excluding "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" – which was just an exercise in messy writing; good stuff in that episode... in theory... but all buried in bullshit pacing issues)... then came the Mirror-Lorca reveal and I just thought: OH COME ON!
Not that the reveal was all that surprising, but choosing to make him an all-out bad guy instead of an interesting shady – or rather shaded (as in: there are multiple shades to him) – character was too fucking lazy.
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>>2315942
Chris Doohan is a Transport Officer: Scotty son?
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>>2313120
I recently saw a documentary on the Cassini and Huygens probes and there were a couple of photos taken from a point right above Titan, so roughly where the Enterprise would be in that scene (albeit a few hundred-thousands of kilometres further away, but that's not a whole lot on an astronomical scale), and Saturn's rings did indeed look like an extreeeemely squashed ellipse from that angle – almost just a line bisecting Saturn.
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>>2332530
that's what they mean by "cinematic", when talking about the show's "cinematic quality".
The S2 teaser looked like they were extending the palette though. Even though there's STILL a lot of blue and orange. But if you look closely, you will see that for example those wide stripes on the bridge, which used to be lit in a faint yellow/off-white color all now fully lit and just bright white
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>>2332522
hawt!
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>>2332530
So far, pretty much every trek series has gone through a slew of DPs before settling for one who would define the look of the show. Just look how much the look of TNG evolved from season one, to season two, to season three. Same when you compare DS9's first two seasons to the third and following seasons (even though I would personally argue that in that case it was a change for the worse – compared to the soft, even lighting from S3 onwards, which just has a very very "nineties" look to it, the low-key/high-contrast shots of S1/S2 hold up a lot better). In TOS they actually switched out the DP midway though S3, which helped to make episodes that were shot on a shoestring budget still look somewhat interesting (albeit sometimes damn strange – case in point: The Tholian Web, which was probably the best-looking S3 episode, but also had those weird fisheye lens shots).
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>>2336437
What the hell were they thinking with that entire scene?

>Have a massive starship capable of orbiting planets with powerful sensors and transporter abilities
>"Let's put it under the water right next to this pre-warp civilisation!"
>Breaks the prime directive, the entire crew including Spock is cool with it
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Turntable? What century is it?
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>>2313101
>building a space ship in a fucking gravity well
FUCKING
most of the bloody problems in building things are because of gravity making life difficult
zero g removes all that and makes moving the multi ton hull plates an easy 1 man job with moderate equipment instead of a big ass vehicle
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>>2336504
they're too primitive for it to really be an issue
even if the ship inspires them to go balls to the wall with scientific development, they wont achieve spaceflight for thousands of years
odds are that all records of the event will be corrupted from age within a couple centuries, and nobody will ever remember it
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>>2326152
STD is an exercise into making a fantastic idea, and then shitting on it violently
STD could have been one of the best star treks made, but instead it is hot garbage that is unworthy of the name
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>>2336687
But the implication when they drew the ship kind of suggested otherwise, like the potential for a new religion would be born which could influence them for thousands of years, creating a buttlerfly effect that nobody can predict. That's kind of the whole point of the prime directive.

Millions of their people could die, but I guess it's okay because it might be forgotten eventually?
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>>2334372
To be fair blue/orange is just the current trend at Hollywood, I doubt they'll try to find the show's own aesthetics.
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>>2288157
Karl Urban is usually the MVP, the guy's great. I even liked him in that abortion that was the Doom movie.
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>>2336664
he must be a quick lay if he can be done before he has to turn the record over ;)
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>>2307815
Having a Saurian sneeze on someone isn't "The Orville" – naming the Saurian "Linus" is.
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>>2341434
That was some considerable quality loss. Time for a better version (even though some compression artifacts in the beginning were seemingly unavoidable)
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safety bump
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>>2269541
The Expanse railgun sound at :39, hard to miss
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>>2346783
They probably used the same stock sound databank. Can be a bit embarrassing when that happens in a too prominent fashion, but in this case the sound was just mixed into the background.
By the way, the classic photon torpedo sound, as well as the classic phaser sound are famously from War of the Worlds (which also found its way into Star Wars in many instances, sound-wise – even though the most recognizable sound effects in those movies were original creations by Ben Burtt)
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>>2347412
Here's a nice compilation of those classic WotW sound effects:
https://youtu.be/pS1QapooZrM
starting at around 0:45 you hear the "levitation" sound effect, which would become the phaser sound in Star Trek. Then, from 2:30 until the end you can hear the "pew pew" sound which was the WotW "skeleton ray" and the classic Trek photon torpedo, in conjunction with the equally famous "heat ray" effect, which however wasn't used in Trek (but in many many other productions).
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>>2332522
It's waste of character, so much make up and she does nothing in show despite being bridge regular.
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>>2269541
I actually really love Rekha Sharma's distraught "Is the containment field up?" in that scene – that's just a nice bit of acting, lending some actual emotional impact to line which would just sound goofy in any other context.
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>>2347430
They teased a bit of upcoming backstory for S2.
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>>2275415
They used the same woman's scream for two scenes
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>>2336504
>What the hell were they thinking with that entire scene?
That it would make for a nice action sequence?
Really, there was so much wrong with STID, the stupidity of the action set pieces doesn't even bother me anymore.
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Nero is a hero!
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>>2350275
He got no praise for saving Vulcan that day...
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>>2350997
>>2351770
>>2353806
>>2336664
>>2329900
>>2347991
wow, only seeing all those thumbnails I realise how friggin BLUE that film was.
No, really: I was under the impression that it was about as blue as ST09, but now, having a direct comparison, it's extremely apparent that they amped up the blues to hell and back in almost every single shot.
Only in the intro sequence it's not that conspicuous, because the sets and costumes stick to a palette of red, white and yellow, but upon closer inspection, it's clear that even that sequence was "blued-up" in post (and considerably so)
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another little safety bump...
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>>2359369
There are so many wins in this clip
"Do they still have sandwiches there?
You're from the future?
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didnt they sad they wont make any more star trek?
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>>2360232
Who said what when? Paramount is struggling regarding the movie franchise (mainly because Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth are asking for more money to reprise their roles – I sorta kinda guess Zoe Saldana might be a bit problematic in that regard as well), but CBS currently has one series going and several more in the pipeline.
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>>2360232
A lot of people said they wouldn't make any more Star Trek? Who are you actually referring to?
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You have two minutes to confirm your compliance. Refusal to do so will result in your obliteration. And If you test me, you will fail.
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>>2279810
eyes rolled into the back of my head when that came on in the theater. Crappy song pick
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>>2321162
This. They just need to leave the old stuff alone, I wouldn't trust the writers to not do something retarded with it, especially given how much we know of Spock, how do they expect to Fit burnham and this crap into the canon when its never been mentioned prior?
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>>2367507
With a bit of luck – well with a LOT of luck, actually – they just shoved the Spock-namedrop into the trailer for marketing purposes and Spock's true role in S2 will amount to little more than an extended cameo.
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>>2270173
What game is that?
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>>2281303
If these webms are anything to go by, she sure seemed to enjoy her time on set.
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>>2370991
It was her first major speaking role in a high-budget Hollywood production. I sure hope she had fun. I think it's safe to say that Jaylah was that movie's breakout-character. Basically the only 100% original character of the Kelvinverse movies that wasn't a villain (and man did the villains in those movies suck, although Cumberbatch MIGHT have been a good villain... if that villain had simply been "John Harrison" and not "KHAAAN").
Oh wait, there's also Keenser... right. But I wouldn't quite go as far as to call Keenser a charakter, but rather a walking piece of set decoration.
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I shill, therefore I am.

Nahhh – I really just wanted to bump this thread. And who knows, these might be fun, considering they've brought in writers with all sorts of backgrounds. And in case it wasn't obvious from the teaser: The first one will be about Tilly, the second one about a hitherto unknown character named Craft, the third one will be about Saru and the fourth one about Mudd.
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>>2305525
I liked Orville better than std, the plot lines were more classic star trek type plots.
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>>2373395
The Orville had a handful of absolutely Trek-worthy episodes, but the humor stinks.
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>>2373348
Why does it have to be a naked black dude? Why not a naked white girl, as any good Christian would put on their show?
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>>2367604
>>2368692
>>2374533
While I'm not a fan of this particular movie, I want to thank you for keeping this thread afloat!
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>>2317870
for what purpose?
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>>2368289
LAME
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>>2384119
One single line of dialogue in the fourth episode or so mentioned something about some trek-tech cavitation hullaballoo... it didn't make much sense.
The true reason is that someone thought it would look cool...
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>>2373348
I WANT TO FUCK TILLY
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>>2385197
Well, who doesn't?
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>>2385197
>>2385259
She even had that blemish on her forehead removed recently. Finally.
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>>2373348
I hope this means Harry Mud will be like original and not some super edgy villain this time
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Harry Mud Harry Mud was two different, characters? or three? in the Kirk Trek
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>>2385380
What? Firstly, the name is spelled "Mudd" and I guess the post above was referring to the fact that Mudd was a villainous but ultimately likeable character in TOS, whereas in Discovery he was portrayed as more of a Joker-like genius lunatic who still had a bumbly streak to him, but didn't flinch at just outright murdering people.
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>>2373348
>>2385197
>>2385259
There's a teaser out for the first one, which will air this thursday. I'm gonna call it "Tilly vs. Predator".
Sucks that Netflix apparently won't stream them.
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So if there is a new movie on its way, which you people seem to think it will be, what will they do about chekov??
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>>2386278
As it stands, that potential new movie is still in limbo, mainly due the original script requiring the return of Chris Hemsworth as George Kirk. Since Hemsworth has hit it big as Thor in the meantime, his salary would be quite a large matter of expense. Chris Pine, who has since starred in Marvel movies as well, also wanted to renegotiate his salary. I would guess that the same issue is on the horizon concerning Zoe Saldana.
Now, concerning the sad story of Anton Yelchin: I doubt they would recast Chekov. Since they introduced the character of Jaylah in "Beyond" and that character sat well with the fans, I'd guess she would probably take Chekov's place.
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>>2386160
Yeah, US-only as it seems. Bunch of bollocks! I was kinda looking forward to those.
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DISCO S2 trailer #2, pt. 1
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DISCO S2 trailer #2, pt. 2
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>>2392283
Heavy metal viking samurai Klingons are back!
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scotty, bump us up
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bump
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Il bumpo
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another content-less bump because this board is being shit up right now
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up with you, thread!
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A tiny little thing that got me slightly more excited for DISCO Season 2 than I would normally have been.
That and the Klingons finally having hair again.
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>>2385828
>Yorktown is only 65km in diameter
that's not too bad a size
it may actually be possible to build Yorktown with modern technology and materials, since artificial gravity can be created by spinning those rings and Kevlar is strong enough to make a habitat 200km in diameter
You'd be restricted to having habitable area on only one side of the ring as rotation would only create downward force on the inner side, but it would be an acceptable loss

thank you star trek for making a thing that can actually be made, now someone may have the opportunity to get investments to build this thing
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>>2396117
>>2407420
I just love those two...in a non gay way...not that there is anything wrong with that
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>>2428913
In that movie: yes, me too.
In the other two: Can't go wrong with Karl Urban, but Quinto? Hmm. Made the best of what he was given to work with, I suppose...
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>>2428686
I want Tilly's fat pink nipples in my mouth immediately
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>>2429912
You might want to take a cold shower once in a while, anon.
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>>2304563
>>2304565
I don't quite remember where, but I've read that in an interview they said that S2 will feel a different to S1, since they want to give it back that Star Trek feeling. Apparently they knew full well that S1 wouldn't feel like classic Star Trek and upset fans but went with it, because reasons. I think they hinted at Discovery not being a show about an established crew going on adventures, but acrew forming through going on adventures. Let me see if I can find the interview anywhere.
Call me optimisitc, but I'm excited for season two.
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>>2429984
The thing is: if it's execs and showrunners talking, better don't even listen. Before S1 they talked so much about how the season would be about "getting to know the 'other'" (specifically referring to the Klingons in that case) and "learning about the human condition through it" etc. etc. and of course also about Klingons having been "just the bad guys" in the past and how the serialised story format can get so much deeper and whatnot, in short: a lot of jabbering and stuff that could sound like a good premise. And what did we get? -- Klingons that were possibly more vile and less relatable than ever before, hammy Mirror Universe stuff (because "evil and over-the-top is cool rofl lmao") and extremely basic personal drama. Not saying that all of it was BAD (L'Rell was a rather good character and the extremely awkward Voq/Tyler/Burnham/L'Rell-dynamic was actually quite interesting at a second glance; also some of the action was rather nice and you could easily tell that actors like Michelle Yeoh, Shazad Latif or Doug Jones must've had a lot of fun portraying characters that were just "odd" in some fashion) but in the end, the powers that be simply didn't deliver on their promises. So I'd rather listen to people who don't make any promises and are just ready to give you an actual glimpse of what's going on (hands-on production types like makeup artists or costume designers, but also writers who usually keep very quiet about the stuff they're doing and a small selection of actors who will utter a bit more than the pre-fabricated phrases they're given at conventions and press conferences -- Mary Chieffo and Shazad Latif have been pretty cool in that regard recently while others were more obviously ordered to keep quiet, most likely due to the greater importance of their roles)
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>>2370729
Star Trek
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>>2430100
>Mary Chieffo and Shazad Latif have been pretty cool in that regard recently
Latif is a cool guy, but Mary Chieffo is really beyond awesome all around! She might not be what you'd commonly describe as a "classic beauty", but she's just fucking adorable around fans (webm is her having a little dance-off with some German fans at the "Destination Star Trek" con in Birmingham).
Now, what leads a woman who already stands 6ft tall to wear platform heels is another question...
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>>2430463
D'awww!
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>>2431964
Joke aside: that's really sweet. Also SHE embraces the fan as opposed to "getting jumped" by the fan. I would guess they're acquainted.
But is that the rest of the cast sitting at the tables and giving autographs? That hall looks almost EMPTY. I was a convention-goer, I would definitely think twice about subjecting myself to the madness that is SDCC and save up for a ticket to the UK instead.
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Another "Short Trek" I won't be able to watch – at least not yet. Thanks Netflix!
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>>2429912
what if she got tiny raisin nipples
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>>2438921
>natural orange-redhead
>chubby with big breasts
I DOUBT it, sir
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>>2440139
Well, it's quite unlikely, I'll give you that. But not impossible!
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>>2440600
would still be cute
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>>2441664
indeed! She even got rid of that thing on her forehead before S2.
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>>2441772
Wow, Avasarala looks great that far into the future
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>>2307756
don't think there are any OTHER ship exteriors in the NYCC trailer, but some shots might be slightly extended while others might be slightly shortened. Just compiled this one anyway, even though the trailer definitely rather served to showcase the "new old" Klingon look and introduce Ethan Peck as Spock (an addition I still could live without, thank you very much)
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>>2443751
Alright, since this thread needs a bump, I've decided to compile all the Klingon-related shots from the last trailer (I'm just gonna presume that Georgiou is disguised as a Klingon in that one shot) into a webm – slowed it down a bit for better visibility.
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>>2446246
Wrong thread.
>>2361086 is the thread you seek.
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bumpin
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This is a deleted scene from ST09 showing Nero's outbreak from Rura Penthe. I was surprised to find only one shitty quality YouTube upload, so I ripped it from the DVD myself.

The problem with the JJverse trek movies is that they're so full of flashing lights and shit, that hefty compression (as required to squeeze shit into a 4MB WebM) can and will result in tons of artifacts, color loss etc.
So I chopped up the scene into 3 segments, all roughly 1 minute in length, in order to make it look tolerable.

(1/3)
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>>2452011
(2/3)
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>>2452011
>>2452015
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Another deleted scene, actually preceding the one previously posted, of Nero getting captured by the Klingons. Note the preliminary/conceptual VFX in the exterior shot showing the Narada being sorrounded by Klingon ships ("warbirds", as they were called in that movie... but let's not dwell on that).
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I hate content-less bumps, but since there will probably be five new fucking til tok threads popping up within the next few hours, I'd rather be safe than sorry.
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>>2452011
The four-eyed alien doesn't exactly look "Trekky", but that makeup effect is still pretty darn cool.
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>>2455469
Thanks for the bump!

>>2452733
Continuing where I left off, here's another deleted scene from Star Trek 2009. This is the one that precedes young Jim Kirk's joyride. In this scene it's established that the slightly older boy that Kirk greets on the side of the road is actually his brother, George Samuel, and we also get to see their uncle whose voice can still be heard in the final cut when he calls Jim on the oh-so-slightly anachronistic Nokia car phone.

The final cut, however, ditches all mentions of Kirk's brother and the line of dialogue in which Jim greets him was overdubbed, so that the erstwhile George Kirk Jr. became a generic "Johnny".
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>>2455950
And another deleted scene – the last one for the time being (so there'll probably be a number of content-less bumps in the near future, I'm afraid) – depicting the birth of Spock and actually delivering a bit of background on his name.
Note that a shot from this scene (namely Amanda touching Sarek's cheek) was used in at least one of the film's trailers.
Also: Vasquez Rocks.
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>>2457289
This is the trailer in question. Almost forgot that it actually also contained a shot from this >>2452017 cut scene:
https://youtu.be/3PM1pvOzn_w

The most well-remembered trailer is probably the second one though:
https://youtu.be/pKFUZ10Wmbw
I guess it's mostly remembered for the awesome stock music by Two Steps From Hell. But it obivously came out much closer to the film's release and thus doesn't contain any cut scenes, except I believe Nero's frantic "fire everything!" was actually a different take from that used in the final film. But I'm really not sure there – might just be due to the sound mix.
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>>2457735
>I believe Nero's frantic "fire everything!" was actually a different take from that used in the final film
No, wait. It's the exact same take. My bad!

(damn, those lens flares do a number on the bitrate...)
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a bump for good measure here...
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A rather well known sequence cut from Star Trek Into Darkness.
This would have established the classic TOS-style Constitution-class ship design as (a presumably obsolete) part of the Kelvinverse design lineage!

Note that "John Harrison" was still named "John Ericssen" during that phase of the film's production – an alias that the character of Khan had adopted in an early draft version of the episode "Space Seed". But since that Space Seed script draft was already known among fans, Orci, Kurtzman and Lindelof decided against using that name, since it would've given away the characters true identity to soon (well, it's not like pretty much everyone and their dog had already figured out that Benedict Cumberbatch was going to play Khan at that point – fans had come to that conclusion as soon as there were rumours that Benicio Del Toro was considered for a role in that film)
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>>2459619
Unlike the Star Trek 2009 deleted scenes, those from STID are easily found on YouTube (in decent quality) – which is very convenient since it saves me the trouble of ripping them.

Here's the one that would've solved the mystery why the alternate Carol Marcus (Wallace) had a British accent in contrast with her "prime" counterpart.
Note that the scene cuts off very abruptly – that was neither my doing, nor was it the original uploader's, I believe. I think that's exactly how the scene was trimmed on the BD-extras.
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>>2459910
And some more. This is one is just a pretty little VFX sequence, which got cut from the final film, even though I'm not sure whether it was cut entirely or whether the last portion, the bridge zoom-in, actually survived.
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bumpin for safety... it's pity that only two people seem to post in this thread these days
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>>2460780
Another deleted scene, this time a comical bit showing how Scotty managed to sneak into the Vengeance-hangar.
Only 50% finished, but definitely 100% Simon Pegg

(or rather: 80% Pegg, 20% lens flares...)
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another visual effects sequence that didn't make it into the final film: The Vengeance diving after the Enterprise while she's falling towards Earth
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alright, time to bump
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dats el bumpo, ese
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Phew... for a minute there, it looked like this thread's sibling threads were just... gone.
Must've been a glitch though
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>>2428686
>>2446255
Now there's some talk of a new Trek show centering on Section 31 and Michelle Yeoh's character in particular. I for one love Michelle Yeoh, but I'm not a fan of the whole concept of Section 31 – not as it has been portrayed in any instance of Trek after DS9.
But in a way that'd probably be the best of both worlds: More Michelle Yeoh on the one hand, and Section 31 being separate from "regular Trek" on the other hand!
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>>2392283
>lets get trek, but PUMP IT UP WITH ACTION
>generic "intense" semi orchestral soundtrack
>every line main char gives is a meaningless platitude
yeah its just a trailer but still
why
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>>2470150
I'd guess trailers just NEED to be noisy... And all of those shots are most likely from the first two or three episodes of that season. If those eps are kinda action-heavy, that will definitely inform the overall tone of the trailer.
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Since I've been posting some of these nice Tobias Richter renders in the Berman-era thread over the last few days, I just thought I'd post one here as well. This render actually predates the release of the 2009 Star Trek film by almost half a year.
Remarkably, the CG model itself – apart from two missing windows, slightly different hull markings (no red border around the lettering), differently shaped "fins" on the nacelle and a narrower "spine" – is virtually indistinguishable from the one seen on screen, except the entire lighting scheme is VERY different.
Still not bad for a scratch-built model designed from mere observation.
If you look at some 1970s fanzine and even novel cover-art and how some artists tended to get even the Enterprise just plain wrong (sharply tapered nacelles, convex deflector dishes, lotsa googie style stuff where there was none etc.), I'd say fandom has come a long way since then.
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>>2385197
>>2429912
Well, as far as I'm concerned, I just wonder whether they intend to make Tilly "more autistic" (or rather "more clearly autistic") for the next season. A couple of people obviously got those vibes from her and Wiseman as well as the writers seem to like the idea.
Not too excited about that prospect...
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Alright, another content-less bump. I don't like it, but desperate times warrant desperate measures
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As a plot element, this was the laziest contrivance ever – easily beating every instance of TNG- or VOY-technobabble magic in terms of sheer laziness (in comparison, DS9 and ENT went easy on "magic technobabble"-solutions to the problems posed). Guess the writers thought: "Yeah, this episode is about character interaction, let's just resolve the B-plot with a bunch of special effects. No one cares about the B-plot anyway."
The funny part is: I actually kinda liked the idea – generally speaking. Had it been used in any other context and not to just brush away all kinds of problems they've been talking about over the past two episodes (they really could've gotten out of the MU or at least "jumped" anywhere in the MU as soon as Stamets snapped out of his "spore-coma"), the concept of those self-contained growth-vehicles would've been kinda cool. Just like one of so many "super-probes" seen on TNG, only in this case they would've served an actual purpose.
But as it stands, this was just an instance of really bad storytelling (or maybe just writers not communicating properly).
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>>2470387
>>2470150
Just prepare for more zoom-in/-out effect shots. They sure love those...
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>>2478267
It's a show for... the zoomer generation.
Ba-dum-tss!
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>>2474932
In default of INTERESTING bump-material, I'm just gonna post the rest of that sequence...
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Oh well, it's time for another bump. Better safe than sorry – as usual.
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alright, this thread's begging for another bump
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>>2304565
STD is not canon Star Trek, whatever you may say (neither is Star Trek Nemesis and Insurrection, and the Lens Flare movies of course for that matter).

I hope we see some new canonical Star Trek with Patrick Steward "reanimated".
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>>2486883
Thanks for the bump. Could've done without the stock comment. I mean, a posititon that basically reads "Canon is what I like" – well, that's as old as the franchise. Or at least as old as TNG, when there were loads of fanzine articles about how that was no longer Star Trek.
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The STID scene where Scotty is drinking at a club (until he gets a call from Kirk) was actually shot on the same set that served as Eli's bowling alley in "There Will Be Blood" – as demonstrated by Simon Pegg and Deep Roy here.
In STID, the set is shown from a different perspective, but if you watch the scene closely, you will notice that there are actually a lot of really old-fashioned furnishings in that "club" that were redressed with christmas lights, pearl strings and suchlike.
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>>2370729
Star Trek: Bridge Crew – essentially a multiplayer-centered VR-version of Star Trek: Bridge Commander using Kelvinverse ships.
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>>2269897
>>2269898
A new one! I sure like these. Too bad they're always so short.
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one small bump for a man, one giant leap for this thread
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such is the current state of this board, that I have nothing new to contribute, but I need to bump because otherwise, this thread would get fucked in the ass by all the tiktok shit that keeps getting uploaded.
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Apparently there are deleted scenes to be found on the DISCO S1 blu ray set. I sure hope someone will do a rip and upload that stuff somewhere.
From what I've gathered there are some rather nice bits that didn't make it into the show for no apparent reason, while in other cases it's quite apparent why the scene left out.
Well, such is the nature of cut scenes.

WebM half-related. It's just part of a special feature also found on the BD . Nothing special, but if you liked the phaser prop used on the show, here's a good look at it.
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>>2493807
and again
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I've noticed a curious thing concerning the sound design in the second part of DISCO's pilot/prologue episode (and maybe other episodes? – I don't know, to be honest): The starfleet ships' phasers emit a rather generic "pew pew" sound in most shots – quite indistinguishable from the sound the Klingon ship cannons emit. However, in that one shot that shows the Shenzhou's viewscreen while firing, the effect used sounds more or less like a short trim of the classic TOS phaser sound. The photon torpedoes emit the classic "War of the Worlds" sound in every shot and in every episode, but the instances where the classic phaser sound is heard (which actually also originates from "War of the Worlds", where it used to be the Martian war machines' floating sound) are either very few or even limited to this one shot.
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>>2428913
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Well, this thread won't be around for so much longer – only 9 webms left until the image limit – so let me just point towards the "freshest" thread >>2361086, which will then probably become the new "Star Trek General".

Three threads seemed like a good idea at first, but I'm not gonna kid myself here: This thread and the TOS thread have been moving along at such a sluggish pace that it became abundantly clear that a "general" will suffice, even if things might get a bit stupid once in a while.
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Couldn't get around to encoding new stuff today (even though there actually IS some new content available) so I'm just gonna bump for safety
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>>2508483
Okay, as for the new stuff – well, it's just that: stuff. But it's new! First, here's another extremely noisy and fast-paced S2 trailer (which originally had completely silent intertitles, but I decided to cut them out). As far as I'm concerned, I've grown pretty accustomed to those trailers being loud and hectic and I doubt they're necessarily indicative of the season's overall tone. I also feel like Ethan Peck's performance MIGHT grow on me, but that's just a hunch right now. Couldn't quite tell you why – maybe it's the voice. Dude's got a fine voice.
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>>2510166
just uploaded that one for the new snippets obviously. But here's something ENTIRELY new: The trailer for Short Treks episode 3: The Brightest Star. That one sure looks snazzy! – Albeit not necessarily "trek-like". And let's not get started about the trailer music. But still: Looks like they stuffed the entire "Short Treks" budget into this one – location shoots and all.
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>>2488182
Here's what was eventually seen in the film (this, plus a short tracking shot towards Scotty and Keenser) – you can see that they're sitting on the opposite side of the wooden counter or railing or divider or whatever you wanna call it and the bowling alley is in the background, filmed so that you can't see the actual lanes.

From what I've gathered, the location is the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills – according to imdb, that's the only shooting location that was used in both No Country for Old Men and STID.
Compare the famous There Will Be Blood scene to the gag-reel footage I posted earlier. Note the wooden counter, the placement of the windows and the ceiling lights: https://youtu.be/dRhRFOu-hRA
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>>2304563
>>2304565
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>>2269897
>>2269898
>>2489215
Quite fittingly, here are some TOSified end credits.
There's a bit of an in-joke hidden in there – "hidden" in plain sight, that is...
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family entertainment...
Well, to be honest, I kinda liked the cut to the brig with all the screaming people – it worked nicely as a "well, crap!"-moment.
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One more of those boring bumps before the last two WebMs
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>>2455950
Another deleted scene from Star Trek (2009). This time an "extension" of the scene regarding Spock's childhood. This one immediately precedes the little pep talk Spock receives from Sarek, only that it also expands on Amanda's role. It seems, the juxtaposition of Spock's and Kirk's childhoods should've taken up a bit more screentime than it eventually did.
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WebM No.150 – ending where it all began: The very first glimpse of the Kelvinverse (or JJverse, or NuTrek, whatever you may call it) in this January 2008 teaser.
I'm not gonna lie: That one really got me hyped back then.

And that's it for this thread. Image limit reached – and very close to the bump limit too! So, if you wanna post anything Kelvinverse- or DISCO-related, use the last "thriving" thread:
>>2361086
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>>2526640
Thanks
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nu-trek sucks. But it's still better than tik tok cancer
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>>2532713
It really is!



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