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Submitted by TheCritic28 968d ago | image

The Star Trek Into Darkness Teaser Poster Is Here—Hey, That Gaping Hole Sure Looks Odd

Geek Binge: Last week, we finally got the official plot synopsis for Star Trek Into Darkness which, more than anything, revealed that Paramount was preparing to launch its advertising campaign for the film. And well I would expect to see a teaser trailer hit later this month (most likely attached to Jack Reacher) later this month, for now, they’ve finally provided us the official teaser poster for the film—and it’s a pretty striking one. (Cinema, Star Trek Into Darkness)

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movieshateyoutoo  +   968d ago
From what I've heard the trailer is going to be shown with The Hobbit.
DarkBlood  +   968d ago
that and man of steel?
Software_Lover  +   967d ago
Is this a continuation of the J.J. Abrams star trek!

I actually liked that movie and was upset when they took it off of netflix lol.

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