Thursday, 21 July 2016

Latest Star Trek Beyond clips, trailers, and featurettes!

Star Trek Beyond is already starting to hit screens around the world, but for those still not convinced, and indeed just to build anticipation for those with their tickets already booked, Paramount have released another wave of promotion videos. Continue below to check them out.

First up, the latest clip from the film expands upon what was surely the highlight of the first trailer, the delightful "Well that's just typical" from Doctor McCoy as Spock unexpectedly leaves his side:



Another trailer was released, it's pleasingly upbeat and exciting:



And full of new shots, like Chekov being rejected by an Orion:







Swarm ship racing an underwater (under glass bottomed body of water?) USS Franklin:


Greg Grunberg!



Cool sideways corridor shot


Creatures, attacking someone in yellow




Finally, another of the little behind the scenes featurettes, this time focused on director Justin Lin:



To keep track of all the latest information on the film, visit my Star Trek Beyond guide page, and see the relevant pages on Trek Collective Archives to find all the other trailers, clips, posters, promotional stills, and featurettes.



2 comments:

BRT said...

Do we need a pop-up asking about push notifications every time we open a page on this site? I'm not even using a cell phone or tablet to view this, so a question about push notifications on a computer is ridiculous. At least give the option to not ask again.

8of5 said...

Hi BRT, it shouldn't be doing that... It doesn't for me... Once you say no it should go away forever. Do you maybe have some kind of browser setting which limits cookies and is thus not stopping it from reappearing? Anywho, could also try find the notifications controls in your browser and making sure you're fully opted out.

Chrome instructions:
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/3220216?hl=en-GB

Firefox instructions:
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/push-notifications-firefox#w_how-do-i-revoke-web-push-permissions-from-a-specific-site

As for it's function, it is for desktop browsers, mobile devices aren't the only things that allow notifications :)