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  • Star Trek (2009)
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  • Star Trek (2009) is considered by the Academy of Motion Picture Sciences to be of significant historical interest due to it's perfection of the directoral use of lens flares. The production was reportedly haunted by the ghost of Carol Burnett, despite the fact that she is not dead. See also Star Trek XI (Movie)
  • Star Trek is the eleventh entry in the Star Trek film series, the eighth to feature original series characters, and, discounting time travel, the earliest film chronologically. The film depicts the formation of the crew of the USS Enterprise in a newly established alternate timeline/reality created by the film’s villain Nero.
  • Star Trek is the eleventh Star Trek movie based on Star Trek: The Original Series, it will be a prequel movie, which will take place on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 with Captain James T. Kirk as the Commanding Officer. The plot of this movie is not known yet.
  • In the 23rd century, the Federation starship USS Kelvin is investigating a "lightning storm" in space. A Romulan ship, the Narada, emerges from the storm and attacks the Kelvin. Narada‍ '​s first officer, Ayel, demands that the Kelvin‍ '​s Captain Robau come aboard to negotiate a truce. Once aboard, Robau is questioned about the current stardate and an "Ambassador Spock", whom he professes not to know. Narada‍ '​s commander, Nero, kills him, and continues his attack on the Kelvin. George Kirk, the Kelvin‍ '​s first officer, orders the ship's personnel, including his pregnant wife Winona, to evacuate the ship while he pilots the Kelvin on a collision course with the Narada, as the auto-pilot function has been damaged. At the cost of his life, Kirk ensures Winona's survival as she gives birt
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Stardate
  • 2230.060000
comic omnibus
  • November 2010
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Written
Editor
Music By
  • Michael Giacchino
Cast
  • Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Leonard Nimoy, Anton Yelchin, Eric Bana, Winona Ryder
Date
  • 2233
  • 2255
Last
Runtime
  • 127.0
Producer
  • J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof
  • J. J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof
Narrator
Franchise
Release Date
  • 2009-05-08
Country
  • United States
Type
  • novelization
Penciller
  • David Messina, with Claudia Balboni
seriesformat
  • Star Trek movies and novelizations
  • Star Trek novelizations
  • TOS movies and novelizations
nextdate
  • Crisis on Centaurus
prevdate
  • A Private Anecdote
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comic published
  • February-August 2010
comic pages
  • 152
comic cover artist
comic publisher
MoDate
  • 2265
comic ISBN
  • ISBN 1600107656
ProdYr
  • 2009
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Language
  • English
Author
cinematographer
  • Dan Mindel
Pages
  • 274
Inker
Title
  • Star Trek
Cover Image
  • 220
Letterer
Format
Gross
  • 3.85494555E8
Before
Studio
  • Spyglass Entertainment, Bad Robot Productions
After
  • Star Trek Into Darkness
Distributor
  • Paramount Pictures
Movie
  • movie
Release
  • 2009-05-05
  • 2009-05-08
Published
  • May 2009
reprint
  • June 2009 ; September 2010
Colorist
NEXT
Rating
  • PG-13
  • NR
Publisher
Budget
  • 1.5E8
Writer
Director
ISBN
  • ISBN 143915886X ; ISBN 0743598342 ; ISBN 1439171254 ; ISBN 1439194874
Comic Cover
  • 220
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  • Star Trek is the eleventh Star Trek movie based on Star Trek: The Original Series, it will be a prequel movie, which will take place on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 with Captain James T. Kirk as the Commanding Officer. The plot of this movie is not known yet. Lost creators, J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof are the film's producers. J.J. Abrams is also the director of the film. This film was written by Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci. Studios that are going to be involved in producing this film includes Paramount Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot. This will the first Star Trek movie that to have more then one studios producing the film.
  • Star Trek is the eleventh entry in the Star Trek film series, the eighth to feature original series characters, and, discounting time travel, the earliest film chronologically. The film depicts the formation of the crew of the USS Enterprise in a newly established alternate timeline/reality created by the film’s villain Nero. The film, written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman and directed by J.J. Abrams, was released in May 2009, as was a novelization by Alan Dean Foster, and an audiobook of the novel, narrated by Zachary Quinto (released by Paramount Pictures, Pocket Books and Simon and Schuster Audioworks respectively). In 2010 IDW Publishing will be producing a six-part comic book adaptation of the film, adapted by Tim Jones and Mike Johnson, with art by David Messina.
  • In the 23rd century, the Federation starship USS Kelvin is investigating a "lightning storm" in space. A Romulan ship, the Narada, emerges from the storm and attacks the Kelvin. Narada‍ '​s first officer, Ayel, demands that the Kelvin‍ '​s Captain Robau come aboard to negotiate a truce. Once aboard, Robau is questioned about the current stardate and an "Ambassador Spock", whom he professes not to know. Narada‍ '​s commander, Nero, kills him, and continues his attack on the Kelvin. George Kirk, the Kelvin‍ '​s first officer, orders the ship's personnel, including his pregnant wife Winona, to evacuate the ship while he pilots the Kelvin on a collision course with the Narada, as the auto-pilot function has been damaged. At the cost of his life, Kirk ensures Winona's survival as she gives birth to James T. Kirk. 17 years later, on the planet Vulcan, a young Spock is accepted to join the Vulcan Science Academy. Realizing that the Academy views his human mother Amanda Grayson as a "disadvantage", he decides to join Starfleet instead. On Earth, Kirk becomes a reckless but intelligent young adult. By 2255, after a bar fight with Starfleet cadets accompanying Nyota Uhura, Kirk meets Captain Christopher Pike who encourages him to enlist in the Starfleet Academy where Kirk meets and befriends the cynical doctor Leonard McCoy. Three years later, Commander Spock accuses Kirk of cheating during his Kobayashi Maru simulation. Kirk argues that cheating was acceptable in this context because the simulation had been designed to be unbeatable. The disciplinary hearing is interrupted by a distress signal from Vulcan. With the primary fleet out of range, the cadets are mobilized. McCoy and Kirk board Pike's ship, the Enterprise. Realizing that the "lightning storm" being observed on Vulcan is similar to the one that occurred at the time of his birth, Kirk breaks protocol to convince Pike that the distress signal is a trap. Enterprise arrives at Vulcan to find the fleet destroyed and the Narada drilling into Vulcan's core. The Narada attacks the Enterprise and Pike surrenders, delegating command of the ship to Spock and promoting Kirk to first officer. Kirk, Hikaru Sulu and Chief Engineer Olson perform a space jump onto the drilling platform. Olson is killed but Kirk and Sulu disable the drill. Despite their efforts, Nero launches "red matter" into the core, forming an artificial black hole that destroys the planet. Spock rescues the Vulcan high council and his father Sarek, though his mother dies by falling when they were trying to beam them all onto the ship. As the Narada moves toward Earth, Nero tortures Pike to gain access to Earth's defense codes. Spock maroons Kirk on Delta Vega after attempting mutiny. Kirk encounters an older Spock, who explains that he and Nero are from 129 years in the future. In that future, Romulus was threatened by a supernova. Spock's attempt to use "red matter" to create an artificial black hole and consume the supernova was too late, and Nero's family perished along with the planet. Narada and Spock's vessel were caught in the black hole, sending them back in time. Nero stranded Spock on Delta Vega to watch Vulcan's destruction as revenge for failing to save Romulus. Reaching a Starfleet outpost, Kirk and the elder Spock meet Montgomery Scott "Scottie". With the elder Spock's help, Kirk and Scott beam onto the Enterprise. Following the elder Spock's advice, Kirk provokes younger Spock into attacking him, forcing Spock to recognize that he is emotionally compromised and relinquish command to Kirk. After talking with Sarek, Spock decides to help Kirk. While the Enterprise hides itself within the gas clouds of Titan, Kirk and Spock beam aboard the Narada. Kirk fights with Nero and Ayel, killing the latter and rescuing Pike while Spock uses the elder Spock's ship to destroy the drill. Spock leads the Narada away from Earth and sets his ship to collide with Nero's ship. Enterprise arrives and beams Kirk, Pike, and Spock aboard. The older Spock's ship and the Narada collide, igniting the "red matter". Kirk offers Nero help to escape, but Nero refuses, prompting Kirk to give the order to fire, dooming Nero and the Narada to be consumed in a black hole. On Earth, Kirk is promoted to the rank of Captain and given command of the Enterprise while Pike is promoted to Rear Admiral. Spock encounters his older self. Having selected a planet for the surviving Vulcans to colonize, the older Spock persuades his younger self to continue serving in Starfleet, encouraging him to do what feels right instead of what is logical. Spock remains in Starfleet and becomes first officer under Kirk's command. The Enterprise goes to warp as the elder Spock speaks the "where no one has gone before" monologue in voice-over.
  • Star Trek (2009) is considered by the Academy of Motion Picture Sciences to be of significant historical interest due to it's perfection of the directoral use of lens flares. The production was reportedly haunted by the ghost of Carol Burnett, despite the fact that she is not dead. See also Star Trek XI (Movie)
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