It's interesting that critiques of the image (and the obvious implications of said image) were solicited in this thread, but anyone who does so risks being a target; "the movie isn't even out yet, and you're shooting it down". Meanwhile, people on TrekBBS are jumping to similar conclusions, using words to the effect of "This is exactly how it should look in a motion picture made in 2008." It seems that if the critique is flattering, it's okay to jump to a conclusion. The moment the critique is anything less than flattering, you're being outrageously judgemental and premature. Is that where we're headed?
Unfortunately, this is where society in general seems to be headed. Either you agree with someone who forces their opinion on you, at which point you're deemed a "mindless follower" not worthy of being part of the group, or you offer your own different-however-logical opinion on the matter, and are subsequently deemed a "troublemaker" not worthy of being part of the group.