Have the reboot haters ever watched Star Trek?
I wonder what they think of the decon chamber scenes in Enterprise... Which heavily featured in the adverts before it aired.
Then there are the constant stream of beautiful women cast in Trek in revealing outfits since the 60s thanks mostly to Roddenberry ?
It's all been done before... Action/sex/adventure/women everything.
Well, the decon chamber bits were not particularly well-received and TOS is quite sexist in many ways in a modern context.
Things may have happened in Trek before, but that doesn't necessarily make them an example to follow.
Having said that, if I dislike this film (I very much disliked the last one - and for the record, I have seen every episode of Trek outside of a handful of TOS season 3 and the end of DS9 season 2, which I'm watching now), it won't be because of a few seconds of a woman in her underwear. I could not care less.
Perhaps Abrams and his fellow producers noted this trend toward sex & women in Star Trek and have continued it? How do you reboot TOS without including the miniskirts and beautiful women? It is so in your face in TOS and these new movies are simply a reboot of TOS not the spinoffs. We have no idea of the context of the scene in the trailer because its a trailer.