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Old January 25 2011, 02:20 AM   #1
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Winona Kirk in sickbay missing scene

I was watching the "A New Vision" DVD featurette, and right at the very end saw what looks like a scene being prepared featuring Winona Kirk laying on a biobed in the USS Kelvin's sickbay. The early script at IMSDB and the novelization both have scenes featuring Winona prior to the attack and evacuation, (where she's given an inhibitor to delay birth until Kelvin reaches Earth, but the stress of the attack causes complications and the doctors are forced to deliver now or lose the baby) but until now I didn't think any of those scenes were actually shot. Are Bad Robot sitting on extra deleted scenes?
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Old January 25 2011, 04:12 PM   #2
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Are Bad Robot sitting on extra deleted scenes?
Most certainly. There will surely be another home video release of Star Trek (2009) prior to the release of Star Trek (2012) and they have to have something they can claim is 'new' to get Trekkies to buy that release as well.
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Old January 29 2011, 05:39 PM   #3
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Re: Winona Kirk in sickbay missing scene

They dont always include scenes if theyre really short or been badly shot.
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Old January 30 2011, 02:12 PM   #4
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Re: Winona Kirk in sickbay missing scene

I think JJ mentions in the audio commentary that there were a number of scenes shot that didn't make it in the film or included as part of the deleted scenes on the DVD, and this was one of them. I would have liked to have seen more of Jennifer Morrison as Winona Kirk.
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Old January 30 2011, 02:39 PM   #5
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I think JJ mentions in the audio commentary that there were a number of scenes shot that didn't make it in the film or included as part of the deleted scenes on the DVD, and this was one of them. I would have liked to have seen more of Jennifer Morrison as Winona Kirk.
Having seen Cicero's pic of Mandana (Nero's pregnant wife, played by Scottie Thompson - posted in the "bald Romulans" thread) in in a grassy field in full costume, I'm starting to wonder if there was some more about her, too.

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Old January 31 2011, 03:17 AM   #6
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Re: Winona Kirk in sickbay missing scene

There are hours and hours and hours of footage that don't make it to DVDs for a lot of movies. Different takes, extended scenes, and lots of other stuff. If it was filmed, most likely they didn't add any music or special effects or whatever else to it to have it be a "finished product".
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^ Yeah raw footage. Prior to mixing.
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