Star Trek 2 Has A New Title?

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by TrekToday, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. Joker

    Joker Vice Admiral Admiral

    Dec 28, 2005
    The North

    Fan jizz.
  2. Flying Spaghetti Monster

    Flying Spaghetti Monster Vice Admiral Admiral

    Jul 18, 2006
    Flying Spaghetti Western
    I'd wager that Star Trek has already had ideas that have been darker than anything this film will show. What pops into my head are episodes like "Time to Stand," "In the Pale Moonlight," "The Mind's Eye," The Seige of AR-558" etc, as well as the ideas and stories about Section 31.

    I doubt the writers would forget that Star Trek is not dark at its core
  3. Greg Cox

    Greg Cox Admiral Premium Member

    May 12, 2004
    Lancaster, PA
    Not to mention "Charlie X," "The Mantrap," "What are Little Girls Made Of," "The Enemy Within" . . . .

    Heck, both of the original pilots end on tragic notes, with poor scarred Vina doomed to a life of eternal loneliness, and Kirk forced to kill his best friend.

    Hell, the most famous Trek of all has Kirk letting the woman he loves get run over by a truck! And McCoy strung out on drugs for most of the episode, while living in a homeless shelter during the Great Depression . . .
  4. Kegg

    Kegg Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Sep 24, 2009
    In this case the likes of the Nolan Batman films are a better example, as they've done well at the box office (and Pine IIRC has said in interviews they're not going the whole Batman darkness route). I think what they may be going for in STID is, I don't know, the way trilogies usually stuff the difficult stuff into the second movie - Empire Strikes Back, The Dark Knight, The Two Towers. Things get worse before they have any chance of getting better. Or the crew, now united and serious about the job, faces something that really tears at him. Given that they blew up Vulcan in the first movie I wouldn't be surprised if our heroes are really put through the wringer.

    So you watch Star Trek because?

    I mean sure, maybe it's because you really like space battles or you like well characterized people being in space or... I don't know, pointed sideburns.

    But Star Trek's optimism is a thing and has been a draw to the franchise for a long time. Presumably if a new Star Trek movie didn't have whatever it was exactly you considered fundamental to why you like the franchise, you wouldn't be happy.

    I think Abrams did a pretty good job here, personally, in the first film. It has an upbeat, can-do attitude about it.
  5. tomalak301

    tomalak301 Admiral Premium Member

    Mar 2, 2003
    San Francisco Bay Area, CA
    Call it what you want, but that's the way I have seen Star Trek ever since I was a fan, and anything else than that (Like going more towards the BSG attitude) will suck because it will be just like any other show.
  6. Neumann

    Neumann Captain Captain

    Dec 26, 2002
    Sol III
    It will also depend on how,they handlemthe story, thr more compelling and smart, the better it will be.
  7. SalvorHardin

    SalvorHardin Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Mar 6, 2008
    Star's End
    Several sites now report that Paramount has officially confirmed the title as Star Trek Into Darkness.
  8. Keeper

    Keeper Commodore Commodore

    Nov 16, 2007
    Land of Illusion
    Cue additional staffing at the Suicide Prevention Lifelines.

    It's grown on me. Seeing the fan made banners of it has helped solidify it as a more potentially viable title, than seeing it in simple plain print.
  9. teacake

    teacake Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Jan 20, 2007
    inside teacake
    So I'm wondering if it took a cue from McCoy's line in the first movie.

    Though I don't think we'll ever get Star Trek Into Disease.
  10. Lord Garth FOI

    Lord Garth FOI Commander Red Shirt

    Dec 18, 2010
    Yup those are the ones
  11. los2188

    los2188 Commander Red Shirt

    Jul 3, 2011
    North Carolina
    Hopefully it won't be known as STD. ;)
  12. Therin of Andor

    Therin of Andor Admiral Admiral

    Jun 30, 2004
    New Therin Park, Andor (via Australia)
    Way back when "Generations" was due for release, then-Star Trek Archivist at Paramount, Richard Arnold was telling conventions that the movie's title has no colon. Ditto all the media releases.
  13. SeamusShameless

    SeamusShameless Commander Red Shirt

    Jun 19, 2007
    Beyond The Farthest Star
    The way I see it, even sans colon "Into Darkness" is a subtitle. It'll look silly if the title card reads "Star Trek Into Darkness" all in one line of text. I would imagine it'll be more along the lines of... "Star Trek"...fade to black..."Into Darkness". That'll work just fine.
  14. ChristopherPike

    ChristopherPike Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Jan 13, 2006
    Hmmm. Hasn't it been given another new title yet? :hugegrin:
  15. Set Harth

    Set Harth Vice Admiral Admiral

    Mar 10, 2010
    I'm not seeing a colon in this image... :shrug:
  16. Therin of Andor

    Therin of Andor Admiral Admiral

    Jun 30, 2004
    New Therin Park, Andor (via Australia)
    Exactly, and when written in regular text it also has no colon.
  17. StarMan

    StarMan Vice Admiral Admiral

    Jul 5, 2005
    New Zealand
    So, does it seem silly because "Star Trek" hasn't been phrased in this manner before? I find it has a peculiar ring to it, but that's why I like it. It's different and "Star Trek" is taken in a different context to the usual overarching franchise header.
  18. Delsaber

    Delsaber Commodore Commodore

    May 13, 2001
    Parts Unknown
    Star Trek Colon Into Darkness Movie Film For Theaters

    I'm just glad no attempt is being made to number these things any more. I obsess over the organization of my shelves enough as it is.
  19. CorporalClegg

    CorporalClegg Admiral Admiral

    Aug 23, 2001
    Full of hot air.
    In the end, people will be saying, "Star Trek Into Darkness may not have a colon, but it does deliver."
  20. Crazy Eddie

    Crazy Eddie Vice Admiral Admiral

    Apr 12, 2006
    Your Mom
    ... but it does have an anus, and it's name is Benedict Cumberbatch.