Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by Maab, Nov 17, 2013.
Those would be bootlegs.
Still think that shower scene was a joke, not a real deleted scene. Cumberbatch looking all angry, taking a shower in slow motion, with exaggerated music. Surely they can't be serious.
I don't know, seems like the kind of thing that qualifies as a "dramatic moment" for these movies.
Everyone came back from Kronos grubby except Khan, and he looked worst of all on the planet. I wonder if it was originally intended for us to see him arrive in a state and then clean himself up.
There was obviously some such footage, but I figured what they showed on Conan was likely joked up with the slow motion and music.
Get 'em while they're fresh!
After viewing, I don't think any of these deleted scenes would have been missed.
Excepting maybe the Cumberbatch shower scene. Yes that's so necessary. especially in slow motion
What would have been even better would have been all
the boys from Kronos + Urban having a shower (in slow motion).
And then rubbing in some lotion re ENT
Here's Tyson's reaction to the clip "Vengeance Falling To Earth"
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And Thomas has a message to Admiral Marcus from John Ericson?
And nuKirk comes off as an even greater jerk in those deleted scenes. Blatantly lying in the Captain's Log, and totally screwing up nUhuras negotiation with the Klingons (which I actually liked, strange).
So everyone can see Khan Noonien's thing.
Glad to see those scenes, but they made the right choice in keeping them out. The Captains log thing is ridiculous especially since it removes the possibility of Spock not knowing about it since Kirk recorded it in public in front of Uhura.
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I can see why it was cut, but I really do like the "Captain's Log" scene. "Carols Accent" is a nice easter egg for WoK fans, but not really relevant to ID. And it's hard to tell without music, but the look Kirk and the little girl share in "The Harewoods" seems like it might have been a Khan-blood-has-changed-us-and-you-feel-it-too sequel hook.
I liked the shot of Enterprise hovering over the volcano from the perspective of the Niburuians, too bad they didn't still use that.
That "Upside-down Enterprise" was also cool - I had seen it before as it was used to open that History Channel "science of Trek" show. I think they should have kept that entire sequence in the movie as well, as it apperared to explain why the Klingons didn't detect the ship: it was hiding in a nebula.
That shot of the Enterprise over the Volcano was excellent. Also, "coffee cells for the food synthesizers"
I'm so glad deleted scenes from the bizzare XBox release finally surfaced. I was also happy to see someone put together [nope] with unreleased stuff, inc. deleted scenes. Can you imagine, after [nope]. The copy of this set can be found on sites like [nope]... Hopefully ST XII wont make me go through all this extras hunting nonsense.
What are the unreleased promos? Surely any bootleg knockoff consists only of what's available online?
Trekker Thomas, that's the second time in this thread you've made me edit things out of one of your posts. We do not discuss means of obtaining unlicensed (illegal) copies of copyrighted material (see FAQ) and particularly not when the copyright-holder is Paramount Pictures (as it may move their legal department to send us unfriendly letters of the "cease and desist" sort.)
Please don't do that again.
The bootlegs I've seen appear to have just been assembled from random stuff likely found online.
Oddly enough, while one did contain the Xbox deleted scenes, I'm pretty sure it didn't have the Target or Best Buy exclusives.
Thanks, for posting this thread.
They should have given the Enterprise a cloaking device.
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