Our first look at Star Trek Into Darkness will be arriving as a nine-minute preview ahead of IMAX showings of The Hobbit, but for now we'll have to make do with a poster which is ostensibly new, but bears a striking resemblance to a certain other blockbuster from earlier in the year. As we all know, Hollywood isn't averse to recycling successful ideas and images, but despite the big Starfleet logo, this doesn't even feel very Trek-y. Why, for one thing, is the black-clad figure in the centre (presumably villain Benedict Cumberbatch, seen wearing a similar coat in leaked set photos) looking out over a relatively unfuturistic vision of London? Couldn't he find anything worth destroying in space?
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