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Domestic:  $255,541,196    66.9%
+ Foreign:  $126,382,684    33.1%

= Worldwide:  $381,923,880  
Domestic Total as of Aug. 12, 2009: $255,541,196
Distributor: Paramount Release Date: May 8, 2009
Genre: Sci-Fi Adventure Running Time: 2 hrs. 6 min.
MPAA Rating: PG-13 Production Budget: N/A

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'Star Trek': NASA beams up movie to space station astronauts


by Alynda Wheat | May 18, 2009
... managed to get some first-run recreation: They watched the new Star Trek movie. The Associated Press reported today that American astronaut Michael ...

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'Star Trek' vs. 'Star Wars': The plot thickens...or, technically, congeals

by Adam B. Vary | May 18, 2009
... on Star Trek:'Star Trek' for beginners: What to watch if you're suddenly smitten What should be in the 'Star Trek' sequel? (And what shouldn't) 'Star ...

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'Star Trek' for beginners: What to watch if you're suddenly smitten

by Marc Bernardin | May 18, 2009
... charismatic Ricardo Montalban). 1. Star Trek II: Wrath of KhanThis is what a Star Trek movie looks like when it's firing on all cylinders. The weakest ...

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TV's Upfront Week: Let us guide you through the madness

by Tanner Stransky | May 18, 2009
... news from Fillion to come, for sure! (Step two involved seeing Star Trek again.) PopWatchers, what show's fate are you still nervous about? Which ...

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'Star Trek' proto-stud cast as the Mighty Thor: Chris Hemsworth is having a good May

by Marc Bernardin | May 18, 2009
What a difference a few minutes make. Before J.J. Abrams' Star Trek hit theaters a couple of weeks ago, few knew of Chris Hemsworth outside his native ...




EW : 'Star Trek': New...and Improved?

ZOË SALDANA AND CHRIS PINE Photographed in Los Angeles on April 22, 2009

Everyone is right where they should be. Chekov and Sulu are manning the navigation controls, Uhura's monitoring communications, and pointy-eared Mr. Spock is hovering over his science station. But standing on the set in front of the ship's blank viewscreen (planets and stars will be digitally added later) is an all-powerful being capable of destroying the U.S.S. Enterprise and the entire United Federation of Planets. Or, for that matter, saving it. No, it's not Khan. It's a guy in chunky eyewear peering into a video monitor. READ MORE (click here)

PHOTO: Tokyo Premiere of STAR TREK

By Before the Door on May 12, 2009 5:00 PM 28 Comments
The Cast, Director, and Producer standing under a giant replica of the Starship Enterprise at the STAR TREK Premiere in Tokyo, Japan. Thanks to Lucianna at for the photo.





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