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As 'Iron Man 3,' 'Pacific Rim,' and 'Star Trek Into Darkness' compete for our attention in what is shaping up to be one of the most incredible summers on record, J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek' followup is stepping things up with a new motion poster. It's essentially the same poster we've been seeing, with the villainous Benedict Cumberbatch standing with his back to us as he surveys the destruction he has caused, but this poster actually pans back from the buildings in the distance, through the Starfleet-emblem-shaped hole, and over the shoulder of our antagonist. Music and soundbites from the movie provide ambiance. My only real complaint is that the poster is incredibly small and trying to increase the size makes the resolution pretty dicey. Take a look at the poster below and let us know what you think.
'Star Trek Into Darkness' hits theaters May 17th