Happy Valentines Day! This trailer sure made mine:
It seems that on February 13, Paramount pushed back the upcoming Star Trek movie to May 8, 2009, from it’s earlier date of Christmas ’08.
“Star Trek is moving to summer because its has so much box-office potential,” Paramount spokesman Michael Vollman told the trade paper. “It does not need any script tweaks. They’re two-thirds of the way through shooting, and we would have delivered a great movie at Christmas.”
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