A fine chunk of domestic and international press were the first group of people to feast their eyes on the first nine minutes of “Star Trek: Into Darkness.” Needless to say there were a number of people buzzing about how the intro will hold up compared to J.J. Abrams’ first “Star Trek” movie along with constant debates/arguments about whether or not Benedict Cumberbatch’s character is Khan.
First, let’s get this question out of the way. Is Benedict Cumberbatch Khan? Does the footage reveal that he is? The answer is we have no idea. Thanks to the opening fans and press folk alike will be even more confused as to who he is. Now back to our little recap.
Director J.J. Abrams stepped out, giving us a short and sweet introduction to what we’re about to see. Mind you, the nine minutes worth of footage isn »
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