Sneak Peek deleted scenes of alien 'Klingon' warriors from director Jj Abrams' 2009 "Star Trek" movie.
The Klingons also appear in Idw Publishing's movie prequel, "Star Trek Countdown to Darkness".
And Sneak Peek the opening synopsis from the "Star Trek Into Darkness", nine-minute prologue, screened December 14, 2012 :
"...London Stardate, 2259.55.
"...a futuristic London is established with buildings stretching out towards the horizon.
Cut To :
"Together they take their hover car through the countryside to a hospital.
"While talking to a doctor, patients glide by asleep on hovering gurneys.
"The couple stand over the bed of a little girl. The sick child looks very ill. A stuffed toy is replaced with a new toy. The mother is filled with grief, but the man is fueled with rage. »
- Michael Stevens
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