Star Trek

The fate of the galaxy rests in the hands of bitter rivals. One, James Kirk, is a delinquent, thrill-seeking Iowa farm boy. The other, Spock, a Vulcan, was raised in a logic-based society that rejects all emotion. As fiery instinct clashes with calm reason, their unlikely but powerful partnership is the only thing capable of leading their crew through unimaginable danger, boldly going where no one has gone before. The human adventure has begun again.
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Film Cast:

  • James T. Kirk: Chris Pine
  • Spock: Zachary Quinto
  • Nyota Uhura: Zoe Saldana
  • Leonard ‘Bones’ McCoy: Karl Urban
  • Christopher Pike: Bruce Greenwood
  • Hikaru Sulu: John Cho
  • Montgomery Scott: Simon Pegg
  • Pavel Chekov: Anton Yelchin
  • Nero: Eric Bana
  • Mr. Spock: Leonard Nimoy
  • Amanda Grayson: Winona Ryder
  • Sarek: Ben Cross
  • George Kirk: Chris Hemsworth
  • Winona Kirk: Jennifer Morrison
  • Galia: Rachel Nichols
  • Captain Robau: Faran Tahir
  • Ayel: Clifton Collins Jr.
  • Officer Pitts: Tony Elias
  • Tactical Officer: Sean Gerace
  • Kelvin Crew Member: Randy Pausch
  • Kelvin Engineer: Tim Griffin
  • Kelvin Helmsman: Freda Foh Shen
  • Kelvin Alien: Kasia Kowalczyk
  • Romulan Helmsman: Jason Brooks
  • Kelvin Doctor: Sonita Henry
  • Medical Technician: Kelvin Yu
  • Medical Technician: Marta Martin
  • Kelvin Crew Member: Tavarus Conley
  • Kelvin Crew Member: Jeff Castle
  • Med Evac Pilot: Billy Brown
  • Young James T. Kirk: Jimmy Bennett
  • Stepdad (voice): Greg Grunberg
  • Johnny: Spencer Daniels
  • Iowa Cop: Jeremy Fitzgerald
  • Vulcan Student: Zoe Chernov
  • Vulcan Student: Max Chernov
  • Young Spock: Jacob Kogan
  • Vulcan Bully: Lorenzo James Henrie
  • Vulcan Bully: Colby Paul
  • Vulcan Bully: Cody Klop
  • Vulcan Council Member: Akiva Goldsman
  • Vulcan Council Member: Anna Katarina
  • Long Face Bar Alien: Douglas Tait
  • Lew the Bartender: Tony Guma
  • Barfly: Gerald W. Abrams
  • Barfly: James McGrath
  • Burly Cadet: Jason Matthew Smith
  • Burly Cadet: Marcus Young
  • Shipyard Worker: Bob Clendenin
  • Flight Officer: Darlena Tejeiro
  • Test Administrator: Reggie Lee
  • Test Administrator: Jeffrey Byron
  • Simulator Tactical Officer: Jonathan Dixon
  • Admiral Richard Barnett: Tyler Perry
  • Admiral James Komack: Ben Binswagner
  • College Council Stenographer: Margot Farley
  • Barracks Officer: Paul McGillion
  • Barracks Officer: Lisa Vidal
  • Shuttle Officer: Alex Nevil
  • Kimberly Arland: Kimberly Arland
  • Cadet Alien: Sufe Bradshaw
  • Cadet Alien: Jeff Chase
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Charles Haugk
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Nana Hill
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Michael Saglimbeni
  • Enterprise Crew Member: John Blackman
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Jack Millard
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Shaela Luter
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Sabrina Morris
  • Enterprise Crew Member: Michelle Parylak
  • Enterprise Communiations Officer: Oz Perkins
  • Hannity: Amanda Foreman
  • Romulan Tactical Officer: Michael Berry Jr.
  • Romulan Communications Officer: Lucia Rijker
  • Romulan Officer: Pasha D. Lychnikoff
  • Romulan Crew Member: Matthew Beisner
  • Romulan Crew Member: Neville Page
  • Romulan Crew Member: Jesper Inglis
  • Chief Engineer Olsen: Greg Ellis
  • Transport Chief: Marlene Forte
  • Vulcan Elder: Leonard O. Turner
  • Vulcan Elder: Mark Bramhall
  • Vulcan Elder: Ronald F. Hoiseck
  • Vulcan Elder: Irene Roseen
  • Vulcan Elder: Jeff O’Haco
  • Nero’s Wife: Scottie Thompson
  • Keenser: Deep Roy
  • Starfleet Computer (voice): Majel Barrett
  • Shuttle Pilot: Ronnie Steadman
  • Lt. Cmdr. Engineering: Arne Starr
  • Council Member – Captain Kelley Bogel (uncredited): Rico E. Anderson
  • Romulan Science Tech (uncredited): Richard Arnold
  • Amphibian Prisoner (uncredited): Tad Atkinson
  • Doctor (uncredited): Leslie Augustine
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Johnny Baca
  • The Wrong Orion: Diora Baird
  • Drill Tower Romulan (uncredited): Sala Baker
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Leo Baligaya
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Corey Becker
  • Transport Chief (uncredited): Larry Blackman
  • Bridgeport Cadet (uncredited): Jessica Boss
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Neil S. Bulk
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Etalvia Cashin
  • Enterprise Crewmember (uncredited): James Cawley
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Brad Champagne
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Zachary Culbertson
  • Cop (uncredited): Jeffrey De Serrano
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): T.C. De Witt
  • Security Officer Daniels (uncredited): Calvin Dean
  • Starfleet Officer (uncredited): Christopher Doohan
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Claire Doré
  • Vulcan Federation Officer (uncredited): Etienne Eckert
  • Doctor (uncredited): Ken Edling
  • Hurried Cadet with Clipboard (uncredited): Aliza Finley
  • Shipyard Worker (uncredited): Ian Fisher
  • Vulcan Cadet (uncredited): Anna Florence
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Mathew Thomas Foss
  • Missile Launcher (uncredited): Massi Furlan
  • FourSquare (uncredited): Tommy Germanovich Jr.
  • Shipyard Bar Patron (uncredited): Mary Grace
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Wyatt Gray
  • Crew Member (uncredited): Nancy Guerriero
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Jarrell Hall
  • Starfleet Security Officer (uncredited): Justin Rodgers Hall
  • Kelvin Crew Member (uncredited): Jeffery Hauser
  • Uncle Frank (uncredited) (unconfirmed): Brad William Henke
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Ryan T. Husk
  • Enterprise Nurse (uncredited): Elizabeth Ingalls
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Sierra Kane
  • Shipyard Worker (uncredited): Christopher Karl Johnson
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Jolene Kay
  • Kelvin Bridge Officer (uncredited): Lauren Mary Kim
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Sarah Klaren
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Makiko Konishi
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Tashana Landray
  • Starfleet Commander (uncredited): Daniel D. Lee
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Anne Leighton
  • Romulan (uncredited): James Lew
  • Young Vulcan Midwife (uncredited): Jill Lover
  • Lieutenant Star Fleet Command (uncredited): Steve Luna
  • Flight Operational Air Safety Conductor (uncredited): Aaron Lynch
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Justin Malachi
  • Romulan Crew Member Placing Bomb (uncredited): Nav Mann
  • Bar Patron (uncredited): Paul Marshall
  • Alien Cadet / Enterprise Crew (uncredited): Owen Martin
  • Kelvin Alien (uncredited): Taylor McCluskey
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Matthew McGregor
  • Kelvin Computer (uncredited): Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Andrew Mew
  • Councilwoman (uncredited): Patrizia Milano
  • Kelvin Crewmember (uncredited): Heidi Moneymaker
  • Enterprise Crewman (uncredited): Kevin Moser
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Jonathan Dunkerley Newkerk
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Westley Nguyen
  • Sal (uncredited): Jim Nieb
  • Romulan Crew Member (uncredited): Andres Perez-Molina
  • Romulan (uncredited): Mark Phelan
  • Drill Hanson #1 (uncredited): Damion Poitier
  • Academy Teacher (uncredited): Rahvaunia
  • Shuttle Cadet (uncredited): Bertrand Roberson Jr.
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Deborah Rombaut
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Leonard Jonathan Ruebe
  • Injured Officer in Sickbay (uncredited): Darth Schuhe
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Ramona Seymour
  • Vulcan Science Minister (uncredited): William Morgan Sheppard
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Katie Soo
  • Cadet Officer (uncredited): Joseph Stephens Jr.
  • Romulan Engineer (uncredited): Joseph Steven
  • Klingon Agitator (uncredited): T. J. Storm
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Kaitlin Sullivan
  • Starfleet Security Officer (uncredited): Paul Townsend
  • Klingon Prison Guard (uncredited): Scott Trimble
  • Federation Captain Cartwright (uncredited): Errik Tustenuggee
  • Cadet at Trial (uncredited): Ravi Valleti
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Jason Vaughn
  • Enterprise Crewman (uncredited): A.J. Verel
  • Vulcan Council Member (uncredited): Brian Waller
  • Star Fleet Cadet (uncredited): Steve Wharton
  • Romulan (voice) (uncredited): Wil Wheaton
  • Starfleet Cadet (uncredited): Brianna Womick
  • Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited): Rob Wood
  • Enterprise Computer (voice) (uncredited): Lynnanne Zager

Film Crew:

  • Costume Design: Michael Kaplan
  • Special Sound Effects: Ben Burtt
  • Stunts: Sala Baker
  • Characters: Gene Roddenberry
  • Sound Designer: Scott Martin Gershin
  • Art Direction: Beat Frutiger
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jill Brooks
  • Casting: April Webster
  • Prosthetic Designer: Barney Burman
  • Special Effects Technician: Richard Ratliff
  • Wigmaker: Erwin H. Kupitz
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Paul Flinchbaugh
  • ADR Mixer: Robert Deschaine
  • Color Timer: Jim Passon
  • Makeup Artist: Richard Alonzo
  • Art Direction: Dennis Bradford
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Mark P. Stoeckinger
  • Producer: J.J. Abrams
  • Writer: Alex Kurtzman
  • Writer: Roberto Orci
  • Original Music Composer: Michael Giacchino
  • Director of Photography: Dan Mindel
  • Editor: Maryann Brandon
  • Editor: Mary Jo Markey
  • Production Design: Scott Chambliss
  • Set Decoration: Karen Manthey
  • Supervising Art Director: Keith P. Cunningham
  • Art Direction: Gary Kosko
  • Set Designer: Scott Herbertson
  • Executive Producer: Jeffrey Chernov
  • Executive Producer: Bryan Burk
  • Special Effects Technician: Richard Kennedy
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: David Giammarco
  • Sound Recordist: Tim Gomillion
  • ADR Recordist: David Lucarelli
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Paul Massey
  • ADR Mixer: Charleen Richards
  • Animation: Chris Mitchell
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Richard Redlefsen
  • ADR Voice Casting: Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson
  • Producer: Damon Lindelof
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Burt Dalton
  • Prosthetic Supervisor: Joel Harlow
  • Casting: Gaby Kester
  • Art Direction: Luke Freeborn
  • ADR Mixer: Greg Crawford
  • Aerial Coordinator: Cliff Fleming
  • First Assistant Director: Danny Green
  • First Assistant Editor: Lucyna Wojciechowski
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Cory Mandel
  • Stunts: Damion Poitier
  • Researcher: Sean Gerace
  • Sound Effects Editor: Glenn T. Morgan
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Branden Spencer
  • Makeup Artist: Greg Funk
  • Hair Department Head: Terry Baliel
  • Casting: Alyssa Weisberg
  • First Assistant Director: Hal Olofsson
  • Art Direction: Curt Beech
  • Property Master: Russell Bobbitt
  • Sound Editor: Ben Wilkins
  • Makeup Artist: Mark Garbarino
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Nicholas Markel
  • Costumer: Bega Metzner
  • Creature Design: Neville Page
  • Pilot: Alan D. Purwin
  • Assistant Art Director: Aaron Haye
  • Boom Operator: Chris Quilty
  • Lighting Technician: Hootly Weedn
  • Makeup Artist: Mike Smithson
  • Foley Artist: Robin Harlan
  • Set Designer: Harry E. Otto
  • Foley Mixer: Randy Singer
  • Graphic Designer: Peter Sattler
  • Makeup Artist: Margaret Prentice
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: James MacKinnon
  • Makeup Department Head: Mindy Hall
  • Costume Supervisor: Linda Matthews
  • Costume Illustrator: Phillip Boutte Jr.
  • Makeup Artist: René Dashiell Kerby
  • Ager/Dyer: Melissa Montague
  • Set Designer: William O. Hunter
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Alan Rankin
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Andy Nelson
  • Set Designer: Kevin Cross
  • Set Designer: Tex Kadonaga
  • Set Designer: Anne Porter
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Roger Guyett
  • Sound Designer: Tim Walston
  • Foley Artist: Sarah Monat
  • Second Unit Cinematographer: Bruce McCleery
  • Sequence Supervisor: Richard Bluff
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Darren Poe
  • Makeup Artist: Ned Neidhardt
  • Set Designer: Joseph Hiura
  • Set Designer: Dawn Brown
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Russell Earl
  • Title Designer: Andrew Kramer
  • Electrician: Damon Liebowitz
  • First Assistant Sound Editor: Victor Ray Ennis
  • Sound Designer: Ann Scibelli
  • Dialogue Editor: Daniel S. Irwin
  • Sequence Supervisor: Conny Fauser
  • Construction Coordinator: Sebastian Milito
  • Set Designer: Andrea Dopaso
  • Dialect Coach: Michael Buster
  • Visual Effects Producer: Thomas Nittmann
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Edson Williams
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Daniel P. Rosen
  • Camera Operator: William D. Barber
  • Underwater Director of Photography: Pete Romano
  • Set Costumer: Mustapha Mimis
  • Camera Operator: Philippe Carr-Forster
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Christopher Prampin
  • Camera Operator: Andrew Rowlands
  • Still Photographer: Zade Rosenthal
  • Key Costumer: Steve Constancio
  • Steadicam Operator: Colin Anderson
  • Concept Artist: Ron Mendell
  • Sound Recordist: Matt Patterson
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Anna Behlmer
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Matt McDonald
  • CG Supervisor: Nigel Sumner
  • Dialect Coach: Kathleen S. Dunn
  • Hairstylist: Jules Holdren
  • Aerial Director of Photography: David B. Nowell
  • Script Supervisor: Dawn Gilliam
  • Art Department Coordinator: Christine Youngstrom
  • Sequence Supervisor: Grady Cofer
  • Digital Intermediate Producer: Erik Rogers
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: David Dozoretz
  • Dialogue Editor: Laura Harris Atkinson
  • ADR Supervisor: Kerry Dean Williams
  • Digital Intermediate: Nick Monton
  • Sound Effects Editor: David Barbee
  • Sound Designer: Geoffrey G. Rubay
  • Digital Intermediate: Mike Chiado
  • Set Designer: Jane Wuu
  • Makeup Artist: Jay Wejebe
  • Camera Operator: Dale Myrand
  • Hairstylist: Ginger Damon
  • Sequence Supervisor: Daniel Pearson
  • Costumer: Carrie Arakaki
  • Set Costumer: Shelli Nishino
  • Set Costumer: Lisa A. Doyle
  • Makeup Artist: Jamie Kelman
  • Makeup Artist: Jed Dornoff
  • Still Photographer: Scott Garfield
  • Dialect Coach: Jessica Drake
  • Makeup Artist: Susan Stepanian
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Joseph Bell
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jeff Olson
  • Set Costumer: Myron Baker
  • Animation: Delio Tramontozzi
  • Camera Operator: Michael P. May
  • Camera Operator: Daniel L. Turrett
  • Hairstylist: David Larson
  • Makeup Artist: Rebecca Alling
  • Hairstylist: Ketty Gonzalez
  • Hairstylist: Colleen LaBaff
  • Hairstylist: Teressa Hill
  • Electrician: Patrick Hoeschen
  • Sequence Supervisor: Gregory Salter
  • Animation: Michael Bomagat
  • Script Supervisor: Petra Jorgensen
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Kelly Port
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Stefano Trivelli
  • Animation: Rick O’Connor
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Fabian Lacey
  • Sequence Supervisor: Jeff Grebe
  • Creature Technical Director: Greg Killmaster
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Mike Marcuzzi
  • Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Chris Weigand
  • Assistant Editor: Kerry Joseph Blackman
  • Sequence Supervisor: David Weitzberg
  • Animation Supervisor: Paul Kavanagh
  • CG Supervisor: Hilmar Koch
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: John T. Connor
  • Special Effects Technician: Tony Vandenecker
  • Makeup Artist: Kimberly Felix
  • Makeup Artist: Lygia Orta
  • Visual Effects Producer: Shari Hanson
  • Makeup Artist: Bonita DeHaven
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Brian Sipe
  • Visual Effects Editor: Greg Hyman
  • Wigmaker: Bob Kretschmer
  • Makeup Artist: Ron Pipes
  • Visual Effects Producer: Eric Withee
  • Concept Artist: Ryan Church
  • Sequence Supervisor: Polly Ing
  • Visual Effects Editor: Martin Allan Kloner
  • Lighting Technician: Joey Moran
  • Sound Mixer: Peter J. Devlin
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Stacy Caballero
  • Production Sound Mixer: Phillip W. Palmer
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Brad Peterman
  • Electrician: Joel A. Ruiz
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Thomas Elder-Groebe
  • Construction Foreman: Casey Morgan
  • First Assistant Editor: Julian Smirke
  • Assistant Camera: Steve Wolfe
  • Makeup Artist: Andy Clement
  • Set Designer: Andrew Reeder
  • Sequence Supervisor: Tory Mercer
  • Sequence Supervisor: Jay Cooper
  • Assistant Property Master: Joe Bergman
  • Graphic Designer: Geoffrey Mandel
  • Makeup Artist: Cynthia Hernandez
  • Concept Artist: James Clyne
  • Hairstylist: Maynard Matthews
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Wally Sweeterman
  • CG Supervisor: Joakim Arnesson
  • Hairstylist: Jason Green
  • Key Hair Stylist: Lana Heying
  • Lighting Technician: Jimmy Harritos
  • Key Makeup Artist: Debra Coleman
  • Sequence Supervisor: Raul Essig
  • Makeup Artist: Tammy Ashmore
  • Graphic Designer: Clint Schultz
  • Assistant Camera: Bill Marti
  • Ager/Dyer: Ada Akaji
  • Conceptual Illustrator: John Eaves
  • Foley Supervisor: Thomas W. Small
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Stephen Bettles
  • Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Edward J. Cox
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Dan Ming
  • First Assistant Director: Tommy Gormley
  • Set Costumer: Sue Crosby
  • Dolly Grip: Michael Wahl
  • Lighting Technician: Jesse Mather
  • Production Supervisor: Debbie Schwab
  • Assistant Property Master: Jim Stubblefield
  • Boom Operator: Michael Piotrowski
  • Techno Crane Operator: Bryan Fletchall
  • Techno Crane Operator: Brian McPherson
  • Property Master: Stephen McCumby
  • Matte Painter: Michele Moen
  • Costumer: Amelia Buhrman
  • Costumer: Brenda M. Ware
  • Electrician: William Streit
  • Key Costumer: Hilary Niederer
  • Visual Effects Editor: Kevin LaNeave
  • Dolly Grip: Larry Sweet
  • Special Effects Technician: Michael Roundy
  • Best Boy Electric: Morten Petersen
  • Key Costumer: Leslie Sungail
  • Dolly Grip: Sean Devine
  • Creature Technical Director: Maurizio Giglioli
  • Camera Production Assistant: Simon England
  • Compositing Supervisor: Lou Pecora
  • Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Troy Webb
  • Costumer: Adrienne Greshock
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Paul Ozzimo
  • Script Supervisor: Nicole Rubio
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Nowell Valeri
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Stacy Bissell
  • 3D Artist: Paul Luna
  • Lighting Technician: Mark Carlile
  • Makeup Artist: Dave Snyder
  • Extras Casting Coordinator: Maryellen Aviano
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Clayton Lyons
  • Concept Artist: Jorge Almeida
  • Camera Loader: Craig Bauer
  • Creature Technical Director: Steve Sauers
  • Rigging Grip: Adam W. Erler
  • Ager/Dyer: Leticia Sandoval
  • Sequence Supervisor: François Lambert
  • Makeup Artist: Tina Hoffman
  • Electrician: Douglas Kieffer
  • Set Costumer: Gilbert Zamorano
  • Sound Recordist: Dennis Rogers
  • ADR Mixer: Bob Baron
  • Set Costumer: Andrew Nelson
  • Rigging Grip: Don Telles
  • Contact Lens Painter: Cristina Patterson
  • Hair Supervisor: Aida Caefer
  • Hairstylist: Rhonda O’Neal
  • Hairstylist: Nicole DeFrancesco
  • Makeup Artist: Marianna Elias
  • Makeup Artist: Earl Ellis
  • Concept Artist: Daphne Yap
  • Concept Artist: Mauricio Ruiz
  • Construction Buyer: Tony Wright
  • Construction Foreman: Tony Bridgers
  • Assistant Camera: John Rex Woodward
  • Camera Production Assistant: Anaïs Ganouna
  • Camera Production Assistant: Paul Samaniego
  • Electrician: Danny Gonzalez
  • Electrician: Dan Hawking
  • Electrician: Duane Katz
  • Electrician: Tim Speed
  • Electrician: Anthony Gudino
  • Electrician: Jose Harb Jr.
  • Electrician: Kyle Kovacs
  • Electrician: Jonathan M. Wiener
  • First Assistant Camera: Mateo Bourdieu
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Serge Nofield
  • Lighting Technician: John Savedra
  • Lighting Technician: Jerry Gregoricka
  • Rigging Grip: Albert F. Bagley III
  • Rigging Grip: James C. DeGeeter
  • Rigging Grip: Ted Eachus
  • Rigging Grip: Jason Erler
  • Rigging Grip: Jaime Heintz
  • Rigging Grip: Ricky Johnson
  • Rigging Grip: George Kallimanis
  • Rigging Grip: Gary Louzon
  • Rigging Grip: Philip Noble
  • Rigging Grip: Michael E. Pacheco
  • Rigging Grip: Nolan Pratt
  • Rigging Grip: Rick Pratt
  • Script Supervisor: Vanessa Meier
  • Set Medic: Michael Hird
  • Color Timer: Don Capoferri
  • Colorist: Greg Curry
  • Boom Operator: Patrick Martens
  • Sound Editor: Mark Ormandy
  • Animation: C. Michael Easton
  • Animation: Geoff Hemphill
  • Animation: Mike Bomgat
  • Animation: Erik Morgansen
  • Animation: Marla Newall
  • Animation: Steve Rawlins
  • Animation: Greg Towner
  • Animation: Chi Chung Tse
  • Animation: Tim Waddy
  • Animation: Andy Wong
  • Lead Animator: Erik Gamache
  • CG Supervisor: David August
  • CG Supervisor: Paul George Palop
  • CG Supervisor: Tom Fejes
  • Compositor: Steve Jaworski
  • Compositor: Barry Safley
  • Compositor: Jason Fleming
  • Concept Artist: Warren Fu
  • Concept Artist: David Yee
  • Concept Artist: Jerome Moo
  • Creature Technical Director: Brian Paik
  • Creature Technical Director: Renita Taylor
  • Layout Supervisor: Terry Chostner
  • Sequence Supervisor: Brian Connor
  • Sequence Supervisor: Gerald Gutschmidt
  • Sequence Supervisor: Jen Howard
  • Sequence Supervisor: Cyrus Jam
  • Sequence Supervisor: Katrin Klaiber
  • Sequence Supervisor: Mark Nettleton
  • Sequence Supervisor: Jason Rosson
  • Sequence Supervisor: Damian Steel
  • Sequence Supervisor: Chad Taylor
  • Sequence Supervisor: Todd Vaziri
  • Sequence Supervisor: John Walker
  • Sequence Supervisor: Leandro Estebecorena
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Bron Barry
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Ruheene Masand
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Melanie Cussac
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Rachel Galbraith
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Ale Melendez
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Joe Sambora
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Lisa Todd
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Dan Bornstein
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Vicky McCann
  • Special Effects Technician: Jay Bartus
  • Special Effects Technician: Jeremiah Cooke
  • Special Effects Technician: Curtis Decker
  • Special Effects Technician: Eric Dressor
  • Special Effects Technician: Clark James
  • Special Effects Technician: Chris Jones
  • Special Effects Technician: Joe Judd
  • Special Effects Technician: David Mesloh
  • Special Effects Technician: Jesse Orozco
  • Special Effects Technician: Jeff Pepiot
  • Special Effects Technician: Bryan Phillips
  • Special Effects Technician: Walter Polan
  • Special Effects Technician: Christopher A. Suarez
  • Special Effects Technician: Jonathan Tang
  • Special Effects Technician: Dennis Yeager II
  • Special Effects Technician: Jim Jolly
  • Casting Assistant: Simone Chavoor
  • Casting Assistant: Bonita Deneen
  • Extras Casting: Carla Lewis
  • Extras Casting: Colleen Kenneavy
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Natasha Delahunt
  • Ager/Dyer: Phyllis Thurber-Moffit
  • Costume Assistant: Paul Sinnott
  • Costume Illustrator: Brian Valenzuela
  • Costumer: Jessica Carpenter
  • Costumer: Bernadene Morgan
  • Set Costumer: David Perrone

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: **The following is a long form review that I originally wrote in 2013**

    I did like _Star Trek_. I did not, however, appear to like it as much as the rest of the whole damn planet.

    I appreciate the decent helping of Australian actors in the mix (like personal favourite Chris Hemsworth, above). I can get behind the colourful and impressive special effects spectacle. Most of all I dig the reboot angle they pulled. The whole time travel/tangent universe thing is the perfect breeding of remaining true to the original, while still not constricting themselves to the old canon. Fantastic idea.

    But I didn’t love it. I’m a big fan of origin stories, but I personally feel that _Star Trek_ never really breached past that point. The first half was brilliant, getting to know the characters, the world, the ideals, everything. But in the latter half it seems they just sort of went “Well, we spent a bunch of time doing stuff good, but now we don’t have enough time left to make an actual movie out of this… Oh well, just chuck an hour of lasers in there and we’ll worry about that next film!” which just isn’t good enough. When _Into Darkness_ comes out later this year, the format will probably pay off, but looking at the merits of Star Trek alone, I think it fell short.

    Simon Pegg (_Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead_) as the new Scotty and Zachary Quinto (_American Horror Story, Heroes_) as the new Spock were both solid choices, but other casting decisions like Winona Ryder (_Black Swan, Alien: Resurrection_) as Spock’s mother were an off-shot in the worst possible way.

    I suppose though, in science fiction, it’s often safety first and little steps. As a member of what is probably the most frowned upon of the genres, I wish this Star Trek reboot all the best in its inevitable future, and it seems it will make good use of it. But for now, the solo film itself didn’t reach as far as I felt it could have with a little harder work towards the end.

    62%

    _-Gimly_

  • John Chard: A franchise re-energised-big time!

    It’s not an understatement to say that the news of a new Star Trek movie was met in equal measure by suspicion and pretty low expectations. Step forward J.J. Abrams to direct it, and many wondered while the guy behind TV series “Lost” and “Mission Impossible III” would want to dabble on hallowed sci-fi turf?. Things were further eyebrow raising when Abrams openly admitted to not having been a fan of the original show so cherished by a legion of Trekkies. Then news came of the film being a prequel, based around the Starfleet Academy and the coming together of what we know as the U.S.S. Enterprise crew. “Ooh that will be a tough one to carry off” said many, “Kirk & Spock as young spunkers – surely not” they said. Well not only did Abrams pull it off as it were, he simultaneously appeased most Trekkies whilst garnering a whole new generation of sci-fi observers. Budgeted at $140,000,000, Abrams Star Trek went on to gross Worldwide $384,953,778. Figures that, even allowing for the huge fan-base that the franchise has, show that many first timers not only went to see it – but also that they enjoyed it so much they went back for second helpings. I know I did.

    The success of the film isn’t hard to fathom, because although Abrams upped the action quota (with a number of breath taking and eye appealing sequences) he also dispensed with much of the sci-fi psycho babble that has blighted some of the previous filmic instalments in this most up and down of franchise’s. Sure there’s stuff in there for the discerning fan, with a time travelling revenge plot at its axis, how could there not be?, But Abrams and his writers (Roberto Orci /Alex Kurtzman) keep it simple, savvy and sexy. They smartly link to Trek lore with a crucial plot and character development featuring the Kobayashi Maru, while pain, emotional conflict and personal crisis all feature heavily. This is, one can “logically” say, a spiky post 9/11 Trek movie. There’s even room for a romantic strand, a strand that is tender and fits the whole make-up of the piece perfectly. All of which only works because the cast are, in the main, producing great work.

    Getting Leonard Nimoy to appear in a small, but crucial role, is nothing short of being a master-stroke. His presence keeps the all important essence of Star Trek within what is ultimately a reboot. It’s like a father figure watching over proceedings, making not only the cast feel safe, but also us the viewers. The youngsters in the cast are impressive, Chris Pine (Kirk), Zachary Quinto (Spock) and Zoe Saldaña (Uhura) lead from the fresh faced front. While Karl Urban (Bones McCoy) and Simon Pegg (Scotty) impact with comic relief that aids instead of hinders the plot developments. Villain duties falls to Eric Bana as Romulan Captain Nero, he’s a touch miffed is Nero, and Bana brings the character’s vengeful pain vividly to life. While Bruce Greenwood as Captain Christopher Pike adds a touch of class that he almost always seems to do.

    This U.S.S. Enterprise has launched itself in another direction, and yes, it’s boldly going where no-one has boldly gone before. It is, all told, a bona fide blockbuster with brains and balls. The like of which has sadly been missing from many a modern era summer release. Yes it’s not all perfect, the odd scene could quite easily have been jettisoned, and some accents need a bit of fine tuning, but they are very minor complaints. A triumph from Abrams and his team – note the Stardate in the ships log, for this is a noteworthy moment in modern sci-fi cinema. Now comes perhaps a bigger challenge, the notoriously difficult second film… 10/10

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