First Look At Star Trek Beyond Aliens And An Invitation To Boldly Go


We got our first look at some of Star Trek Beyond’s props and aliens this week, as stars Simon Pegg and Anton Yelchin encourage fans to boldly go and donate to charity for a chance to win a walk-on role in the movie, as well as hanging out with the cast on set!

Omaze’s Star Trek: To Boldly Go project is supporting charity organisations each nominated by members of the cast, including Time is Precious – Pegg’s charity, which provides new equipment for children’s hospitals – and Camp Sunshine – Yelchin’s charity, which is a summer camp for children with life-threatening illnesses.

In the video, Yelchin is introduced as Pegg’s son, and his dog as “his previously co-joined twin” – it’s weird, it’s funny, I can’t wait for Pegg’s script input in this movie. We get a quick glimpse of an alien head, some vulcan ears, and a bunch of tech which all looks impressively futuristic. This film looks like it’s shaping up to be bigger, badder, better, and funnier than its prequels!

We also catch a peek of the cast lounging around on the bridge of the enterprise. New cast member Idris Elba looks like he’s settled in nicely with the rest of the bunch, including Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, and Zoe Saldana, who have been working together on this franchise since 2009.

These teasers are really ramping up excitement for the third (but thankfully not final!) movie in this franchise, as well as raising a ton of money for some really worthwhile causes! What a great way to get people involved! You can check out the details and enter the draw to be part of the Boldly Go Crew right here, and also take a look at the awesome rewards you can get for donating! Good luck!

Star Trek Beyond hits theatres in July 2016.

Sneh Rupra

Sneh is a 19 year old Classics student from London who loves all things Marvel! When not reading comics or crying over Cap 2, she can be found watching Hannibal from behind the sofa, forcing herself to read ASoIaF or, most likely, sleeping.
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