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New Batch of Star Trek Into Darkness Images Is Heavy on the Benedict Cumberbatch, Not That I’m Complaining

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    The caption reads "Zoe Saldana's Uhura. Her first name is Nyota. Nyota lot of people know that." Oh, Empire.

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  • Scott Cipinko

    Sorry. If you have not seen Angel, you are not the geek I thought you were. Every character and person has a flaw. I do not recall Joss every saying he was a femanist. But his female characters are strong and weak, as are we all.

  • Anonymous

    I still think he is Harry Mudd.

  • Anonymous

    My guesses:

    Horta, that flying novelty vomit what infected Spock, lava Lincoln, salt vampire, those pipe cleaner prawns, Jack Ruby’s attorney Melvin Belli, or the Gorn.

  • Anonymous

    Is the girl in #9 supposed to be Nurse Christine Chapel?

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t realize that Angel-viewing was a compulsorily geek-merit badge.

    I’m not sure if I’ve ever read Joss saying “I am a feminist” but he has said, “..I realized that the rest of the world didn’t run the way my world was run and that there was a need for feminism.” (

  • The Gaf

    I second that. “When a Federation (ship, space mine, frammistat) accidentally destroys Harry Mudd’s ship, killing his 3 wives, Harry loses his sh-t and seeks vengeance against the Federation by destroying its ultimate sex symbol: Captain James Tiberius Kirk. Their only hope? The fresh love of Carol Marcus, Uhura, and some green chick. Will this 60s style sexist sci-fi fantasy be enough restart Harry’s heart, and heal old wounds? Find out this summer in Star Trek Into Darkness, and then follow Harry 3 months later in Star Trek into Hawaii to see the wedding everyone in the 23rd century will be talking about.” I’M IN!

  • Rebecca Pahle

    Nope, Carol Marcus.