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  • Release Date: 8 May 2009 (UK)
  • Runtime: 127 min
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  • Rate: 8.0/10 total 372,298 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 8 May 2009 (UK)
  • Runtime: 127 min
  • Filming Location: Alaska, USA
  • Budget: $140,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $257,704,099 (USA) (25 September 2009)
  • Director: J.J. Star Trek 2009 Abrams
  • Stars: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Michael Giacchino   
  • Soundtrack: Future Blues
  • Sound Mix: DTS | SDDS | Dolby Digital | Sonics-DDP (IMAX version)
  • Plot Keyword: Captain | Vulcan | Starship | Alien | Planet

Star Trek (2009) Writing Credits By:

  • Roberto Orci (written by) &
  • Alex Kurtzman (written by)
  • Gene Roddenberry (television series "Star Trek")

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Star Trek (2009) Known Trivia

  • According to John Cho, after filming ended J.J. Star Trek 2009 Abrams gave the cast small boxes containing little telescopes, which allowed them to read the name of each constellation it was pointed at: “I think he just wanted each of us to look at the stars a little differently.” 6 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Randy Pausch, a Carnegie-Mellon Computer Science professor (and “Star Trek” fan) who gained widespread fame as the author of a “Last Lecture” in which he discussed living the life of his dreams in the face of terminal pancreatic cancer, appears as the Kelvin officer in the beginning. Star Trek 2009 Pausch wrote in his blog about the experience, “I got a custom-made Star Trek uniform and my own station on the bridge, where I had lots of buttons and controls. Star Trek 2009 I even got a LINE!!!!” Pausch died on July 25, 2008; his paycheck of $217.06 from working on the film was donated to charity. Star Trek 2009 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and J.J. Star Trek 2009 Abrams personally called upon Leonard Nimoy’s home to request for his role in the film. Star Trek 2009 According to Orci, the actor gave a “Who are you guys and what are you up to? manner” before being told how important he was to them. Star Trek 2009 He was silent, and Nimoy’s wife Susan Bay told the creative team that after their conversation he had remained in his chair, emotionally overwhelmed by his decision to return as Spock after turning down many opportunities to revisit the role. Star Trek 2009 He decided to act in this film as he was turned on by the script’s scope and its detailing of the characters’ histories: “We have dealt with Spock being half-human/half-Vulcan, but never with quite the overview that this script has of the character’s entire history, his character growth, his beginnings and his arrival into the Enterprise crew.” 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Winona Ryder, who plays Spock’s mother, Amanda, is only 6 years older than Zachary Quinto, who plays Spock, and is 24 years younger than Ben Cross who plays her husband. Star Trek 2009 Ryder was cast in the role (instead of an actress who was actually old enough to be Quinto’s mother) because the Film originally was to start with a scene of Amanda giving birth to Spock, but that scene was cut. Star Trek 2009 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • There is a supposed “odd-numbered Film curse” associated with the Star Trek films in which the odd-numbered films tend to be weaker and the even-numbered ones tend to be stronger. Star Trek 2009 This curse was supposedly proved false with the poor reception of film ten, Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) This new Star Trek (2009) is the eleventh film. Star Trek 2009 Years before, Simon Pegg’s character in Spaced (1999) joked that every odd-numbered Star Trek film being “shit” was a fact of life. Star Trek 2009 Pegg noted: “Fate put me in the Film to show me I was talking out of my ass.” 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Zachary Quinto was attracted to the role of Spock as he wanted to explore the character’s dual heritages and his position of being caught between both Earth and Vulcan cultures: “He is constantly exploring that notion of how to evolve in a responsible way and how to evolve in a respectful way. Star Trek 2009 I think those are all things that we as a society, and certainly the world, could implement.” 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • To perform Scotty’s accent, Simon Pegg was assisted by his wife Maureen, who is from Glasgow. Star Trek 2009 However, later Pegg said Scotty was from Linlithgow and wanted to bring a more East Coast sound to his accent, so his resulting performance is a mix of both accents that leans towards the West sound. Star Trek 2009 He was also aided by Tommy Gormley, the film’s Glaswegian first assistant director. Star Trek 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to the audio commentary, J.J. Star Trek 2009 Abrams had a meeting with George Lucas. Star Trek 2009 During the meeting, Abrams asked how can he make the film better, to which Lucas stated that he should add lightsabers. Star Trek 2009 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When Chekhov manages to transport Sulu and Kirk aboard from a fall, he shouts “Yo-moyo!” This is a Russian exclamation of surprise and excitement, roughly corresponding to English “Hot damn!” 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In a UK interview with Edith Bowman on BBC Radio 1, Matt Damon mentioned that he called J.J. Star Trek 2009 Abrams when he heard rumors that he was being considered for the role of Captain Kirk. Star Trek 2009 The response from Abrams was a very polite “no”. Star Trek 2009 He explained that Damon was “too old” for the role. Star Trek 2009 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Incorrectly regarded as goofs: The female Vulcan Minister is smiling as she stands up at Spock's entrance hearing for the Science Academy. Star Trek 2009 However, this is not necessarily an emotional response – smiling can be used to convey approval of a situation (as well as dozens of other meanings), therefore the minister may simply be smiling to signify support of Spock.

Star Trek (2009) Plot: The brash James T. Star Trek 2009 Kirk tries to live up to his father's legacy with Mr. Star Trek 2009 Spock keeping him in check as a vengeful, time-traveling Romulan creates black holes to destroy the Federation one planet at a time. Star Trek 2009 Full summary »  »

Star Trek (2009) Story: On the day of James Kirk’s birth, his father dies on his ship in a last stand against a mysterious alien time-traveling vessel looking for Ambassador Spock, who, in this time, is also a child on Vulcan disdained by his neighbors for his half-human heritage. Star Trek 2009 Twenty-five years later, Kirk has grown into a young troublemaker. Star Trek 2009 Challenged by Captain Christopher Pike to realize his potential in Starfleet, he comes to annoy instructors like young Commander Spock. Star Trek 2009 Suddenly, there is an emergency at Vulcan and the newly commissioned USS Enterprise is crewed with promising cadets like Nyota Uhura, Hikaru Sulu, Pavel Chekov and even Kirk himself, thanks to Leonard McCoy’s medical trickery. Star Trek 2009 Together, this crew will have an adventure in the final frontier where the old legend is altered forever as a new version of it begins. Star Trek 2009 Written byKenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

Synopsis

Star Trek (2009) Synopsis: In the year 2233 a Federation starship, USS Kelvin, investigates a "lightning storm" in space, which the crew soon realizes is a black hole. Star Trek 2009 A massive vessel, the Narada, emerges, creating an alternate timeline. Star Trek 2009 The Narada opens fire on the Kelvin, inflicting heavy damage. Star Trek 2009 The Narada’s Romulan first officer, Ayel (Clifton Collins Jr.), hails the outmatched Kelvin and demands that its captain, Richard Robau (Faran Tahir), come aboard the Narada via shuttlecraft. Star Trek 2009 Captain Robau agrees and hands command of the ship to his first officer, George Kirk (Chris Hemsworth). Star Trek 2009 Robau orders Kirk to wait fifteen minutes for his signal and evacuate the ship if he doesn’t make contact.

Robau is taken to the Narada while the crew of the Kelvin monitors him. Star Trek 2009 Ayel interrogates him first about a particular ship, which Robau does not recognize, and then about the whereabouts of Ambassador Spock, with whom Robau is also unfamiliar. Star Trek 2009 The Narada’s captain, Nero (Eric Bana), sits in the background, saying nothing. Star Trek 2009 Upon citing the stardate, Robau is impaled with a teral’n, a pronged blade weapon, by Nero, and the display of his vital signs on the bridge of the Kelvin instantly flatlines; Robau is dead. Star Trek 2009 Kirk orders the Kelvin to open fire. Star Trek 2009 As the situation worsens and he realizes that the damage to the Kelvin is compromising the lives and safety of everyone aboard, he orders the crew to escape pods and shuttles, including his wife Winona (Jennifer Morrison), who is about to give birth.

Kirk tries to plot a collision course with the Narada, but autopilot navigation is offline; he will need to control the Kelvin himself. Star Trek 2009 He orders his wife to leave on the shuttle without him. Star Trek 2009 She protests, but Kirk knows that he has no choice but to stay behind and continue the attack in order to protect the others who are leaving on escape pods. Star Trek 2009 On the shuttlecraft, Winona Kirk gives birth to a baby boy. Star Trek 2009 As the Kelvin destroys the missiles aimed at the shuttles, Kirk can hear his newborn’s cries but realizes that he will never meet his son. Star Trek 2009 Just before the Kelvin collides with the Romulan vessel, Kirk asks Winona what they should name their son. Star Trek 2009 She suggests naming him after George’s father, but he laughs the suggestion off and says that "Tiberius" isn’t much of a first name. Star Trek 2009 They decide to name him "Jim," after Winona’s father. Star Trek 2009 Communication is cut off as the Kelvin smashes into the Narada, crippling it briefly and giving the shuttles time to escape.

Approximately ten years later on Earth, in Iowa, a young boy (Jimmy Bennett) recklessly drives his dead father’s antique Corvette (which, from the novelization, his stepfather is selling while the boy’s mother is off planet). Star Trek 2009 The stepfather (Greg Grunberg) calls the young boy on a built-in phone to warn him against getting even one scratch on the car. Star Trek 2009 The boy ignores this warning and drives down the road blasting 20th century music, passing his older brother Johnny while honking the horn to get his attention. Star Trek 2009 A policeman (Jeremy Fitzgerald) on a flying motorcycle tells the boy to pull over, but he instead turns onto a road leading to a stone quarry. Star Trek 2009 He destroys the car in the deep pit, jumping out moments before it slides over the edge. Star Trek 2009 When the policeman asks the boy his name, the boy defiantly says "My name is James Tiberius Kirk."

Meanwhile, on Vulcan, a young Spock (Jacob Kogan) is being tormented by bullies (Lorenzo James Henrie, Colby Paul, and Cody Klop) who tease him about his mixed heritage, calling his Vulcan father a traitor for marrying his human mother. Star Trek 2009 The three have previously failed to evoke an emotional response in Spock by stirring his human side (exactly 34 times previously, according to Spock himself), but this time they take it too far, calling his mother a "human whore." Their plan backfires, and Spock knocks one of the older boys into a learning pod and beats him in an emotional rage. Star Trek 2009 He is later admonished by his father, Sarek (Ben Cross), who is disappointed at his son’s lack of emotional control and tells him that he has a path to choose and that only he can make the decision.

Several years later, Spock (Zachary Quinto) is conflicted about whether he should participate in the kolinahr, the Vulcan ritual aimed at purging all emotions. Star Trek 2009 He talks to his mother, Amanda Grayson (Winona Ryder), about it, and she says that she will always be proud of him, no matter what he decides. Star Trek 2009 Later, Spock stands before the Vulcan high council. Star Trek 2009 The chairman (Akiva Goldsman) comments on Spock’s perfect record in his attempt to gain entry to the Vulcan Science Academy, saying that his only flaw is that he also applied to Starfleet Academy. Star Trek 2009 Spock explains it was logical to explore all options, which the others agree was logical but unnecessary. Star Trek 2009 They accept him into the Vulcan Science Academy despite his "disadvantage" of being half human. Star Trek 2009 Upon hearing this, Spock declines the appointment and states that he will enter Starfleet Academy instead. Star Trek 2009 Commenting on the fact that he is the first Vulcan to reject an appointment to the Vulcan Science Academy, he sardonically tells the committee that their record is still perfect since he is, in fact, part human.

Meanwhile, in a bar in Iowa, a young Nyota Uhura (Zoe Saldana) meets up with some friends. Star Trek 2009 As they order drinks, James Kirk (Chris Pine), somewhat inebriated, introduces himself to her and offers to buy her a drink. Star Trek 2009 He unsuccessfully tries to determine her first name and flirts with her, even though she is not very interested. Star Trek 2009 Kirk reveals he is intelligent, but another Starfleet recruit (Jason Matthew Smith) has concerns for Uhura. Star Trek 2009 He and three other recruits get into a fight with Kirk and beat him up before a senior officer, Captain Christopher Pike (Bruce Greenwood), enters the bar and ends the fight. Star Trek 2009 Pike sits down with Kirk and tells him that his own dissertation was on the USS Kelvin, Kirk’s father’s ship. Star Trek 2009 Pike attempts to talk some sense into the rebellious young man and to persuade him to join Starfleet, firmly believing that he can do more with himself than be "the only genius-level repeat offender in the Midwest." Kirk does not want to hear it and laughs at the idea of joining Starfleet. Star Trek 2009 However, Pike reminds him that his father saved 800 others in just 12 minutes of command, and challenges Kirk to do better. Star Trek 2009 Pike also predicts that Kirk could attain the rank of captain and have his own ship in only four years.

Early the next day, Kirk heads to Riverside Shipyard, where the USS Enterprise is being built, and thinks about what Capt. Star Trek 2009 Pike told him. Star Trek 2009 He makes the decision to join Starfleet. Star Trek 2009 Pike is surprised to see Kirk turn up to join the new recruits. Star Trek 2009 Giving his motorbike away to the first person who compliments it, Kirk passes Pike, saying, "Four years? I’ll do it in three." He boards the recruit shuttle, surprising Uhura and the recruits whom he fought with the night before. Star Trek 2009 Another man, Leonard McCoy (Karl Urban), also boards the shuttlecraft. Star Trek 2009 Sitting next to Kirk, the somewhat nervous doctor starts ranting about what could physically happen to them should anything go wrong with the shuttle’s systems. Star Trek 2009 Kirk is amused and tries to remind him that Starfleet works in space. Star Trek 2009 McCoy explains that he has nowhere else to go; having lost everything he had in a divorce, the only things he has left are his "bones." The two become instant friends.

Three years later, the Narada is waiting in an remote part of space. Star Trek 2009 Nero, who has lost part of his right ear since his arrival in the past, is called to the bridge by Ayel. Star Trek 2009 Suddenly, a temporal disturbance (another black hole similar to the one the Narada appeared from in the past) appears and a small starship, the Jellyfish, flies out. Star Trek 2009 Nero recognizes the ship, welcomes the appearance of Ambassador Spock, and orders the ship to be captured.

Meanwhile, at Starfleet Academy, Kirk is telling McCoy that he is taking the Kobayashi Maru test again the next day, and is certain he will pass it this time. Star Trek 2009 McCoy is shocked — nobody passes it, and nobody even repeats it, much less takes it a third time, as Kirk is about to do. Star Trek 2009 Kirk then leaves to "study," which actually involves sexual foreplay with an Orion cadet named Gaila (Rachel Nichols) in her dorm room. Star Trek 2009 Suddenly, Gaila’s roommate enters, and Kirk hides under the bed. Star Trek 2009 Her roommate is Uhura, who talks about a message she decoded about a giant spaceship destroying dozens of Klingon warships in Klingon space. Star Trek 2009 Uhura then hears someone under the bed and outs him. Star Trek 2009 Angry that her roommate brought yet another guy to their room, and even angrier that it’s Kirk, she kicks him out.

The next day, Kirk, McCoy, Uhura and a few other Starfleet recruits are in the simulator room, undergoing the Kobayashi Maru test on Kirk’s third attempt. Star Trek 2009 Kirk takes a comically casual approach to the test, much to everyone’s bewilderment. Star Trek 2009 Everything goes as planned when, unexpectedly, the power systems momentarily fail, the attacking Klingon ships’ shields go down, and they are promptly destroyed. Star Trek 2009 From the viewpoint above the simulator room, a technician asks an officer how Kirk was able to beat this test. Star Trek 2009 The officer turns, revealing himself to be Spock.

During an official inquiry, the Starfleet Academy brass informs Kirk that they have received evidence that Kirk entered a subroutine into the computer making it possible for him to win in the simulation, and accuse him of cheating. Star Trek 2009 While Kirk faces his accuser, Spock, and tries to defend himself, stating that "no-win" scenarios are a ludicrous training tool. Star Trek 2009 Spock counters that it’s a test of character, not of tactical ability. Star Trek 2009 The hearing is suddenly interrupted when the committee is informed that the Federation has received a distress call from Vulcan. Star Trek 2009 With the primary fleet occupied in the Laurentian system, Starfleet is forced to commission the Academy cadets and dispatch ships immediately to begin a rescue mission.

Cadets are assigned to ships based on their aptitude, with the most capable cadets assigned to the USS Enterprise, a ship completed so recently that it hasn’t even been christened yet. Star Trek 2009 Uhura is initially assigned to the USS Farragut, but complains directly to Spock, citing her numerous commendations and recommendations (many from Spock himself) and insisting she has earned an assignment to the USS Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 Spock replies that he wanted to "avoid the appearance of favoritism," but ultimately relents and re-assigns Uhura to the Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 Kirk has been grounded pending a ruling on his inquiry, and is not allowed to board the shuttles and join the mission. Star Trek 2009 However, McCoy takes him to the medical bay and injects him with a vaccine, making him temporarily ill. Star Trek 2009 Consequently, he is allowed to take Kirk up to the Enterprise on medical grounds.

The Enterprise leaves for Vulcan, but not before helmsman Hikaru Sulu (John Cho), standing in for Ensign McKenna, who is ill, disengages the external inertial dampener, which had been preventing them from going to warp. Star Trek 2009 Pavel Chekov (Anton Yelchin) uses the comm system to inform the crew about their first mission. Star Trek 2009 There is a massive lightning storm above Vulcan’s upper atmosphere, followed by strange planet-wide seismic disturbances. Star Trek 2009 Their orders are to investigate the seismic disturbance, and aid in evacuation of the planet if necessary. Star Trek 2009 After hearing the announcement, Kirk suddenly recognizes the "lightning storm" detected near Vulcan as exactly the same occurrence the Kelvin encountered two decades earlier. Star Trek 2009 Realizing that they are running straight into a Romulan trap, Kirk rushes through the ship to Uhura, despite suffering a bad reaction to the vaccine McCoy gave him: big, swollen hands and a numb tongue. Star Trek 2009 He asks her about the Klingon distress call she deciphered earlier, and she confirms that the attackers were Romulan.

Kirk then rushes to the bridge to inform Captain Pike. Star Trek 2009 Pike is at first skeptical, but after hearing about the call Uhura picked up, Spock concludes that Kirk’s logic is correct. Star Trek 2009 Uhura is stationed at the communications console on the bridge as, unlike assigned communications officer Hawkins, she can distinguish Romulan from Vulcan. Star Trek 2009 As they disengage warp drive, the Enterprise finds itself in a debris field — it’s the remains of the seven Starfleet ships which arrived shortly before they did and were immediately destroyed by the Narada. Star Trek 2009 With Pike’s direction, Sulu is able to navigate through the debris with minimal damage. Star Trek 2009 The Narada attacks the Enterprise, which takes heavy damage on the first volley of torpedoes, destroying the sickbay and reducing shields to 32%. Star Trek 2009 Just as they are about to fire again, Nero realizes which ship he is firing at and orders a halt.

He hails the Enterprise and identifies himself. Star Trek 2009 Pike, seeing a Romulan, accuses him of an act of war, but Nero says he is a renegade from the Romulan Star Empire. Star Trek 2009 He pointedly greets a confused Spock and orders Pike to come aboard via shuttlecraft, just as he ordered Robau to do years before. Star Trek 2009 Pike asks if there are any hand-to-hand combat-trained officers on the bridge. Star Trek 2009 Sulu volunteers. Star Trek 2009 Pike gathers Sulu, Spock and Kirk and heads for the shuttle bay.

Pike promotes Spock to captain and puts him in charge of the Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 He also commissions Kirk, naming him first officer, much to Spock’s chagrin. Star Trek 2009 Pike outlines his plan to do two things at once: from the shuttle en route to the Narada he will drop Kirk, Sulu and chief engineer Olsen (Greg Ellis) into an orbital skydive. Star Trek 2009 They will land on Narada’s drill platform, which is deployed into the Vulcan atmosphere and is drilling a massive shaft to the core of Vulcan, causing the seismic disturbances that prompted the original distress signal. Star Trek 2009 The drilling beam also blocks any communication with the planet, as well as transporter beams. Star Trek 2009 They will disable the drilling beam and then contact Starfleet to inform them of the incident. Star Trek 2009 If all else fails, they are to fall back to the primary fleet at the Laurentian system. Star Trek 2009 If Pike doesn’t come back, they will also need to rescue him.

Spock returns to the bridge and checks in on sickbay. Star Trek 2009 He is surprised to hear Dr. Star Trek 2009 McCoy instead of Dr. Star Trek 2009 Puri, the chief medical officer, who was killed in the attack. Star Trek 2009 Spock formally names McCoy chief medical officer, a job McCoy had already assumed as he works in the sickbay, heavily damaged and inundated with casualties.

Pike arrives on the Narada as Sulu, Kirk, and Olsen begin their descent. Star Trek 2009 Sulu opens his parachute first, followed by Kirk. Star Trek 2009 An over-enthusiastic Olsen, wearing a red space suit, waits too long to activate his parachute, falls under the drill, and is immediately incinerated by the beam. Star Trek 2009 Kirk lands safely on the platform and proceeds to fight the first Romulan who attacks him. Star Trek 2009 He reaches for his phaser pistol, but the Romulan quickly knocks it out of his hand, forcing Kirk to use his helmet as a weapon. Star Trek 2009 As Sulu approaches the platform, a second Romulan with a disruptor rifle emerges, and Kirk grapples with him. Star Trek 2009 The resulting disruptor fire shoots holes in Sulu’s chute, and he too nearly falls victim to the drill’s beam. Star Trek 2009 He uses the parachute’s repacking mechanism to pull himself onto the platform, then uses his retractable sword to cut it off to avoid being pulled onto a flame vent and incinerated. Star Trek 2009 Sulu engages one Romulan in blade combat while the other goes hand-to-hand against Kirk, who is knocked over and left hanging on the edge of the drillhead. Star Trek 2009 Sulu knocks his adversary onto a vent, killing him. Star Trek 2009 He then stabs the other one with his sword and pulls Kirk to safety. Star Trek 2009 Olsen had the explosives they were going to use to destroy the platform, so they take the Romulans’ disruptor rifles and fire on the drill, disabling it.

Ayel reports the drill’s incapacitation, but tells Nero that the shaft had reached Vulcan’s core. Star Trek 2009 Nero orders the release of a tiny amount of "red matter" and the return of the drill. Star Trek 2009 Chekov discovers what the red matter is doing: creating a black hole in the middle of the planet. Star Trek 2009 Vulcan will be destroyed in a matter of minutes. Star Trek 2009 Just as Kirk and Sulu are to be beamed off, the drill shifts and Sulu falls. Star Trek 2009 Kirk jumps after him. Star Trek 2009 Catching up, Kirk activates his parachute but, unable to support the weight of two people, it snaps off. Star Trek 2009 The Enterprise can’t get a transporter lock on moving targets, so Chekov races to the transporter room and mathematically works out how to do it. Star Trek 2009 The two officers are rescued just before they hit solid rock and arrive on the Enterprise’s transporter pad.

Right after Kirk and Sulu are beamed aboard, Spock beams down to save the Vulcan Council, which includes his parents Sarek and Amanda. Star Trek 2009 They were taking refuge in a cave which they could not simply beam through. Star Trek 2009 Several of the elders in the Council are killed by falling rocks and statues, but Spock gets five of them to safety, including his parents. Star Trek 2009 As the transporter is about to pick them up, the rock ledge his mother is standing on collapses, causing the transporter to miss her. Star Trek 2009 Spock stands on the Enterprise transporter pad in shock, having lost his mother.

The Enterprise crew watch in horror as Vulcan implodes into oblivion. Star Trek 2009 Spock records his log entry, stating that over six billion Vulcans perished, and only around 10,000 remain. Star Trek 2009 He notes he is now "a member of an endangered species." Pike, still a prisoner of the Romulans, is officially listed as the hostage of a war criminal. Star Trek 2009 Nero asks Pike for the security codes to defense systems around Earth, but Pike refuses to give them to him, disgusted by Nero’s act of genocide on Vulcan. Star Trek 2009 Nero speaks about how the Narada, in his time, was a mining ship, and he was laboring to support his wife, who was expecting his child until she died in the destruction of Romulus. Star Trek 2009 Nero placed blame on the Federation for doing nothing to save his planet, and accused Spock of betraying them, promising himself retribution. Star Trek 2009 Pike pleads that Romulus still exists, but Nero only knows that his world, the Romulus of the future, was destroyed, and he intends to destroy every world of the Federation so that others will know his pain. Star Trek 2009 Forcing a Centaurian slug down Pike’s throat to coerce Pike to reveal the security codes, Nero orders the Narada to continue to Earth.

Spock, in command of the Enterprise, leads the bridge crew in trying to understand what happened. Star Trek 2009 They have determined that the Narada is heading for Earth. Star Trek 2009 Based on their red matter black hole technology, Spock reasons that the Narada must have traveled back in time from the future. Star Trek 2009 He asserts that the Enterprise must regroup with the fleet, but Kirk says that in order to stop Nero they must go after him first. Star Trek 2009 Kirk believes that any delayed action will result in Earth being destroyed. Star Trek 2009 An argument ensues which ends in Spock ordering Kirk’s removal from the bridge, but Kirk fights off his security escort. Star Trek 2009 Spock ends it by delivering the Vulcan nerve pinch to Kirk and ordering him placed in an escape pod. Star Trek 2009 The pod is launched and Kirk awakens to find himself on a snow-covered world known as Delta Vega, another planet in Vulcan’s system. Star Trek 2009 Picking up his gear, Kirk heads for the Starfleet station 14 kilometers away. Star Trek 2009 He is chased down by a polarilla, which in turn is attacked by an even larger insectoid animal. Star Trek 2009 It chases Kirk into a cave, and when it finally attaches a tendril to catch him, it is spooked off by an elderly man wielding a lit torch. Star Trek 2009 The man reveals himself to be Spock (Leonard Nimoy), Kirk’s old friend, but the latter is skeptical.

Spock mind-melds with Kirk to make Kirk understand why he is there. Star Trek 2009 He explains that 129 years in the future, in the year 2387, the impending supernova of the star Hobus threatened to destroy the home worlds of the Romulan Star Empire and throw off the political balance of the galaxy. Star Trek 2009 Spock developed a stockpile of red matter, a substance that can be ignited to form a singularity — a black hole capable of absorbing the matter of a supernova. Star Trek 2009 However, while he was en route, the star exploded much earlier than he’d predicted and Romulus was destroyed. Star Trek 2009 Spock launched the red matter from his ship, the Jellyfish, to prevent further destruction to the galaxy. Star Trek 2009 Immediately, Spock was confronted by a surviving Romulan mining vessel, the Narada, captained by Nero. Star Trek 2009 Spock tried to escape, but fed by the mass of the supernova, the resultant black hole captured both the Jellyfish and the Narada, creating a disturbance in the space-time continuum which sent both ships into the past. Star Trek 2009 The Narada exited over 150 years in the past, where it confronted the Kelvin. Star Trek 2009 Spock’s ship entered moments later, but what appeared moments to him was 25 years for the Narada. Star Trek 2009 Nero captured Spock’s ship when it finally appeared but kept Spock alive, marooning him on Delta Vega, so that he could witness the destruction of his own home planet, Vulcan, just as Nero had to witness the destruction of Romulus. Star Trek 2009 Kirk explains he was left on the planet by the Spock he knows, who is in command of the Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 The elder Spock is surprised, knowing that Kirk should be in command of the ship. Star Trek 2009 It is then that Spock realizes that when Nero exited the wormhole and confronted the Kelvin, he altered history and created an alternate reality.

Kirk asks Spock whether his father survived in the original timeline. Star Trek 2009 Spock confirms that George Kirk saw his son take command of the Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 Spock leads Kirk to the Starfleet base where they meet this timeline’s Montgomery Scott (Simon Pegg): an engineering genius who was also exiled to Delta Vega along with his alien assistant, Keenser (Deep Roy), after beaming Admiral Archer’s beagle to an unknown location during a transporter experiment. Star Trek 2009 Spock informs Kirk that he must relieve the Vulcan’s younger self of command by provoking him and showing everyone that Spock is too personally and emotionally compromised as a result of Vulcan’s destruction and the loss of his mother to lead the mission and command the ship. Star Trek 2009 Giving Scotty the mathematical formula for transwarp beaming, an operation originally devised by the older Scott, Spock sends Kirk and Scotty to the Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 After rescuing Scotty from the Enterprise’s coolant system, the two are spotted and almost immediately captured by security personnel, led by the guy who got into a bar fight with Kirk three years previously.

They are taken to the bridge where an astounded Spock demands to know how the two were able to transport on board the ship while it was in warp. Star Trek 2009 Kirk refuses to answer and recommends that Scotty do the same. Star Trek 2009 He asks why Spock doesn’t feel any anger or have any emotion over the destruction of his planet and the death of his mother, who was murdered. Star Trek 2009 Kirk keeps pushing and provoking Spock until he finally snaps and starts beating Kirk, strangling him to the point of nearly killing him, before he is stopped by Sarek. Star Trek 2009 Realizing how far he has gone, Spock relieves himself of duty and leaves the bridge. Star Trek 2009 Kirk assumes command.

Following his outburst, Spock returns to the transporter room, where Sarek talks to him. Star Trek 2009 Spock feels a rage he cannot control over the death of his mother. Star Trek 2009 Sarek says that his mother would have said not to bother controlling it, and admits that he married Amanda because he loved her. Star Trek 2009 Meanwhile, on the bridge, Chekov devises a plan to get the Enterprise close to the Narada without the Romulans detecting them: they can follow the Narada and stop at Saturn’s system, remaining undetected in the shelter of its magnetic field. Star Trek 2009 Spock returns and endorses the logic of Chekov’s plan. Star Trek 2009 He offers to beam over to the Narada to get the black hole device and save Earth, the only home he has left. Star Trek 2009 Kirk says he will go as well, to rescue Pike.

The Romulan ship deploys its drilling rig directly over San Francisco and begins to drill its hole near the Golden Gate Bridge. Star Trek 2009 Warping into Titan’s atmosphere, the Enterprise indeed remains undetected, and Kirk and Spock beam over to the Romulan ship — Scotty thought he would be beaming them to a remote and empty part of the ship, but it turns out to be an occupied portion. Star Trek 2009 After a brief firefight, Spock uncovers the location of the black hole device and Captain Pike by melding with an unconscious Romulan. Star Trek 2009 When they board the Jellyfish, it recognizes Spock as its captain. Star Trek 2009 The Vulcan finally figures out what’s going on when the ship’s computer confirms its stardate origin as 2387. Star Trek 2009 As Spock aboard the Jellyfish blasts his way out of the Narada, Kirk runs into more trouble when he finds the Romulans’ bridge, where Nero and Ayel are waiting. Star Trek 2009 Spock destroys the drilling rig before it can reach Earth’s core, then goes to warp, and Nero orders pursuit. Star Trek 2009 Kirk manages to gain control of Ayel’s disruptor during a brief fight and kills him. Star Trek 2009 He heads off to rescue Pike.

The ships drop out of warp and the Jellyfish turns to intercept and collide with the Narada. Star Trek 2009 Nero orders all weapons to be fired, even though the ship still has red matter aboard; with his plan for revenge ruined, now he only wants to kill Spock. Star Trek 2009 The Enterprise arrives on the scene and destroys the missiles, allowing Spock to carry through with his plan to collide with the Narada. Star Trek 2009 Inside the Narada, Kirk finds Pike, alive but injured due to his earlier torture. Star Trek 2009 Scotty beams Kirk, Pike and Spock from their different locations right before the Jellyfish collides with the interior hull of the Narada and explodes.

The explosion of the Jellyfish ignites the entire stockpile of red matter on board, creating another black hole. Star Trek 2009 Kirk offers to rescue the Narada but Nero refuses, saying he’d rather watch Romulus die a thousand times than accept his help. Star Trek 2009 Kirk orders the Enterprise to open fire, blowing the ship apart with phasers and photon torpedoes. Star Trek 2009 The Narada is finally destroyed, but the gravitational pull of the black hole begins tugging on the Enterprise, keeping it from escaping, even with its engines running at warp speed. Star Trek 2009 In a last-ditch effort, Scotty ejects the warp core and detonates it near the black hole. Star Trek 2009 The resulting explosion pushes the Enterprise to safety, and the black hole implodes.

On Earth, Kirk is commended and given command of the Enterprise. Star Trek 2009 He relieves Pike, who has been promoted to Admiral and is now in a wheelchair. Star Trek 2009 The elder Spock meets with his younger self and tells him that he helped Kirk directly so the two would form a friendship. Star Trek 2009 The older Spock raises his hand in the familiar live-long-and-prosper gesture, but notes that the unusual circumstances do not lend themselves to the famous greeting of the original series, so he simply wishes his younger self "Good luck." As the elder Spock leaves to help the remaining Vulcans establish a colony, the younger Spock returns to the Enterprise and asks Kirk if he can serve as his first officer, to which Captain Kirk agrees and the Enterprise warps away.

 

FullCast & Crew


Produced By: Star Trek (2009) Free Full Film Online HD

  • J.J. Star Trek 2009 Abrams known as producer
  • David Baronoff known as associate producer
  • Bryan Burk known as executive producer
  • Jeffrey Chernov known as executive producer
  • Alex Kurtzman known as executive producer
  • Damon Lindelof known as producer
  • Roberto Orci known as executive producer
  • David Witz known as co-producer

Star Trek (2009) Free Film Watch Online FullCast & Crew:

  • Chris Pine known as Kirk
  • Zachary Quinto known as Spock
  • Leonard Nimoy known as Spock Prime
  • Eric Bana known as Nero
  • Bruce Greenwood known as Pike
  • Karl Urban known as Bones
  • Zoe Saldana known as Uhura (as Zoë Saldana)
  • Simon Pegg known as Scotty
  • John Cho known as Sulu
  • Anton Yelchin known as Chekov
  • Ben Cross known as Sarek
  • Winona Ryder known as Amanda Grayson
  • Chris Hemsworth known as George Kirk
  • Jennifer Morrison known as Winona Kirk
  • Rachel Nichols known as Gaila
  • Faran Tahir known as Captain Robau
  • Clifton Collins Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as Ayel
  • Tony Elias known as Officer Pitts (as Antonio Elias)
  • Sean Gerace known as Tactical Officer
  • Randy Pausch known as Kelvin Crew Member
  • Tim Griffin known as Kelvin Engineer
  • Freda Foh Shen known as Kelvin Helmsman
  • Kasia Kowalczyk known as Kelvin Alien (as Katarzyna Kowalczyk)
  • Jason Brooks known as Romulan Helmsman
  • Sonita Henry known as Kelvin Doctor
  • Kelvin Yu known as Medical Technician
  • Marta Martin known as Medical Technician
  • Tavarus Conley known as Kelvin Crew Member
  • Jeff Castle known as Kelvin Crew Member
  • Billy Brown known as Med Evac Pilot
  • Jimmy Bennett known as Young James T. Star Trek 2009 Kirk
  • Greg Grunberg known as Stepdad (voice)
  • Spencer Daniels known as Johnny
  • Jeremy Fitzgerald known as Iowa Cop
  • Zoe Chernov known as Vulcan Student
  • Max Chernov known as Vulcan Student
  • Jacob Kogan known as Young Spock
  • Lorenzo James Henrie known as Vulcan Bully (as James Henrie)
  • Colby Paul known as Vulcan Bully
  • Cody Klop known as Vulcan Bully
  • Akiva Goldsman known as Vulcan Council Member
  • Anna Katarina known as Vulcan Council Member
  • Douglas Tait known as Long Face Bar Alien
  • Tony Guma known as Lew the Bartender
  • Gerald W. Star Trek 2009 Abrams known as Barfly
  • James McGrath known as Barfly (as James McGrath Jr.)
  • Jason Matthew Smith known as Burly Cadet
  • Marcus Young known as Burly Cadet
  • Bob Clendenin known as Shipyard Worker (as Robert Clendenin)
  • Darlene Tejeiro known as Flight Officer (as Darlena Tejeiro)
  • Reggie Lee known as Test Administrator
  • Jeffrey Byron known as Test Administrator
  • Jonathan Dixon known as Simulator Tactical Officer
  • Tyler Perry known as Admiral Richard Barnett
  • Ben Binswagner known as Admiral James Komack
  • Margot Farley known as College Council Stenographer
  • Paul McGillion known as Barracks Leader
  • Lisa Vidal known as Barracks Officer
  • Alex Nevil known as Shuttle Officer
  • Kimberly Arland known as Cadet Alien
  • Sufe Bradshaw known as Cadet Alien (as Sufe M. Star Trek 2009 Bradshaw)
  • Jeff Chase known as Cadet Alien
  • Charles Haugk known as Enterprise Crew Member (as Charlie Haugk)
  • Nana Hill known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • Michael Saglimbeni known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • John Blackman known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • Jack Millard known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • Shaela Luter known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • Sabrina Morris known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • Michelle Parylak known as Enterprise Crew Member
  • Oz Perkins known as Enterprise Communiations Officer
  • Amanda Foreman known as Hannity
  • Michael Berry Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as Romulan Tactical Officer
  • Lucia Rijker known as Romulan Communications Officer
  • Pasha D. Star Trek 2009 Lychnikoff known as Romulan Commander (as Pasha Lychnikoff)
  • Matthew Beisner known as Romulan Crew Member
  • Neville Page known as Romulan Crew Member
  • Jesper Inglis known as Romulan Crew Member
  • Greg Ellis known as Chief Engineer Olson
  • Marlene Forte known as Transport Chief
  • Leonard O. Star Trek 2009 Turner known as Vulcan Elder
  • Mark Bramhall known as Vulcan Elder
  • Ronald F. Star Trek 2009 Hoiseck known as Vulcan Elder
  • Irene Roseen known as Vulcan Elder
  • Jeff O'Haco known as Vulcan Elder
  • Scottie Thompson known as Nero's Wife
  • Deep Roy known as Keenser
  • Majel Barrett known as Starfleet Computer (voice) (as Majel Barrett Roddenberry)
  • Rico E. Star Trek 2009 Anderson known as Council Member – Captain Kelley Bogel (uncredited)
  • Richard Arnold known as Romulan Science Tech (uncredited)
  • Tad Atkinson known as Amphibian Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Leslie Augustine known as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Johnny Baca known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Diora Baird known as The Wrong Orion (uncredited)
  • Sala Baker known as Drill Tower Romulan (uncredited)
  • Leo Baligaya known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Corey Becker known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Jessica Boss known as Bridgeport Cadet (uncredited)
  • Neil S. Star Trek 2009 Bulk known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • James Cawley known as Enterprise Crewmember (uncredited)
  • Brad Champagne known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Zachary Culbertson known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Calvin Dean known as Security Officer Daniels (uncredited)
  • Christopher Doohan known as Starfleet Officer (uncredited)
  • Claire Doré known as Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Mark Casimir Dyniewicz known as Klingon Prisoner – Nero's Flashback (uncredited)
  • Etienne Eckert known as Vulcan Federation Officer (uncredited)
  • Ken Edling known as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Aliza Finley known as Hurried Cadet with Clipboard (uncredited)
  • Ian Fisher known as Shipyard Worker (uncredited)
  • Mathew Thomas Foss known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Massi Furlan known as Missile Launcher (uncredited)
  • Victor Garber known as Klingon Interrogator (scenes deleted) (uncredited)
  • Tommy Germanovich Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as FourSquare (uncredited)
  • Mary Grace known as Shipyard Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Wyatt Gray known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Joshua Greene known as Child Running in Snow (uncredited)
  • Nancy Guerriero known as Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Justin Rodgers Hall known as Starfleet Security Officer (uncredited)
  • Jeffery Hauser known as Kelvin Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Brad William Henke known as Uncle Frank (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
  • Elizabeth Ingalls known as Enterprise Nurse (uncredited)
  • Christopher Karl Johnson known as Shipyard Worker (uncredited)
  • Jolene Kay known as Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Sarah Klaren known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Makiko Konishi known as Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Bryan Lee known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Daniel D. Star Trek 2009 Lee known as Starfleet Commander (uncredited)
  • Anne Leighton known as Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Steve Luna known as Lieutenant Star Fleet Command (uncredited)
  • Aaron Lynch known as Flight Operational Air Safety Conductor (uncredited)
  • Justin Malachi known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Nav Mann known as Romulan Crew Member Placing Bomb (uncredited)
  • Paul Marshall known as Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • Owen Martin known as Alien Cadet / Enterprise Crew (uncredited)
  • Taylor McCluskey known as Kelvin Alien (uncredited)
  • Matthew McGregor known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson known as Kelvin Computer (uncredited)
  • Patrizia Milano known as Councilwoman (uncredited)
  • Kevin Moser known as Enterprise Crewman (uncredited)
  • Jonathan W.D. Star Trek 2009 Newkerk known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Westley Nguyen known as Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Jim Nieb known as Sal (uncredited)
  • Andres Perez-Molina known as Romulan Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Mark Phelan known as Romulan (uncredited)
  • Damion Poitier known as Drill Hanson #1 (uncredited)
  • Rahvaunia known as Academy Teacher (uncredited)
  • Bertrand Roberson Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as Shuttle Cadet (uncredited)
  • Deborah Rombaut known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Leonard Jonathan Ruebe known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Ramona Seymour known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • William Morgan Sheppard known as Vulcan Science Minister (uncredited)
  • Katie Soo known as Enterprise Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Arne Starr known as Lt. Star Trek 2009 Cmdr. Star Trek 2009 Engineeriring (uncredited)
  • Ronnie Steadman known as Shuttle Pilot (uncredited)
  • Joseph Stephens Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as Cadet Officer (uncredited)
  • Joseph Steven known as Romulan Engineer (uncredited)
  • T.J. Star Trek 2009 Storm known as Klingon Agitator (uncredited)
  • Paul Townsend known as Starfleet Security Officer (uncredited)
  • Scott Trimble known as Klingon Prison Guard (uncredited)
  • Errik Tustenuggee known as Federation Captain Cartwright (uncredited)
  • Ravi Valleti known as Cadet at Trial (uncredited)
  • Jason Vaughn known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • A.J. Star Trek 2009 Verel known as Enterprise Crewman (uncredited)
  • Brian Waller known as Vulcan Council Member (uncredited)
  • Steve Wharton known as Star Fleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Wil Wheaton known as Romulan (voice) (uncredited)
  • Brianna Womick known as Starfleet Cadet (uncredited)
  • Lynnanne Zager known as Enterprise Computer (voice) (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Star Trek (2009)
  • Rebecca Alling known as makeup artist
  • Richard Alonzo known as makeup artist
  • Tammy Ashmore known as makeup artist
  • Terry Baliel known as hair department head (as Terrell Baliel)
  • Crist Ballas known as special makeup effects artist: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Stephen Bettles known as prosthetic makeup artist
  • Ryan Bruce known as makeup lab technician
  • Belinda Bryant known as special makeup effects artist
  • Barney Burman known as prosthetic makeup designer
  • Rob Burman known as moldshop supervisor: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Steve Buscaino known as makeup effects technician
  • Aida Caefer known as hair stylist supervisor: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Andy Clement known as makeup artist
  • Debra Coleman known as key makeup artist (as Debra S. Star Trek 2009 Coleman)
  • Ginger Damon known as hair stylist
  • René Dashiell Kerby known as makeup artist
  • Nicole DeFrancesco known as hair stylist (as Nicole Frank)
  • Bonita DeHaven known as makeup artist
  • Jed Dornoff known as makeup artist
  • David Dupuis known as special makeup effects artist
  • Marianna Elias known as makeup artist
  • Earl Ellis known as makeup artist
  • Kimberly Felix known as makeup artist (as Kimberly Felix-Burke)
  • Brie Ford known as fabricator: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Robert Freitas known as makeup effects technician
  • Greg Funk known as makeup artist
  • Scott Gamble known as makeup effects technician
  • Mark Garbarino known as makeup artist
  • Kelly Golden known as fabricator
  • Jason Green known as hair stylist (as Jason 'Orion' Green)
  • Jamie Grove known as prosthetic painter: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Mindy Hall known as makeup department head
  • Joel Harlow known as prosthetic makeup supervisor
  • Rufus Hearn known as hair technician: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Cynthia Hernandez known as makeup artist
  • Russ Herpich known as makeup lab foreman: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Lana Heying known as key hair stylist
  • Teressa Hill known as hair stylist
  • Tina Hoffman known as makeup artist
  • Jules Holdren known as hair stylist
  • Jennifer Jackson known as makeup lab assistant: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Jamie Kelman known as makeup artist
  • Bob Kretschmer known as wig maker
  • Erwin H. Star Trek 2009 Kupitz known as wig maker
  • Colleen LaBaff known as hair stylist
  • Toby Lamm known as special makeup effects artist
  • Don Lanning known as key sculptor: Proteus Make-up FX Team
  • David Larson known as hair stylist
  • James MacKinnon known as prosthetic makeup artist
  • Maynard Matthews known as hair stylist
  • Bart Mixon known as special makeup effects artist
  • Ned Neidhardt known as makeup artist
  • Christopher Allen Nelson known as special makeup effects artist
  • Jessica Nelson known as makeup effects lab technician: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Ken Niederbaumer known as additional makeup artist
  • Ken Niederbaumer known as special makeup effects artist
  • Rhonda O'Neal known as hair stylist
  • Lygia Orta known as makeup artist
  • Cristina Patterson Ceret known as contact lens coordinator/painter
  • Christopher Payne known as makeup effects lab technician: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Ron Pipes known as makeup artist
  • Margaret Prentice known as makeup artist
  • Richard Redlefsen known as makeup artist
  • Richard Redlefsen known as prosthetic makeup artist
  • Jill Rockow known as special makeup effects artist
  • Jenn Rose known as key mask fabricator: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Mara Rouse known as makeup lab assistant: Proteus makeup FX
  • Thomas Sanders known as makeup lab assistant: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Ray Shaffer known as makeup effects lab technician: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Brian Sipe known as prosthetic makeup artist
  • Matthew Allen Smith known as special makeup effects artist
  • Mike Smithson known as makeup artist
  • Dave Snyder known as makeup artist
  • Justin Stafford known as special contact lens painter
  • Susan Stepanian known as makeup artist
  • Miho Suzuki known as makeup effects lab technician: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Vincent Van Dyke known as sculptor lab work: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Hugo Villasenor known as shop foreman: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Clinton Wayne known as special makeup effects artist
  • Jay Wejebe known as makeup artist
  • Clint Zoccoli known as sculptor: Proteus Make-up FX
  • Chris Alexander known as makeup lab technician (uncredited)
  • Roxy D'Alonzo known as special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
  • Patricia Dehaney-Le May known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Kevin Haney known as makeup background (uncredited)
  • Tina Hoffman known as special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Star Trek (2009) Art Department:

  • Erik Aguirre known as assistant construction buyer
  • Damon Allison known as propshop foreman
  • Courtney J. Star Trek 2009 Andersen known as set dresser
  • Richard Andrade known as set dresser
  • Antonio Andraus known as set dresser
  • Mark Annis known as propmaker
  • Varsenik Vicky Antonyan known as draper
  • Fahima Atrouni known as draper
  • P. Star Trek 2009 Scott Bailey known as leadman
  • C. Star Trek 2009 Scott Baker known as lead set designer
  • John S. Star Trek 2009 Baker known as carpenter
  • John Barbera known as labor lead foreperson (as Johnny Barbera)
  • Brian Barnhart known as propmaker
  • Richard Bennett known as storyboard artist
  • Joe Bergman known as assistant property master: second unit (as Joseph Bergman)
  • Russell Bobbitt known as property master
  • Scott Bobbitt known as leadman
  • Tony Bohorquez known as model maker
  • Glenn Braun known as labor foreperson
  • David Brenner known as propmaker
  • Tony Bridgers known as construction foreman
  • Dawn Brown known as set designer
  • Jeff Brown known as greens coordinator
  • Kieran Brown known as paint gang boss
  • Robert Campbell known as paint foreperson
  • Tony Capasso known as gang boss: construction
  • Tony Chavez known as gang boss propmaker
  • Ryan Church known as concept artist
  • James Clyne known as concept artist
  • Thomas Cooper known as propmaker gangboss
  • Kevin Cross known as set designer
  • Max Daly known as design researcher
  • Doug Devine known as set dresser
  • Darryl Dodson known as propmaker
  • Andrea Dopaso known as set designer
  • Val Drake known as sculptor
  • John Eaves known as conceptual illustrator
  • Marcus Epps known as set dresser (as Marcus Aurelius Epps)
  • Randy Eriksen known as prop master: second unit
  • Brian Fernandez known as plaster foreman
  • Gustavo R. Star Trek 2009 Ferreyra known as propshop supervisor: interiors, avionics
  • Andy Flores known as stand-by painter
  • Jeff Frost known as senior model maker
  • Matthew Fuchs known as plaster foreperson
  • Sara Gardner-Gail known as buyer
  • Lynn Garrido known as propmaker
  • Hector M. Star Trek 2009 Gonzalez known as on-set dresser
  • Dale Gordon known as propmaker foreperson
  • Madline Hana known as draper
  • Lonnie Haspel known as labor foreperson
  • Aaron Haye known as assistant art director
  • Jim Henry known as propmaker foreperson
  • Scott Herbertson known as set designer
  • Joseph Hiura known as set designer
  • Billy Hunter known as set designer
  • Ryan Jacoby known as plasterer foreman
  • Jack Jennings known as propmaker
  • Jim C. Star Trek 2009 Johnson known as gang boss
  • Mark Joyce known as propmaker
  • Tex Kadonaga known as set designer
  • Eric Kagan known as prop assistant
  • Hasmig Karaciosian known as draper (as Hasmig Karagiosian)
  • Jason Kaufman known as prop shop
  • Hermine Keossian known as draper
  • Jeff Khachadoorian known as propshop foreman
  • Jane Kilkenny known as prop shop gang boss
  • Lawrence Kim known as art department researcher
  • John Knox known as prop shop
  • Fabian Lacey known as concept illustrator
  • Amy Lamendola known as design researcher assistant
  • Chris Larsen known as set dresser
  • Frank Leasure known as propmaker
  • Eric Lozano known as set dresser
  • Greg Lynch known as set dresser
  • Sasha Madzar known as propmaker foreperson
  • Geoffrey Mandel known as graphic designer
  • Canyon Martens known as set dresser
  • Mark Martucci known as labor foreperson
  • Sergey Mazurov known as propmaker
  • Bryan McBrien known as greens foreman
  • Merdyce McClaran known as set dresser
  • Stephen McCumby known as property master: second unit
  • Stephen McCumby known as props
  • Frank McEldowney known as greens foreman
  • Mark McGraudy known as tool man
  • David McKlveen known as propmaker
  • Cory L. Star Trek 2009 McNeill known as art assistant
  • Chuck McSorley known as prop assistant: second unit
  • Michael Meade known as propmaker
  • Ron Mendell known as concept artist
  • Sebastian Milito known as construction coordinator
  • Scott Mizgaites known as propmaker foreperson (as Scott Mizagaites)
  • Casey Morgan known as construction foreman
  • Amanda Moss Serino known as assistant set decorator
  • Josh Neugass known as construction welding foreman
  • Desmond O'Regan known as propmaker
  • Timothy Oakley known as set graphics
  • William Allen Olsen known as props
  • Harry E. Star Trek 2009 Otto known as set designer
  • Paul Ozzimo known as concept illustrator
  • Neville Page known as creature designer
  • Neville Page known as head creature designer
  • Robert Papegaay known as paint foreperson
  • Melani Petrushkin known as set decorating assistant
  • Anne Porter known as set designer
  • Michael Powels known as carpenter
  • Robert Raineri known as propmaker
  • Eric Ramirez known as set dresser
  • Andrew Reeder known as set designer
  • Leo Rijn known as sculptor
  • Eugene P. Star Trek 2009 Rizzardi known as prop shop
  • Jim Roach known as propmaker foreperson
  • Graham Robertson known as set dresser
  • Jason Rosene known as propmaker
  • Steve Rosolio known as set decoration assistant
  • Maury Ruiz known as concept artist
  • Tom Safron known as greens person
  • Darlene Salinas known as set decorating coordinator
  • Peter Sattler known as graphic designer
  • Nathan Schroeder known as illustrator
  • Clint Schultz known as graphic designer
  • Scott Schutzki known as set dresser
  • Brett V. Star Trek 2009 Shirley known as swing gang
  • Scott Shordon known as paint foreperson
  • Robert Sica known as set dresser
  • Ron Sica known as set dresser
  • Bruce G. Star Trek 2009 Smith known as paint supervisor
  • Greg Smith known as prop shop
  • Chad Stansbury known as sculptor
  • Ryan Steffen known as set dresser
  • Dixwell Stillman known as general foreperson
  • Jim Stubblefield known as assistant property master
  • Sean Sult known as production painter
  • Tully Summers known as creature artist
  • Toby Swinehart known as paint gangboss
  • Jared Trepepi known as plaster supervisor
  • Bobby L. Star Trek 2009 Vaughn known as propmaker
  • Michael W. Star Trek 2009 Volz known as production painter
  • Thomas 'Noe' Welch known as set dresser
  • Richard Blake Wester known as set dresser
  • Sandra J. Star Trek 2009 White known as construction accountant
  • Helen Wilson known as props
  • Tony Wright known as construction buyer
  • Jane Wuu known as set designer
  • Daphne Yap known as concept artist
  • Christine Youngstrom known as art department coordinator
  • Gustavo R. Star Trek 2009 Ferreyra known as digital set designer (uncredited)
  • David French known as sculptor (uncredited)
  • Andreas Maaninka known as concept modeller (uncredited)
  • Jack White known as food stylist (uncredited)

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Company

Star Trek (2009) Free Film Watch Online Production Companies:

  • Paramount Pictures (presents)
  • Spyglass Entertainment (presents)
  • Bad Robot
  • Mavrocine (as MavroCine Pictures GmbH & Co. Star Trek 2009 KG)

Star Trek (2009) Free Full Film Online HD Other Companies:

  • Allan Padelford Camera Cars  technocrane, Push Pull Rig and Biscuit Jr,
  • tacticalproshop.com  tactical equipment and uniforms
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  stabilized remote camera systems
  • Chef Robért Catering  catering
  • Company 3  digital intermediate
  • Digital Vortechs  Avid editing equipment provided by
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • Executive Assurance  security
  • Filmtools  expendables
  • Fisher Technical Services Rentals  camera & performer flying system
  • Gala Catering  catering: second unit
  • Go For Locations  locations equipment rentals
  • Headquarters Casting  extras casting
  • Klass Security and Investigations  anti-piracy film security (uncredited)
  • London Creative  radio commercial production
  • Mediacom 24-7  travel and accommodation (post production mix)
  • Film Movers  hair and make-up trailers
  • Film Movers  production trailers
  • MoviePlacement..com  product placement
  • OOOii  interactive design
  • On Tour Productions  transportation services
  • Panavision Remote Systems  Supertechno cranes provided by
  • Reaper's Forge  weapons
  • Sessions Payroll Management  extras payroll services
  • Sony Pictures Studios Scoring Stage  music recorded at
  • Soundelux  post-production sound services
  • Spacecam Systems  aerial cameras provided by
  • Star Waggons  cast trailers
  • Transportation Resources  transportation equipment
  • Varèse Sarabande  soundtrack
  • Warner Bros. Star Trek 2009 Eastwood Scoring Stage  music mixed at

Star Trek (2009) Distributors:

  • Bontonfilm (2009) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
  • Finnkino (2009) (Finland) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Japan (2009) (Japan) (theatrical) (as Paramount Pictures Japan)
  • Paramount Pictures Entertainment (2009) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2009) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2009) (France) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2009) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2009) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Solar Entertainment (2009) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2009) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2009) (Chile) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2009) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2009) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2009) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2009) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2009) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2009) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Argentina Video Home (2009) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Argentina Video Home (2009) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Film1 (2010) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment Finland (2009) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2009) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2009) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2009) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2009) (USA) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2009) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • RTL Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (RTL5)
  • fX Network (2010) (USA) (TV)

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Star Trek (2009) Free Full Film Online HD Special Effects:

  • Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) (visual effects and animation)
  • Digital Domain (additional visual effects)
  • Svengali Visual Effects (additional visual effects) (as Svengali FX)
  • Lola Visual Effects (additional visual effects) (as Lola VFX)
  • Persistence of Vision Entertainment (pre-visualization) (as Persistence of Vision Digital Entertainment)
  • Kerner Optical (additional special effects photography and miniatures)
  • Third Floor, The (additional previsualization)
  • Pacific Title and Art Studio (opticals)
  • Evil Eye Pictures (visual effects) (uncredited)

Star Trek (2009) Free Film Watch Online Visual Effects by:

  • Charles Abou Aad known as character shading lead
  • Pedro Pozo Acosta known as digital artist: ILM (as Pedro Pozo)
  • Kevin Aguirre known as previsualization artist
  • Dan Akers known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jon Alexander known as digital artist: ILM
  • Casey Allen known as senior Flame artist
  • Jorge Almeida known as concept artist: OOOii
  • Ted Andre known as lead compositor: Digital Domain
  • Stephen Aplin known as animation sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Joakim Arnesson known as cg supervisor: ILM
  • Arin Artounian known as computer/video engineer
  • Okan Ataman known as digital artist: ILM
  • David August known as CG supervisor
  • Steve Avoujageli known as cg effects artist
  • Trang Bach known as digital artist: ILM
  • Al Bailey known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Kenneth Bailey known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Katharine Baird known as digital rotoscope and paint artist
  • J. Star Trek 2009 Cody Baker known as digital intermediate assist
  • Chris Balog known as digital artist: ILM
  • Leigh Barbier known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Bron Barry known as visual effects coordinator
  • Matthew Baume known as visual effects production support
  • Daniel Bayona known as digital matte painter
  • Chris Bayz known as digital artist: ILM
  • Vicki Beck known as senior staff: ILM (as Vicki Dobbs Beck)
  • Joseph Bell known as visual effects coordinator: ILM
  • Kevin Bell known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Matthew E. Star Trek 2009 Bell known as lighting artist
  • Matthew E. Star Trek 2009 Bell known as look development
  • Colin Benoit known as animation sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Terran Benveniste known as vfx coordinator: ILM
  • Jill Berger known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jason Billington known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Stacy Bissell known as visual effects coordinator
  • Sean Bittinger known as production & technical support: ILM
  • Matt Blackwell known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jeremy Bloch known as fx technical director: Industrial Light and Magic
  • Richard Bluff known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Peter Bogatsky known as technical assistant: ILM
  • Michael Boggs known as scanning manager
  • Michael Bomagat known as animator
  • Mike Bomgat known as animator: ILM
  • Austin Bonang known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Aron Bonar known as digital artist: ILM
  • Dana Bonilla known as key set production assistant (kerner optical )
  • Dan Bornstein known as visual effects technical director: ILM
  • Amanda Braggs known as digital artist: ILM
  • Steve Braggs known as digital artist: ILM
  • Timothy Brakensiek known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Lynwen Brennan known as senior staff: ILM
  • Margaret Bright-Ryan known as digital artist
  • Jill Brooks known as visual effects producer: ILM
  • Chantell Brown known as technical assistant
  • Tripp Brown known as digital artist (as James Brown)
  • Dan Browne known as systems admistrator: Evil Eye Pictures
  • Matt Brumit known as lead digital artist
  • Wendell Bruno known as assistant DMR editor (IMAX version)
  • Tommy Burnette known as research and development: ILM
  • Chrysta Marie Burton known as visual effects associate production manager
  • Dorian Bustamante known as pre-visualization artist
  • Howard Cabalfin known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Michaela Calanchini known as digital artist
  • Owen Calouro known as digital artist
  • Marshall Candland known as digital artist
  • Brian Cantwell known as technical support: ILM
  • Cathleen M. Star Trek 2009 Carden known as production support: ILM
  • Derrick Carlin known as animation sequence lead: ILM
  • Eric Carney known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Tami Carter known as digital artist
  • Mark Casey known as digital artist
  • Bernard O. Star Trek 2009 Ceguerra known as lighter: Digital Domain
  • Bernard O. Star Trek 2009 Ceguerra known as look development: Digital Domain
  • Lanny Cermak known as digital artist: ILM
  • Henry Kwok Ho Chan known as digital artist: ILM
  • Kien Geay Chan known as digital artist
  • Hui Ling Chang known as production coordinator: ILM
  • Kai Chang known as digital artist: ILM
  • Cheah Chin Chee known as digital artist: ILM (as Cheah Chin Chi)
  • Ling Chen known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Albert Cheng known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Peter Chesloff known as digital artist
  • Vanessa Cheung known as digital matte painter
  • Jeremy Cho known as digital paint & roto artist
  • Terry Chostner known as layout supervisor: ILM
  • Ian Chriss known as visual effects best boy electric: Kerner Optical
  • Brian Christian known as modeling artist
  • Benjamin Chua known as production support
  • Paul Churchill known as digital artist
  • Jan Cilliers known as senior compositor: Svengali FX
  • Brian Clark known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Trent Claus known as Inferno artist
  • Terry Clotiaux known as executive in charge of production: visual effects: Digital Domain
  • Tom Cloutier known as visual effects key grip: Kerner Optical
  • Seth Cobb known as previs artist
  • Dan Cobbett known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Grady Cofer known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Chad E. Star Trek 2009 Collier known as render i/o administrator: Digital Domain
  • Janice Barlow Collier known as digital plate restoration: Digital Domain
  • Shaun Comly known as lighting artist: Digital Domain
  • Brian Connor known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Michael Conte known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jay Cooper known as sequence supervisor
  • Karin Cooper known as creature supervisor
  • Michael Cordova known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jennifer Coronado known as production support
  • Romaine Coston known as technical assistant
  • Shelley Larocca Courte known as data integration artist: Digital Domain
  • Chris Crowell known as digital compositor
  • Melanie Cussac known as visual effects coordinator: ILM
  • Beth D'Amato known as digital paint and roto supervisor
  • Bradford deCaussin known as texture painter: ILM
  • Kent Demaine known as creative director: interactive design: OOOii
  • Peter Demarest known as digital artist: ILM
  • Bernie Demolski known as visual effects best boy grip: Kerner Optical
  • Michael Di Como known as digital production supervisor: ILM
  • Eran Dinour known as digital artist: ILM
  • Raul Dominguez known as visual effects artist
  • Jennifer Sorem Dowell known as research and development: ILM (as Jennifer Suter)
  • David Dozoretz known as senior pre-visualization supervisor
  • Mark Duckworth known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Kalene Dunsmoor known as digital artist: ILM
  • Yanick Dusseault known as additional visual effects art director (as Yannick 'Botex' Dusseault)
  • Russell Earl known as visual effects supervisor: ILM
  • C. Star Trek 2009 Michael Easton known as animator
  • Selwyn Eddy known as digital artist: ILM
  • Thomas Elder-Groebe known as visual effects coordinator
  • Chrissie England known as senior staff: ILM
  • Raul Essig known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Leanard Estebecorena known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Katharine Evans known as layout artist
  • Steven Fagerquist known as digital compositor
  • Katherine Farrar known as visual effects associate production manager
  • Joe Farrell known as look dev artist
  • Conny Fauser known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Brandon Fayette known as visual effects consultant
  • Dan Feinstein known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Tom Fejes known as cg supervisor: ILM
  • Simon Fillat known as digital artist: ILM
  • Shine Fitzner known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jason Fleming known as compositor: ILM
  • Tim Fortenberry known as digital artist: ILM
  • Christian Foucher known as digital artist: ILM
  • Antonio Freire known as production accountant
  • Warren Fu known as concept artist
  • David Fuhrer known as digital artist: ILM
  • Rachel Galbraith known as visual effects production assistant
  • Erik Gamache known as animation lead
  • Rene Garcia known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Robb Gardner known as technical director lighting: ILM
  • Joana Garrido known as digital artist: ILM
  • Demitre Garza known as digital artist
  • Scott Gastellu known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Grantland Gears known as digital artist: ILM
  • Tau Gerber known as digital compositor: ILM
  • John Giang known as digital artist
  • Angela Giannoni known as digital compositor
  • Tim Gibbons known as digital compositor
  • Maurizio Giglioli known as creature technical director
  • Navjit Singh Gill known as digital production administrator
  • Bill Gilman known as senior digital compositor: ILM
  • Matthew Gilson known as digital matte painter: Lola Visual Effects
  • Rocco Gioffre known as matte artist: Svengali FX
  • Bridget Maria Goodman known as visual effects artist
  • John Goodson known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • David Gottlieb known as digital effects artist
  • Richard Grandy known as character setup lead: Digital Domain
  • Jeff Grebe known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Casey Green known as computer/video engineer
  • Bryant Terrell Griffin known as digital matte painter
  • Rhonda C. Star Trek 2009 Gunner known as visual effects consultant
  • David Gutman known as digital artist: ILM
  • Gerald Gutschmidt known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Roger Guyett known as visual effects supervisor
  • Jean-Denis Haas known as animator: ILM
  • Christian Haley known as digital artist: ILM
  • Christopher James Hall known as visual effects production supervisor: kerner optical
  • Jason Michael Hall known as pre-visualization artist: Persistence of Vision
  • Simon Halpern known as previs artist: Persistence of Vision
  • Tyler Ham known as layout artist: ILM
  • Craig Hammack known as digital artist: ILM
  • Giles Hancock known as digital artist: ILM
  • David Hanks known as digital artist: ILM
  • Shari Hanson known as visual effects producer
  • Courtney Harrell known as visual effects production coordinator
  • Ian A. Star Trek 2009 Harris known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Jeff Hatchel known as digital artist: ILM
  • Geoff Hemphill known as animator
  • Wendy Hendrickson known as digital artist: ILM
  • Neil Herzinger known as digital artist: ILM
  • Kela Hicks known as digital artist: ILM
  • Shawn Hillier known as digital artist: ILM
  • David Hirschfield known as digital artist: ILM
  • David Hisanaga known as digital artist: ILM
  • Sherry Hitch known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Robert Hoffmeister known as digital artist
  • Chad Hofteig known as previs lead
  • Maura Hogan known as technical support: ILM
  • Larry Hoki known as production support: ILM
  • Bruce Holcomb known as digital model supervisor: ILM
  • Brian Holligan known as digital coordinator: Digital Domain
  • zain homer known as digital artist: ILM
  • Ryan Hopkins known as senior digital artist: ILM
  • Christopher Horvath known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jen Howard known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Dave R. Star Trek 2009 Howe known as technical director lighting: ILM
  • Melissa Huerta known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Greg Hyman known as visual effects editor
  • Polly Ing known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Chris Ingersoll known as Flame artist
  • Aruna Inversin known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • John L. Star Trek 2009 Jack known as executive producer: Evil Eye Pictures
  • Jiri Jacknowitz known as digital artist
  • Alex Jaeger known as visual effects art director: ILM
  • Cyrus Jam known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Danny Janevski known as digital artist (as Danny Janveski)
  • Rod M. Star Trek 2009 Janusch known as visual effects gaffer: Kerner Optical
  • Patrick Jarvis known as digital painter: ILM
  • Steve Jaworski known as compositor
  • Qi Steven Jin known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Toh Zi Jing known as production support: ILM
  • Jeff A. Star Trek 2009 Johnson known as digital artist: ILM
  • Cindy Jones known as video graphics producer
  • Grzegorz Jonkajtys known as visual effects
  • Kory Juul known as lighting artist: Evil Eye Pictures
  • Paul Kavanagh known as animation supervisor
  • Stephen Kennedy known as digital compositor
  • Michael Kennen known as digital compositor
  • Greg Killmaster known as creature technical director
  • Jeff Kim known as digital compositor
  • Viviana Kim known as digital rotoscope/paint lead: Digital Domain
  • Perry M. Star Trek 2009 Kimura known as scanning and recording
  • Katrin Klaiber known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Drew Klausner known as digital artist
  • Susan Klausner known as digital artist: ILM
  • Martin Allan Kloner known as visual effects editor
  • Hilmar Koch known as cg supervisor: ILM
  • Robert Kosai known as digital models and simulations
  • Justin Kosnikowski known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Makoto Koyama known as character animator: ILM
  • Marshall Richard Krasser known as digital artist: ILM
  • Mathew Krentz known as digital compositor: ILM (as Matt Krentz)
  • Paul Kulikowski known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Pat Lun Lam known as digital artist: ILM
  • François Lambert known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Kevin LaNeave known as visual effects editor: Digital Domain
  • Jean-Claude Langer known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Kimberly Lashbrook known as visual effects artist
  • Asier Lavina known as digital matte artist: ILM
  • Jaewook Lee known as digital artist: ILM
  • Sam Lee known as digital artist: ILM
  • John LeGrande known as digital artist: ILM
  • Elana Joy Livneh Lessem known as visual effects assistant editor (as Elana Joy Livneh)
  • Keith Leung known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Marcus LeVere known as CG lead
  • Julian Levi known as visual effects producer
  • John M. Star Trek 2009 Levin known as layout artist: ILM
  • Dean Lewandowski known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Gretchen Libby known as visual effects executive producer: ILM
  • Kirk Lilwall known as third assistant editor: DMR (IMAX version)
  • Melissa Lin known as digital artist: ILM
  • Noll Linsangan known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Lawrence Littleton known as digital compositor: Svengali FX
  • Zachary Lo known as digital compositor
  • Michael Logan known as digital artist: ILM (as Mike Logan)
  • Christine Loo known as production support: ILM
  • Paul Luna known as 3D artist: OOOii
  • Clayton Lyons known as visual effects production assistant
  • Jennifer MacKenzie known as digital artist: ILM
  • Brian Magner known as previz artist
  • Dev Mannemela known as technical director: ILM
  • Mike Marcuzzi known as digital artist (IMAX version)
  • Patrik Marek known as digital artist: ILM
  • Nicholas Markel known as previsualization supervisor: The Third Floor
  • David Marsh known as visual effects: ILM
  • Tia L. Star Trek 2009 Marshall known as digital artist: ILM
  • Ryan Martin known as technical assistant: ILM
  • Marcel Martinez known as digital artist: ILM
  • Ruheene Masand known as visual effects coordinator
  • Didier Mathieu known as digital artist: ILM
  • Benjamin Mattress known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Kevin May known as Inferno artist: ILM
  • Scott May known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • André Mazzone known as research and development: ILM
  • Vicky McCann known as visual effects technical director: ILM
  • Matt McDonald known as visual effects supervisor: Evil Eye Pictures
  • W. Star Trek 2009 Regan McGee known as digital artist
  • Brian McGraw known as production support: ILM
  • Tracey McLean known as digital artist
  • Scott Mease known as digital artist
  • Ale Melendez known as visual effects production assistant
  • Tory Mercer known as sequence supervisor
  • Joseph Metten known as digital artist: ILM
  • Christopher James Miller known as digital artist: ILM
  • Chris Mitchell known as animator: ILM
  • Curt I. Star Trek 2009 Miyashiro known as senior staff: ILM
  • Michele Moen known as matte painter: Svengali VFX
  • Jack Mongovan known as digital artist: ILM
  • Carlos Monzon known as digital compositor
  • Jerome Moo known as concept artist: ILM
  • Erik Morgansen known as animator: ILM
  • Kaz Mori known as production support: ILM
  • Cathy Morin known as texture artist
  • David Manos Morris known as digital effects artist
  • Katie Morris known as digital artist: ILM
  • Michelle Motta known as digital paint & rotoscope artist
  • Betsy Mueller known as technical director lighting: ILM
  • Timothy Mueller known as digital matte artist: ILM
  • Spencer Mulcahy known as visual effects dolly grip: Kerner Optical
  • Melissa Mullin known as digital artist: ILM
  • Laura Murillo known as visual effects artist
  • Myles Murphy known as digital compositor
  • Elona Musha known as technical assistant: ILM
  • Giovanni Nakpil known as digital model supervisor: ILM
  • Ben Neall known as senior texture artist: Digital Domain
  • Cameron Neilson known as lead compositor: Evil Eye Pictures
  • Ben Nelson known as pre-visualization artist
  • Mark Nelson known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Mark Nettleton known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Marla Newall known as animator: ILM
  • Yoon See Ng known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Vinh Nguyen known as digital artist
  • David Niednagel known as data integration lead
  • Thomas Nittmann known as visual effects producer: lola visual effects
  • James P. Star Trek 2009 Noon known as tracking
  • Brett Northcutt known as digital matte artist
  • Brian Nugent known as senior Flame artist
  • Ben O'Brien known as Inferno artist: ILM
  • Rick O'Connor known as animator: ILM
  • Mike Ocoboc known as digital compositor
  • Jeffrey Odell known as visual effects production and technical support
  • Melanie Okamura known as cg modeling lead: Digital Domain
  • Jeff Olson known as visual effects producer: ILM
  • James Orara known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • Saro Orfali known as digital artist: ILM
  • Akira Orikasa known as digital artist: ILM
  • David Owen known as production support: ILM
  • Kevin Page known as digital artist: ILM
  • Brian Paik known as creature technical director: ILM
  • Scott Palleiko known as senior effects artist: ILM
  • Paul George Palop known as cg supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Erik Pampel known as production support: ILM
  • Missy Papageorge known as digital intermediate producer: company3
  • Clark Parkhurst known as inferno artist: Lola VFX
  • Eddie Pasquarello known as associate visual effects supervisor
  • Nikita Patel known as production support: ILM
  • Daniel Pearson known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Lou Pecora known as compositing supervisor
  • Miles Perkins known as senior staff: ILM
  • Frank Losasso Petterson known as digital artist: ILM
  • Phil Pham known as digital artist: ILM
  • Tom Piedmont known as digital plate restoration
  • Dan Piponi known as research and development: ILM
  • Darren Poe known as digital effects supervisor
  • Zoltan Pogonyi known as digital matte artist: ILM
  • Brian Pohl known as pre-visuslization supervisor
  • Jason Pomerantz known as digital artist (IMAX version)
  • Kelly Port known as visual effects supervisor: Digital Domain
  • Jason Porter known as digital compositor
  • Scott Prior known as digital artist: ILM
  • Paul Pytlik known as digital artist (IMAX version)
  • Vikas Rajput known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Alfredo Ramirez known as data integration artist: Digital Domain
  • Francisco Ramirez known as assistant visual effects editor: Digital Domain
  • Ricardo Ramos known as digital artist: ILM
  • Satish Ratakonda known as digital artist: ILM
  • Steve Rawlins known as animator: ILM
  • Spencer Reynolds known as clonecam operator: ILM
  • Michael Rich known as digital effects artist: ILM
  • Grover Richardson known as digital artist
  • Jessica Riewe known as technical assistant
  • Anthony Rispoli known as digital artist: ILM
  • Shane Roberts known as digital matte painter: ILM
  • Matthew M. Star Trek 2009 Robinson known as senior technical director
  • Elsa Rodriguez known as digital artist: ILM
  • Patrick J. Star Trek 2009 Rodriguez known as pre-visualization artist
  • Stephanie Rogers known as digital artist: Digital Domain
  • Daniel P. Star Trek 2009 Rosen known as visual effects supervisor: Evil Eye Pictures
  • Robert Rossoff known as pre-visualization artist
  • Jason Rosson known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Meagan Rotman known as digital coordinator (as Meagan Condito)
  • Craig Rowe known as digital compositor
  • Andrew Russell known as production support: ILM
  • George Saavedra known as character setup artist: Digital Domain
  • Selma Sabera known as production support: ILM
  • Barry Safley known as compositor
  • Gregory Salter known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Jeff Saltzman known as digital artist
  • Nicole Samarron known as digital compositor
  • Joe Sambora known as visual effects production assistant
  • David Sanchez known as cg modeler
  • Mike Sanders known as digital supervisor
  • Nathan Santell known as previsualization production manager: The Third Floor
  • Olivier Sarda known as visual effects
  • Steve Sauers known as creature technical director
  • Christopher Savides known as color grader
  • Nabil Schiantarelli known as visual effects senior compositor: Svengali Visual Effects
  • Frederic Schmidt known as digital artist
  • Junko Schugardt known as visual effects artist
  • Sean Schur known as senior digital artist
  • Eric Schweickert known as digital artist: ILM (as Eric Schweikert)
  • Kevin Sears known as lighting artist
  • Misty Segura known as digital artist: ILM
  • Rene Segura known as digital artist: ILM
  • Maria Serrano known as previsualization artist: The Third Floor
  • Cheng Pei Shan known as production coordinator: ILM
  • Paul Sharpe known as digital artist
  • Amy Shepard known as digital artist: ILM
  • Prateep Siamwalla known as tracking
  • John Sigurdson known as digital artist
  • Craig A. Star Trek 2009 Simms known as digital compositor
  • Ken Sjogren known as digital compositor
  • R. Star Trek 2009 Matt Smith known as digital compositor: Digital Domain
  • Ryan Smith known as digital artist: ILM
  • Robert Snyder known as digital compositor
  • Maciek Sokalski known as digital compositor: Svengali FX
  • Drew Solodzuk known as DMR editor (IMAX version)
  • Jim Soukup known as on-set matchmover (as James Soukup)
  • Bill Spradlin known as lighting techical director
  • Damian Steel known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Sam Stewart known as digital paint and rotoscope artist: ILM
  • Chris Stoski known as matte supervisor: ILM
  • Florian Strobl known as digital compositor
  • Mohinder Subramaniam known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Russ Sueyoshi known as digital artist
  • David Sullivan known as digital paint/roto artist
  • Nigel Sumner known as cg supervisor: ILM
  • Andre Surya known as digital artist
  • Jeff Sutherland known as digital artist: ILM
  • Jeff Sutherland known as digital compositor
  • Kristen Swanson known as paint/rotoscope artist: Digital Domain
  • Pat Sweeney known as visual effects director of photography: Kerner Optical
  • Andre Taft known as pre-visualization artist
  • Hirofumi Takeda known as digital artist
  • Masahiko Tani known as digital artist: ILM
  • Stephanie Taubert known as digital artist: ILM
  • Chin Siong Tay known as visual effects artist
  • Chad Taylor known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Dale Taylor known as associate production manager: ILM
  • Renita Taylor known as creature technical director: ILM
  • Jessica Teach known as visual effects senior production manager: ILM
  • Kieran Tether known as digital artist: ILM
  • Cheng Chan Tey known as digital artist
  • Lisa Todd known as visual effects production manager: ILM
  • James Tooley known as creature supervisor: ILM
  • Greg Towner known as animator: ILM
  • Delio Tramontozzi known as animator: ILM
  • Alan Travis known as digital artist
  • Stefano Trivelli known as visual effects supervisor: Svengali FX
  • Alex Tropiec Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as Inferno artist: ILM
  • Chi Chung Tse known as animator: ILM
  • Graeme Tung known as visual effects artist
  • Yusei Uesugi known as digital matte artist: ILM
  • Lee Uren known as technical director
  • Reuben Uy known as technical assistant (as Reuben Bulawin Uy)
  • George Vajna known as second assistant DMR editor (IMAX version)
  • Nowell Valeri known as matchmove supervisor: Evil Eye Pictures
  • Brad van Bodegom known as digital artist (IMAX version)
  • Amy Vatanakul known as pre-visualization artist
  • Todd Vaziri known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Bruce Vecchitto known as digital artist: ILM
  • Marci Velando known as Visual Effects Production Support
  • Jamie Venable known as executive producer: visual effects: Svengali FX
  • Tim Waddy known as animator: ILM
  • John Walker known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Kevin Wallace known as production manager: Kerner Optical
  • Sean Wallitsch known as Inferno artist
  • David Washburn known as digital artist: ILM
  • Talmage Watson known as digital artist: ILM
  • Harold Weed known as digital models and simulations: ILM
  • David Weitzberg known as sequence supervisor: ILM
  • Dan Wheaton known as digital matte artist: ILM
  • John Whisnant known as digital artist: ILM
  • Ronnie E. Star Trek 2009 Williams Jr. Star Trek 2009 known as digital artist: ILM
  • C. Star Trek 2009 Jerome Williams known as rotoscope artist: Lola Visual Effects
  • Edson Williams known as visual effects supervisor: lola visual effects
  • Michelle Winze known as digital production manager (as Michelle Jacobs)
  • Eric Withee known as visual effects producer: Svengali FX
  • Steven D. Star Trek 2009 Wolff known as digital artist
  • Andy Wong known as animator: ILM
  • Ron Woodall known as viewpaint supervisor: ILM
  • Jeff Wozniak known as digital artist: ILM
  • Craig Xander known as digital compositor
  • Craig Xander known as visual effects supervisor
  • Xye known as tracking
  • Chris Qi Yao known as matchmove technical director
  • David Yee known as concept artist
  • Teh-wei Yeh known as digital artist: ILM
  • Mark Youngren known as digital artist: ILM
  • Dean Yurke known as digital artist
  • Rita E. Star Trek 2009 Zimmerman known as digital artist: ILM
  • Erik Zimmermann known as visual effects artist
  • Ryan Zuttermeister known as associate visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects
  • Brandon Ashworth known as effects technical director (uncredited)
  • Lisa de la Garza known as visual effects senior staff: Digital Domain (uncredited)
  • Mike Goslin known as digital systems engineer (uncredited)
  • Amanda Hampton known as software engineer (uncredited)
  • Michael Honrada known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Paul Huston known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • James Kirk known as software engineer (uncredited)
  • Shilpa Kirpalani known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Ronald Mallet known as research and development: ILM (uncredited)
  • Sheau Horng Ng known as digital compositor: ILM (uncredited)
  • Greg Notzelman known as digital artist (uncredited)
  • Dan Patterson known as character animator: Digital Domain (uncredited)
  • Marc D. Star Trek 2009 Rienzo known as compositor: Svengali FX (uncredited)
  • Shuichi Suzuki known as cg modeler: Svengali Visual Effects (uncredited)
  • David Wu known as roto/paint artist (uncredited)

Star Trek (2009) Free Film Stream Copyright Holder:

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action and violence, and brief sexual content

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