Remember that bar fight scene from 2009’s Star Trek? Well here it is done entirely in kinetic typography by zigg80, who you’ll find at youtube.com/zigg80. It’s a very creative combination of typography, motion, and dialogue from the J.J. Abrams reboot of the Star Trek franchise. Don’t forget your cupcake.
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We recently came across this video from Adam Cihangir and Emre Cihangir of Figure Out Productions that combines the visuals of Cars with the audio from the 2009 J.J. Abrams Star Trek trailer. Like the Star Wars/Star Trek mashup it’s another amazing example of how well the audio from Star Trek 2009 matches up with other popular stories.
In a video interview posted to YouTube by HitFix, Eric Bana talks about preparing for the role of Nero in the 2009 J.J. Abrams film. The interview is from 2009 but is nevertheless interesting if you have yet to seen it.
Bana talks about his initial trepidation, comfort knowing JJ was at the helm, and how he avoids being influenced by a genre before he begin playing a role. He is also asked about the IDW Countdown comic series that fills in the backstory of Nero, and talks about how being in Star Trek brought out the unknown Trekkies around him.
Watch the video below and visit the HitFix YouTube channel for more interviews.
YouTube user DGsWay has put together a mashup of Avatar and the 2009 J.J. Abrams Star Trek that combines footage from Cameron’s film with dialogue from Star Trek. Well-chosen clips match up nicely to Captain Pike’s challenge to Kirk to enlist in Starfleet. The fan-made trailer was uploaded by Hollywood Streams, who is taking submissions from fans who would like to do a mashup of their own.