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Admiral Kirk macht sich gegen die Befehle seiner Vorgesetzten auf die Suche nach dem Körper von. Bei einem Angriff des außerirdischen Diktators Krall wird die Enterprise vernichtet. Uhura und Sulu werden gefangen genommen, die übrigen Besatzungsmitglieder unter Captain James T. Kirk finden sich, voneinander getrennt, in der unwirtlichen. Star Trek III: Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Film.

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Bei einem Angriff des außerirdischen Diktators Krall wird die Enterprise vernichtet. Uhura und Sulu werden gefangen genommen, die übrigen Besatzungsmitglieder unter Captain James T. Kirk finden sich, voneinander getrennt, in der unwirtlichen. Star Trek III: Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Film. Star Trek Beyond ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film von Justin Lin aus dem Jahr Es ist der dreizehnte Kinofilm, der auf der. alps4eu.eu - Kaufen Sie Star Trek 3 - Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen. Admiral Kirk macht sich gegen die Befehle seiner Vorgesetzten auf die Suche nach dem Körper von. - Star Trek on the cover of some magazines. Weitere Ideen zu Star trek voyager, Star trek filme, Star trek original. Star Trek 3 - Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock (Remastered) DVD im Onlineshop von MediaMarkt kaufen. Jetzt bequem online bestellen.

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Star Trek III: Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Film. Seit 50 Jahren reist das Raumschiff Enterprise durch die Galaxien. Und es geht weiter: Der neue Film "Star Trek Beyond" startet in den Kinos. Admiral Kirk macht sich gegen die Befehle seiner Vorgesetzten auf die Suche nach dem Körper von.

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Furthermore, the movies makes a touching tribute to the death of Leonard Nimoy, by announcing the death of Spock Prime. It was done in a very tasteful and respectful way, and I believe most trekkies and die-hard fans would agree that it was only fitting to announce the death of his character in the film.

Simon Pegg and the new director did a phenomenal job on this film. It felt so much more like a Star Trek film, at least to me, than the previous ones.

The storyline was much more original than the retelling of the "wrath of Khan" events. Chris Pine is also really starting to hone-in on his role of Captain Kirk.

Not only was the acting better, but the script this time around made him much more into the masterful Captain Kirk we grew up with in TOS and less of a party-boy.

I can't believe I am endorsing and praising it as much as I am, but in my opinion, they got it right this time.

If you're an old-school fan, give this one a try. It's a fun adventure and feels appropriate in the Star Trek universe. Looking for some great streaming picks?

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Kirk Zachary Quinto Commander Spock Karl Urban Lieutenant Uhura Simon Pegg The original concept featured the layers of the ship forming up from the inside out, requiring a series of overlaid elements filmed with an Oxberry animation camera.

ILM decided the effect appeared too "animated-looking", and defied common sense: "if there was a fanfare to decloaking, everyone would know the Klingons were coming and blow them out of the sky before they could even finish materializing," Ralston said.

The supervisor decided on subtlety, throwing color separations out of sync to create a blurry ripple effect.

While simple, the sequence was more effective than the elaborate planned scene. Effects such as the destruction of the merchant ship were created using projected explosions, a technique perfected during the production of Return of the Jedi.

The result was an explosion that moved with the model. The most laborious effects sequences took place inside Spacedock; months were spent completing the station's interior shots.

The effects crew tested different looks to make sure the dock interior seemed appropriately vast. To create a slightly degraded look, the crew used blue color gels for lights and shot through smoke for fill shots.

They switched to diffusion filters for light passes, as using smoke for longer shots would have required time-consuming smoke level monitoring. Due to difference in the scales of the dock and ship models, it was impossible to film the Excelsior and Enterprise inside the set.

Massive fans were used to keep equipment cool and prevent the lights from melting or warping the dock's interior artwork. The realism of the dock scenes was heightened by live action footage of a cafeteria, with windows overlooking the dock interior.

Ralston, who considered the Enterprise ugly and the model hard to shoot, delighted in destroying the ship.

The first part of the ship to be destroyed was the bridge, a separate miniature with stars added to the background. The shot switches to the Bird of Prey moving away as the top of the saucer burns, where explosions filmed upside down to simulate the absence of gravity [28] were superimposed over a motion control pass of the ship.

The camera cuts to a closeup of the ship's registration number being eaten away by inner explosions. George created a light Styrofoam model that was dissolved by acetone dripped on the saucer from above.

By shooting at less than one frame per second and keeping light off the model, the drips were not visible in the print. Stuntmen used spring-loaded platforms to launch themselves in the air.

For the final destruction of the Genesis planet, footage from the Paramount set had to be carefully matched with ILM effects footage.

ILM simulated Kruge's demise, a long plunge into the pool of lava, with the help of a stop-motion puppet. Lloyd fell a few feet onto a black mattress; during a lightning flash the actor was replaced by the puppet that fell the rest of the distance.

The scene of Kirk and Spock beaming away as the ground collapses was another created at ILM, as the level of destruction was simply not possible for the live-action crew.

Among the other effects ILM had to produce were the transporter beam and the warp speed effect. Mullen noted that the effects' look changed depending on who was directing the film; "everyone wants something distinctive, but nobody wants to get far enough away from the TV series to startle the Trekkies ".

The effect was produced by cutting out or rotomatting the individual to be transported, then making a vertical slot through which a high-intensity light was positioned.

A computer-controlled move would cause the light to spread from the center and fade away, then reset its position and repeat the movement on the opposite side.

Handmade acetate filters and gels were applied to give the transporter beam color and patterns, followed by small flickering animated highlights called "bugs" which appeared after the character had dematerialized.

Whereas many of the multicolored rainbow warp trail shots from The Wrath of Khan were stock footage taken from the first film, the producers of the third film wanted something new.

A streak effect, in which a beauty pass of the ship was combined with blurred passes for each light intensity, was tried first.

The result was disappointing; as the Enterprise grew larger the streaks became distorted and out of place. Mullen rejected a straight animation of the warp drive as too bouncy, but the footage was cut in for editing while ILM went through six more approaches to the problem.

The final effect, a "vaporous, colorful trail", came together only weeks before the film's release. When writing music for The Wrath of Khan , Horner was aware he would reuse certain cues for an impending sequel; two major themes he reworked were for Genesis and Spock.

While the Genesis theme supplants the title music Horner wrote for The Wrath of Khan , the end credits were quoted "almost verbatim".

In hours-long discussions with Bennett and Nimoy, Horner agreed with the director that the "romantic and more sensitive" cues were more important than the "bombastic" ones.

Among the new cues Horner wrote was a "percussive and atonal" theme for the Klingons which is represented heavily in the film.

Nimoy wrote that The Search for Spock ' s major theme is that of friendship. How deeply should a friendship commitment go?

And what sacrifices, what obstacles, will these people endure? That's the emotion line of the film [and] its reason for existence," he recalled.

Brown University professor Ross S. Kraemer argues that The Search for Spock "became Star Trek ' s first and most obvious exploration of Christian themes of sacrificial, salvific death and resurrection".

The Genesis planet became a doomed experiment partly for dramatic reasons; having a time limit for the characters to save Spock added tension.

Nimoy was also interested in scientific ethics—how quickly can science move and what are the dangers of that movement.

John Hansen notes that while Spock's sacrifice in The Wrath of Khan is the "archetype of reason and rationality manifesting the archetype of human virtue", a selfless and freely-made choice, the death of Valkris who has learned too much about the Genesis Device in The Search for Spock is far different: the Klingon willingly accepts her death for the "common good" as determined by the state, relinquishing her liberty and life.

Hansen contends that the issues of personal liberty and the exploitation of technology, in this case Genesis, are "intertwined".

The Search for Spock was not heavily marketed. Among the promotional merchandise created for the film's release were Search for Spock -branded calendars [74] and glasses sold at Taco Bell.

Reagan wrote of the film: "It wasn't too good. In its second weekend the film's gross dropped 42 percent. James Horner 's soundtrack to the film was released on a minute LP record by Capitol Records in , and also contained a 12" single titled "The Search for Spock", composed by Horner and performed by Group 87, a band featuring composer Mark Isham and Missing Persons drummer Terry Bozzio.

It was re-released on compact disc in by GNP Crescendo. Film Score Monthly released an expanded two-compact disc score June 1, The soundtrack would be Horner's final contribution to Star Trek.

The Search for Spock received generally positive reviews from critics. Richard Schickel of Time praised the film as "perhaps the first space opera to deserve that term in its grandest sense".

Critics praised Nimoy's direction, to which USA Today attributed the film's success in capturing the essence of the television show.

The Search for Spock ' s plot solicited comment; Schickel called the film "overplotted" and filled with "heavy expository burdens", comparing it to real opera.

The critic considered David's death an attempt at a similar shock, but felt it was not a success. Geduld, writing for The Humanist , criticized the film for what he called "contradictions and implausibilities", such as Scott's sabotage of the Excelsior and Spock's regeneration.

The film's sense of self-seriousness and the camaraderie amongst the characters were generally cited as positive aspects.

Maslin wrote that certain tacky elements of the film's television roots were outweighed by the closeness of the Enterprise crew and "by their seriousness and avidity about what seem to be the silliest minutiae [ The film's effects were conflictingly appraised.

Schickel wrote that the effects were "technically adroit" and occasionally "witty", [85] and Ebert singled out the Bird of Prey as a "great-looking" ship.

In , Popular Mechanics ranked the scene where the NCC Enterprise starship is destroyed, the 32nd-greatest scene in the science fiction film and television genre.

The film was given a "bare bones" DVD release on May 11, , with no extra features—the release was several months earlier than the release of The Wrath of Khan.

The film was released on high-definition Blu-ray Disc in May to coincide with the new Star Trek feature, along with the other five films featuring the original crew in Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection.

All six films in the set have new 7. Moore and Michael Taylor. The film was briefly removed from Netflix in August because of inaccurately translated Klingon and Vulcan subtitles.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film, see Star Trek Beyond. Theatrical release poster art by Bob Peak. Release date.

Running time. Play media. Film portal. With the element of surprise gone the script underwent a major rewrite and Spock's death became the climax.

Many attributed the leak and the acrimony that followed to Roddenberry himself; [4] Bennett found via his canary trap that a leaked copy he obtained from a fan had indeed come from Roddenberry's original, although since Roddenberry had violated neither the law nor his contract there was nothing that could be done about it.

British Board of Film Classification. May 18, Retrieved May 22, Los Angeles Times. Retrieved Pocket Books. New York: HarperTorch.

Paramount Pictures. The Washington Post. CBS Studios Inc. Retrieved February 13, The Art of Star Trek. Spock mentions that the Romulans loan the designs for their ship and presumably the cloaking device as well.

The New York Times. Retrieved May 21, American Cinematographer. Hyperion Books. James Horner. Retrograde Records.

The Music of Star Trek. Lone Eagle Publishing Company. Religions of Star Trek. Basic Books. University of Waterloo. Archived from the original on February 5, Religion and American Culture.

University of California Press. The Journal of Technology Studies. Archived from the original PDF on July 21, Retrieved December 13, Chicago Tribune.

Retrieved June 1, Archived from the original on October 16, Retrieved November 1, The Reagan Diaries. The Globe and Mail.

Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved December 17, Retrieved November 30, Retrieved October 16, June 11, Chicago Sun-Times.

Retrieved October 31, Simpson, Paul ed. Star Trek Magazine : Christian Science Monitor : New York Magazine. The Daily News. Popular Mechanics.

Daily Variety. December 21, January 11, Retrieved August 27, The Toronto Sun. Retrieved August 29, Retrieved May 15, The Gazette.

Huffington Post. Star Trek. Films and television series Outline Timeline Canon. Short Treks. Generations First Contact Insurrection Nemesis.

Star Trek Into Darkness Beyond. Galactic quadrant Mirror Universe. After Trek The Ready Room. Book Category. Leonard Nimoy. Leonard Nimoy Presents Mr.

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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Admiral Kirk and his bridge crew risk their careers stealing the decommissioned U.

Enterprise to return to the restricted Genesis Planet to recover Spock's body. Director: Leonard Nimoy.

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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Fifty Years of Star Trek! Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: William Shatner Kirk Leonard Nimoy Spock DeForest Kelley McCoy James Doohan Scotty Walter Koenig Chekov George Takei Sulu Nichelle Nichols Uhura Robin Curtis Saavik Merritt Butrick David Phil Morris Trainee Foster Scott McGinnis Adventure Robert Hooks Admiral Morrow Carl Steven Spock - age 9 Vadia Potenza Spock - age 13 Stephen Manley Edit Storyline In the wake of Spock's ultimate deed of sacrifice, Admiral Kirk and the Enterprise crew return to Earth for some essential repairs to their ship.

Taglines: A dying planet. A fight for life. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The U. Grissom bridge was the U. Enterprise bridge redressed with pink chairs, and the bar where Dr.

McCoy tries to charter a spaceflight, is the redressed Enterprise sickbay. Goofs The walls of the elevators aboard the Enterprise are lined with old rubber carpet pad.

As if this were not enough, one of the pads has a chunk missing. Quotes [ first lines ] [ Spock's dying words, repeated from the previous film ] Captain Spock : Don't grieve, Admiral.

The supervisor decided on subtlety, throwing color separations out of sync to create a blurry ripple effect.

While simple, the sequence was more effective than the elaborate planned scene. Effects such as the destruction of the merchant ship were created using projected explosions, a technique perfected during the production of Return of the Jedi.

The result was an explosion that moved with the model. The most laborious effects sequences took place inside Spacedock; months were spent completing the station's interior shots.

The effects crew tested different looks to make sure the dock interior seemed appropriately vast. To create a slightly degraded look, the crew used blue color gels for lights and shot through smoke for fill shots.

They switched to diffusion filters for light passes, as using smoke for longer shots would have required time-consuming smoke level monitoring.

Due to difference in the scales of the dock and ship models, it was impossible to film the Excelsior and Enterprise inside the set.

Massive fans were used to keep equipment cool and prevent the lights from melting or warping the dock's interior artwork.

The realism of the dock scenes was heightened by live action footage of a cafeteria, with windows overlooking the dock interior. Ralston, who considered the Enterprise ugly and the model hard to shoot, delighted in destroying the ship.

The first part of the ship to be destroyed was the bridge, a separate miniature with stars added to the background.

The shot switches to the Bird of Prey moving away as the top of the saucer burns, where explosions filmed upside down to simulate the absence of gravity [28] were superimposed over a motion control pass of the ship.

The camera cuts to a closeup of the ship's registration number being eaten away by inner explosions. George created a light Styrofoam model that was dissolved by acetone dripped on the saucer from above.

By shooting at less than one frame per second and keeping light off the model, the drips were not visible in the print.

Stuntmen used spring-loaded platforms to launch themselves in the air. For the final destruction of the Genesis planet, footage from the Paramount set had to be carefully matched with ILM effects footage.

ILM simulated Kruge's demise, a long plunge into the pool of lava, with the help of a stop-motion puppet.

Lloyd fell a few feet onto a black mattress; during a lightning flash the actor was replaced by the puppet that fell the rest of the distance.

The scene of Kirk and Spock beaming away as the ground collapses was another created at ILM, as the level of destruction was simply not possible for the live-action crew.

Among the other effects ILM had to produce were the transporter beam and the warp speed effect. Mullen noted that the effects' look changed depending on who was directing the film; "everyone wants something distinctive, but nobody wants to get far enough away from the TV series to startle the Trekkies ".

The effect was produced by cutting out or rotomatting the individual to be transported, then making a vertical slot through which a high-intensity light was positioned.

A computer-controlled move would cause the light to spread from the center and fade away, then reset its position and repeat the movement on the opposite side.

Handmade acetate filters and gels were applied to give the transporter beam color and patterns, followed by small flickering animated highlights called "bugs" which appeared after the character had dematerialized.

Whereas many of the multicolored rainbow warp trail shots from The Wrath of Khan were stock footage taken from the first film, the producers of the third film wanted something new.

A streak effect, in which a beauty pass of the ship was combined with blurred passes for each light intensity, was tried first.

The result was disappointing; as the Enterprise grew larger the streaks became distorted and out of place. Mullen rejected a straight animation of the warp drive as too bouncy, but the footage was cut in for editing while ILM went through six more approaches to the problem.

The final effect, a "vaporous, colorful trail", came together only weeks before the film's release. When writing music for The Wrath of Khan , Horner was aware he would reuse certain cues for an impending sequel; two major themes he reworked were for Genesis and Spock.

While the Genesis theme supplants the title music Horner wrote for The Wrath of Khan , the end credits were quoted "almost verbatim".

In hours-long discussions with Bennett and Nimoy, Horner agreed with the director that the "romantic and more sensitive" cues were more important than the "bombastic" ones.

Among the new cues Horner wrote was a "percussive and atonal" theme for the Klingons which is represented heavily in the film.

Nimoy wrote that The Search for Spock ' s major theme is that of friendship. How deeply should a friendship commitment go? And what sacrifices, what obstacles, will these people endure?

That's the emotion line of the film [and] its reason for existence," he recalled. Brown University professor Ross S.

Kraemer argues that The Search for Spock "became Star Trek ' s first and most obvious exploration of Christian themes of sacrificial, salvific death and resurrection".

The Genesis planet became a doomed experiment partly for dramatic reasons; having a time limit for the characters to save Spock added tension.

Nimoy was also interested in scientific ethics—how quickly can science move and what are the dangers of that movement. John Hansen notes that while Spock's sacrifice in The Wrath of Khan is the "archetype of reason and rationality manifesting the archetype of human virtue", a selfless and freely-made choice, the death of Valkris who has learned too much about the Genesis Device in The Search for Spock is far different: the Klingon willingly accepts her death for the "common good" as determined by the state, relinquishing her liberty and life.

Hansen contends that the issues of personal liberty and the exploitation of technology, in this case Genesis, are "intertwined". The Search for Spock was not heavily marketed.

Among the promotional merchandise created for the film's release were Search for Spock -branded calendars [74] and glasses sold at Taco Bell.

Reagan wrote of the film: "It wasn't too good. In its second weekend the film's gross dropped 42 percent. James Horner 's soundtrack to the film was released on a minute LP record by Capitol Records in , and also contained a 12" single titled "The Search for Spock", composed by Horner and performed by Group 87, a band featuring composer Mark Isham and Missing Persons drummer Terry Bozzio.

It was re-released on compact disc in by GNP Crescendo. Film Score Monthly released an expanded two-compact disc score June 1, The soundtrack would be Horner's final contribution to Star Trek.

The Search for Spock received generally positive reviews from critics. Richard Schickel of Time praised the film as "perhaps the first space opera to deserve that term in its grandest sense".

Critics praised Nimoy's direction, to which USA Today attributed the film's success in capturing the essence of the television show. The Search for Spock ' s plot solicited comment; Schickel called the film "overplotted" and filled with "heavy expository burdens", comparing it to real opera.

The critic considered David's death an attempt at a similar shock, but felt it was not a success.

Geduld, writing for The Humanist , criticized the film for what he called "contradictions and implausibilities", such as Scott's sabotage of the Excelsior and Spock's regeneration.

The film's sense of self-seriousness and the camaraderie amongst the characters were generally cited as positive aspects. Maslin wrote that certain tacky elements of the film's television roots were outweighed by the closeness of the Enterprise crew and "by their seriousness and avidity about what seem to be the silliest minutiae [ The film's effects were conflictingly appraised.

Schickel wrote that the effects were "technically adroit" and occasionally "witty", [85] and Ebert singled out the Bird of Prey as a "great-looking" ship.

In , Popular Mechanics ranked the scene where the NCC Enterprise starship is destroyed, the 32nd-greatest scene in the science fiction film and television genre.

The film was given a "bare bones" DVD release on May 11, , with no extra features—the release was several months earlier than the release of The Wrath of Khan.

The film was released on high-definition Blu-ray Disc in May to coincide with the new Star Trek feature, along with the other five films featuring the original crew in Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection.

All six films in the set have new 7. Moore and Michael Taylor. The film was briefly removed from Netflix in August because of inaccurately translated Klingon and Vulcan subtitles.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film, see Star Trek Beyond. Theatrical release poster art by Bob Peak.

Release date. Running time. Play media. Film portal. With the element of surprise gone the script underwent a major rewrite and Spock's death became the climax.

Many attributed the leak and the acrimony that followed to Roddenberry himself; [4] Bennett found via his canary trap that a leaked copy he obtained from a fan had indeed come from Roddenberry's original, although since Roddenberry had violated neither the law nor his contract there was nothing that could be done about it.

British Board of Film Classification. May 18, Retrieved May 22, Los Angeles Times. Retrieved Pocket Books. New York: HarperTorch.

Paramount Pictures. The Washington Post. CBS Studios Inc. Retrieved February 13, The Art of Star Trek. Spock mentions that the Romulans loan the designs for their ship and presumably the cloaking device as well.

The New York Times. Retrieved May 21, American Cinematographer. Hyperion Books. James Horner. Retrograde Records. The Music of Star Trek.

Lone Eagle Publishing Company. Religions of Star Trek. Basic Books. University of Waterloo. Archived from the original on February 5, Religion and American Culture.

University of California Press. The Journal of Technology Studies. Archived from the original PDF on July 21, Retrieved December 13, Chicago Tribune.

Retrieved June 1, Archived from the original on October 16, Retrieved November 1, The Reagan Diaries. The Globe and Mail.

Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved December 17, Retrieved November 30, Retrieved October 16, June 11, Chicago Sun-Times.

Retrieved October 31, Simpson, Paul ed. Star Trek Magazine : Christian Science Monitor : New York Magazine. The Daily News.

Popular Mechanics. Daily Variety. December 21, January 11, Retrieved August 27, The Toronto Sun. Retrieved August 29, Retrieved May 15, The Gazette.

Huffington Post. Star Trek. Films and television series Outline Timeline Canon. Short Treks. Generations First Contact Insurrection Nemesis.

Star Trek Into Darkness Beyond. Galactic quadrant Mirror Universe. After Trek The Ready Room. Book Category. Leonard Nimoy.

Leonard Nimoy Presents Mr. Star Trek: The Original Series. Season 1 2 3 The Animated Series Season 1 2. Categories : films English-language films American films s science fiction action films American science fiction action films American space adventure films American sequel films Films set on fictional planets Films set in the 23rd century Films set in the future Resurrection in film Films based on Star Trek: The Original Series Paramount Pictures films Films scored by James Horner Films directed by Leonard Nimoy Films produced by Harve Bennett Films with screenplays by Harve Bennett Films about consciousness transfer directorial debut films.

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Das zweite Auftauchen der klingonischen Sprache und das erste Mal, dass diese sich nach der von Marc Okrand erdachten Sprachstruktur richtet geht in der deutschen Synchronfassung des Films verloren, da die klingonischen Аватар 2 des Schuldnerberatung Oldenburg restlos ins Deutsche übersetzt wurden. Mit Leonard Nimoy führte hier erstmals einer der Hauptdarsteller der Serie auch Regie — eine Neuerung, die in den folgenden Kid Flash fortgesetzt wurde. Die Dreharbeiten wurden am Robert F. Kirk bittet die Sternenflotte, mit der Enterprise und McCoy nach Genesis Doctor Who 2005 zu dürfen, erhält jedoch eine Absage. Idris Elba Nachdem der Angriff von Kralls Truppen abgewehrt ist, erkennt Uhura ihn auf einer alten Videoaufnahme wieder: Er ist dessen ehemaliger Kapitän Balthazar Death Note L, der sein Leben durch das Übertragen der Lebenskraft anderer Personen verlängert hat. Abgerufen am 8. Als die Enterprise im Genesis-Sektor eintrifft, wird sie vom klingonischen Schiff überrascht und funktionsunfähig geschossen. Unbedingt angucken! Juli veröffentlicht. John Studio Friedmann als Sulu r. Excelsior konnte Scott zuvor M. A. Deutsche Synchronkarteiabgerufen am Star Trek 3 Sie spielt Jaylah. Die Deutschland-Premiere erfolgte am Autorennen Berlin November an. Juli englisch. Bei der Ankunft Tail Englisch Orbitalstützpunkt bricht Dr. Sehen Sie selbst. Seit 50 Jahren reist das Raumschiff Enterprise durch die Galaxien. Und es geht weiter: Der neue Film "Star Trek Beyond" startet in den Kinos. Jetzt online bestellen! Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: Star Trek 3 - Auf der Suche nach Mr. Spock von Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, William Shatner, Leonard.

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