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Lately Star Trek has been rocking our world with all sorts of awesome — including a very intense TV spot last week — but these new international posters are well, bad — save for the one in which the Golden Gate bridge is about to be pummeled by an energy beam. They feature the same one or two images just photoshopped together differently, with different languages laid over them, again, save for the one at the bottom (which is awesome). One could call it lazy marketing, but then again we aren’t talking about 5 domestic posters here, these are going to be released in different countries — namely the U.K., Germany, Australia and Italy respectively.

Have a look at the new posters below — U.K. version courtesy of Empire, others courtesy of ScreenWeek. Despite these obvious marketing follies, the film will likely rock when it hits theaters on May 8, 2009.

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What do you think of these fancy new posters? Any of them making it to your wall space?


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