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7/22/2013 2:06:55 PM, by Guido Henkel

Star Trek: Into Darkness arrives in September

Paramount Home Entertainment has announced the upcoming release of Star Trek: Into Darkness, scheduling a Blu-Ray and DVD version for September.
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” follows the crew of the Enterprise as a shocking act of terror on Earth sends them on a manhunt to capture an unstoppable force of destruction and bring those responsible to justice.
On the Blu-Ray version you will find a 1080p high definition version of the film with 7.1 Dolby Digital TrueHD audio, along with a solid number of extras, such as Creating the Red Planet, where you can experience the creation of a never-before-seen alien world, as featured in the action-packed opening sequence of the film.
Also included is Attack on Starfleet, a look behind the scenes with the cast and filmmakers and witness the creation of the shocking attack on Starfleet Headquarters, and The Klingon Home World, in which you can discover the stunning world of Kronos, and see how the filmmakers reinvented the Klingons for a new generation.
Further, look for The Enemy of My Enemy, in which you will find out how, and why, the identity of the film’s true villain was kept a mystery to the very end. whereas Ship to Ship gives you an in-depth and thrilling look at the filming of the iconic space jump sequence, which both defied the laws of physics and pushed the limits of visual effects.
Brawl by the Bay allows you to sit in with Zachary Quinto and Benedict Cumberbatch as they revisit their intense preparation for the film’s breathtaking climax, while Continuing the Mission offers up an inspiring look at the partnership between the film’s crew and the organization that assists returning veterans to find meaningful ways to contribute on the home front.
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” will be available as a Blu-Ray 3D/Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo for $54.99, a Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo for $39.99 and as a DVD version for $29.99 on September 10.

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