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Star Trek (2009) Deleted Scene: Klingons Interrogate Nero

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Star Trek (2009) Deleted Scene: Klingons Interrogate Nero is pretty badass. J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek (2009) had some big plot holes and this Star Trek (2009) Nero interrogated by Klingons deleted scene plugs a very small one, though I hear the comic book does it better. The small hole I spoke is: What was Nero and his crew doing for 25 years as they waited for Spock to appear? I watched the Nero Interrogation Scene from Star Trek (2009) twice last night during Scream 2009 and on the award shows’ repeat. Obviously this is not the entire scene because it is never explains how Nero and some of his crew were caught by the Klingons in the first place or whether or not the Centurion slug was inserted into his mouth. I must say, this was a brilliant marketing tool for the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release for Star Trek (2009), much like the release of Hollis Mason’s Death Scene was for Watchmen: Director’s Cut. Watch the Star Trek (2009) Deleted Scene: Klingons Interrogate Nero below and leave your thoughts on it.

Source: SlashFilm

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