Star Trek (2009)No Extra Scenes During or After the Credits

Movie Details

In Theaters: May 7, 2009
On Video: November 17, 2009
Director(s): J.J. Abrams
Genre(s): Action, Sci-Fi
Production Co.: Bad Robot Productions, Level 1 Entertainment
Distributor(s): Paramount Pictures
MPAA Rating: N/A
Website(s): Official Site
Our Review: N/A
Running Time: 126 minutes
Credits Running Time: N/A

During the Credits

The are no extra scenes during the credits of Star Trek, just graphics during the credits.

After the Credits

There are no extras after the credits of Star Trek.

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  • Alex

    Saw the movie at a press screening, NO SCENE AFTER THE CREDITS

  • Alex

    Saw the movie at a press screening, NO SCENE AFTER THE CREDITS

  • richard

    Saw the IMAX version, Movie is dedicated to Gene and Majel Barret Roddenberry at end of credits but there is no scene at the end of the credits

  • richard

    Saw the IMAX version, Movie is dedicated to Gene and Majel Barret Roddenberry at end of credits but there is no scene at the end of the credits

  • krysjez

    The end credits have lovely music though.

  • krysjez

    The end credits have lovely music though.

  • Ben

    There is however, a nice big bang of the warp speed sound effect after the music has finished!

  • Ben

    There is however, a nice big bang of the warp speed sound effect after the music has finished!

  • jlbalb

    after the credits it sounds like someone says “spock”
    in a garbled voice, maybe nero?

  • jlbalb

    i believe nero lives at the end, these are the clues in the order which i discovered them;

    clue 1) at the very end of the credits, a sound is heard that others have attributed to the warp sound of a ship, however, i also hear someone saying “spock” during that warp sound, maybe nero?

    clue 2) during the end credits, the last space object you see is a black hole, which you also fall into, perhaps a clue to look at the details of nero’s ship being destroyed by the black hole at the end of the movie,

    clue 3) when kirk is offering to help nero, you can see nero’s ship flash in the upper left hand screen, so that if nero is in an escape pod , rather than his big disintegrating mining ship, that would put him in the lower right part of the screen, if you were to look at the scene in a master shot,

    clue 4) and sure enough, jj abrahms gives you that master shot, for if you look at the final destruction scene of the mining ship, just after spock turns around to look at the viewing screen, you will see two lights that never separate (as they would if they were debris), those two lights are at the bottom right of the enterprise viewing screen and track to the left, as if they were a pod ship escaping the big mining
    ship, as well as the black hole of course,

    clue 5) i felt like an idiot when i figured this one out, just after the
    red matter ignites, all the romulans are running around in a panic, but nero, very determined i might add, sits at a (pod ship?) console, why?
    to talk to kirk and spock?, as jj abrahms tricks us into thinking?
    that’s pretty silly if you think about it,

    clue 6) jj abrahms and the writers have confessed that they wanted to emulate the star wars movies, rather than the other star trek movies, in order to bring a fresh fast paced feel to the star trek franchise, there are numerous examples of nods to star wars in this picture, but one that is missing is the fact that darth vader survived in the original (1977) star wars, this was quite a shock back then as it was probably one of the first pop-movies to do that, if i am correct, then jj abrahms wanted to do star wars one better and hide, though with plenty of clues, the fact that the villain lives at the movie, and as most fans of jj abrahms know, he is not one to shy away from conspiracy theories,