User Rating: -55

Star Trek Into Darkness (2013): Extras During the Credits

Posted by and on May 17, 2013

Theatrical Release Date: May 15, 2013
Video Release Date: September 10, 2013
Director(s): J.J. Abrams
Actor(s): Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, John Cho, Bruce Greenwood, Alice Eve, Peter Weller
Genre(s): Action & Adventure, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Production Co.: Bad Robot, Skydance Productions
Distributor(s): Paramount Pictures
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Website(s): Official Site, Facebook, Twitter
Viral Websites: Are You the 1701 (Facebook & Twitter)
Our Review: 4.5 out of 5
Running Time: 132 minutes
Credits Running Time: 8 minutes
Are the extras during the credits worth sticking around for?

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Results: 65 Yes, 120 No | Rating: -55 (from 185 votes)

During the Credits

The first two minutes of the credits of Star Trek Into Darkness move through 3D scenes of the galaxy with typical J.J. Abrams’ lens flare and a palette of different colors. This is followed by a dedication to post-9/11 veterans, and there are no other extras during the rest of the credits.

After the Credits

There is no stinger after the credits of Star Trek Into Darkness.

Special thanks to Dominic Kwaczynski for the stinger submission!

  • Dominic Kwaczynski

    The initial credits move through 3D scenes of the galaxy with typical lens flare and a palette of different colours, with a rousing score by Michael Giacchino. Nothing after.

    The film was a great adventure that stands on it own. It holds a few surprises, particularly for long-time fans, but it is mostly just an entertaining sci-fi romp.

  • aaron r wills

    Running time 2 hours 12 minutes. Credits running time 8 minutes

  • Diskiewicz

    There are definitely moments that left my mouth agape and in IMAX 3D you better believe it!

  • 602boxer

    There is no point in staying, there are no extras after the credits.

  • John Connor

    Dedication to 9/11 ? What exactly is it?

    • Vinnie Leduc

      I don’t remember the exact words, but here’s some info from wikipedia: The film was dedicated to post-9/11 veterans. This is due to director J. J. Abrams’ connection to The Mission Continues,
      a nonprofit organization that serves as a framework for United States
      military veterans to do community service work when they return home
      from overseas.

  • Paul Curtin

    Can’t believe so many people saying you shouldnt stick around during the credits… the 3D was beautiful!

  • Chris

    what about the tng music heard right at the end of the credits?

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