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It's high up on our list of summer must-sees and even though we thought we'd seen the last of the trailers for it, Paramount has unveiled a new look at Star Trek Into Darkness.

The latest tease gives us an even darker idea of the crew of the Enterprise will experience in the sequel, including the ship itself being destroyed. Or is it? etc.

We also get some new action and some more evil Cumberbatch.

That's our tickets booked then.

Star Trek Into Darkness hits cinemas on May 9

(Images: All Star)

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