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Abrams Universe:

Movies (2009-Present)

After the cancellation of Enterprise, J. J. Abrams took over the Star Trek franchise. His approach was smart: not to reboot the series, exactly, but to set his new movies in an alternate universe, parallel to the long-established one. To connect the two, his first film (2009, titled simply Star Trek) featured Spock and a new villain (Nero) plucked from the original timeline after the events of the Next Generation era. This provided a symbolic passing of the torch. The movie proved the most successful Star Trek film to date at the box office. Star Trek was back.

A sequel, Star Trek into Darkness (also directed by Abrams), followed in 2013.

Star Trek movie

directed by J. J. Abrams; written by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman; 127 minutes; released 8 May 2009

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Star Trek into Darkness

directed by J. J. Abrams; written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, and Damon Lindelof; 133 minutes; released 16 May 2013 (in U.S, but debuted in Sydney on 23 Apr 2013)

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