‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ TV Spot Questions Spock’s Motives [Video]

The latest Star Trek Into Darkness TV spot questions Spock’s motives.

Here is a recap of what we know so far about Star Trek Into Darkness. Captain Kirk’s (Chris Pine) superior still thinks he’s too cocky and will eventually lose all control and get everybody killed in the process. There may be a moment that reflects the scene between Spock (Zachary Quinto) and Captain Kirk from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, as the famous Spock line is used. There will be a point where the Enterprise is grounded as Captain Kirk must match wits with the villain John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch). Star Trek Into Darkness stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, and John Cho, and is directed by J. J. Abrams.

In this TV spot, John Harrison is playing mind games with Spock, questioning his motives.

The TV spot begins with John Harrison saying, “Mister Spock, the mind of the Enterprise…”

We see Spock giving his full attention to someone or something that has him on edge, and possibly a closeup of John Harrison’s face in black and white.

Harrison continues, “The fearless genius who ensures that a calm force of intelligence guides their every mission…”

We see Spock turning his head to look off to his left, and the crew going about their business as usual as he stares in pure focus at something in front of him.

Harrison speaks throughout, “But look deeper and you will see an outsider who does not belong.”

We see Spock in a space suit probably waiting for something.

“A man of two worlds. This tears him apart, this constant battle between what he thinks and what he feels. What does he do? Does he follow his head, embracing logic and the path of reason, or does he follow his heart, knowing the emotions he cannot control may destroy him?”

The rest of the TV spot is above.

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