In space, movies before the earthbound release
ABOARD THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION- The new "Star Trek" film allowed the crew of the International Space Station to boldly go where no one has gone before since they saw it days before it debuted on earth. "Star Trek Into Darkness" opens Thursday and the crew not only saw it in 3-D but also in Zero-G. NASA says the movie was beamed up to the station Monday and the two Russians and one American on board had the chance to watch it on Tuesday on their laptops. Film stars Chris Pine, Alice Eve and John Cho, plus the director and screenwriter, take part in a Goggle+ hangout with U.S. astronaut Chris Cassidy on Thursday.
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