Spock pouts! The gag reel from J.J. Abrams' Star Trek

A bootleg gag reel from J.J. Abrams' Star Trek movie, which is presumably on the upcoming DVD/Blu-ray, has found its way onto the Internet, and before Paramount got it pulled from YouTube, it wound up on JoBlo.com.

Click on the link above to watch it before it vanishes from there as well. We'd embed it here, but who needs a movie studio sending cease and desist letters for violating copyright?

The reel of outtakes from Abrams' hit movie contains the usual blown lines, some impolite language, joshing around on set, some dancing, some funny faces, the usual. The Star Trek DVD/Blu-ray drops on Nov. 17.

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