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Director J.J. Abrams, left, British actress Alice Eve, second left, U.S actors, Chris Pine, third left, and Zachary Quinto, pose for photographers during a press conference for their film "Star Trek Into Darkness" in Tokyo, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
Have you ever wondered, "What's the worst Star Trek movie ever made?"

If so, I bet you haven't been to a convention either. Anyway, it's "Star Trek Into Darkness," according to most fans.

At the Creation Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas last weekend, "Star Trek" fans celebrated nearly 50 years of Gene Roddenberry's classic sci-fi franchise, but they wanted to make sure they made one thing abundantly clear: They hated the newest film. More than "Star Trek: Nemesis" and more than "Star Trek: The Motion Picture."

"Star Trek Into Darkness" was unquestionably their least favorite "Star Trek" movie.

But "Star Trek Into Darkness" proved a hit with general audiences.

The J.J. Abrams follow-up to the 2009 reboot "Star Trek" grossed $226 million in North America and an additional $225 million from the international box office. The film also got positive reviews.

Mark and Monica,

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