Star Trek (2009) - Illustrated Reference

Director J.J. Abrams with the Enterpise crew
Director J.J. Abrams with the Enterpise crew

Star Trek was directed by J.J. Abrams. It premiered on the 8th May 2009. Starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Zoe Saldana, Bruce Greenwood, Eric Bana and Leonard Nimoy. Screenplay by Roberto Orci & Alex Kurtzman. Music by Michael Giacchino. 127mins.

Starfleet cadet Jim Kirk joins the crew of the USS Enterprise under the command of Captain Christopher Pike. Responding to a distress signal from Vulcan, the Enterprise encounters a massive Romulan ship The Narada. The ship’s Captain Nero is blaming Spock and the Federation for the destruction of his home planet.

After the failure of the last movie Star Trek Nemesis (2002) and the cancellation of the last series Star Trek: Enterprise (2001-2005) the franchise was put on hold. In 2007 Gail Berman head of Paramount studios approached the writers and director of the hit movie Mission Impossible III if they would be interested in working on a new Star Trek film with an all new cast. Production on the 11th Star Trek film began in November 2007.

Chris Pine
Chris Pine
Zachary Quinto
Zachary Quinto
Karl Urban
Karl Urban
Zoe Saldana
Zoe Saldana
Anton Yelchin
Anton Yelchin


Kirk: Who was that pointy-eared bastard?
McCoy: I don't know, but I like him.

Chris Pine (1980-) / Jim Kirk

Born in Los Angeles, California, Chris Pine's films include - Smoking Aces (2006), Unstoppable (2010), This Means War (2012), People Like Us (2012) and Rise of the Guardians (2012).

Spock: Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.

Zachary Quinto (1977-) / Spock

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Zachary Quinto's films include - Girl Walks into a Bar (2011), What's Your Nunber (2011). TV series - Heroes (2006-2010 as Sylar).

Karl Urban (1972-) / Leonard “Bones” McCoy

Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Karl Urban's films include - The Lord of the Rings II The Two Towers (2002), The Lord of the Rings III Return of the King (2003), The Chronicles of Riddick (2004), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), Doom (2005), Pathfinder (2007), Red (2010), Priest (2011) and Dredd (2012).

Scotty: So, the Enterprise has had its maiden voyage, has it? She is one well-endowed lady. I'd like to get my hands on her "ample nacelles," if you pardon the engineering parlance...

Simon Pegg (1970-) / Montgomery Scott

Born in Gloucester, England, Simon Pegg's films include - Shaun of the Dead (2004), Mission Impossible III (2006), Hot Fuzz (2007), Run Fatboy Run (2007), Burke and Hare (2010), Paul (2011), Adventures of Tintin (2011), Mission Impossible IV (2011) and A Fantastic Fear of Everything (2012).

Zoe Saldana (1978-) / Nyota Uhura

Born in Passaic, New Jersey, Zoe Saldana's films include - Pirates of the Caribbean - Curse of the Black Pearl (2004), The Terminal (2004), Avatar (2009 as Neytiri), Death at a Funeral (2010), The Losers (2010), Takers (2010), Colombiana (2011) and The Words (2012).

John Cho (1972) / Hikaru Sulu

Born in Seoul, South Korea, John Cho's films include - American Pie (1999), American Pie 2 (2001), American Wedding (2003), Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), American Dreamz (2006), Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008), A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Xmas (2011), American Reunion (2012) and Total Recall (2012).

Pike: Russian whizkid, what's your name? Chanko? Cherpov?
Chekov: Ensign Chekov, Pavel Andreievich, sir.

Anton Yelchin (1989-) / Pavel Chekov

Born in Leningrad, Russia, Anton Yelchin's films include - Along Came a Spider (2001), Alpha Dog (2006), Charlie Bartlett (2007), Terminator Salvation (2009) and Fright Night (2011).

Eric Bana
Eric Bana
Leonard Nimoy
Leonard Nimoy
Ben Cross
Ben Cross
Winona Ryder
Winona Ryder
Simon Pegg
Simon Pegg
Bruce Greenwood
Bruce Greenwood
John Cho
John Cho
Chris Hemsworth
Chris Hemsworth

Nero: Fire everything!

Eric Bana (1968-) / Nero

Nero is a Romulan commander bent on revenge after his homeworld is destroyed.

When Spock stops a supernova from threatening the galaxy by injecting it with “red matter” he is too late to stop the destruction of Romulus.

The black hole created by the nova sucks Nero and his ship the Narada into it along with Spock and his ship the Jellyfish. They travel back to the past, Nero to the year 2233 and Spock to 2258.

Born in Melbourne, Australia, Eric Bana's films include - Chopper (2000), Black Hawk Down (2001), Hulk (2003), Troy (2004), Munich (2005), The Other Boleyn Girl (2008), The Time Traveler's Wife (2009), Hanna (2011) and Deadfall (2012).

Leonard Nimoy (1931-) / Spock

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Star Trek legend Leonard Nimoy plays Spock or Spock Prime as he's listed in the credits, after saving the galaxy from a dangerous supernova, he and his ship are swept into a black hole emerging in the year 2258 where he is captured by Nero.

The Romulan blames him for the destruction of his planet. He maroons Spock on Delta Vega and than uses a portion of “red matter” he finds on board Spock’s ship to destroy the planet Vulcan.

Ben Cross (1947-) / Sarek

Born in London, England, Ben Cross's films include - Chariots of Fire (1981), The Unholy (1988), Paperhouse (1988), First Knight (1995), Turbulence (1997), The Order (2001), Exorcist The Beginning (2004) and War, Inc (2008).

Winona Ryder (1971-) / Amanda Grayson

Born in Winona, Minnesota, Winona Ryder has been Oscar nominated Best Supporting Actress for The Age of Innocence (1993) and Best Actress for Little Women (1994). Her films include - Beetlejuice (1988), Heathers (1988), Great Balls of Fire (1989), Edward Scissorhands (1990), Mermaids (1990), Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), Alien Resurrection (1997), Girl Interrupted (1999), Mr. Deeds (2002), A Scanner Darkly (2006), Black Swan (2010) and The Dilemma (2011).

Pike: Your aptitude tests are off the charts, so what is it? You like being the only genius level repeat offender in the Midwest?
Kirk: We done?
Pike: You know your father was Captain of a Starship for 12 minutes. He saved 800 lives. Including your mother's and yours. I dare you to do better.

Bruce Greenwood (1956-) / Christopher Pike

Born in Quebec, Canada, Bruce Greenwood's films include - Passenger 57 (1992), Rules of Engagement (2000). Thirteen Days (2000 as JFK), The Core (2003), I, Robot (2004), Deja Vu (2006) and Super 8 (2011).

George Kirk: What are we going to call him?
Winona Kirk: We could name him after your father.
George Kirk: Tiberius? You kidding me? No, that's the worst. Let's name him after your dad. Let's call him Jim.

Chris Hemsworth (1983-) / George Kirk

George Kirk is First Officer on board the USS Kelvin. When Captain Robau is killed by Nero, Kirk is next in command. After a battle with Nero’s ship, the Kelvin is severely damaged.

The crew evacuate but Kirk stays on board, his wife Winona gives birth to James Kirk on one of the evacuation shuttles, after tearfully relaying the news to him George Kirk dies with his ship.

Born in Melbourne Australia, Chris Hemsworth was a regular on the Australian soap Home and Away (2004-2007) before being cast as the God of Thunder in Thor (2011). His other films include - A Perfect Getaway (2009), Cabin in the Woods (2012), The Avengers (2012) and Snow White and the Huntsman (2012).

Spock: Acting Captain's Log, Stardate 2258.42. We have had no word from Captain Pike. I therefore classified him as a hostage of the war criminal known as Nero. Nero, who has destroyed my home planet and most of its six billion inhabitants. While the essence of our culture has been saved in the elders who now reside upon this ship, I estimate that only about 10,000 Vulcans have survived. I am now a member of an endangered species.

Director J.J. Abrams (1966-) has admitted to being more of a Star Wars fan than a Star Trek fan. And he had not seen the previous film Star Trek: Nemesis (2002). He did admire creator Gene Roddenberry’s vision of an optimistic future and he loved the idea of a starship exploring the galaxy for strange new worlds and new civilisations.

A rumour swept the internet that Matt Damon was cast as James Kirk, but in an interview Abrams said that Damon was too old for the part.

Chris Pine did his homework by watching old episodes and reading encyclopedias about the universe of Star Trek.

Karl Urban was already a huge fan of Star Trek never dreaming he would one day play McCoy on the big screen.,

Zoe Saldana had never watched the show but her mother was a fan and was always sending her info on Uhura.

J.J. Abrams had Zachary Quinto’s fingers glued together so that his Vulcan salute looked natural.

Jeffrey Hunter (1926-1969) played Pike in the original Star Trek unaired pilot The Cage (1966).

There was an excised subplot featuring Nero and his crew being captured by the Klingons and taken to the prison planet of Rura Penthe. Nero loses part of his ear when they escape the prison planet.

An early draft of the script featured the character of Harry Mudd, played by Roger C. Carmel (1932-1986) in two episodes of the original series of Star Trek.

The USS Enterprise is 718 meters long in the film. In contrast Nero’s ship the Narada is 5 miles long

No models were built for the film all the spaceships were computer generated. Star Trek contained over 1000 special effects shots from various companies including ILM and Digital Domain.

Star Trek was nominated for four Oscars, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects and winning Best Makeup. The only Star Trek film so far to win an Oscar.

Michael Giacchino (1967-) composed the excellent music score for the film which also incorporates Alexander Courage’s classic 60’s theme over the end credits. Giacchino won an Oscar for Pixar’s Up (2009) and a nomination for Ratatouille (2007).

Star Trek cost $150m to make, it was a huge box office hit with an impressive opening weekend of $75m ending its US run with $257m, and a worldwide total of $385m.

The Star Trek reboot got thumbs up from critics, moviegoers and fans “The best prequel ever” according to The Boston Globe.

I enjoyed the film a great deal and thought all the actors were spot on in their roles, Michael Giacchino's music was a huge plus.

If I had to complain about something it would be the overuse of lens flares and the villain Nero was really rather one note.

The crew of the Starship Enterprise will return in the next Star Trek adventure - Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013) directed by J.J. Abrams.


The Critics Wrote –

"A bright, shiny blast from a newly imagined past, “Star Trek,” the latest spinoff from the influential television show, isn’t just a pleasurable rethink of your geek uncle’s favorite science-fiction series. It’s also a testament to television’s power as mythmaker, as a source for some of the fundamental stories we tell about ourselves, who we are and where we came from.

The famous captain (William Shatner, bless his loony lights) and creator (Gene Roddenberry, rest in peace) may no longer be on board, but the spirit of adventure and embrace of rationality that define the show are in full swing, as are the chicks in minis and kicky boots." (New York Times)

"The new movie essentially intends to reboot the franchise with younger characters and carry on as before. The movie deals with narrative housekeeping. Perhaps the next one will engage these characters in a more challenging and devious story, one more about testing their personalities than re-establishing them. In the meantime, you want space opera, you got it." (Roger Ebert)

"Blasting onto the screen at warp speed and remaining there for two hours, the new and improved “Star Trek” will transport fans to sci-fi nirvana. Faithful enough to the spirit and key particulars of Gene Roddenberry’s original conception to keep its torchbearers happy but, more crucially, exciting on its own terms in a way that makes familiarity with the franchise irrelevant.

J.J. Abrams’ smart and breathless space adventure feels like a summer blockbuster that just couldn’t stay in the box another month." (Variety)

"For those too young to remember the original TV series and its spin-off movies, or (like me) unconvinced that they were in all respects works of untrammelled genius, the movie ticks all the boxes as regards big set pieces. We see space battles, planets sucked into black holes, chases, space aliens. Stupendous special effects and a magnificent score by Michael Giacchino make it a treat for the eyes and ears...

The result is not only by far the best of the 11 Star Trek movies, it must rank as the outstanding prequel of all time." (Chris Tookey)

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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

I seem to be in the minority here-re:critics-in that I wish they would have left the series alone. I know that Nimoy loved it, but I don't want to see it.

I see that they put Checkov on the Enterprise when we've been talking about how he wasn't on the Enterprise right away.

I find it halarious that Chris Pine is the name of the actor playing Kirk because the original Captain of the Enterprise in the pilot and the episode "Menagerie" was Captain Christopher Pike, just one letter off. Hahahhahahaha!That I think is great irony, but no one ever mentions this.

That line you quote as Spock saying. I seem to recall his human ancestry is supposed to include being related to Sherlock Holmes. That quote they gave him is a word for word rip off of Sherlock's words in the book The Sign of Four. He and Watson are discussing how the murderer escaped the room.

I do not see any resemblance between Deforest Kelley and the new actor playing McCoy.

Okay, part-rant part-trivia rambling ended.


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Yep that quote of Spock's was used by old Spock in The Undiscovered Country where he refers to Holmes as an ancestor of his, without naming him. :)

Your comments are appreciated Flora, thanks for posting.


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Rosie2010 5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

Hiya Steve, I just watched Star Trek the other week and I loved it. I thought all the new people who played the characters did an excellent job. I just love it when the chemistry of the actors gel and the result is awesome. I would have wanted to see more of Chris Hemsworth tho'. lol Chris Pine did a wonderful job as Captain Kirk, and Zachary Quinto is so adorable as Spock. My son loved it too.. he's 24.. he already watched the movie when it came out in the theaters, but he watched it again with me. Great review and your presentation is way cool. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your review and the quotes. Voted up and awesome! Cheers!

Have a nice day,

Rosie


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Cheers Rosie. I'm glad you enjoyed the film and the hub, thank you for the kind words.

Casting those actors is the secret of its success.


ruffridyer 5 years ago from Dayton, ohio

A very good hub on a very good movie. I was especially impressed with Karl Urban's protrayel of Bones. It was like he was channeling Deforst Kelly.

I do wonder though While the future was changed was it fate that all the original crew would end up on the enterprise? Also was Captain Pike fated to end his days as a cripple? He ended up in a wheelchair in the original series.

I wonder to will old spock reveal different problems the federation will face in the future?


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Thank you ruffridyer, I liked Urban's McCoy too and I'm looking forward to the next Trek.


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Mentalist acer 5 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

This new timeline both opens a whole new license to creative realities but alienates the whole catalog of prior Star Trek continuities...I for one am able to accept that two different dimensional timelines can exist but can the average viewer? I also thought the casting was exceptional and an important part of the success of this movie.;)


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Cogerson 5 years ago from Virginia

I thought this reboot was nearly perfect.....as for your complaint about the overuse of lens flares....I agree just a few too many of them....but other than that...you have to give J.J. Abrahams all kinds of credit for this great success.

I think the casting is incredible, and I could buy all the new actors playing our "old" classic characters. And having Nimoy back as Spock was a great move....talking about how to pass the banton corectly....which gets me to my favorite part of the movie...when Nimoy does his finally lines as the crew is taking off.....that came from a suggestion from Nimoy that Abrahams smartly accepted.

After seeing Karl Urban is this movie and in Red....I became a much bigger fan of his....I look forward to seeing what he is going to do with Bones McCoy in the future Trek movies.

Thank you for doing such a great job on the Star Trek movies....they were fun to read.....and thanks for getting me excited about revisiting the Next Generation movies....voted up and awesome and interesting.....once again...fantastic job.


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Mentalist Acer, Cogerson, appreciate the comments as always.

Acer, one of the biggest problems I had with the alternate timeline is Spock's romance with Uhura. What the hell?

Cogerson, Karl Urban is getting more popular, he is a charismatic actor. It was great seeing old Spock in there, assuring audiences that the shiny new film is still connected to the original Trek mythology.

Thanks for reading and enjoying the hubs, not sure what I'll do next. I may give series a break and choose single films. Cheers.


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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

I'm of two minds about this film. On one hand it works but on the other it doesn't.

What works: It's a very good action film. It's an exciting, kinetic, fast-paced bit of mindless, escapist fun. If you want to just shut your brain off and enjoy the action and special effects, this is a great action film.

What does not work: This is absolutely NOT Star Trek! When J.J. Abrams announced "this is not your father's Star Trek", he wasn't kidding around. Gene Roddenberry's idea was to make a thoughtful, socially relevant metaphor for the issues of the sixties. Although the network insisted on at least one action scene per episode, the focus was on the ideas. Lots of episodes had a moral. It was cerebral. The reboot isn't.

This new film works on the level of "Transformers", which was also a huge hit due to its level of action and special FX. The reboot is fun, no doubt, but it's not Star Trek.

If this film had a different title besides 'Star Trek', I would have enjoyed it more as a space shoot-em-up with excellent effects. Unfortunatley, when you take the name of a known franchise, there are certain expectations that go with it and this film didn't meet them.

I also didn't like the way they rewrote the history of the series. I would have preferred they just did a straight prequel (as they had planned to do several years earlier with the proposed "Star Fleet Academy" film.) Instead, they did the Time Travel thing again (which had already been used in "Voyage Home" and "First Contact") and erased 40 years of 'Trek' history by having the Romulans alter time from the day of Kirk's birth. They should either stick with the established continuity or do an unconnected reboot. Not both. You don't mess with classic Trek.

There were also aspects of the plot that I thought didn't work, such as a Star Fleet cadet who washed out of the academy being instantly promoted to Captain of the flagship of the Federation on the strength of one mission. There must have been a lot of veteren officers angry about that one! (Also, why was Chekov in the academy at the same time as Kirk when he's supposed to be 12 years younger than Kirk.)

Again, if this movie was called Star Journey or Space Trek, and they changed the character's names, I would have had a blast watching a video-game like action flick. But this just is NOT Star Trek!

Rob


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Well Rob I had a feeling we won't be on the same page on this one. Let me say this if the film was so anti-Star Trek Leonard Nimoy would never have appeared in it. I mean it's not like he was gagging to play Spock again. Just because it has plenty of action doesn't make it second cousin to the Transformer films. The film has a villain out for revenge, so did Wrath of Khan. There is no overt silliness, the film is played mostly straight, there is tragedy and comedy. The characters play well off each other. Gene Roddenberry's basic vision is still there. It's still Star Trek in my book, only louder and with a lot more lens flares. :)


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

I agree, Rob. I pretend this film doesn't exist in the Star Trek universe. Remember too that that in the "second" pilot with Sally Kellerman, there was an older doctor than McCoy who doesn't appear in the film and is not mentioned-yet he is obviously the head of the medical department. Kirk goes on his first mission with the father of the young man we meet in an episode of the original series. The episode title escapes me but there was an ameoba like creature who had killed half a crew -Kirk survived and blamed himself for not doing more to kill it. All this happened BEFORE KIRK MET EITHER BONES OR SPOCK! Then in the "present" time, Kirk risks his ship to go after it in an obsession to kill it before it reproduces by fission. Kirk, Bones and Spock were NEVER at star Fleet together.

Hollywood always insists on ruining things. Just like they they ruined Peter Graves' s whole career at Paramount by making Mr. Phelps a traitor in the first Mission Impossible film-a series I refuse to see- they have to go and ruin Star Trek.

I have to pretend that this move does not exist or I cannot ever watch another episode of the original series. Because the nothing happened in the tv show that fits this movie. Nothing.

and just because Nimoy likes the way the first time Bones and Kirk meet in the film doesn't make it any more "logical" when they DID NOT ATTEND STAR FLEET AT THE SAME TIME. Kelley was born just after WWI ended.


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

Ran out of time to edit. I wanted to add that Shatner being born in 1931 the actors are not the same ages. Nimoy playing an alien doesn't count although he too spent lots of time with Captain Pike before he ever met Kirk. that ignored too.


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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

Hi Steve; I admit it was fun. Very lively and exciting. Definitely fun. But I still maintain it wasn't in the spirit of Star Trek. I know that when Nimoy signed for the film they had a totally different script which was a straight sequel and didn't have the whole time travel/change history thing. (It was supposed to be about Spock telling his life story on his deathbead) And I'm sure he was well paid. Back in the day, Roddenberry wanted to decrease the level of actiojn instead of increasing it, which is why his ST:TNG was more dialogue oriented tha classic Trek.

The reboot is a fun, exciting film, certainly. And I can understand why they needed to add more action for modern audiences. It sells. All the recent remakes have more action. (Mission Impossible, Charlies Angels, A-Team, Sherlock Holmes, etc.) I get it.

That's just my opinion. Don't be offended.

Rob


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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

Hi Flora; I agree with you. I just pretend this is an unrelated film about different characters and i can enjoy it more. I like it as an action film, I just don't like it as a Star Trek film.

(I hated what they did with Phelps in Mission Impossible.)

I'm not disregarding Steve's opinion. I'm glad he enjoyed it so much. We just don't agree on this one.

Rob


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

Rob-I get very attached to my favourite characters. I was shouting at Paramount that owns both franchises, not at Steve.


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

speaking of Paramount owning both franchises-three actors in Star Trek have been on Mission Impossible. Of course, Nimoy was martin landau's replacement on the M.I. series. In the original season of M.I. -before Graves joined the cast-George Takei guest starred as a member of the team. ln a later season Shatner guest starred as a bad guy.


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Robwrite 5 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

Did you know that Shatner and Nimoy first appeared on-screen together in a 'Man From Uncle" episode?


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FloraBreenRobison 5 years ago

Rob-yes, I did although I haven't seen it yet. I'll have to see if it is on youtube.


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Cogerson 5 years ago from Virginia

Well normally I agree with Rob and Flora...but I am standing beside you Mr. Lensman on this one....I love this movie...and I am looking forward to seeing Star Trek 10. I choose to think that the future has been changed but not enough to erase the events of the 79 episodes and the 6 movies...I think the only thing that can not happen is Spock returning to his home planet...but he can still return to wherever Prime Spock sets up the new colony(and you know the Federation gave them a prime location...location location location). Just my thought.


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Thank you Bruce, good to have someone on my side occasionally [wink].

I think the newly rebooted Star Trek will get better as they go along and people get used to the actors. It's science fiction anything can happen, maybe they'll find Vulcan's katra and bring it back to life [snigger].

I wonder if the newly outed Spock will make a pass at Kirk and ignore Uhura in the next one?


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Packy 5 years ago

Loved the movie. I was waiting for someone to yell "Kahnnnnnn!!!" though. What? It could happen.

Good to see you in action one more time.


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Steve Lensman 5 years ago from London, England Author

Thanks for posting Packy, they might confront Khaaaaan in this new timeline but who should play him? Gerard Butler? Javier whatsisname? William Shatner? Oh I give up.

Packy? Name sounds familiar.


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rabbit75 4 years ago

Steve, I loved this movie as well, and it was a great twist on the Star Trek mythos...as for William Shatner playing Khan? That would be just too weird! Once again, a great hub with amazing pictures and references!


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

Thanks rabbit75, William Shatner is 81 years old! Whoa!

What they should do in the next Star Trek movie is get Shatner to say the famous line "Space the Final frontier..." they had Leonard Nimoy say it in this movie, it would be cool for the fans.

I updated all my Star Trek hubs, they were getting old. :)


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mkott 4 years ago from Reno, Nevada

Loved this movie. My favorite Star Trek movie.


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England Author

It is an enjoyable, well-cast movie, thanks for commenting mkott.

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