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Signatures at the end of the film Edit
I notice nothing has been mentioned in the article about the sequence of signatures at the end of the film. I think it would be proper to include this, either at the bottom of the synopsis or as part of the production notes. For best presentation, I figure a list of the names in order, with a slideshow on the right, would present this final part best. Any thoughts, concerns, reasons not to do this? —WhosAsking (talk) 14:16, July 8, 2015 (UTC)
- I'm not aware of those, but that sounds like a notable thing and something that would be valuable to add. I'm guessing the Miscellaneous section of the background information section would be the correct place to add this. Those kinds of sections don't support the kind of layout stuff you're suggesting very well, but do your best and I'm sure if it can be better someone will come in and tweak it further. (if it's valid information, we'll just have to find a way, to include it) In short, I'd say go for it! -- Capricorn (talk) 17:53, July 9, 2015 (UTC)
Reboot reference? Edit
Found on the "Story and production" section:
"In the alternate reality of Star Trek Into Darkness, Uhura — who may have had a different education from that of the Prime Uhura — does speak Klingonese (or as she and Captain Kirk refer to it, "Klingon"). "
Or the real life explanation, which is... JJ Abrahms admittedly never watched or conerned himself with the original Trek. He didn't know or care about continuity in the slightest. They were money maker action movies.
You'd have to devote an entire webpage to trying to explain every continuity problem those movies cause. It's so not even worth the effort to try and shoehorn them into canon at all. --Julie Bee (talk) 21:38, October 3, 2016 (UTC)