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I guess I became a Trekkie after seeing Star Trek, although I did like TOS and TNG as a kid. I help maintain articles related to the Alternate reality and adding pictures from the movie thanks to excellent online galleries from Trekcore and Trekcaps.

Anyone find it funny the best films were directed by someone who never even watched Star Trek and someone who preferred Star Wars?

Also, we only get a canonical addition every four years now, is there any reason to consider all the non-contradictory novels and comics non-canon? Although it would be irritating if something like George Kirk's death in the prime timeline was overruled all over again.


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This page contains information regarding material for the upcoming Star Trek film, and thus may contain spoilers.

Star Trek Into Darkness
  • John Harrison is actually:
    • Khan: a Khan that is. He's actually a surgically altered Klingon posing as a Starfleet officer.
    • Alternatively, based on the ending of "The Return of the Archons, Part 2" - indicating fishy goings on in Starfleet - Section 31 are the villains and Harrison poses as a Klingon briefly to provoke a war between the two powers.
      • This would be more in line with making the Klingons sympathetic, based on how one reason Orci picked Romulans for ST is because it was backwards to portray Klingons as baddies. Hopefully there is an early misunderstanding though so we see the new guys in action, because overcoming misunderstandings is what ST is about duh.
        • Keep in mind this makes sense character wise for Kirk, because while Khan is considered the number one TOS villain, it's the Klingons he saw as his nemesis because they killed his son.
  • Hendorff dies protecting that jerk from Iowa. Many manly tears are shed.
  • McCoy's thrust into a real situation where he must scream "BUT I'M A DOCTOR!" Pilot a shuttle! Chosen to duel a Klingon to the death (ethical dilemma)! Or something.
Star Trek 3
  • Star Trek 3 will tell an untold story: how the crew went their separate ways after the initial voyage. Of course, the door is always open for Bad Robot to bring Pine and co. to come back.
  • The movie should come out in 2016 (the 50th anniversary of Trek) and be set in 2063 (bicentennial of first contact, five years after Vulcan and the crew set off on their voyage).
  • Nick Frost as Welshy. Make it so.
  • Nyota Uhura will tell Spock she's pregnant at the end of the film. Haha.
TNG reboot
  • My dream is we eventually get a TNG movie with Q and the Borg as the villains. In my mind Picard would be a misanthrope who lost the Stargazer to the Borg, and whose perception of the universe is coloured by the random and senseless destruction of his ship, the Kelvin and Vulcan. He'd thought he'd retire standing by on the glorified hotel/ambassadorial retreat of a new Enterprise...
  • But like George Taylor, this cynic finds himself mankind's defender to an omnipotent troll who'd sit by and watch the galaxy become enslaved by the threat that took out the Stargazer.
  • Picard's crew will help him rediscover optimism and the joy of being in the ST universe despite all the dangers of it, and find it within himself to point out life's worth to Q. Hope is not about burying your head to horror, but defying it and moving on.
Prime or alternate reality
  • The next ST TV series should be ambigious initially and focus on new adventures before delving into lore and having to disclose which Vulcanoid world was obliterated. Eventually a crossover episode would update us on what's happening in the other timeline.
  • Alternatively, it's set in a tertiary reality and an episode reveals TOS, the movies, TNG/DS9/VOY and ENT took place in separate timelines too. ("And there will be wailing and gnashing of teeth.")

Why TBBT cast can't cameo in ST

"Why, that crewmember looked remarkably look me, I shall look him up. 'James Joseph Jim Parsons (born March 24, 1973) is an American television and film actor. He is best known for playing Sheldon Cooper on the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory... Sheldon Lee Cooper, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D. is a fictional character on the CBS television series The Big Bang Theory...' But that's me! Leonard!"

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