Discussion in 'Community' started by Ulkesh2, Sep 8, 2010.
Upper Atmosphere Trek
Come on now, it isn't going to be entirely based on Earth. I hear rumors they go to
By no means the be all and end all, this seems to be the third Trek film in a row dealing with revenge. Can we please move on?
You assume some of us actually aknowledge that Nemesis actually exists in the Trek universe.
You assume I give a **** about your fantasy world and that i actually live in a world where Nemesis was produced, shown, and actually exists in reality.
I can't believe the movie features Kirk being demoted and losing his Captaincy. I mean, really? It's movie two?
Also, with regards to that trailer, are there no police in the Federation?
I want a movie that revolves around Kirk being promoted and losing his virginity.
Obviously it's a good idea for Starfleet, a military, to serve as domestic law enforcement.
What do you think that guy on the hoverbike who was chasing young Jimmy Kirk on his little joyride was?
Well, clearly the Robocop have been disbanded at this point, because it looks like it's been left up to the Captain of a starship do track down a domestic terrorist.
Hey guise....just popping in to give you this:
Now, given the fact many directors are prone to casting certain actors they've worked with again and again (see Scorsese and Nolan) I think there's a genuine possibility of His Cumberbatchness appearing in the ST.
Oh, awesome, now we even get orange and blue in the promo shots.
I'm guessing that's kind of going to depend on A)if there's a fourth series of Sherlock and B)if Moffatt finally decides to go ahead and give him a role on Doctor Who once Sherlock is done.
As for the photo... *Right click; save*
A man can dream...
The trailer attached to Oz was pretty good. I started geeking out a little
im so pumped for this movie. The extended trailer I saw at the Hobbit was literally leaving me drooling for more.
I could see that. I've seen a few episodes of Sherlock and he seemed very Whovian. Maybe they'd make him the next Doctor after Matt Smith leaves?
He's too big for Dr Who now.
And perfect for a Sith.
Or the Master. A lot of use could see him as The Master to Matt's Doctor.
Sir Ian McKellan apparently didn't think he was too big for Who as he just voiced the main villian in the last Christmas Special. (and Sir David Warner is guesting in an upcoming ep)
Agreed, and the Beeb won't want to spend too much money (i.e. a reasonable salary) on the lead actor of what they no doubt consider a star-making show. I doubt that they'd hire anyone even remotely considered a name actor.
I think the film looks like lots of fun. As long as the leads all have good chemistry and the plot's interesting, I don't mind if they spend one film mostly Earthbound.
Guest-star roles are not the same as signing up to do twelve or so episodes a year.
Indeed. Don't get me wrong, I think he'd be wonderful in the role and I love Doctor Who, but he's simply too big a name to consider anything other than a guest role.
Benedict's no Doctor.