Saturday, April 03, 2010

William Shatner beams aboard the Enterprise Bridge.

Okay, time for some light humor here. Trek lord William Shatner finally made it onto the bridge of J.J. Abram's new Star Trek USS Enterprise bridge set. I have a working theory. I think Scotty needs to enhance the transporter signal or do a re-check on the old captains beam in co-ordinates because something doesn't seem quite right! Who I wonder is operating the transporter controls? When the captain gets a firm grip of himself, some Starfleet is going to get a fast education on emergency airlock procedures!

 Who is that familiar looking imposter sitting in the captains chair?

Chris Pine on the other hand is looking forward to the next Star Trek movie. In a recent interview with an adoring female fan, Pine shared some Star Trek news at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's annual installation luncheon where he was accepting a check for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.

"The big thing I've been surprised by is how many people who weren't fans who we were able to grab into the fold," Pine told the LA Times. "To make 'Star Trek' accessible to a wider audience and to a new generation of fans is a wonderful thing, and I'm looking forward to getting back into the second one."

What's the scoop on the new "Star Trek 2"?

"I know as much as anybody else," Pine admitted. "They want to get stuff going for 2011 so I don't know if that means we'll shoot next year or what, but I haven't heard anything one way or the other."
Is the whole cast coming back? "As far as I know, yeah. Sure."

Live Long and Prosper Trekkers and Trekkies.

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