Thursday, April 10, 2014

Intense Infusion of spaceships




Heres an Intense Infusion of ships from Star Trek First Contact. CGI-animators at George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic slipped a shot of the Millennium Falcon from the "Star Wars" movies into the Borg battle of Sector 001. The Millennium Falcon can (barely) be seen flying to the left off-screen when the Defiant fires its pulse phasers at the Borg ship.

Its six years later (2373) after Star Treks TNG's 'Best of Both Worlds' 359 epic and Worf is commanding the Defiant to fly into the Borg cube. Our friend, in true Klingon Warrior style is preparing to go out in a blaze of glory. Yeah lets blow these suckers up!!!
'Prepare for ramming speed.'
Which came first, Sector 001 or Wolf 359? Who's were you rooting for the Borg, Enterprise-E or Worfs Defiant?

8 comments:

  1. I remember that!
    And while exploding Klingons are fun, never want to see Worf die.

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  2. During all that I never noticed the Falcon. Thanks Spacerguy! Those guys with their Easter Eggs.

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  3. The Defiant, of course. It's a tough little ship.

    ...Little?

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  4. The Defiant was such an awesome little ship - and the plot device that really catapulted DS9 to the next level in terms of storytelling.

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  5. I admire the courage and honor that Worf expressed in every thing he did. The Defiant, of course.

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  6. The spaceships all have cool names....

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  7. Resistance is futile...

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  8. Today is indeed a good day to die.

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Ignore the robot question and just punch it!

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