Monday, November 02, 2015

Star Trek Beyond Mission

Hey Trekkers, haven't you heard Star Trek Beyond is gearing up for its 5 year mission?

The Villain - Big Bad Elba has a few scenes with Mr Spock.

1. F is for fresh new territory as the USS Enterprise NCC 1701 seeks out furious new lifeforms.
2. Fast, trektastic, fun adventures sounds so good. So whats the secret ingredient?
3. Director Justin Lin is power propelling the movie but I suspect Chris Pine/Captain Kirk knows why Sofia Boutella is a bleached out alien!



4. The Enterprise cast is back for a third run in strange lands away from Starfleet HQ. So be jolly and laugh it up with Dr McCoy's finagle folly.
5. Just remember Trekkies, trek out and party! Star Trek Beyond opens on the 22nd July 2016 -

Take it easy with a splash of Klingon Prune Juice - A Warriors Drink!


Drink long and Prosper, trekkers, trekkies and bloggies!


12 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

The way this year is whizzing past, July 2016 is only a heart beat away.

Jo said...

That's very true. It won't be the same though without the original actors.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

July seems so far away, but it will be here soon. Looking forward to the next movie!

Bish Denham said...

I might have to see this just because of Elba...

Birgit said...

The white girl with the racing stripes down her face looks like the next Halloween outfit. My mom always drank the warrior's drink:)

Jeffrey Scott said...

So have you heard anything about the new Star Trek series slated for January 2017? Will it be set in the old or new universe?

Meanwhile, I'm very excited to see this. Star Trek and Star Wars films are the two main films I will go out of my way to make sure I see in the theatres. Looking forward to this.

msmariah said...

Have you heard about the tv show returning? I'm curious about that. I'm a little worried about this third installment in the series. I was disappionted with 'Into the Darkness.'

Spacerguy said...

So am I Jeffrey. Star Wars financial track record at the box office far outweighs Star Treks. Lucas' movie success took off because he created story-lines and characters which are pretty easy for audiences everywhere to enjoy. The trouble with Star Trek can be explained simply with one word, confusion. A classic example is the Prime directive and General Order One which both mean the same thing, non interference with the development of alien worlds. Scratch a little deeper and you've got General Order Six, Seven and Twenty four. I'm beginning to panic now, LOL. How can there be a General Order One and no Two, Three, Four or Five? So you see Star Trek has lots of amazing geeky stuff like this. Star Wars and I hate myself for admitting this - cuts to the chase and believe me I've not turned defector!!!! LOL. Oh yeah One more thing - trekkie or trekker... which are you? because I'm confused. Whats the difference, anyone?

Jeffrey Scott said...

Personally, I don't mind either use. Trekkie, Trekker. So many other things to be worried about, this is not high on my list.
But am I a Whovian or a Doctor Who fan? I'll take Whovian any day. ;)

Spacerguy said...

Hi Msmariah, Its a fun new way for CBS to reach out to its passionate fan base. I don't know why CBS (who owns the "Star Trek TV Show Division") has taken so long, perhaps the timing has to do with Star Trek's 50th anniversary. They're promoting the new Star Trek TV Show along with the iconic Star Trek name to increase new viewers on their CBS ALL ACCESS channel which has a global fanbase in the millions. Star Trek is in the skilled hands of Alex Kurtzman, only time will tell.

Susan Kane said...

Iris Elba vs. Spock--who will win? Who do I want to win?

Love the details above. Why or why must we wait so long?

Spacerguy said...

Great question Susan. I guess we must adhere to the natural laws of the universe unless you've figured out time-travel!

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