Monday, October 01, 2018

NEED A FLASHBACK GUY?


Guess who said “Need a flashback guy?????” adding “Just saying … I’ve got previous experience and will work for autographs.”




Younger versions of Captain Jean Luc Picard have been portrayed by three other actors or maybe four...
1. David Tristan Birkin played Picard at age 12 (“Rascals,” plus he played Picard’s nephew René in “Family”),
2. Marcus Nash portrayed Ensign Jean-Luc Picard (“Tapestry”), and
3. Tom Hardy played a young Picard clone and was shown as a photo of Picard from the Academy (Star Trek: Nemesis).
Of course, Patrick Stewart just played his younger self in ST TNG “Tapestry,” through the magic of Q.
4. James McAvoy played Professor X in the ninth installment of the Xmen movie series (2016) He shaved his head to look like SirPatStew

so do we .... "Need a flashback guy??????"  1, 2, 3 or 4?

Live long and Prosper

10 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Tom Hardy? That I didn't know!

Spacer Guy said...

Its easy to forget Alex, that lots of famous celebrities have starred during treks 50 year timewarp

Liz A. said...

Of course, they have the technology now to age regress an actor on screen...

L. Diane Wolfe said...

I though McAvoy was perfect for a young Prof. X.

David P. King said...

Never knew Tom Hardy had a hand in the Trek! :)

Spacer Guy said...

I guess thats cgi replacing model ships, landscapes and actors spending hours getting ready Liz.

McAvoy has the look doesn't he? L.Diane

Tom Hardy starred in Star Trek Nemesis as the Romulan bad guy who was actually a genetically engineered Picard clone, David.

Jack Henry said...

this article is so amazing to read again and again
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Tony Laplume said...

Hardy for sure. Patrick Stewart, when asked a few years back, doubled down and chose him as a new Picard, too, which I appreciated, being a big Tom Hardy fan.

Susan Kane said...

Tom Hardy was Picard's kinda cloned nemesis?

He was so creepy.

Spacer Guy said...

Hardy was great as the Picard clone, he made his point but then Data pulled a blinder, didn't he, which has left all of trekverse reeling for 20 years.

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