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Captain Craig posted a topic in Star TrekStar Trek returns to the small screen this Fall courtesy of CBS All Access. Much like Star Trek Voyager launched UPN back in the mid-90s before it was absorbed into the CW Discovery will launch the CBS All Access subscription TV service. The 13 episode series is set to debut this Fall, being pushed back from a May summer show launch. It takes place after Star Trek Enterprise('01) but before Star Trek('66) with Kirk in command of the Enterprise. This means if the show is a hit not only will it explore the early 23rd century of the Federation reaching into deeper space but could allow for Enterprise('01) cameos and allow for exploring stories on the Enterprise under the command of Robert April and Christopher Pike. Discovery has a solid cast on paper. The official premise for the first season is below. Discovery Crew Jason Isaacs = Captain Lorca Doug Jones = Lt. Saru Sonequa Martin-Green = Lt.Cmdr Rainsford (ships #1) Maulik Punchily = Dr. Nambue Anthony Rapp = Lt. Stamets Terry Serpico = Admiral Anderson Sam Vartholomeos = Ensign Connor Mary Wiseman = Cadet Tilly Recurring roles Michelle Yeoh = Captain Georgiou (different Federation ship) Rainn Wilson = Harry Mudd (listed on 9 episodes) James Frain = Sarek Filming is underway now and I'm very much looking forward to this. What say you Trek fans?!
bangbingchan posted a topic in China At The Box OfficeMaybe it is too early for this topic.After watching EP7,I think China might be the only market,STB beat EP7.STB teaser is more likely be Chinese tastes.
Captain Craig posted a topic in Star TrekSo I first fell for this venerable sci-fi franchise before it was really venerable and while it was still a young franchise. Though I didn't know that at the time.So what was your first exposure to Star Trek. I consider my first exposure to be a somewhat unique one but I'm curious to see others and read their recollections.Early 80s on a young Nickelodeon cable network: Star Trek-The Animated Series produced in the mid-'70s. I was only about 5-6 years old being babysat by my grandparents till my mother, a teacher, could come pick me up in the late afternoon.I know a friend whose first exposure was cause his grandmother got him the TNG action figures from Galoob instead of Star Wars. So that's an option in the poll if you know of an unusual intro like that...or it happened to you also.
Blankments posted a topic in Box Office DiscussionThis was originally over Dark Knight adjusted, but thanks to feedback, I've moved it down to something more realistic. First Star Trek 2 club, and I feel like this is a good benchmark. It seems like they'll be taking a marketing approach similar to Dark Knight with the prologue/trailer release, and Star Trek 1 was more well received than Batman Begins. IM3 will have been out for two weeks already, and even with it still running, the films are different enough for Star Trek to stand out. Adding 3D to the IMAX, wider appeal, and inflation will help as well. IN DAR - $155M Michael G Scott - $152M riczhang - $151M Alpha - $150M Jake Gittes kiki tonytr87 OUT Claire Holt - $142M The Hand of Illumination - $135-140M Sogno - $135M Warmaster506 - $135M Fake - $135M Mattrek - $135M Neo - $132M Robertron - $126M Blankments - $125-140M FilmBuff - $125M RichWS - $122M firedeep - $120-130M zackzack - $120-130M AA - $120M blenderbus - $120M Olive - $120M Reddevil18 - $120M Rallax - $120M theultimatebiu - $118M GoffeSteel - $118M Noctis - $115M TheIncredibleKnight - $115M Sims - $115M The Stingray - $114M stiger - $112.7M Glassfairy - $112M dom corn on the cobb - $110-115M Sam - $110M Mr Potter - $110M vc2002 - $110M Telemachos - $110M WileECoyote - $110M Bapi - $110M Grey ghost - $110M Hiccup - $110M CEDAR - $109M junkshop36 - $105-115M FTF - $105-110M Iron Olive - $105M Jawa - $105M junkshop38 - $100-110M Dashrendar44 - $100-105M Michael89 - $100M teardropmina - $100M cameleoni - $95-105M Ruthie - $95M BKB - $95M Squaremaster316 - $95M CJohn - $93M Dexter of Suburbia - $93M CoolioD1 - $90M stuart360 - $90M jandrew - $85-105M Wormow - $85-90M Acetabulum7 - $80-90M Gopher Newbie FlyByMachine John Nevada Michael G Scott DoctorWho 4815162342 Walt Disney Punishment YoursTruly ChD Spaghetti Orestes WASP 75Live Baumer kowhite InFamous Darkest Knight filmnerdjamie Ellesar Ryan Reynolds kowhite Talkie ShawnMR lordmandeep DMan7 lab276 JackO
Before 2005, the "reboot" was unfamiliar to the film industry. A little film called Batman Begins changed that. Director Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. took a huge risk in re-imagining the Batman franchise by wiping the entire slate clean: new cast, new director, new story, new vision. And thus, a trend began. This week, we'll look at the franchises that have tried to follow in Nolan's successful footsteps. The definition of a "reboot" can vary depending on the context and whom you ask. Is a reboot always a prequel? Not necessarily. The re-telling of Peter Parker's origins in The Amazing Spider-Man has made sure of that latest asterisk-led description. Read the rest of our Shawn Robbins article HERE.