So, with a little digging around on Memory Alpha, I present a (likely _very_ incomplete) list of things that Spock Prime _could_ warn the Federation about, as they should still exist to pose future threats to the Federation.
In the many long months leading up to the release of the film, I’d wanted it to be good, I’d hoped it would be good, and as we got closer, the many outstanding reviews gave me hope — and for once, I wasn’t let down.
So I turn 36 on Sunday. Pretty sure I can still claim ‘mid-30’s’ at this point, though I’m getting perilously close to the ‘late-30’s.’ Upcoming or recent birthday-related bits follow.
J.J. Abrams: ‘The key is to appreciate that there are purists and fans of ‘Star Trek’ who are going to be very vocal if they see things that aren’t what what they want. But I can’t make this movie for readers of Nacelles Monthly…’
Really. Thanks to TrekMovie.com for posting this excerpt from a radio interview with Kevin…
When I first heard that work was beginning on a new Star Trek film, I suppose you could have described my first response as more cautious than optimistic. However, as more and more details appear, I’m moving more and more towards the ‘optimism’ side of things.
According to the article, the new Trek film will be a prequel movie not directly associated with any of the existing shows, story lines — or casts. This got me thinking about the timeline of the Trek universe. What do we have in the established Trek universe in the 2100s that might factor in to the new movie?