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[15.12.2006] CS! meldet...
In a Variety article talking about how J.J. Abrams has ramped up his film and TV units, the "Lost" co-creator and Mission: Impossible III director confirms that Star Trek XI is on track to be released by Paramount Pictures in 2008. Reports said last week that it might be 2009.
Neither Paramount or Abrams' camp has officially tagged Abrams as the director - he's only producing at this point. We should soon know whether he will take on the role or if another director will come on board.
Abrams is teaming with "Lost" co-creators-writers-producers Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk on the 11th installment of the popular franchise. Burk, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will executive produce.

[13.12.2006] Moviehole meldet...
Though he’s yet to be asked, Matt Damon says if Paramount came to him and ask him to play Captain Kirk in the new "Star Trek" movie, he wouldn’t need to be drunk on Romulan Ale to say ‘Yes!’.
"I heard that [rumour]. I think J.J. Abrams or somebody said that at press junket or something, and it got picked up... If the script was good, I'd do it," Damon said in an interview with Sci-Fi Wire.
If Damon did win the role of the young Kirk, he’d be the first actor since William Shatner in the 60s to play the intergalactic space adventurer.
The Oscar Winning actor has been mooted for the role for months now - ever since an insider told The Insider that it was Damon who director J.J Abrams was earmarking for the part.
Best of all, "Shatner gave his blessing," a source said at the time. "J.J. got his approval. [He] wants Damon as Capt. Kirk - he really loves the idea."
Funnily enough, a report that surfaced after that one, at SkyNews, mentioned that Ben Affleck was also in the running.

[07.12.2006] CS! meldet...
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman said earlier this week that "Lost" and "Alias" creator, and Mission: Impossible III director J.J. Abrams is set to helm Star Trek XI, reports Variety.
Dauman noted that Paramount is targeting a 2008 or 2009 release date for the anticipated film. "We're revitalizing it in a new and interesting way," he said.
Abrams is teaming up with "Lost" creators-writers-producers Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk on the 11th installment. Burk, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will executive produce.

[10.11.2006] Moviehole meldet...
Apparently J.J Abrams' "Star Trek" movie has fallen a little behind - but no need to call Starfleet just yet.
A script for the prequel film was expected on the welcome mat of the Paramount gates at the end of October, but it never turned up.
"Well, [Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman] are in the midst of it and it's in progress," director J.J Abrams told "The idea is to start shooting somewhere around [spring], otherwise we are not going to make the [release] date that they have."
Though rumours persist that Abrams has approached William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy about reprising their roles as Kirk and Spock for the film - if even briefly - the former debunked the news, saying he’s got no plans to do it, reports
And speaking of Kirk, Abrams is said to be on the lookout for a fresh face to play the young intergalactic explorer. I was talking to Abrams' "Alias" star Michael Vartan today, who said you can rule him out of contention - he says the role of Kirk is just one of those roles you don’t touch. (Though he does hope to work with Abrams again in the future)
Shatner says it's going to be a hard role for the studio to cast, telling TV Guide "I think it's essentially uncastable."

[19.09.2006] Moviehole meldet...
A couple of months back rumours surfaced that J.J Abrams was set on getting Matt Damon to don the Starfleet uniform of a young Captain James T.Kirk in the writer/director’s upcoming "Star Trek" prequel.
IESB had a chance to talk to Damon - while doing publicity for the new film "The Departed" - but more so, his publicist, about the rumours.
"I think that it [the rumor] came out of a junket he [Abrams] was doing in Asia for Mission Impossible and from my understanding it was one of those hypothetical questions actors always get about who they'd like to work with and JJ threw Matt's name out there. But we've never heard anything on our end", Damon’s publicist said.
"I even called Endeavor, Matt's agency, to see if they had heard anything - they hadn't. There has been nothing from Paramount and I haven't heard anything from JJ's camp. I'm sorry there's nothing more interesting to report."
Ironically, Damon’s best buddy Ben Affelck was also rumoured for the role around the same time.
Meantime, the original Captain, William Shatner, said on his official site that although he’s heard he might be asked to do a cameo in the new film - he sure hasn’t heard from J.J Abrams yet.
"I know nothing except that where there's rumblings there's gas, and in this case the gas is coming from J.J. Abrams and none of it seems to be directed in my direction. If any gas comes my way, I will post it immediately and you all will know. Until then, hold your breath -- because this gas is odiferous."

[13.09.2006] Bei IESB gibt es den "40th Anniversary Star Trek Revamp Trailer"...

[01.09.2006] Bei JAM! Movies gibt es ein Interview mit Leonard Nimoy, der wohl neben William Shatner einen Gastauftritt in J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek XI" haben wird...
[...] "The head of production at Paramount called my agency to tell them about this project and they are aware of Bill's and my contribution to the franchise, and they'd like us to know they might want some involvement. It was all very, very general.
"They might possibly want Bill and I to set up the story as a flashback. But that's just conjecture on my part." [...]

[31.08.2006] AICN berichtet über die Überarbeitung der Original-Serie...
[...] It turns out that CBS Video, as part of their high-definition remastering of The Original Series, IS giving a lot of the special effects shots a new CG face-lift! Specifically, they're re-doing all of the spaceship shots. [...]

[23.07.2006] gibt es das erste Teaser-Poster zu J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek XI" !!!
[...] The production team that now holds the creative reins for the next Star Trek movie project has released a piece of artwork this weekend (to coincide with Comic-Con) that provides a Polaroid of an era past, as well as a vision yet to be revealed. With this familiar imagery, the direction of the next movie is now officially open to speculation.
J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof are the film's producers; Bryan Burk, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are executive producers. The film is slated for release in 2008.
The first people to get their hands on this iconic image are those who visit the Paramount Pictures booth this morning at Comic-Con in San Diego. [...]
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[23.06.2006] AICN meldet...
[...] J.J. Abrams & Co. are smitten with the notion of Matt Damon as James T. Kirk in their forthcoming theatrical relaunch of STAR TREK.
The article also says Abrams has already received Kirk progenitor William Shatner's blessing on this. [...]
In other TREK news, Bryce Zabel has posted an intriguing little tidbit: the 14 page series "reboot" proposal penned by Zabel (DARK SKIES) and BABYLON 5 series overlord J. Michael Straczynski a few years back. In a similar vein to Abrams' approach, the duo proposed retaining the core TREK mythology, and its ORIGINAL crew characters, but "rebooting" the whole shebang from a clean slate. [...]

[22.05.2006] CS! meldet...
A few months ago, word began circulating that "Alias"/"Lost" creator and Mission: Impossible III director J.J. Abrams was going to be taking over the reigns--at least in a production role--of the "Star Trek" movie franchise, which ground to a halt after 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis.
When had a chance recently to speak with Patrick Stewart, we had to ask him what he thought about the resurrection of the franchise and the chances of seeing Captain Luc Picard's return.
"Well, it's very possible you know as much as I do about this," Stewart said with a smile. "I got an astonishing call from my agency in Hollywood saying that Paramount are very interested in looking again at the franchise. It was killed it off when Sherry Lansing was in charge, and now everything has changed. The whole creative and business side of the studio has undergone a huge transformation and apparently, Abrams is a huge fan of Star Trek, the original one and the Next Generation. I have not heard one mention that this would in any way involve the Next Generation, so I think it would be unlikely."
Since it's been over three years since Star Trek: Nemesis, we wondered whether Stewart missed playing Picard. "Well, as an actor who is going to spend the next year in the Royal Shakespeare Company, I certainly appreciate the franchise because it helps to underwrite my fairly modest income from the RSC," he admitted. "All my life I've been attracted to the idea of ensemble. When I left school, I worked for 18 months with a company in Sheffield. Then, I worked for a year in Manchester, then for two years in Bristol, then fifteen years with the RSC. I've always been drawn to this idea or working with a body of people where you have a continuity of work, you know one another, there's an intimacy, there's anopenness. So in a way, being in a franchise is a little bit like that. It certainly was with "Next Generation" and it's becoming so [with ‘X-Men']. So about ‘Star Trek' I'm very ambivalent. It's a love affair that I've been able to let go of. You don't want to put yourself back into any painful situation, but I'm very interested to see what Abrams and the studio come up with." [...]

[09.05.2006] IESB hat Neuigkeiten zum Thema J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek"...
[...] Officially Paramount is saying that Variety jumped the gun and announced the Trek deal a bit too early. Variety reported that J.J. would co-write, direct and produce the next Trek film that would introduce a younger Kirk and Spock as they first meet at Starfleet Academy and their first mission to space.
Trek fans know that this storyline does not follow the known mythos. You can read my first report here.
Quickly J.J. went on record saying that he would co-write, produce and that he had an option to direct but that he had not yet decided. Regarding the rumored Spock and Kirk storyline that is also not officially announced... supposedly.
Well his friends are sure not keeping quiet. We spoke to Greg Grunberg during the 32 nd Annual Saturn Awards that were held earlier this week. When asked if he would object to recasting Kirk and Spock he said: Well, they have to. We're going back in time... it's like the beginnings when they were young so they have to but I just think it's interesting, JJ, here he is, he took the Mission Impossible franchise and humanized it and he's gonna do the same thing for Star Trek and he's writing with Alex and Bob and you know they wrote Mission together, it's gonna be incredible. You know it's gonna be great. I think that's what's going to reinvigorate... you know all the Star Trek fans are going to see it. Half of them are going to hate the fact of bringing it back and half are going to love it but JJ is just going to bring in a whole new audience to it.

[26.04.2006] Empire Online meldet...
Fans around the world whooped for joy last week at news that the Star Trek franchise was being resuscitated with M:I:3 director JJ Abrams at the helm. News that it would adopt the long-mooted concept of Kirk and Spock's youthful adventures at Starfleet Academy provoked a more mixed reaction. Those who thought such a move sacrilege can rest easy though because, as Empire discovered in an interview today with Abrams himself, the story is nothing of the sort.
"The whole thing was reported entirely without our cooperation," says the director with a hint of regret. "People learned that I was producing a Star Trek film, that I had an option to direct it, they hear rumours of what the thing was going to be and ran with a story that is not entirely accurate."
But the million dollar question is, what will it be about? Unsurprisingly, Abrams isn't saying ("We've made a pact not to discuss any specifics") but the Lost creator is a confirmed Original Series fan so don't be surprised if his take on the series does indeed take place around the era of Kirk and co, or if some of the established characters do make a reappearance. "Those characters are so spectacular. I just think that... you know, they could live again."

[21.04.2006] CS! meldet...
Paramount Pictures is breathing life into its "Star Trek" franchise by setting Mission: Impossible III helmer J.J. Abrams to produce and direct the 11th "Trek" feature, aiming for a 2008 release.
Variety says that Damon Lindelof and Bryan Burk, Abrams' producing team from Lost, also will produce the yet-to-be-titled feature.
The project, to be written by Abrams and "M:i:III" screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, will center on the early days of seminal "Trek" characters James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock, including their first meeting at Starfleet Academy and first outer space mission.
Created by Gene Roddenberry, "Star Trek" has been Hollywood's most durable performer other than James Bond, spawning 10 features that have grossed more than $1 billion and 726 TV episodes from six series.

[14.04.2006] DH meldet...
Last year, screenwriter Erik Jendresen wrote a draft for a "Star Trek" feature film tentatively titled 'The Beginning'. However, since the executive shakeup at Paramount, the project has been abandoned. Jendresen shares some of his thoughts with SyFy Portal today:
"The notion was to do a prequel to the original series and fill that void with, ostensibly, a trilogy. Three films, which all would deal with Kirk's progenitor, a man by the name of Tiberius Chase... We wanted to reveal the actual cause of that war [the Romulan/Human War], which was surprising to all involved at the time. We simply wanted to reveal the truth behind that startling incident" said Jendresen.
As for its current status, he added "Essentially, what's being said is true. This is 'dead' because it's not moving forward. It's like a shark. It has got to keep moving or it's dead".

[21.03.2006] Bei AICN gibt es detaillierte Infos zum Drehbuch "Star Trek: The Academy Years", das in der Form wohl nie realisiert wird...

[03.03.2006] Trek Nation sprach mit dem Produzenten Harve Bennett, u.a. über den eingestellten "Star Trek"-Film...
Trek Nation: You were involved with the Starfleet Academy proposal.
Harve Bennett: I was very involved with that. We had a green light to picture which was cancelled only when there was a regime change at the studio and a concern that we should do something more conventional for the then-25th anniversary. We had 19 months to do it in. 19 months? There's no way to do a special effects picture in 19 months. The best time we had was Star Trek III, which was two years from concept to release date. And the reason for that is, we would write the script normally and that was an easy script, that was six weeks and we were ready to go. But the special effects planning takes the better part of the year. I said, 'It can't be done.' And then my time was up, so I left.
Trek Nation: Is that back in play now? There are rumors about it, it seems, every six months.
Harve Bennett: I'll tell you how recently it was. Before Sherry Lansing left [Paramount Pictures] last year, we had a meeting, about two years ago, in which I proposed that now was the time to do Starfleet Academy. And she loved it. We would have made it. But then she said the television department had asked her not to do it, because Enterprise was being produced and they thought that should be the prequel. Therefore, we did not do that. Could we make it now? If somebody wants to, I'm there. Technically, I'm retired, and non-technically but actually, I'm writing my own book. I'm considerably happy not to go into downtown Los Angeles every day.
Trek Nation: I'm not even sure, with the Viacom-CBS split, exactly who would make the decision to go ahead with the next movie or TV show.
Harve Bennett: I can't answer that question. I'm just as confused as you are. The whole conglomeration...I thought I understood it when Gulf & Western took over Paramount in my day. But I've lost track of it since. I still have a couple of connections there when I want to get legal things cleared up, though they may be gone now that Dreamworks is coming into the picture. If that deal goes through, I know at least three good friends who aren't going to be there. They'll put in their people.
Trek Nation: So you aren't actively pursuing the Starfleet Academy idea right now.
Harve Bennett: No, but I love it. Some of the steam went out of it when my dear DeForest Kelley died. He was going to be in it along with Bill and Leonard, those were the only two regulars, and they were involved in a flashback. That's how we incorporated the three main characters into the prequel: it was a memory. Kirk comes to the Academy to address the classmates and remembers his time, when they were 17.
Trek Nation: I had heard that Shatner was going to write a pilot, or was pitching something, along those lines...maybe it was to Pocket Books, not for television.
Harve Bennett: We always said that the benefit of doing this as a film was number one, you have nothing but good comes out of this because the original cast continues, the original Enterprise is there waiting to beam up our guys. Two, you have a potential television series called Starfleet Academy. I saw Bill a few weeks ago on the set of Boston Legal and Leonard I talk to occasionally from time to time. We remain friends. We're all about the same age. Critical this is a gentleman named Ralph Winter who was my associate producer on Star Trek II, and gradually became the man we all turned to for everything. [...]

[28.02.2006] Moviehole meldet...
Paramount have put the Enterprise back on bricks.
Though the studio had announced plans to develop a new "Star Trek" film - possibly one that would involve stars from several of the TV show spin-offs - has discovered that this is no longer the case. "Star Trek 11" is as dead as veal.
Doug Mirabello, personal assistant to Rick Berman, says there isn’t likely to be any "Star Trek" in movie theatres or on Television for quite some time - regardless of what you may have heard. He also confirmed that Erik Jendresen’s script for "Star Trek The Beginning" has been rejected.
Though recent rumours suggested Patrick Stewart might be back in talks to reprise his role as Captain Picard for a new movie, Mirabello thinks it unlikely.
"It’s more likely that some executive had a casual conversation with him and brought up some hypotheticals which he ran with when some reporter asked him about Star Trek". [But] there’s a chance that someone else at Paramount is planning something huge and keeping us out of the loop. From what I’ve heard, Patrick wouldn’t do another Trek movie unless they paid him Professor X money..."
"The best way to achieve this is to take it away for a few years and then bring it back and do it right. The franchise needs a totally new creative team, some time off, and a cool new approach."

[20.01.2006] Moviehole meldet...
Everyone’s favourite - well, except the guys that love Kirk - Enterprise captain, Patrick Stewart, says the next "Star Trek" movie may team several characters from all the different - and there’s been quite a few, hasn’t there? - "Star Trek" series, reports
Stewart, who says there has been "great interest" in bringing Captain Picard back for the new movie, says, "It has been raised. Apparently there's interest in bringing The Next Generation cast together with actors from different Star Trek series."
Asked if that meant Captain Kirk (William Shatner) as well, Stewart replied: "I would love that. I'm very fond of William Shatner".
We all are Pat, we all are. Dead as he may be.
Initially, Paramount were considering doing a "Star Trek" prequel film - set at the Starfleet Academy, when Jonathan Archer was still getting potty training - but recent rumours suggest that they're instead going to stick with what works (or in the case of "Nemesis", doesn't work) and reenlist the ol' crew.

[15.01.2006] GameFront meldet...
Für die Xbox 360 befindet sich Star Trek Legacy: A New Frontier in Arbeit. Das schreibt die Game Informer in ihrer neuesten Ausgabe.
Seitens des Spielkonzepts kommandiert man ein Raumschiff der Föderation, nimmt an Schlachten teil und erforscht fremde Planeten. So gewinnt die Flotte an Erfahrung und wird ständig stärker.
Durch Siege erhält man Kommandopunkte, für die man neue Schiffe oder Ausrüstung kauft. 8 Leute sollen via Xbox Live spielen können. Release: September 2006 (USA)

[12.01.2006] meldet...
Patrick Stewart told the WENN Web site that Paramount may want him to reprise his Star Trek role of Capt. Jean-Luc Picard, but that he may be too old should a new Next Generation movie get off the ground.
"Weighty people in Hollywood have come up with a very interesting proposition," Stewart, 65, told the site. "But they told me it was still two, three or four years down the road, by which time I would only be able to sit in the captain's chair and not have the energy to get out of it!"
Officially, Paramount has said nothing about any future Trek films or TV projects, though several script ideas are rumored to be making the rounds.

[02.01.2006] Moviehole meldet...
How do you add a couple more innings onto the life of "Star Trek"? Easy, enrol an Oscar winner and box-office drawcard to Starfleet Academy.
According to, Academy Award Winner Tom Hanks is being eyed for a role in the next "Star Trek" film.
Writer Erik Jendresen’s script has yet to be given the thumbs up by the studio, but if it should - Gump’s been earmarked for an appearance. Hanks and Jendresen are old friends - working on TV’s "Band of Brothers" a couple of years back.
"The move would be a dramatic one for "Star Trek XI - The Beginning" and feature perhaps the biggest name to move into the franchise since Patrick Stewart took on the role of Captain Jean-Luc Picard", says the site.

[01.01.2006] SAT.1 zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Star Trek X: Nemesis" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere... Die Wiederholung läuft um 3.40 Uhr...

[18.12.2005] SyFy Portal meldet...
A Paramount Pictures source is denying rumors that have circulated in the last couple days that the studio is preparing a Star Trek film that will feature Capt. Jean-Luc Picard, Capt. James T. Kirk and Capt. Jonathan Archer together.
"You're going to see this a lot right now," the source said. "Without anything announced, you're going to see speculation everywhere. But unless you hear it from someone actually involved, don't believe it, because it likely isn't true." [...] "Paramount has only asked for one script, and yes, they are deciding whether or not that's the direction they want to go," the source said. "Erik (Jendresen's) script met with mixed reaction, but it has nothing to do with the quality. It has more to do with disagreements among those who are in decision-making capacities as far as it (Star Trek) is concerned. There are no other ideas on the table at this time." [...]
The source, however, says that there have been absolutely no talks between Singer and Paramount.
"It just hasn't happened, and I don't know if it would happen," the source said. "Bryan is a very talented guy, but he's also a very busy guy. There's a lot he has tackle in the coming months. Scratch that, the coming years." [...]

[14.12.2005] AICN meldet... reports that Captain Kirk might be returning to the bridge of the Enterprise for the next "Star Trek" film. Not only that - he'll be joined by Patrick Stewart's Captain Picard and Scott Bakula's Johnathan Archer, of "The Next Generation" and "Enterprise", respectively.
The site claims that the idea to set the next "Trek" movie as a prequel, with the action centering on the students of the Starfleet Academy, has been trashed. Instead, they're considering doing a sequel that will be set in the "Mirror" Universe - which we've seen in both "Star Trek" and "Enterprise" before - which will make it possible for several of the 'captains' to team up. (After all, there's no rules/no continuity restrictions in the 'Mirror' universe).
"Apparently Shatner was in talks to do a guest role on Enterprise, but it didn’t work out. Why? Apparently he wanted a) more money b) would rather do Trek films. Solution? The ideas for the episode of the "Enterprise" episode he was going to do will now be incorporated into a movie. Yep, Captain kirk’s back", says the site. "It’ll be Shatner, Captain Picard and maybe Archer". [...]

[05.12.2005] meldet...
Bryan Singer, an avowed Star Trek fan, told SCI FI Wire that he's thought about directing a Trek movie. "I'm a huge fan," Singer said in an interview at the Nov. 30 premiere of the SCI FI Channel's upcoming original miniseries The Triangle, which he executive-produced with Dean Devlin.
Singer added: "We're huge Trekkies. And we've always talked about what we would do, and what would I do, if I were to make a film in that universe."
It's unclear when or if Paramount will mount another Trek film, since its last effort, Star Trek: Nemesis, did poorly at the box office and the last Trek series, Star Trek: Enterprise, was canceled after drawing low ratings.
Singer has kept a strong link with the Trek universe. He made a cameo appearance in Nemesis. He also worked on the last two X-Men films with The Next Generation's Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard). Singer is currently finishing Superman Returns and is working on his next project, an update of the SF movie Logan's Run .
"Again, you know, it's the same thing: X-Men, Superman, Logan's Run, all these things: There are these incredible universes, really," Singer said, adding: "You kind of wish you could play in them all. I mean, I got to do a cameo in the last Star Trek film; that was a thrill. I got to be on the Enterprise when it was under attack."
As for what he would do in his version of a Star Trek movie? "[That's] a longer story," he said. "It would involve ... it would be big. It would be very big."

[25.07.2005] Moviehole meldet...
[...] According to TrekWeb, the next "Star Trek" film, a prequel to the events of TV's "Enterprise", might be setting up shop in Australia.
The Premier of South Australia has apparently been in talks with Paramount about lending their fair state to Starfleet.
"Mr Rann had been with Paramount Pictures executives at a dinner in Adelaide the day before our convention," Stuart Blair, President of the United Federation of Planets Fan Club of South Australia told Star Trek Magazine.
Another attendee of the convention had some extra bits to share, including when the next film would be set.
"2010 to be exact. A time when the Earth has been almost destroyed by nuclear war, when our saviours from the future arrive", she says. "The story is to be set over two movies. As to who will star nothing was said, but it was inferred that Spock was a must. But if they are bringing help from the future it leaves it open to star any and all of the STAR TREK casts from all the shows."
"Star Trek XI" scribe Erik Jendresen recently told SyFy Portal that the film would take place before the days of Captain James T.Kirk.
"We're going [roughly 80] years before Kirk. It's an earlier time, and I think it would be really refreshing to feel something in the course of telling this tale, instead of being wowed by special effects, or presenting another crew in jeopardy where, in the end, the captain does something brilliant and all's right with the world".
Aint it Cool also ran a bit recently indicating that the character of Data (Brent Spiner) from TV's "Next Generation" might be involved somehow.
Said Spiner, "Nemesis was supposed to be our maiden voyage, but who can leave such a great franchise that easily. We're all going to do another one, only this time they're going to mix it up a bit - possibly giving Data a commanding role to play; and bringing in some of the folks from enterprise and some of the other great spin offs".
Bit of a jigsaw puzzle at the moment, but one thing's for sure - "Trek 11" is coming.

[10.03.2005] SyFy Portal meldet...
[...] With Star Trek not pulling in the viewers and the revenue as it once did, is Paramount still willing to keep the Roddenberry torch burning?
Erik Jendresen thinks so. Name doesn't ring a bell? Soon it will, as he has been commissioned by Paramount to write the 11th Star Trek film. And for the first time in history, a new slate of characters, as well as a new cast, will be introduced on the big screen. But that's just the beginning of the new Star Trek.
"I can certainly say that the story concept, the basic idea of this thing, is pretty damn big," Jendresen recently told SyFy Portal's Michael Hinman. "It's a noble enterprise, pun intended."
Jendresen -- probably best known for his Emmy-award winning work as a producer and lead writer for HBO's "Band of Brothers" -- said he wasn't too interested in stepping into science-fiction. And when Paramount officials first came to him about doing Star Trek, his answer was an immediate no.
"I was not a diehard Star Trek fan," he said. "When they first approached me, I wasn't really interested. But they said, 'What if we could approach this as a blank slate, and here's a notion.' When I heard the notion, I realized that the people I was talking to were serious, and genuinely dedicated. I started to really think about it, and, ultimately to develop a story. And it's a pretty good one."
Reports of the next movie have it taking place after the events of "Star Trek: Enterprise" and before the adventures of James Kirk in the original "Star Trek" series. Jendresen confirmed that the movie would take place more than a century before Kirk, but acknowledged that it would not be an "Enterprise" spinoff. [...]
"We're going 160-odd years before Kirk is born. It's an earlier time, and I think it would be really refreshing to feel something in the course of telling this tale, instead of being wowed by special effects, or presenting another crew in jeopardy where, in the end, the captain does something brilliant, and all’s right with the world."
And that means not everything will end with a chuckle, laugh and some smiles when this film is over.
"By the end of this story, everyone isn't fine," Jendresen said. "I can safely say as a storyteller with certain standards... my intention is literally as a writer, as a storyteller, as a filmmaker, to go boldly where no one has gone before." [...]

[24.02.2005] Moviehole meldet...
The Enterprise won't be sold for scrap just yet.
According to today's Variety, a "Star Trek 11" will indeed be happening, with Rick Berman, Jordan Kerner and Kerry McCluggage developing, and Eric Genderson signed as writer.
According to Berman, the new film will feature entirely new characters - folks that haven't been seen in the TV world before.
Did a quick google on this Genderson chap, but it came up empty.

[17.02.2005] Moviehole meldet, dass J. Michael Straczynski, der Schöpfer von "Babylon 5" dem "Star Trek"-Universum nur zu gerne neues Leben einhauchen würde...
[...] "Last year, Bryce and I sat down and, on our own, out of a sheer love of Trek as it was and should be, wrote a series bible/treatment for a return to the roots of Trek. To re-boot the Trek universe.
Understand: writer/producers in TV just don't do that sort of thing on their own, everybody always insists on doing it for vast sums of money. We did it entirely on our own, setting aside other, paying deadlines out of our passion for the series. We set out a full five-year arc.
"But when it came time to bring it to Paramount, despite my track record and Bryce's enormous and skillful record as a writer/producer, the effort stalled out because of "political considerations," which was explained to us as not wishing to offend the powers that be. [...]
I heard from a trusted source that Paramount is giving the Trek TV world a rest for maybe one to two years, depending on circumstances, no matter who would come along to run it. So it's not right to have folks putting in time doing something that ultimately would be pointless, I don't think that's a proper use of anybody's time.
At the same time as the above, an offer came in to run a new TV series for fall of '06, and since there's no way anything Trek can happen in the interim, I've said yes (now we have to negotiate the deal, but that should be fairly straightforward".)

[04.02.2005] TREKonline meldet...
Paramount und der US-TV Sender UPN gaben heute bekannt, das mit dem Ende der 4. Staffel die Serie Star Trek: Enterprise eingestellt wird. Das Finale von Enterprise wird auf UPN am Freitag, dem 13. Mai 2005. So wieder die Freitag, der 13. kein Glückstag für Star Trek Fans sein. Zwar wurde Rick Berman und Brannon Braga offiziell gedankt, doch gehen Insider davon aus, dass auch die Zeit der beiden Star Trek Chefs abgelaufen ist. Berrman äußerte sich gegenüber der Zeitschrift USA Today zur Einstellung von Star Trek: "Es ist doch ein e Tatsache, dass wir 624 Stunden Star Trek in 18 Jahren gemacht haben." Er geht davon aus, dass in den nächsten drei Jahren Paramount keine neue Star Trek Serie produziert. [...]

[18.01.2005] SF Wire meldet...
Rick Berman, executive producer of all Star Trek films and series since the death of Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, denied to SCI FI Wire the validity of the rampant Internet rumors that suggest Paramount Pictures disliked his concept for a new movie, was sending him back to the drawing board and thus had put a proposed Star Trek XI on the back burner. "Unless there is something going on that I am not familiar with, the rumors are totally ficticious," Berman said in an interview. ""Absolutely neither statement, that something has been scuttled and that I have been asked to redevelop something, is true."
Reports have circulated that Paramount was unhappy with a proposed new Trek film, which Berman has previously described as a prequel film set in the era before UPN's Star Trek: Enterprise, with a new set of characters not previously seen in any Trek incarnations.
Asked to provide an accurate update on the status of a new Trek next film, Berman replied, "The status of the next film is it's in an early state of story development, and the Paramount Motion Picture Group will announce personnel and whatever elements of the project when they see fit. If the project does develop as planned I think, of all the Star Trek movies I've been involved with and the previous regimes have been involved with, this one will undoubtedly have a larger scope and budget. It's a very ambitious project, and I'm hoping that it will get the support to come to fruition."

[07.01.2005] Moviehole meldet...
Had an email yesterday from a chap that seemed to think the proposed "Star Trek 11" was dead. Been waiting for a bit more dirt to surface on that before printing, and well, here 'tis.
IESB had obviously heard the same rumour and decided to place a call to Paramount. They discovered that it's true, the film adventures of the Starship Enterprise are indeed on indefinite hold.
"Paramount was not happy with the direction that the story was headed and that it's not completely cancelled but that they are reworking a few things and that to be rest assured, Star Trek will never be totally cancelled.
"A few concerns according to my source is that the film was headed in a very unknown territory. That when Star Trek returns to the big screen that there has to be some familiarity to story".
Sounds like someone at Paramount didn't go for the prequel idea?

[22.07.2004] SF Wire meldet...
Rick Berman, who has been shepherding the Star Trek film series, told SCI FI Wire that he has had "very, very early" talks with Star Trek: The Next Generation star and director Jonathan Frakes about a new Trek movie, but one that takes the franchise in an entirely new direction. "I spoke to Jonathan about a half an hour ago," Berman said in an interview July 20 at UPN's fall press preview in Los Angeles. "He's in Japan, and he's coming here [because] his film [Thunderbirds] is premiering Saturday here in Los Angeles. There are very, very early conversations going on about a film project. But they're so early that it's really kind of silly to talk about it now."
Berman added that the movie would not center on the Star Trek: The Next Generation crew, as have the last several movies. "The movie that we're having very early discussions about would have nothing to do with any of the characters that have ever existed on any of the Star Trek series," Berman said. "It would be an entirely new setting and an entirely new set of characters, and it would take place prior to any of the series, including [UPN's Star Trek:] Enterprise."
In the wake of the disappointing box-office performance of the last Star Trek movie, 2002's Nemesis, there has been little movement on a new Trek movie, and Next Generation cast members have said they are ready to hang it up.
If Berman's idea comes to fruition, it would mark the first Trek movie not based on a television series.

[13.07.2004] Moviehole meldet...
Brannon Braga, executive producer of "Enterprise" told the Star Trek Communicator that the series might not be able to feature 'The Romulan Wars' because it might clash with the storyline of the next "Star Trek" feature film.
"It's certainly one of the things that we've been discussing," Braga reportedly said, "but there's also a prequel feature in development regarding the Romulan Wars, so we might have to stay away from that."
In the same magazine, franchise head honcho Rick Berman said "Trek XI" would be set before the time of Kirk, but would not be connected with "Enterprise". [...]

[30.04.2004] IESB weiss mehr über das geplante ST-Prequel...
[...] We can confirm that the prequel that Paramount is working on is indeed a Starfleet Academy storyline.They have hired a writer that is currently putting that story together. No word yet if it involves any of the known TOS characters but we do know that it is the same prequel the Berman recently talked to Dreamwatch magazine about. Let's remember that Kirk and Spock did not attend the Academy together so hopefully they don't put the last nail in the coffin of that franchise by changing the known Star Trek Universe.
Rick Berman seems to remain aboard but there will be new producers. Rumor has it that Berman is left with a title of Producer in the same sense that Gene Rodenberry at the end also had a so-called "Producer" title. [...]

[23.04.2004] TrekWeb zitiert den "Star Trek"-Produzenten Rick Berman, der im britischen Magazin "Dreamwatch" über ein Prequel sprach...
[...] Speaking in issue #117, Berman confirms for the first time that he is now developing a Star Trek feature film project: "I am involved in the very early stages of what could be the next Star Trek movie," reveals Berman, in an excerpt provided by Dreamwatch. "It's something I will be producing with two other producers."
Unwilling to offer many details he cryptically describes it as "a prequel" without any further elaboration. The names of his producing cohorts will have to remain unknown for now, as well. [...]

[24.03.2004] IGN FilmForce zitiert Marina Sirtis, die auf der United Fan Con über das Ende der "Star Trek"-Kinofilme sprach...
[...] "It's over. There's not going to be another one," Sirtis told the crowd flatly in reponse to a question. She claimed it's due to the box office drubbing endured by Star Trek: Nemesis.
Sirtis, a self-proclaimed fan of Nemesis, said the film would have done "blockbuster business" had Paramount released it in February 2003 rather than "five days before Lord of the Rings" in late 2002. She then suggested it's time perhaps for Star Trek to retire for at least a decade before it's brought back. [...]

[24.03.2004] Bei AICN gibt es ein Gerücht über eine "Star Trek" Prequel-Trilogie...
[...] Paramount is a studio that seems to be scrambling to figure out just what its identity is. For the last five years, it seems like they’ve been the home of stalled, desperately un-hip franchises, Ashley-Judd-in-peril movies, and weak Billy Friedkin pity gigs. They seem to be working to change that, though, with films like SKY CAPTAIN AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW and A PRINCESS OF MARS in the pipeline. I want to believe that Paramount can turn it around.
But when I hear about their plans for STAR TREK, I have to wonder. Are they unable to tell a good idea from a bad one where this particular franchise is concerned? I’m not the world’s biggest fan of TREK in any flavor, but I sympathize with TREK fans. You guys have it rough. And it’s about to get rougher.
First, the good news. No Berman. No Braga. Instead, Jordan Kerner (SNOW DOGS, INSPECTOR GADGET, THE MIGHTY DUCKS and D2 and D3) is being brought in to produce. Right now, he’s in the early stages of developing a prequel trilogy. First question, obviously, is "a prequel to what?" After all, the various TV shows have played all sorts of tricks with the timeline. When I hear "prequel trilogy," it sounds to me like we’re going to see young Kirk and young Spock and young McCoy. It sounds to me like we’re talking about Starfleet Academy.
Instead, we’re looking at films that sound like they’re all about big intergalactic events, but which don’t appear to be about any characters, which is what Gene Roddenberry’s original vision was ALWAYS about. Characters. Don’t just try to tell some big budget spectacle story. I hear the first film’s about a civil war, the second film’s devoted largely to the galactic switch-over from a fission standard to fusion, and then there’s a third film where we’ll finally see an Ensign Kirk show up for all of about the last 20 minutes. Just Kirk. Nobody else. And no ENTERPRISE.
And that notion they’re discussing in hushed and excited tones about putting William Shatner’s head on a younger actor’s body? Easily the goofiest bad idea I’ve heard since Lex Luthor, flying Kryptonian. It almost makes me want to see them do it, just for the laugh value.
You’re still really early in this process, Paramount, so please... allow me to offer a little bit of constructive criticism. You need to listen to your fans. And I’m not saying listen to me. Read the message boards that are out there. Cast as wide a net as you can across fandom and let the fans remind you just what it is that made TREK so important to them in the first place. Reach out and take the time to get it right. Don’t just chase STAR WARS and LORD OF THE RINGS, and don’t throw money at it just to make STAR TREK into something it never was.
I’m going to try to bring you more details about this proposed trilogy as they continue working on it, and in the meantime, I’ll hand it over to the real TREK fans, you guys. What do you think of Paramount’s plans? [...]

[17.07.2003] Heute erscheint "Star Trek X: Nemesis" auf DVD & Video...

[22.04.2003] Patrick Stewart meinte gegenüber CineCon, dass er die Rolle des Picard nicht mehr spielen wird...

[15.03.2003] Sat.1 zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr den Pilotfilm zur TV-Serie "Enterprise"... Die 24 regulären Folgen laufen ab dem 21. März immer freitags um 20.15 Uhr !!! Die NZ berichtete kürzlich darüber...
[...] Der «Enterprise»-Auftakt ist kein schlecht gemachtes Fernsehen und sogar etwas düsterer geraten als seine Vorgänger. Ein neues Science-Fiction-Highlight ist dabei aber nicht herausgekommen. [...]

[05.02.2003] Rick Berman sprach mit SF Wire über den Misserfolg und die Aussichten für "Star Trek XI"...

[16.01.2003] Heute startet "Star Trek X: Nemesis" in den deutschen Kinos... Bei TREKonline gibt es ein "Nemesis"-Special...

[14.01.2003] Bei UIP gibt es Ausschnitte, Video-Interviews (Benötigt Apple Quicktime) und die Competition "Ein finsteres Geheimnis!"...

[12.01.2003] Bei Sci Fi Pulse gibt es u.a. Infos zu den geschnittenen Szenen...

[08.01.2003] AICN berichtet über eine mögliche Story für "Star Trek 11"... Vorsicht MEGA-SPOILER !!!

[02.01.2003] SAT1 zeigt heute nacht um 1.10 Uhr ein "Making of" zu "Star Trek Nemesis"... Die Wiederholung läuft am Samstag um 6.05 Uhr...

[30.12.2002] Bei gibt es einen bösen Verriss von Florian Breitsameter...

[23.12.2002] hat über 35 "Behind the Scenes"-Aufnahmen von den Dreharbeiten zu "Nemesis" zusammengestellt...

[20.12.2002] Bei gibt es eine negative Kritik (4/10)...
[...] sind wir doch mal ehrlich: wo sind die die unentdeckten Welten die entdeckt wurden, wo sind die fremden Zivilisationen? Wo ist der Tiefgang in der Handlung, die ergreifenden Momente? Wo ist die Suche nach einem schlichtenden Dialog? Hieße "Star Trek X: Nemesis" einfach nur "Nemesis" oder "0815-Actionfilm Teil 19", ich wäre durchaus zufrieden mit der Story, den Schauspielern und der Dramaturgie. Soll nach 15 Jahren jedoch ein Film dieser Klasse das Ende einer Generation voll emotionaler Momente, Freundschaft und Spannung bedeuten, so kann ich nur froh sein, dass es wirklich das Ende ist.

[19.12.2002] CS! meldet...
Patrick Stewart said Tuesday that whether or not Paramount decides to produce another Star Trek movie, he will not return as Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
Speaking to reporters at the London premiere of Star Trek Nemesis Tuesday night, Stewart said, "You never want to outstay your welcome. Just like an athlete, it's horrible to go on when the best is over."
Although "Nemesis" opened to mixed reviews, Stewart maintained that it was the best Star Trek movie he had ever done. "I could think of no better way to bow out," he added.

[16.12.2002] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Das amerikanische Publikum hatte kurz vor dem Start von "Der Herr der Ringe - Die zwei Türme" Lust auf Romantik: "Manhattan Love Story" mit Jennifer Lopez und Ralph Fiennes stach völlig überraschend den ebenfalls neu gestarteten "Star Trek: Nemesis " am Boxoffice aus. "Manhattan Love Story" bescherte J.Lo mit vorerst noch geschätzten 19 Mio. Dollar den bislang besten Filmstart ihrer Karriere, während "Nemesis" mit 18,8 Mio. Dollar den schwächsten "Star Trek"-Start der "Next Generation" hatte. [...]

[14.12.2002] Bei B. Fatt (2.5/4), (8/10), SyFy Portal (A+) und The Z Review (3.5/5) gibt es weitere Kritiken zu "Nemesis"... Und bei AICN gibt es zur Abwechslung eine eher positive Kritik...
[...] I declare that it is...
Good. Well, not "good" in the sense that, say, 8 MILE is good, but good for a latter day STAR TREK film under the auspices of Rick Berman. Good like a trip to the dentist and finding out that you’re free and clear of cavities. [...]

[13.12.2002] Bei AICN gibt es einen weiteren Verriss - dieses Mal von Alexandra DuPont...

[12.12.2002] Bei CS! gibt es eine weitere Kritik (7/10)...

[11.12.2002] Bei CS! sinnieren Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Marina Sirtis und Rick Berman über "Star Trek XI"... Bei AICN gibt es einen Verriss von Harry Knowles...

[06.12.2002] Blickpunkt:Film meldet, dass die Filmbewertungsstelle Wiesbaden (FBW) "Nemesis" mit dem Prädikat "Wertvoll" ausgezeichnet hat...

[04.12.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere "Nemesis" Kritik... Und bei gibt es eine negative Kritik zum "Nemesis"-Soundtrack !

[02.12.2002] sprach mit John Logan... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[01.12.2002] Bei TREKNews gibt es 5:36 Minuten aus dem Film "Star Trek Nemesis", in High Quality in einer Auflösung von 700x300 im DivX5 Format, sowie 40 hochauflösende Bilder (u.a. zahlreiche Behind the Scenes Aufnahmen)...

[28.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere negative Vorab-Kritik... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!
[...] How can one put into words the utter disappointment this film delivers on virtually every level? In a world where the sci-fi/fantasy genre has been blessed -- and the bar raised -- by the sheer creative brilliance of films such as the "The Fellowship of the Ring" and "The Matrix" and, at least on a technical level, the ability to realize other worlds and alien races like in the latest "Star Wars" movies, the "Trek" films seem somehow stuck in the past where our tastes as an audience were perhaps more simple and just the idea of seeing our TV heroes on the big screen was enough to help us look beyond some silly stories and "B" movie production values.
There's one essential problem with "Star Trek: Nemesis" that goes beyond its shortcomings in story, direction, and acting: it's CHEESY. [...]

[25.11.2002] Cinescape sprach mit Rick Berman über "Star Trek 11"...
[...] "I can tell you right now we’ll be making another film... There’s never been a STAR TREK movie that wasn’t profitable for Paramount. [...] There’s very little risk involved in STAR TREK films, so I think we’re a long way from seeing the end."
Paramount’s ad campaign for NEMESIS seems to imply that this might just be the last of the NEXT GENERATION films, and while Berman is not ready to write off Captain Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-E yet, he is willing to discuss an idea that has been thrown about over the years in TREK circles: the notion of combining characters from various TREK incarnations to create a sort of smorgasbord cast for the next movie.
"As to whether the next film will include these [TNG] characters, or a combination of these characters with other characters from other series, [or] new characters - that’s all yet to be discussed. And that won’t happen [the] Saturday morning [after NEMESIS opens] hopefully," he laughs. "They usually will give me a couple of months to breathe."
The executive producer stresses that "there’s been no discussion whatsoever about the next film" on an official level, but he does believe that a mix of TREK characters is a viable option for the feature film franchise. He even has some ideas about which characters might or might not work in such a capacity.
"I don’t know if putting [DEEP SPACE NINE’s Captain] Sisko on the screen is viable," he says. "But in the last film we put Robert Picardo who plays The Doctor into the film, which was, I think, met with a lot of cheers, and in this film we’ve got Kate Mulgrew doing a cameo. I think there are certain characters from other [shows that would work]. Colm Meaney is a remarkable actor. Rene Auberjonois is a remarkable actor. Jeri Ryan, I can’t imagine people would not love to see her on the big screen. So there are possibilities of combining other actors. But then again, I’m not suggesting that we’re going to do that. It’s just a possibility. It’s even a possibility that we would include characters from ENTERPRISE even though they’re 200 years earlier. Anything’s possible with STAR TREK." [...]

[24.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von einer streng geheimen Testvorführung... Gemischte Gefühle...
[...] "Nemesis" is both a success and a slight disappointment. It succeeds at delivering some nice character moments, several kick-ass action sequences and (for once in a very long time) an intruiging villain. The cast is as comfortable as ever in their roles and they're all given a more equal amount of screen time than in previous movies. [...]
To wrap up, the movie is good fun. Logan and Baird have done an admirable job and the film enjoys a sense of familiarity that we all feel with these characters. And while the group I went with all enjoyed it (with certain reservations like those above), we all felt that once again, it played like another TV episode projected on the big screen. Still waiting for that epic movie adventure....

[21.11.2002] Bei IFILM gibt es einen exklusiven Blick auf über 5 Minuten aus "Star Trek X: Nemesis" !!! United International Pictures (UIP) und präsentieren diese Ausschnitte auf der "Star Trek"-Con "Hansetrek" (22.-24.11.2002 im Sachsenwaldforum in Hamburg/Reinbek)...

[28.10.2002] Jetzt gibt es den neuen "Star Trek X: Nemesis" Trailer auch in deutscher Sprache...

[23.09.2002] Jetzt gibt es den neuen "Star Trek X: Nemesis" Trailer auch bei Apple... bietet die High Quality Version im DivX 5 Format in einer Auflösung von 640x360 Bildpunkten an...

[20.09.2002] Bei Daily Trek gibt es den neuen "Star Trek X: Nemesis" Trailer, inkl. Beschreibung...

[06.07.2002] Bei YAHOO! Movies gibt es mehrere neue Szenenbilder...

[03.07.2002] Bei Faction gibt es jetzt das "Star Trek X: Nemesis" Teaser-Poster !!!

[27.06.2002] Auf der Offiziellen "Star Trek X: Nemesis" Website gibt es jetzt den "Star Trek X: Nemesis" Teaser-Trailer !!!

[23.05.2002] Bei gibt es mehrere Bilder aus "Star Trek X: Nemesis" !!!

[19.03.2002] Bei phineasbog gibt es das komplette Drehbuch zu "Star Trek X: Nemesis" !!!

[07.11.2001] Bei "AICN" gibt es die Links zu "STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE Special Edition Trailer & Commercial"...

[01.08.2001] Dark Horizons berichtet...
Patrick Stewart appeared at a convention in England over the weekend and said the Net rumours about Trek 10 are pretty much all false, and confirmed production is aiming to start in October.

[25.07.2001] "AICN" verbreitet eine "Variety"-Meldung, die besagt, dass Stuart Baird bei "Star Trek X" Regie führen wird...

[24.07.2001] Bei "TrekOnline" gibt es jede Menge Story-Details zu "Star Trek X"... SPOILER !!!

[09.07.2001] Während Coming Attractions ein Bild der Enterprise der neuen Star Trek Serie "Enterprise" veröffentlicht, hat Coming Soon! ein interessantes Gerücht auf Lager: Sean Connery (u.a. "James Bond") soll den Bösewicht Shizon in "Star Trek X" spielen... Und bei "AICN" gibt es ein Script Review, mit vielen Details zur Story... SPOILER !!!

[05.2001] Star Trek Lives berichtet...
"Trek Today" will den vorläufigen Namen sowie den Inhalt der ersten paar Drehbuchseiten des kommenden Star Trek-Sequels in Erfahrung gebracht haben.
Demnach soll der neue Film "Nemesis" heißen, doch das könnte sich noch ändern. Die erste Szene spielt in Alaska, bei der Hochzeit von Will Riker und Deanna Troi, Captain Picard wird Trauzeuge. Interessanterweise war "Nemesis" auch als Name für "Star Trek: Insurrection" im Gespräch.
Corona Coming Attractions widmete sich dem Gerücht über die Beteiligung Leonard Nimoys (ST:TOS Spock) am neuen Film: "Das Gerücht, das Sie über Spock gehört haben, dass er der 'denkwürdige Bösewicht' ist, ist nicht so unglaubwürdig, wie einige denken. Tatsächlich scheint jemand dort draußen verbreitet zu haben, dass Spock nicht nur in dem Film auftreten wird, sondern dass Leonard Nimoy auch die Regie in Nummer 10 führen wird. Die Internet Movie Data Base führte ihn etwa eine Woche in dieser Position, bevor sein Name mysteriöserweise entfernt wurde.
Im Star Trek Communicator wurde [ST X-Drehbuchautor John] Logan über Spocks Auftritt im Film befragt. Er machte eine Pause und sagte dann, "Ich kann darüber nicht reden." Er konnte jedoch enthüllen, dass zumindest einige andere Elemente der originalen Serie in dem Film auftauchen werden. "Wir werden einige der Außerirdischen der originalen Serie zu sehen bekommen, die wir eine Weile nicht gesehen haben. Ich kann nicht ins Detail gehen, aber ich liebe die Andorianer auch."
Rick Berman enthüllte im Star Trek Communicator Informationen, die das Erscheinen von Spock bestätigen: "Wir haben einige Überraschungen für den Kinofilm geplant, den wir in diesem Jahr mit einigen Charakteren von einer anderen Serie als "Next Generation" drehen... Soweit es die Voyager- und DS9- Schauspieler angeht, sind dies alles Entscheidungen, die zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt getroffen werden, aber es gab keine Diskussion über irgendetwas weiteres zu diesem Zeitpunkt."

[26.03.2001] Es scheint so, als habe Patrick Stewart selbst dafür gesorgt, dass das Drehbuch für den "Star Trek X" den Tod von "Captain Jean-Luc Picard" enthält! Stewart selbst habe der britische Zeitung "The Sun" in einem Interview hierzu gesagt, er habe der 28-seitigen Storyline den Tod seines Charakters hinzugefügt. Die Produzenten würden sich dieses momentan anschauen. Stewart vermutet in dem Interview zudem, dass der Film gleichzeitig der letzte Film für die "Next Generation" sein könnte...

[03.01.2001] IGN FilmForce: Erlebt Picard sein letztes Abenteuer !? Drehbuchautor John Logan: Es wird viele neue Raumschiffe geben... Der Bösewicht soll so überzeugend wirken wie Khan in "Star Trek II"... Man wird Rassen zu sehen bekommen, die bislang nur in "Deep Space Nine", "Voyager" und der "Original"-Serie aufgetaucht sind... Es wird viele kleine Dinge geben, welche die Fans begeistern werden...

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