Trump revealed the US Space Force logo today and I’ll admit that it does look like Star Trek a little bit. Not exactly the same as the Star Trek insignia but pretty close.
I think the goal with Trump’s SpaceForce is that to have the military protect the United States by doing operations and things like that in outer space. Ya know, to keep an eye out for the United States by space.
So pretty soon they’ll be building their own spacecrafts, rockets and things like that to blast into space. I also would think they would be wearing astronaut suits just like NASA.
A lot of people would like think of the Space Force as Star Trek or Star Wars which is funny but it won’t even be close to those. It’ll be similar to NASA but different. Will the Space Force have their own space station in space? Yes, I’m sure they’re planning on that but that would take years to build probably. It won’t be anything like the Starship Enterprise and I’m sure you’ll still be floating around in the space station.
When Trump first announced that he’s going to start a SPACE FORCE, everybody laughed at him (including Trump supporters) and thought he was just kidding but turns out he’s not. This Space Force thing is 100% real and he isn’t kidding around obviously.
Would this space force thing work in order to protect the USA? Yeah, I think it totally would. A lot of people like to make fun of this but it’s the real deal and I think it would work. It is interesting where this is going. No there won’t be light sabers, no laser guns and there won’t be a death star and there won’t be Klingon ships, lmao.
It’s interesting how this is getting people talking.
I know I have been staying away from movie news a lot, but this one sounds intriguing to me that I need to post about this one. Quentin Tarantino came up with the idea that he wants to make an R-rated Star Trek movie with the new reboot cast. It turns out that J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures both love the idea and they’re gonna give it a try.
If they’re gonna make it a hard-R, that means the film will be full of swearing, offensive and vulgar language which Tarantino is best at. Can you see a young Captain Kirk played by Chris Pine dropping F bombs throughout the movie? Not only that, it could open the doors for more gritty violence, blood and gore. Could the film also include more sexual content like more nudity? All of this could be possible.
A non-family friendly Star Trek film. Interesting.
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As a Star Trek fan, I’m all for this.
Could it help bring a wider auidience? I don’t know. The film will indeed turn off some longtime fans, but it could help bring many new ones too.
I’m actually interested in a Tarantino styled Star Trek movie. He’ll probably make it a full three hours. You know how Tarantino films usually are. It’ll be the same with Star Trek.
I don’t like Tarantino’s left-wing political views but he’s still talented. I’m still a fan of his. I still haven’t seen The Hateful Eight yet but since it’s on Netflix, I’ll get around to watching that film soon.
Bryan Fuller who is the producer of the new “Star Trek” series says the show will be more graphic.
What does that mean? Will the show have more gritty violence and blood? Will there be more profanity? Fuller said not a lot but who knows maybe there will be a little profanity. Will they experiment with more nudity and sex scenes?
They’re not on broadcast networks (regular TV) anymore so they can do what they want. Sounds like they’re want the new “Star Trek” show to be aimed at the adult audience which will be interesting.
It’ll be interesting to see who the new Captain is gonna be and we’ll find out soon. I won’t be able to watch the new “Star Trek” show ’cause I’m not subscribing to CBS All Access. I subscribe to three things like Netflix, WWE Network and Apple Music so that’s good enough for me. Maybe Netflix will get the new “Star Trek” after it streams on CBS All Access, who knows? All the Star Trek shows are on Netflix anyways.
I’m a big Star Trek fan still.
Over the years there have been 5 different Star Trek shows for the small screen: the original series, “Star Trek: the Next Generation”, “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”, “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Star Trek: Enterprise”. After “Star Trek: Enterprise” ended in 2005 there hasn’t been a new Star Trek TV show ever since. During the years that there has been no new Star Trek show, CBS/Paramount concentrated on the new JJ Abrams film series reboot. Now there’s finally gonna be a new TV show after all these years.
The new Star Trek show will premiere on Jan. in 2017 and will be exclusive for the new “CBS: All Access” standalone streaming service which will cost $5.99 a month.
Will the new TV show be based on the reboot film series? I don’t think so ’cause the article just said the new show will have all new characters so it won’t be a reboot of anything. There’s probably gonna be a new Captain and new everything. The plot and characters are unknown at this time ’cause the article doesn’t say but I’m sure we’ll learn more soon. I’m sure we’ll get a trailer very soon.
I won’t watch it on the new CBS streaming service but I’m sure the first season will land on Netflix streaming. All the Star Trek TV shows are available for Netflix streaming so I’m sure this new one will land on there as well.
I’m a big Star Trek fan, always has been. I saw all the TV shows and all the movies… except the only TV show I never saw was “Star Trek: Enterprise”. I won’t bother watching that one ’cause it didn’t get the best reviews.
I’m glad a new series is finally coming, though.
All last week, I’ve been re-watching the 6 original “Star Trek” movies with the original cast. I wanted to re-watched the first 6 Star Trek movies in honor of Leonard as a way to celebrate his career in Star Trek. Yep, I re-watched the first 6 Star Trek films: “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”, “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”, “Star Trek III: The Search For Spock”, “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home”, “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” and “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country”.
I’ve seen all these movies so many times over the years but it was good to watch ’em all again. I love all of these movies except for “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” which was the only one that I thought was pretty much garbage. Bad plot. Bad writing. Bad directing. William Shatner directed that one himself too. I also thought this whole story between Cpt. Kirk vs. God was pretty wacky.
I also still say that “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” and “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home” were the best of the series.
It was great to re-watch these movies again, though.
As some of you know, I’m a huge Star Trek fan so I guess you can say that I’m a Trekkie. Have been ever since I was a child. I was obsessed with the original Star Trek series when I was a kid and I still love that show today. I also loved all of the 6 original Star Trek films that Leonard starred in as Spock: “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”, “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”, “Star Trek III: The Search For Spock”, “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home”, “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” and Leonard once again reprised his role as Spock for JJ Abrams, “Star Trek” film. He also had a cameo in “Star Trek Into Darkness”.
While most people remember Leonard as an actor who played the legendary Spock, he was more than just that. Leonard was a multi-talented man. He did it all in the entertainment business. You name it, he did it. He was an actor, film director, screenwriter, poet, author, singer/musician and photographer. He did release his own music albums and published his own books over the years.
As a film director, he did direct other films besides “Star Trek III” and “Star Trek IV” in which he was the director of those two movies. He was also the director of the comedy film, “Three Men and a Baby” in which I’m sure most of us seen.
Leonard passed away at his Bel Air home, he was 83 years old.
When the first Star Trek movie came out, I remember that William Shatner desperately wanted to return as Captain Kirk just like Leonard Nimoy returned as Spock for the first film. However, JJ Abrams didn’t want Kirk to return to the first film since Kirk got killed off in “Star Trek: Generations”. Remember, JJ and Bill Shatner had a little public feud ’cause JJ wouldn’t have him in the film? I’ll never forget that feud as it was entertaining as hell stuff!
Well, it’s looking like that JJ wants the original Captain Kirk back in the film with Leonard as Spock. The original Cpt. Kirk and Spock to reunite in the next Star Trek film? If that’s gonna happen which probably will, I’ll go see it.
Even if the original Cpt. Kirk got killed off in an earlier Star Trek movie, I’m sure they’ll find a way to bring him back. Keep in mind, Bill Shatner is a sci-fi writer himself so I’m sure he’ll give JJ some ideas.
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” was a horrible film and I’m sure the next film won’t be any better but I’ll go see it if the original Cpt. Kirk and Spock are gonna reunite. That’ll be pretty cool to see.
For the first time ever , Star Trek will launch it’s very first beer. The name of the first Star Trek beer will be called, “Warnog” which is the name of the actual Klingon beer that was seen in the TV series. No launch date has been announced yet but they said it will be out sometime later this year.
I’m not much of an alcohol drinker anymore but I gotta try this so hopefully my area will sell it. There is a beverage store here.
What’s gonna be next? Romulan Ale? Cpt. Picard’s “Earl Grey Tea”???
The Star Trek official page posted this interesting image… ranking the best Star Trek movies in order that was chosen by fans at a Star Trek convention. Here is the entire Star Trek filmography ranked in order from best to worst.
Some of you may scratch your head at this list and ask yourself, “Why is Galaxy Quest listed there?”. “Galaxy Quest” is a comedy film starring Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver. The film is also a homage to Star Trek, a tribute kind of thing. That’s why the movie made the list. It’s a parody of Trek.
I agree with this list. It’s pretty well done.
I agree that the first four listed on here are the best ones of them all. “The Wrath of Khan” was the best Trek movie of the original series and “First Contact” was the best of the TNG series. I did like the “Undiscovered Country” and “The Voyage Home”.
All the other Star Trek films needed a little work. To be honest with you, I never really cared for the JJ Abrams reboot. I never saw, “Star Trek Into Darkness” in theater. I was gonna wait for rental on that one. What’s wrong with Star Trek? Is this franchise dying? The reason for the reboot with younger cast is ’cause the TNG cast retired and moved on… Paramount Pictures can’t think of new ideas so they decided to reboot the series. I’m a huge Star Trek fan and would like this franchise to improve. When you come to think of it, I’m glad JJ is leaving “Star Trek” for “Star Wars” ’cause it’s a good opportunity to improve the franchise. I didn’t like JJ behind Star Trek, anyway. Way too much lens flare and the CGI gave me a headache.
Star Trek needs to be saved, big time. I don’t like where it’s going. It’ll be nice if we get one last Next Generation movie, though. That’ll be great if Picard and the rest of the gang will reunite for one last film but I don’t see that happening anytime soon sadly. Seems like the entire TNG cast is done. They spent most of their lives working on the franchise so I guess a retirement for all of them is well-deserved.
I love Star Trek. I grew up on the franchise. Have been a Trekkie ever since I was a child.
I usually wish the Shat, a happy birthday every year in my blog. Why? Because he’s a hero and inspiration to me. Love the guy! I’ve looked after him, my whole life. He is a man of many talents. He has done everything you could think of in the entertainment business. He was an actor most notably, but he was also a spoken word singer, TV show host, comedian, science fiction writer & non fiction author, former professional wrestler (yes, he worked for the WWF for a little bit), and he was many other things. I don’t know how he does it, but the man keeps himself busy, all the time. That’s part of why he is such an inspiration. He’s a work horse for sure. Plus, he’s an entertaining and funny as hell guy. He treated his career in a positive direction too. Happy Birthday, Shat! Enjoy yourself, where ever you are!