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Star Trek Information: A Trick Or The Truth?
So, I just read a recent news article on TrekMovie.com, and it left me wondering. Is the next Startrek film really solidified in its history and intent? Is there something hiding in the overall scheme of things; a lot more than what is presently being said to those of us in the public? And what’s more, at what point will we find out just what the movie is going to hold? All of these things are vital to those of us who are thought of as fans.
Zachary Quinto, the actor currently playing Commander Spock, in J. J. Abrams’ alternate Star Trek galaxy chatted with E concerning the mind-boggling routine the actors are facing during the shooting of the Star Trek follow up to the 2009 film. Quinto spoke of how Abrams is still defining the film which is currently being produced. Along with Zoe Saldana, the actress currently playing Uhura, Quinto and the gorgeous Saldana discussed the intense schedule they face every day during the shooting of the next movie. Frustrating was the word used by Quinto, and fatigued was used by Saldana in their interviews. Both like to work tirelessly, and neither of them regret the requirements for their roles. It sounds like the best of what any person could ask. The chance to perform something you adore and to really feel the rewards of that effort every and daily.
The interview continued, and the following terms caught my focus. In discussing the development of production, Quinto mentioned that what we will see on the big screen has not yet been solidified, decided, and outlined. He continued to say that these factors are what make Abrams so great and completely expresses his mind-boggling skill. It seems that Abrams operates on scripts right up to the instant that he hands them over to the actors and actresses to learn their lines.
This is the very first time that I’ve kept watch over news associated to the latest Star Trek films, and it makes me pause. Was it this way during the development of the first film? Is there too much pressure to create a blockbuster follow-up to the 2009 film? I wonder.
I was fascinated with the 2009 film, and I hope the follow up will broaden on what Abrams re-created. Could this information about a script in flux be a ruse, or is it just how Abrams normally produces a film? I anticipate reading more to see some of these unauthorized set photos, as I try to figure out for myself.
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