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This mainstay of Republic armored assault battalions is dropped by specialized carrier vehicles wherever combat is thickest. It carries a complement of 20 clone troopers, and enough firepower to breach even the most well defended enemy positions. At the Battle of Geonosis and many other battles…
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Star Trek Information: A Trick Or The Truth?
So, I just read a recent news write-up on TrekMovie.com, and it left me questioning. Is the next Star Trek film really solidified in its history and intent? Is there more hiding in the overall scheme of things; more than what is actually being said to those of us in the public? And what’s more, when will we discover just what the movie is going to hold? All of these things are important to those of us who are considered fans.
Zachary Quinto, the actor currently playing Mister Spock, in J. J. Abrams’ alternate Star Trek universe chatted with E about the overwhelming timetable the actors are going through during the recording 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. In addition to Zoe Saldana, the actress currently playing Uhura, Quinto and also the gorgeous Saldana talked about the grueling timetable they deal with every day during the recording of the next film. Overwhelming was the word used by Quinto, and tired was used by Saldana in their interview. Each love to work hard, and neither regret the requirements for their roles. It sounds like the best of what anybody could ask. The chance to perform something you adore and to really feel the advantages of that work every and every day.
The interview carried on, and the up coming terms caught my attention. In dealing with the development of producing, Quinto mentioned that what we will see on the big screen has yet to be solidified, decided, and outlined. He went on to say that those points are what make Abrams so good and fully expresses his mind-boggling skill. It seems that Abrams functions on scripts up to the moment that he gives them to the actors and actresses to study their lines.
This is the first time that I’ve kept watch over news associated to the newest Star Trek movies, and it tends to make me stop. Was it this way during the development of the first film? Will there be too much pressure to create a blockbuster follow-up to the 2009 film? I wonder.
I was impressed with the 2009 film, and I hope that the follow up will broaden on what Abrams re-created. Could this information about a script in flux be a trick, or is it the way Abrams typically makes a film? I look forward to reading more to see some of those unauthorized set pictures, as I make an effort to decide for myself.
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