This week we go boldly where no man has gone before: Twelve Star Trek films in six days. After the broadcast, of course, to see where and when you want. Over the years, the successful franchise of Gene Roddenberry knew three captains and crews. Substance enough to turn the spectacular sci once heavily in the spotlight so. Read on for the best Trek trivia.
This year it is exactly fifty years ago that the crew of the USS Enterprise first went into space in Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS). In Playbox HD Creator Gene Roddenberry was inspired for the three seasons of the original series by westerns as Wagon Train and the book Gulliver's Travels . He tried in every episode of his imaginative series both to process an exciting as a moralistic element.
Only ten years after the series were made plans for a debut on the silver screen. The cast was rightly concerned that the age difference too would stand there so light-tricks were employed to minimize this. William Shatner (Captain Kirk) put himself on a spartan diet to be in shape again. It is good that the original crew are put over their fear old age; they played their memorable roles in no less than seven films and were responsible for important milestones in American television and film history. Thus Roddenberry's cast was particularly multicultural and progressive on women's roles and sent TOS Be the first interracial kiss in America.
In the seventh film took the younger crew of Star Trek: The Next Generation , led by Patrick Stewart (Captain Picard) over from the old hands. They also went to the far reaches of the universe of discovery and diplomatic missions. The franchise was put in the refrigerator after another three films. In 2009, it was up to director JJ Abrams for Star Trek to give a new plasma core. His reboot with Chris Pine as a young version of the rebellious Kirk now has three titles: Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness Star Trek and Beyond.
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