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Star Trek 12 Gets Release Date

I'm not sure if its Star Trek 12 or Star Trek 2, but the release date is June 29, 2012.

http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2010/01/11...-nothing-else/

UPDATE: Paramount has confirmed to MTV that the projected release date for the "Star Trek" sequel is indeed June 29, 2012.

This counts as news, but there's not much to it. We all know there's a "Star Trek" sequel coming. Hell, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, writers/producers of the May reboot, were talking about sequel possibilities as far back as the week after the first movie came out. Now we have a date to pin our hopes to: June 29, 2012.

Nothing else is known or announced, so don't ask. Maybe director J.J. Abrams will return to helm the sequel, maybe he won't. Maybe Khan will be the villain, maybe not. For all we know, the plan is to give us an epic "Star Trek Meets Star Wars" crossover. Could happen, right?

The news comes from a variety of sources, including Ain't It Cool News and Box Office Mojo, but there's no Paramount-issued press release that I can find. The information ran through some trustworthy sources, but we've yet to receive comment from the studio directly.

Regardless, there really hasn't ever been any doubt that we'd be seeing more "Star Trek." Abrams' take on the series made it friendly to an entirely new, much wider audience than its ever known before.

Were you anything less than certain that a "Star Trek" sequel was coming eventually? Where would you like the story to go from where it is now? Any specific hopes for the sequel?
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Old 12-09-2012, 04:23 PM   #151
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Old 12-09-2012, 04:25 PM   #152
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It would have been even better if they'd stuck with the original idea of having Saavik be the betrayer, but sadly Roddenberry shot it down.
The version I've heard of that story is that Kirstie Alley refused to return.
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Old 12-09-2012, 05:00 PM   #153
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It would have been even better if they'd stuck with the original idea of having Saavik be the betrayer, but sadly Roddenberry shot it down.
I dunno, because Kim Cattral nailed that role.

I don't think the other actresses could have.

Robin Curtis wasn't very notable all things considered.
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Old 12-09-2012, 05:03 PM   #154
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It would have been even better if they'd stuck with the original idea of having Saavik be the betrayer, but sadly Roddenberry shot it down.
Now that would have been cool...would have held more weight.
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Old 12-09-2012, 05:10 PM   #155
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The undiscovered Country is definitely right up there as one of the top Trek films.

It's a perfectly written allegory for the fall of the Cold War.

Nicholas Myer really "got" Trek as well as anyone ever did.
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Matt once made a very nice play in Seattle where he spun away from a pass rusher and hit Bowe off his back foot for a first down.

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Old 12-09-2012, 05:13 PM   #156
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JFC, they just gave away one of the iconic scenes in Star Trek history.
Abrams is too smart to do that, just a tease to get everyone thinking.

That trailer is perfect, it feels like theres an actual story behind it.
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Old 12-09-2012, 05:13 PM   #157
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The version I've heard of that story is that Kirstie Alley refused to return.
She refused to return to Star Trek III, for sure. I hadn't heard that she was asked to return for Star Trek VI.

Wasn't she uber heavy at that point?
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Old 12-09-2012, 05:15 PM   #158
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Abrams is too smart to do that, just a tease to get everyone thinking.

That trailer is perfect, it feels like theres an actual story behind it.
I agree. I think it was in there as a homage for die hard Trek fans.
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I agree. I think it was in there as a homage for die hard Trek fans.
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She refused to return to Star Trek III, for sure. I hadn't heard that she was asked to return for Star Trek VI.

Wasn't she uber heavy at that point?
Yeah. They couldn't hide her giant ass behind a bar in Star Trek.
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She refused to return to Star Trek III, for sure. I hadn't heard that she was asked to return for Star Trek VI.

Wasn't she uber heavy at that point?
It wasn't that she refused to return for ST III, from what I read, Paramount was only contractually obligated to give her an offer for the sequel. For some reason, they gave her an extremely low ball offer (less than what she made for ST II), and then when her agent made a counteroffer, Paramount told him they had already recast the role. That may or may not be true.

Also, it has been said that Kim Cattrall was the first choice to be Saavik in STII, but that did not work out, and she did not want to be the third actress to do the character when they approached her for ST VI, and that, along with Gene's objections led to the creation of the new character.

I agree that Star Trek VI is one of the best of the movies. Christopher Plummer was great in his Klingon role, and it had some of the best performances from the Original Series crew. They knew it was their last film together, so they give it their best on their way out. The storyline and script was great too, the parallels to the ending of the Cold War were very well done.
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She refused to return to Star Trek III, for sure. I hadn't heard that she was asked to return for Star Trek VI.
That's supposedly the story Nicholas Meyer tells in "The View from the Bridge: memories of Star Trek and a life in Hollywood" (2009). I've never read the book myself, so I have to go on quotes I found elsewhere:

p. 203:
Originally we had hoped to lure Kirstie Alley back to reprise her character as Saavik--her backstory from the other films would have made this especially poignant--but once again she declined.

p. 212:
As I have noted, in an ideal world Valeris should have been the stalwart Saavik, a character we had already come to love. And trust. This would have sharpened the pain of her betrayal, but absent Kirstie Alley, we decided it would be better to introduce a new character.
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