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The Countdown is almost done for the top movie of the year. Star Trek Into Darkness... Shall We Begin ?
05-10-2013, 02:50 AM #1
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05-10-2013, 04:00 AM #2
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sorry ulp 2.0 but i think wwz is gonna crush star trek at the box office


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05-10-2013, 04:33 AM #3
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I don't know about that

Star Trek INTO Darkness is getting really good reviews so far... I can not wait to see it.

most reviews on youtube give it 4.5 / 5 or a 9.5 / 10

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05-10-2013, 05:25 AM #4
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Who do you think the villan is ? Ppl keel saying Khan ,but I don't see how ...

I think its Q .A vicious bastard Q . Why not ?

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05-10-2013, 05:27 AM #5
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One of them is on a talk show tonight here. Not sure whi h one or which show .
I think letterman or Craig Ferguson ....

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05-10-2013, 07:28 AM #6
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(05-10-2013, 05:25 AM)Bunneh Wrote:  Who do you think the villan is ? Ppl keel saying Khan ,but I don't see how ...

I think its Q .A vicious bastard Q . Why not ?
It's not Q it's ?

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05-10-2013, 07:54 AM #7
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(WARNING: Major possible, quite likely spoilers ahead!!)

Ever since the Star Trek reboot hit theaters in 2009 and successfully rebooted the franchise, people have been wondering what's next for the born again franchise. While it was initially rumored that Benicio Del Toro would be cast as the bad guy, a few months ago it was announced that British actor Benedict Cumberbatch had been cast as the villain in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, which is due in theaters next May.

When Del Toro’s name was initially being floated, people believed that director J.J. Abrams was going to bring back the legendary Khan character, which is considered by many to be the greatest villain in the entire Star Trek franchise. Many Star Trek fans (including myself) believed that bringing back Khan Noonien Singh would be a serious mistake, mainly because of the fact that it is believed that no one will ever be able to do better than Ricardo Maltoban’s. Remember seeing Heath Ledger portray the joker, and just knowing that that no one could ever do it better? Yeah. That.

However, after announcing that Benedict Cumberbatch was brought on board, another original series villain name began to circulate: Gary Mitchell. Cumberbatch is currently most well known for portraying the character of Sherlock Homes in the British television series Sherlock.

Lt. Commander Gary Mitchell first appeared in the original series episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before." He was Captain Kirk’s best friend, who ended up receiving god-like powers through an accident and became a serious threat to the Enterprise and her crew. Gary Lockwood, who also appeared in the Sci Fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, originally portrayed Mitchell.

So why believe that Benedict Cumberbatch will portray Gary Mitchell in Star Trek Into Darkness? There are a few reasons..

http://www.policymic.com/articles/16041/...y-mitchell

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05-10-2013, 08:02 AM #8
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if you remember the episode 'where no man has gone before, the one where kirks friend gets god like powers and sets out to take over the enterprise but kirks only chance to stop him is to maroon him on a deserted planet at the outer most region of the galaxy but not be fore having to fight his buddy, gary and winning, here's a pick from that episode i f you can remember the episode the dude sitting is the villian in the new star trek movie
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05-11-2013, 05:08 AM #9
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(05-10-2013, 07:54 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  (WARNING: Major possible, quite likely spoilers ahead!!)

Ever since the Star Trek reboot hit theaters in 2009 and successfully rebooted the franchise, people have been wondering what's next for the born again franchise. While it was initially rumored that Benicio Del Toro would be cast as the bad guy, a few months ago it was announced that British actor Benedict Cumberbatch had been cast as the villain in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, which is due in theaters next May.

When Del Toro’s name was initially being floated, people believed that director J.J. Abrams was going to bring back the legendary Khan character, which is considered by many to be the greatest villain in the entire Star Trek franchise. Many Star Trek fans (including myself) believed that bringing back Khan Noonien Singh would be a serious mistake, mainly because of the fact that it is believed that no one will ever be able to do better than Ricardo Maltoban’s. Remember seeing Heath Ledger portray the joker, and just knowing that that no one could ever do it better? Yeah. That.

However, after announcing that Benedict Cumberbatch was brought on board, another original series villain name began to circulate: Gary Mitchell. Cumberbatch is currently most well known for portraying the character of Sherlock Homes in the British television series Sherlock.

Lt. Commander Gary Mitchell first appeared in the original series episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before." He was Captain Kirk’s best friend, who ended up receiving god-like powers through an accident and became a serious threat to the Enterprise and her crew. Gary Lockwood, who also appeared in the Sci Fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, originally portrayed Mitchell.

So why believe that Benedict Cumberbatch will portray Gary Mitchell in Star Trek Into Darkness? There are a few reasons..

http://www.policymic.com/articles/16041/...y-mitchell


No,read all of this numerous times. I think its all a ruse .I'm sticking with Q ,even tho he was next generation .
I'm a Q fan ,what can I say .

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05-11-2013, 05:20 AM #10
Capt kwirk Member
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(05-11-2013, 05:08 AM)Bunneh Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 07:54 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  (WARNING: Major possible, quite likely spoilers ahead!!)

Ever since the Star Trek reboot hit theaters in 2009 and successfully rebooted the franchise, people have been wondering what's next for the born again franchise. While it was initially rumored that Benicio Del Toro would be cast as the bad guy, a few months ago it was announced that British actor Benedict Cumberbatch had been cast as the villain in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, which is due in theaters next May.

When Del Toro’s name was initially being floated, people believed that director J.J. Abrams was going to bring back the legendary Khan character, which is considered by many to be the greatest villain in the entire Star Trek franchise. Many Star Trek fans (including myself) believed that bringing back Khan Noonien Singh would be a serious mistake, mainly because of the fact that it is believed that no one will ever be able to do better than Ricardo Maltoban’s. Remember seeing Heath Ledger portray the joker, and just knowing that that no one could ever do it better? Yeah. That.

However, after announcing that Benedict Cumberbatch was brought on board, another original series villain name began to circulate: Gary Mitchell. Cumberbatch is currently most well known for portraying the character of Sherlock Homes in the British television series Sherlock.

Lt. Commander Gary Mitchell first appeared in the original series episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before." He was Captain Kirk’s best friend, who ended up receiving god-like powers through an accident and became a serious threat to the Enterprise and her crew. Gary Lockwood, who also appeared in the Sci Fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, originally portrayed Mitchell.

So why believe that Benedict Cumberbatch will portray Gary Mitchell in Star Trek Into Darkness? There are a few reasons..

http://www.policymic.com/articles/16041/...y-mitchell


No,read all of this numerous times. I think its all a ruse .I'm sticking with Q ,even tho he was next generation .
I'm a Q fan ,what can I say .
sorry but there's no Q in the new movie so ya won't be seeing

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guy on the right from episode 'where no man has gone before is the villian

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05-11-2013, 05:23 AM #11
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(05-11-2013, 05:20 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 05:08 AM)Bunneh Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 07:54 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  (WARNING: Major possible, quite likely spoilers ahead!!)

Ever since the Star Trek reboot hit theaters in 2009 and successfully rebooted the franchise, people have been wondering what's next for the born again franchise. While it was initially rumored that Benicio Del Toro would be cast as the bad guy, a few months ago it was announced that British actor Benedict Cumberbatch had been cast as the villain in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, which is due in theaters next May.

When Del Toro’s name was initially being floated, people believed that director J.J. Abrams was going to bring back the legendary Khan character, which is considered by many to be the greatest villain in the entire Star Trek franchise. Many Star Trek fans (including myself) believed that bringing back Khan Noonien Singh would be a serious mistake, mainly because of the fact that it is believed that no one will ever be able to do better than Ricardo Maltoban’s. Remember seeing Heath Ledger portray the joker, and just knowing that that no one could ever do it better? Yeah. That.

However, after announcing that Benedict Cumberbatch was brought on board, another original series villain name began to circulate: Gary Mitchell. Cumberbatch is currently most well known for portraying the character of Sherlock Homes in the British television series Sherlock.

Lt. Commander Gary Mitchell first appeared in the original series episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before." He was Captain Kirk’s best friend, who ended up receiving god-like powers through an accident and became a serious threat to the Enterprise and her crew. Gary Lockwood, who also appeared in the Sci Fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, originally portrayed Mitchell.

So why believe that Benedict Cumberbatch will portray Gary Mitchell in Star Trek Into Darkness? There are a few reasons..

http://www.policymic.com/articles/16041/...y-mitchell


No,read all of this numerous times. I think its all a ruse .I'm sticking with Q ,even tho he was next generation .
I'm a Q fan ,what can I say .
sorry but there's no Q in the new movie so ya won't be seeing

İmage

guy on the right from episode 'where no man has gone before is the villian

İmage


It's Q Damn it ! *waves fist* let me have my dreams !

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05-11-2013, 05:44 AM #12
Capt kwirk Member
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(05-11-2013, 05:23 AM)MEDUSA Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 05:20 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  
(05-11-2013, 05:08 AM)Bunneh Wrote:  
(05-10-2013, 07:54 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  (WARNING: Major possible, quite likely spoilers ahead!!)

Ever since the Star Trek reboot hit theaters in 2009 and successfully rebooted the franchise, people have been wondering what's next for the born again franchise. While it was initially rumored that Benicio Del Toro would be cast as the bad guy, a few months ago it was announced that British actor Benedict Cumberbatch had been cast as the villain in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, which is due in theaters next May.

When Del Toro’s name was initially being floated, people believed that director J.J. Abrams was going to bring back the legendary Khan character, which is considered by many to be the greatest villain in the entire Star Trek franchise. Many Star Trek fans (including myself) believed that bringing back Khan Noonien Singh would be a serious mistake, mainly because of the fact that it is believed that no one will ever be able to do better than Ricardo Maltoban’s. Remember seeing Heath Ledger portray the joker, and just knowing that that no one could ever do it better? Yeah. That.

However, after announcing that Benedict Cumberbatch was brought on board, another original series villain name began to circulate: Gary Mitchell. Cumberbatch is currently most well known for portraying the character of Sherlock Homes in the British television series Sherlock.

Lt. Commander Gary Mitchell first appeared in the original series episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before." He was Captain Kirk’s best friend, who ended up receiving god-like powers through an accident and became a serious threat to the Enterprise and her crew. Gary Lockwood, who also appeared in the Sci Fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, originally portrayed Mitchell.

So why believe that Benedict Cumberbatch will portray Gary Mitchell in Star Trek Into Darkness? There are a few reasons..

http://www.policymic.com/articles/16041/...y-mitchell


No,read all of this numerous times. I think its all a ruse .I'm sticking with Q ,even tho he was next generation .
I'm a Q fan ,what can I say .
sorry but there's no Q in the new movie so ya won't be seeing

İmage

guy on the right from episode 'where no man has gone before is the villian

İmage


It's Q Damn it ! *waves fist* let me have my dreams !
sorry but it is what it is and the gary charecter with god like powers who was marroned and out for revenge by kirk makes for an excellent villian inmho, also the episode 'where no man has gone before is considered to be one of if not the best episode and also the 2nd pilot episode after i replied last night to this thread i watched it online along with episode the galileo 7 ' whre spock , scotyy and mcoy and 3 others are shipwrecked on a planet with 12 ft big hairy beasts not a bad episoe either

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