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    Default Looks Like We Might Be Getting *Real* Star Trek Again!

    And not more of that steaming pile known as Discovery either!




    Sir Patrick Stewart In Talks To Return To Star Trek As Captain Jean-Luc Picard

    June 24, 2018

    Patrick Stewart may be beamed back for another Star Trek series.

    Sir Patrick, 77, is “close to securing a deal” to return as Captain Jean-Luc Picard for a reboot of the Generation series.

    The star is keen to reprise his most *famous part – and deals are close to *being struck, says a TV source.

    CBS is working on projects to expand their Trekkie universe after the mammoth success of the Star Trek: Discovery series on Netflix.

    The show’s co-creator Alex Kurtzman has a five-year contract to forge new adventures for the small screen. And his team has spoken to Sir Patrick about returning as Picard to helm the Enterprise for run or even longer.

    An LA source said: “Patrick is *looking pretty good to get back on board the Enterprise. There are some aspects of the deal to be finalised, but there is a verbal commitment from all parties.”

    He said: “There are animated series also in the works, and Patrick could easily lend his voice to them.

    “An announcement will be made in the next few weeks and the show should be out next year.”

    In the past Sir Patrick has *admitted he expected his breakout role in Star Trek: The Next Generation, which lasted seven years, to be a quick flop 30 years ago.

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    Default Re: Looks Like We Might Be Getting *Real* Star Trek Again!

    I watched the first two episodes of the "woke" star trek with nary a male around. It was steaming pile of dogshit. The lead tough female was fighting Klingons? LOL. They would have simply crushed her and moved on. The average human male has 60% more strength than an average female. Males have significantly more bone mass and body mass.

    The average Klingon probably has the same advantage as compared to a HUMAN male. Hence the difference is quite likely 400%.

    She's not going to trade blows with an average Klingon. Two hits. Him hitting her, her hitting the floor. End of the line for her.

    Despite what you may see in movies, women can't take blows to the head. Their bones aren't NEARLY as thick or resistant. Males have been beating each other about the head and face for the past 200,000 years. Only the ones with the thickest heads survived. Sorry ladies, men have earned the ability to take a hit to the head, the ones that couldn't didn't procreate.
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    Default Re: Looks Like We Might Be Getting *Real* Star Trek Again!

    Yeah, I watched the whole first season of Discovery. There was a brief moment it got better but it was still a massive turd. Klingons that look and sounds like shit and are nothing we've ever seen before? Spock suddenly has a step sister we didn't know anything about for 4 decades of the franchise? We use magic shrooms to fly through space now?




    If it wasn't branded as Star Trek it might be passable as SciFi but as Star Trek, it fails miserably. Especially since it claims to be a TOS prequel.

    Really hoping a new series with Patrick Stewart is a return to the real timeline and not the abortion known as the Abramsverse.

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