The new series has the opportunity to win back Trek fans, casual and hardened, who were lost with the film trilogy. In the age of peak TV, is there room for a blockbuster reboot of hoary old Star Trek? Beyond that, details are vague: after a troubled development that saw legendary showrunner Bryan Fuller Hannibal sign up for a year only to jump ship over some creative differences, home network CBS is playing things fairly close to its chest.
Yesterday, the LA Times ran an article on the struggles of a Canadian law enforcement agency in chasing down pedophiles based on the clues in various child porn photos. They're the ones who released the photoshopped images that showed only the backgrounds of the photos in hopes that people could identify where they were taken it worked. There was a strange claim in the article, however: "On one wall [of the law enforcement offices] is a 'Star Trek' poster with investigators' faces substituted for the Starship Enterprise crew.
Fucktard who spends way too much time playing shitty FPS games and way too little time having sex. At least I assume so, not having tried sex yet! A sorry excuse for a human being that spends way too much time sitting on their fat ass playing videogames, and no time drinking and getting pussy.
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To wit, the recent movies going back at least to Star Trek: Nemesis and obviously the rebooted continuity have had to juggle the needs of the many audiences who crave big-scale blockbuster action with the needs of the few hardcore Star Trek fans who prefer more philosophy and less slam-bang spectacle. The irony is that the movies cost way too much compared to the actual overseas appeal of the Star Trek movies, and said big budgets and Star Wars -ish action beats have gone toward conventional event movie thrills that have turned off the hardcore fans. Back when Star Trek Beyond was trying to find a director, I suggested that Aaron Sorkin direct, or at least write, the third chapter in the new Trekarguing that his signature motif impassioned, intelligent, competent people doing an important job and relishing the opportunity to be good and do good together was essentially Star Trek in a nutshell.
Over the last three years, she has appeared in explicit photos that have become highly coveted collectibles for pedophiles trolling the Internet. They have watched her grow up online -- the hair getting longer, the look in her eyes growing more distant. But right now, the only ones who can see her face are the wrong ones.
I can't think of one other group that would be so dedicated to removing the sex from a porn parody about their show just so they could focus more on the plot except maybe "Battlestar" fanatics. It turns out the filmmakers of this porn must have been "Star Trek" fans themselves, because they somehow managed to get a guy that looked like Patrick Stewart to star in their adult film. As it turns out, when you take away all the hardcore boning from the film and replace the characters with action figures, what you're left with is a pretty coherent and in-universe "Star Trek" episode.