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  1. Hey All Do not know if you all know this, if you do not please click the link to read the article. The lawsuit against Axanar has been dropped by Paramount/CBS, below is the link on the latest news on what seems to be an excellent fan film. http://www.treknews.net/2016/05/28/axanar-lawsuit-update-proposed-fan-film-guidelines/
  2. This could potentially be the new logo and look of the upcoming series. That "new crews," with an S at the end, is pretty intriguing! Could that mean some sort of rotating cast / different ship each season type of format?
  3. http://io9.gizmodo.com/cbs-might-be-shutting-down-another-star-trek-fan-film-1772273712 It's almost a C&D, but it shows they're gearing up for their own media to be out.
  4. I found a link to this article earlier today. Admittedly, I'm still trying to figure out how I feel about it. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/star-trek-nicholas-meyer-joins-869985 On the one hand, I'm still feeling very pessimistic about new Star Trek material, and have yet to really get past my disappointment at the trailer for Reboot 3. On the other... Meyer has been responsible for some of the greatest moments in Star Trek. Wrath of Khan is still my favorite of the movies, and I feel the Enterprise vs. Reliant battle is the greatest of the saga. I'm still on the fence with this new series, but with this latest addition to the team... Having the right person in the right place can make all the difference with a series. Maybe Meyer will be able to breathe something meaningful into this new one? I think that I can allow time to tell. Thoughts?
  5. Just thought you all should know that the Indie Fan film ST: Horizon is now complete and is over an hour long, it is on You Tube, but for ease of access here is the link.
  6. This 21 Minute "Documentary Style" short film is the teaser for a feature length fan film in the works. It's probably the best one I've seen so far. Learn more at http://www.startrekaxanar.com/
  7. Found this and this it looks amazing. Sounds like a very promising story-line. https://youtu.be/wBZotCpkzXg
  8. Episode 4 is up. I never thought I'd like a fanmade production but each episode has improved in big steps. If you've watched the latest episode, what did you think of it? http://www.startrekcontinues.com/episodes.html
  9. So I've started watching TOS again for the first time in many years. (Not counting the movies. I watch those all the time! ) I last saw them before they were remastered, so that gives you an idea how long its been, even though I own the non-remastered DVDs, lol. I forgot how good these were, despite the "dated" graphics and set design. I guess that was the main reason why I normally skipped TOS when binge-watching Star Trek (and start with TNG). Shows where my priorities with entertainment used to lie: looks over story. Now I seem to notice the story more, and the barriers it shattered along the way. I just finished watching "Court Martial" and was surprised at how enthralled I was with it; a good law & order story that could probably hold up in any TV show today. Even an African-American Commodore, which was probably even more unheard-of in the '60s than an African-American woman on the bridge! Rant over. Just saying how much I am enjoying watching TOS again!
  10. Here's the sitch: You and your crew investigate an anomaly around a planet. Once your ship crosses the threshold of the anomaly, you find out that there's a settlement on the planet. And when you beam down and talk to the people there, you find out they're all your many-generations-removed descendants! Turns out that your ship, when trying to escape the anomaly, will be thrown 200 years into the past, and you and the other crew will end up building the settlement that you now stand in. There's a catch: You know how you can avoid the same fate when you leave the anomaly now. But in doing so, you erase the people -- all 8,000 of them who are your descendants -- from history. Your own family is waiting back for you on the starbase. Do you go back in time and fulfill this destiny of the planet and your descendants? Or do you use your knowledge to leave without creating this settlement, and erasing these people from history? That's the idea behind DS9 episode "Children of Time." Just re-watched it, and while the actors and producers say they didn't like it much, I thought it was one of the better time-travel episodes. Have you seen the episode? What did you think? And what would you do in their situation? Erase your descendants from history, or stay behind and live a happy, pastoral life?
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