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    Bring Back Kirk Trailer!

    This has been around for a few years now.
    It was done by the guys over on the Captain Kirk Page
    and who have been working on an Enhanced Edit of Trek 5.

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    My love of the Shat bows to no man's, but he's simply become too large to play Kirk. Federation liposuction would simply never permit him to swell to Denny Crane size.
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    They did bring back Kirk...he's now played by Chris Pine.

    Let it go, Bill. Go off into the sunset like ST VI. If it makes you feel any better I pretend the death scene in Generations never happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bleujayone View Post
    They did bring back Kirk...he's now played by Chris Pine.
    Blasphemy!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaith View Post
    My love of the Shat bows to no man's, but he's simply become too large to play Kirk. Federation liposuction would simply never permit him to swell to Denny Crane size.
    Oh I agree. I think the time has definitely passed.
    As I said this Trailer was made quite a few years ago now.

    Though I think it is a cool concept
    and wish GENERATIONS had been something closer to this in tone and epic scale.

    It is really too bad they could not come to agreement/or approached Shatner (depending on what story you believe) and filmed the little Kirk hologram wishing Spock a Happy Birthday and saying the classic "Where No Man Has Gone Before..." speech instead of Nimoy.

    See here for details...
    http://trekmovie.com/2009/11/23/read...lliam-shatner/

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    ^ Nah, as RLM said, Shatner is a huge presence who overwhelms everything else. Nimoy and just Nimoy was the perfect continuity for the new film run. And a pocket hologram would have been too Star Wars-y in a movie already packed with such cues.

    <tangent>That said, I'll forever be pissed at Nimoy for not agreeing to guest star on even one Boston Legal because he's "retired from acting", then going and doing the rather unremarkable (at least at the time) Fringe. I mean, dude... wtf?!</tangent>

    I read the second two Shatnerverse Mirror novels a decade or so ago, and loved 'em... maybe I'll revisit them at some point...
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    Yeah, the first two Shatnerverse Trilogies were good Popcorn fun.
    But the last trilogy Captain's Blood or whatever it was called, was bit of a mess.
    Though I did enjoy his last novel set in the Academy.
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