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Old 02-13-2008, 05:54 PM
Steve Gennarelli Steve Gennarelli is offline
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Default Maurice Hurley's "Generations" script

I remember reading in "Cinefantastique" prior to the end of "Star Trek: The Nest Generation" that Rick Berman was considering 2 scripts..the one that ended up being done and one from Maurice Hurley who had produced the 2nd season of the show. Rick said in the interview something to the effect of..."...they're both great...whichever one we don't produce will be our next movie."
But I think Hurley's script or treatment was also involving Kirk and his crew. Did anyone here ever get to read this or know what the story involved ?
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Old 02-14-2008, 02:11 PM
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If you listen to the DVD commentary of Generations Director's edition it'll explain what happened. It's been a while since I listened to it, but I believe Moore & Braga were given the task to make the script that starts with Kirk, goes to TNG and finishes with Kirk & Picard. Another writer (could have been Hurley) done a script that started right off with TNG crew and came to Kirk near the end.
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