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Old 05-28-2009, 04:21 PM
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And another one: "They only talk"
That's really too bad. I'm sure you are a great Trek ambassador though, NCC.
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I took 18 people with me to the preview on May 6
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New audiences may think the movie is full of old people. I don't know but this may be one of those cases where the 2nd movie does tons better than the first because by then people have caught on.
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Old 05-29-2009, 04:56 AM
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I wonder if Paramount consults with marketeers in the various countries. Seems to me that would be both a beneficial and logical thing to do.
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Old 05-29-2009, 05:47 AM
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Has it been released in Japan yet?
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Has it been released in Japan yet?



according to TrekMovie.com this weekend
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according to TrekMovie.com this weekend
kewl! Cha-Ching!!
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I keep my fingers crossed.
I also agree with the notion that Star Trek is very popular in Germany, but there are some
reasons because of which it might have a slighly different status than in the USA.
It's traditionally considered a children's program
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I keep my fingers crossed.
I also agree with the notion that Star Trek is very popular in Germany, but there are some
reasons because of which it might have a slighly different status than in the USA.
It's traditionally considered a children's program
How did Star Wars and the Xmen films do there?
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