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Old 01-31-2010, 02:26 PM
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If I was asked to do a guest role, like Leonard, in the new film, I would do that. They’re a fabulously talented group of individuals.
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What this is about the original characters so why put in Picard just wondering?
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As much as I like Stewert and the Picard character any attempt to fit them into the sequel would seem too forced. Time to let the new crew do their thing.
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As much as I like Stewert and the Picard character any attempt to fit them into the sequel would seem too forced. Time to let the new crew do their thing.
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As much as I like Stewert and the Picard character any attempt to fit them into the sequel would seem too forced. Time to let the new crew do their thing.
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Me too. Though Stewart said the right thing. If he'd said he wouldn;t touch it with a barge pole he would have been slated.
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As a TNG fan, I'd like to see him, even if it's just an after credit scene where he welcomes Spock prime back or so
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I don't think so isn't this all about the original characters without anyone from the prime timeline so in my opinion I don't think it would work it would look forced
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Even if he makes an appearance he doesn't have to play Jean-Luc Picard. But i agree, putting a 24th century Picard in the new timeline would not be good. They already have one 24th century visitor, if anything, put Nimoy in again.
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I imagine most past cast would answer that they would do a cameo - they have the luxury of knowing it's not likely and if they said no too abruptly would have a backlash to answer to.
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