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Old 03-02-2008, 06:27 PM
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But not Shatner right...we're not talking shatner?
Uh...nope...think that's been pretty much established.

This film is going to be more of an epic sized film than any Trek in history. The most epic feeling of the previous films was TMP. However, this would will be more epic in scope and story, spanning decades and the lives of our heroes.

This type of story isn't hard when you have good writers and creative folk like who we have behind this film.

When Paramount stated that Trek is right up there with Star Wars and LOTR they meant it. This film will finally show that.

I don't think anyone is prepared for the ride that's coming.

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Old 03-02-2008, 07:41 PM
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I agree, Kirk is dead, let's leave him that way.
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I think it will start with young Kirk and crew in a no win situation about to get blown to bits. Then the opening credits.

The story will then take us into the future but by the time we see young Kirk again he is in the process of being courtmarshalled for cheating on the Kobayashi Maru.

The outcome of the original scene is what will save Kirk and prove that his thinking does indeed work in the real universe.
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hmm sounds possible Chris.
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The story will then take us into the future but by the time we see young Kirk again he is in the process of being courtmarshalled for cheating on the Kobayashi Maru.
When was it said Kirk faced court martial for the KM test? Last I heard he "got a commendation for original thinking."
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Apparently, Kirk got a court martial and then a special commendation.
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OK, who said anything about a court martial? Where'd that one come from? I remember it being said that he was the only cadet to beat the NO WIN scenario and that he received a commendation for original thinking... but no one ever said a thing about a tribunal, let alone a full court martial....
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What's the source of the court martial, please? That's new to me. I don't recall anything in TWOK even hinting at such disciplinary action. Thanks.
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I have no idea, but the source was definitely not TWOK.

It may have been someone peeking at spoilers you know.
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