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Paramount Already Thinking About Sequel To Abrams Star Trek June 4, 2008

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Star Trek (2009 film),Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback

With the JJ Abrams Star Trek movie still eleven months away, is it too early to be talking about a sequel? Apparently to Paramount Pictures the answer is ‘no.’ Star Trek co-writer and executive producer Roberto Orci has revealed exclusively to that the studio is already perusing the new Trek team to nail them down for a follow-up.

In yesterday’s article about JJ Abrams views on Spoilers, Orci dropped by the talkback section and interacted with the fans. Although Bob expressed his backing of the Abrams ‘no spoilers’ policy, when pressed for some spoilers (including showing him the Queen of Diamonds from The Manchurian Candidate), Orci let the following out of the bag:

Alright, since I saw the queen I can give you a spoiler about the Studio’s state of mind (not about the movie itself). The spoiler is that they already want to lock us down to write the sequel. Take that as you will.

After reading that contacted Mr. Orci to get some more details. Orci first wanted to clarify that Paramount wants ALL of the Trek team back, or as he has dubbed them: ‘The Supreme Court.’ This would mean the return of co-writers/exec producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, producer Damon Lindelof, executive producer Bryan Burk and director/producer JJ Abrams. There are no detailed discussions yet, but Orci tells TrekMovie “they would like to lock us down” for the sequel, but he points out:

Unless the studio had a horrible experience with us, they would be trying to lock us down as standard operating procedure. They haven’t even seen the movie yet, so this news should not be taken as evidence that we are anything special. It’s a quite normal practice.

It has previously been reported that Paramount has signed all the major actors with options for two additional films, which is also standard practice. It should also be remembered that the first talks between the Abrams team and Paramount about the 2009 Star Trek feature were in early 2006. That being said, all indications from TrekMovie sources are that Paramount is very enthusiastic about the new Star Trek and the team behind it. The move of the film from Christmas 2008 to the Summer 2009 season was a big indication that they think Trek can join Tranformers (and now Iron Man) as one of their stable of tent-pole franchises.

If one were to guess, then the likeliest timing for any sequel would be 2011. Paramount seem to be spreading their franchises out with two year gaps now like with the 2009 Transformers 2 and the talk of a 2010 Iron Man 2. Of course finding time on the busy schedules for the Abrams team is always an issue. Abrams has multiple TV and film projects in the works as a producer and there has been some talk of him directing an adaptation of the Steven King’s Dark Tower following Star Trek (he will at least be producing it). For their part Orci and Kurtzman have a number of projects going, most notably now the aforementioned Transformers 2, but also nine other films as either writer or producer. Lindelof keeps pretty busy as the showrunner for a little thing called Lost and Abrams, Burk, Orci and Kurtzman are also spending a lot of time on their new Fox TV series Fringe, premiering in the Fall of 2008. Regarding schedules, Orci notes:

As far as our schedules, I’m not sure what the hurry is since Star Trek doesn’t come out for a year. Some of our development is up in the air right now, so I don’t know exactly when we could get started.

Of course since we still don’t know where Star Trek ends, it is difficult to talk about what the sequel would be like (except we know it would retain much of the same cast). When asked if he and Alex have put much thought into the sequel, Orci states:

It depends on what you classify as “much.” We’ve certainly thought about it some.

But what to call it?
One of the issues Paramount and the Abrams team will have to deal with is what to call a sequel. Star Trek II is already taken. suggests finding a name like The Dark Knight, the sequel to the Batman reboot Batman Begins. There is no reason that ‘Star Trek’ needs to be in the title. This year we will see the 22nd film in the James Bond franchise and not a single one has had the name ‘Bond’ in it.


1. boJac - June 4, 2008

Cool! How about : “Where no man has gone before”

2. JARED WYNN - June 4, 2008

sounds like abrams and gang has caught lightening in a bottle and are keeping it there.

3. Captain Slow - June 4, 2008


4. That Guy - June 4, 2008

How about: The Heavens Beyond….

5. Aaron - June 4, 2008

How about “syndicated franchise” for the name? I think that sums up Trek in a nutshell. I say that with tongue in cheek and with a tad bit of sarcasm.

6. Prologic9 - June 4, 2008

“There is no reason that ‘Star trek’ needs to be in the title.”

Tell that the “Enterprise” season 3.

BTW, Dugg for obscure Ghostbusters Reference. :)

7. Driver - June 4, 2008

The sequel to STAR TREK need not have STAR TREK in the title. Just the insignia somewhere on the poster.

8. Stanky McFibberich - June 4, 2008

I hope in the sequel, the fake actors are replaced with more fake actors.

9. Quatlo - June 4, 2008

Whatever the 2009 film or any sequel(s) to the re-imagining are called, movie theaters will simply put “Star Trek” on the exterior signage. Same as with # 1 – 10. And that’ll work if the 2009 film is not a huge flop.

10. john doe - June 4, 2008

that would be an intersting film to say the least

11. Cyberghost - June 4, 2008

Music to my ears, except I will turn 50 in 2011, as many times said on another 60’s TV show “oh the pain, you bubble headed bubbie” How about another movie stab at LIS? Season one of course

12. Jason - June 4, 2008

While it would be great, I don’t think they should dabble too much in the original series crew. The problem is that it might start treading on the series. To do that, they’d have to do a damn near-impossibly good job on it.

There’s nothing stopping them from doing a film about Sulu, Uhura, Chekov, and Spock reuniting after the films. I wonder if that would go down well. Unlikely though.

Another Next Gen movie is what I wanna see. A final film that’s a bit more appropriate, and of course better.

Still, they’ve got such a good cast for this film, it’d be a shame to not use them again. Ahh so many thoughts…

13. Daoud - June 4, 2008

Wow, a twelvequel… a dodecaquel… As I said in the other thread… thanks Boborci for this nugget of news, for what it’s worth.

Titling Star Trek XII could be a contest at! I’ll contribute my favorites, since the otherwise perfect “These Are The Voyages” has been RUINED for FOREVER:

“Starship Enterprise”
“Strange New Worlds”
“Star Trek, Chapter 2″ (Doing a “A New Hope” to Star Trek [2009] and considering it “Star Trek, Chapter 1″
“Star Trek, Part Deux” Just kidding on that one.

14. MORN SPEAKS - June 4, 2008

Get crackin’! Write that story, so we can start the spoilers on that movie!

15. MORN SPEAKS - June 4, 2008

And would it hurt to have Morn in the sequel, he could be over a 100

16. SirMartman - June 4, 2008

I recon just stick to the common “Trek” name,,and then start adding the longer Film name when they start filming the other “Trek” movies, it will be in tune with all the other “Trek” films then.

for example,

Star Trek XI

followed by,,

Star Trek XII
The Contuning Mission

Star Trek XIII
Return Of the Enterprise C


:o )

17. D - June 4, 2008

Well, they want to get new fans…

How about a title that has absolutely nothing to do with Star Trek or the movie itself? They might trick people into thinking they’re going into a chick flick or something.

Attack of the Clones did that to me…

18. ZtoA - June 4, 2008


19. Mike T. - June 4, 2008

They could always copy the Bond movies and use book titles like “Final Frontier” or “Vendetta”. They could always adapt the books. Look at Jurassic Park, the movies are way different than the books.

It would still be cool if they used Star Trek in the title, like “Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back”.

20. Spocko - June 4, 2008

How about:

Star Trek XII:
“The Shat Comes Back”

21. That Guy - June 4, 2008

Thats a new way to spell it.
Try it this way instead Boobie.
Its spelled as stupid as it is.

22. caz316 - June 4, 2008

STAR TREK XIII THE FIST CRACH OF THE ENTREPRISE,Spock going to vulcun and Kirk being promoted.
But first,we still have to wait 337 days,stil nothing,no real photo,no preview and no Shatner.

23. Newman - June 4, 2008

possible titles for a sequel?

My favourite is “Where No One Has Gone Before.”

24. Marcus Johnson - June 4, 2008

Please come out with a sequel.

25. scootypuffjr - June 4, 2008

Sequel title? “To All Things An End”
Plot? End of the five year mission.

26. CmdrR - June 4, 2008

Bob, again my congratulations.
Can you give us any insights on a two-year plan for a movie franchise? Do you feel cold on a project after so many months, or are the characters easy to step back into? Is two years too short a time (Patrick Stewart said that and sadly, he may have right when it came to TNG’s final couple of films.)

Oh, and what color underwear will the main villain wear in XII? (Just starting the forbidden questions early.)

27. Captain Otter - June 4, 2008

The Quest for More Money.

28. Sean - June 4, 2008

The title of a sequel of a prequel would be very tricky. I think it might end up being the first Star Trek movie with “Star Trek” not in the name.

29. Dennis Bailey - June 4, 2008

“Star Trek: You Can’t Kill It With A Stick.”

30. Negotiator - June 4, 2008

I guess JJ won’t want us to see Star Trek 11 before 12 comes out because it might spoil any surprises. So, get ready for another 24 month postponement. ; )

31. Lord Garth, Formerly of Izar - June 4, 2008

Star Trek II Electric Bugalu

32. Kevin - June 4, 2008

I also like Where No Man (or One) Has Gone Before.

I’ll throw a few out there

Star Trek: The Technicolor Talkie
Star Trek: The Wrath of Mudd
Star Trek: The Search for Shatner’s Hairpiece
Star Trek: The Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea… in a Yellow Submarine
Star Trek: The Final Movie
Star Trek: Alas Poor Yorick
Star Trek: Generation Y
Star Trek: First Date’s Can Be Awkward
Star Trek: Rebellion
Star Trek: Mortal Enemy That Kind of Looks Like You But Doesn’t

33. SPB - June 4, 2008


Call the sequel STAR TREK: MARK II

34. Redjac - June 4, 2008

Why does it have to have a number? A colon and a secondary title of some relevance to the plot should be sufficient — but preferably not one those wretched one or two word secondary titles they’ve had that have been the bane of some of the worst ones. You know what I’m talking about — “Generations”…”Insurrection”…”Nemesis”…

This seems to be the new “odd number curse”…and I am surprised no one has noticed before me…lol!

35. Tom - June 4, 2008

some sequel title suggestions

Star Trek: rim of the star-light
Star Trek: wand’ring in star-flight
Star Trek: find in star-clustered reaches
Star Trek: Strange love a star woman teaches.
Star Trek: His journey ends never
Star Trek: Will go on forever.
Star Trek: While he wanders his starry sea

36. CmdrR - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Prime Directive
Star Trek: To Boldly Go
Star Trek: Risk Is Our Business

OK, I’m stretching, but there’s a wealth of untapped potential in titles and stories. Just keep it human, even when it’s alien.

37. SPB - June 4, 2008


Since we already had STAR TREK II (with the standalone Roman numerals), how about adding a “Part” and a standard “2?”


Yeah… way too geeky. Never mind, it looks terrible!

38. SPB - June 4, 2008

We really need a TREK film called…


39. Charles Trotter - June 4, 2008


Too bad they can’t use “The Final Frontier” for the sequel. That’s already been taken… and the movie that ended up with that title wasn’t exactly great.

Why not just name the sequels as though they were regular episodes? Somewhat like the Bond series, as Anthony suggested.

Or they could put “Warp” into the title, like “Star Trek: Warp 2″, “Star Trek: Warp 3,” etc. Ok, that may not work well…

Can’t use “Phase II”… the crew of the former New Voyages may not like that. ;)

How about “For the Box Office is Hollow and I Have Touched the Cash?” That has a nice ring to it. :-P

I still like my suggestion from last year — “Star Trek II 2: Enterprise Boogaloo!” Think about it, Bob — I smell a hit! ;)

40. VERG - June 4, 2008

I personally can’t wait for Star Trek 27! ITS GOING TO BE AWESOME!

41. Garovorkin - June 4, 2008

The movie hasn’t premiered yet and they are already talking sequel? Wow, they must be really confident in what they have.

42. Irishtrekkie - June 4, 2008

hmm how about “Wagon Train to the stars” lol ?

43. Daniel Broadway - June 4, 2008

For sequel title, how about simply : “The Final Frontier”?

44. Steve - June 4, 2008

Historical note: Star Trek II was originally called Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan when first released, no numerals included (I think they were added when it was released on video). I think “Star Trek” has to be included in the title somewhere.

45. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Renaissance

46. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Frontier

47. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Deep Space Mine

48. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Foundations

49. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Legacy

50. Jeffrey S. Nelson - June 4, 2008

8. Stanky’s back… yay!!! And not a fake Stanky.

51. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Origins

52. Adam Cravens - June 4, 2008

Star Trek Phase II?

53. That One Guy - June 4, 2008

I think that something simple would be appropriate:

Star Trek: Phase II

It would be… fitting, to have that.

54. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Legends

55. The Underpants Monster - June 4, 2008

Star Trek II 2: The Mild Annoyance of Khan’s Brother

56. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Vega Station

57. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Fight for Freedom

58. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Begins

59. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Battle Stations

60. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: The Droid Wars

61. SPB - June 4, 2008

#44 –

Someone with greater knowledge will no doubt correct the both of us, but I’m pretty sure only a handful of premiere prints went out with only “STAR TREK: THE WRATH OF KHAN” as its title card. All subsequent prints had the “II” added in.

Odd how they handled that. The novelization (I believe) came out a few weeks ahead of the original release, and THAT had the “II” missing also, yet all the trailers, TV spots and posters at the time clearly stated “STAR TREK II.”

62. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Galaxy

63. OneBuckFilms - June 4, 2008

Since the first is simply STAR TREK, I think the sequels should start with STAR TREK and have the story name afterwards.

No numbers, just the story name after STAR TREK.

The Next Generation films had a cool titling system, but perhaps using more that one word would help.

If the story of the Second movie continues directly from the first, perhaps STAR TREK part 2.

64. SPB - June 4, 2008


65. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Timba, His Eyes Open

66. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Pikey likes it

67. SPB - June 4, 2008

Or, how’s about:


68. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Return to the Battle for the Planet of the Mugato

69. Denise de Arman - June 4, 2008

CmdrR#36- re. Star Trek: Risk Is Our Business – Are you talking about the episode where Sargon goes multiorgasmic while running his hands all over Kirk’s/his body, or the episode where Kirk unveils his Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer schling-schlong to Bones in the Sickbay after an extended shoreleave?

And I personally like Star Trek: Kirk and Spock Make It Legal

70. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Meets Babylon 5

71. SPB - June 4, 2008

One more:


That’ll pull in the non-fans…!

72. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Judgement Day

73. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Cloverfield

74. SPB - June 4, 2008

And another:


75. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Ship of Love

76. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Captain’s Log

77. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Yes! Another One

78. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Data’s Revenge

79. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Interloper

80. SPB - June 4, 2008



81. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Khan Didn’t Really Die In That Genesis Explosion, and now He’s Back and Wants More Revenge

82. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Trojan Horse

83. capt mike - June 4, 2008

OK. How about. star trek ncc 1701. or star trek frontier. or star trek kirks ship. ok. the latter would not work. but kool there lookin for a sequil and thats always a great thing. may star trek live long and prosper!

84. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Section 31

85. spockanella - June 4, 2008

Who cares about Star Trek (I’m kidding, don’t start)? I want to see The Dark Tower.

86. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Above and Beyond

87. Tango - June 4, 2008

Once again, great scoop Anthony! It appears you have all the key players on speed dial.

How about:
Star Trek : Pet Detective–Male Gigolo

88. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Civilizations

89. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Supernova

90. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Continuum

91. Charles Trotter - June 4, 2008

@The Rusted Robot

Stop. Consider this a warning.

92. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Universe

93. capt mike - June 4, 2008

Star trek degeneration X or star trek 12. torpedo. Or star trek the love boat! or star trek 12 dallas. ok im just kidding. but hey the fact there talking about trek 12 is great.

94. The Rusted Robot - June 4, 2008

Sorry….just some ideas

95. SPB - June 4, 2008


96. capt mike - June 4, 2008

Star trek the dooms day machine returns. now thats a good one. To see the dooms day machine return.

97. Lou - June 4, 2008

I’d imagine it would be after season 3 of TOS and before TMP.

has lots of potential!

98. Charles Trotter - June 4, 2008

#94 — I know, but we don’t need so many ideas at one time. At the very least, try to compile them into one post. ;)

99. CmdrR - June 4, 2008

Well, Denise… you’ll at least get ‘Rear Admiral Sulu’s Trekkin’ on the Left Coast.’

100. Denise de Arman - June 4, 2008

CmdrR#99- LOL! See my “goatee” mention at 69 Forward.

101. Garovorkin - June 4, 2008

How about Star trek 2 The Search for More Money (LOL) yes I know Spaceballs did something like this joke first but I thought it would at least get a laugh. that was its intent.

102. The Realist - June 4, 2008

If it were some how linked with the TNG era Star Trek: Articles of Federation, the book is brilliant!

103. capt mike - June 4, 2008

star trek. return of the dooms day machine.

104. section9 - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: The Search For Shat’s Garter…

105. Star Trek XII In 2011? | Pop Culture Zoo - June 4, 2008

[…] new Star Trek films and have learned something very interesting. Robert Orci has revealed that Paramount Pictures are already pretty aggressively thinking about the next film in the franchise. While the studio had already signed the main actors for an option for two […]

106. grapesofwraith - June 4, 2008

Great to hear about a sequl, but I’d like to see J.J’s view of a post-nemesis star trek universe. To me, Star Trek has always been about moving forward, and Enterprise was a step backwards. But I don’t mind revisiting Kirk for a few stories, but the Trek that influneced me the most was the TNG era, and I’d love to see what happens after that era. Maybe our TOS crew could go into the future.
Anyways, if the words “Star Trek” are not in the title [which may or may not work…didn’t seem to help “Enterprise” much], I’d like to see a title that people would know is Star Trek at first glance, like something from the “These are the voyages” speech – even if it’s a subline or something
ST: “Where No One has Gone Before”

107. THX-1138 The Fandom Menace - June 4, 2008

Star Trek XII: Timmy’s Revenge.

108. CaptainLordBat - June 4, 2008

Star Trek New Voyages ….oh wait……

109. Devon - June 4, 2008

I have a question.. and not sure if it will make since.

Since this is the 11th Star Trek film, and a possible 12th film with the name Star Trek… can the films actually be viewed as “Star Trek 11″ and “Star Trek 12″ or do they more or less want these films to be a beast of their own and will try to be separate themselves from the other films, in a sense being their own film franchise, if that makes sense?

110. Gary Seven - June 4, 2008

How about

“Trek through the Stars”

111. THX-1138 The Fandom Menace - June 4, 2008

Star Trek XII: THX-1138 Rules The Galaxy and Gets His Own Starship To Command Thusly Becoming The Envy Of All His Buddies

(too long?)

112. GaryP - June 4, 2008

Is the Stay Puff Marshmellow Man going to be in Star Trek II ?

113. jimbokett - June 4, 2008

The next movie should be centered around an alien character named T’welv. They can call it Star Trek Twelve.

114. DEMODE - June 4, 2008

I think that any Classic Trek movie has to have a majestic title. If you look at the TNG films, they all had boring one word titles (with the exception of First Contact… the only good TNG film). Nemesis… Generations… Inssurrection… Yawn!

You need to have an exciting title. “The Wrath of Khan” is an amazing title for a film. “The Undiscovered Country” is pure class. “The Final Frontier” screams adventure! Any Trek sequel needs to embrace the titles of the classic show and movies.

115. navamske - June 4, 2008

“Star Trek: Ernest Borg Nine”

116. Boborci - June 4, 2008

I just want to see the movie first before we commit to another so that we can see what works about the first one and so that we can be confident about knowing that we are the right people to write the second one.

117. Closettrekker - June 4, 2008

#97—Now that’s what I want to see, and a third installment could cover the time period between TMP and TWOK. Or perhaps the 2nd AND 3rd films could be set in that time. I always assumed there was another 5 year mission somewhere in there, given the 15 elapsed years between the events in “Space Seed” and TWOK.
At the very least, there had to be some adventures between the refit and the Enterprise’s assignment as a cadet training vessel. That would also give Bob, Alex, and the boys a chance to introduce some new characters–replacing Checkov, who is on board USS Reliant as First Officer, for one. I always felt that the original films lacked in the area of introducing fresh characters to serve aboard the Enterprise and add something to the stories (Saavik, Decker, and Ilia being brief exceptions, of course).
Anyway, I anticipated a series of films all along. But it is nice to know that there are already ideas floating around…

118. Closettrekker - June 4, 2008

#106—I respect that opinion, but I don’t personally see the appeal in that. I am biased, I’ll admit, as I am a TOS-era fan above all else, but TNG-era characters have never succeeded in attaining the iconic status of their TOS predecessors, and the era of the 24th Century is, IMO, far less romantic on screen. Unless they are willing to reboot the TNG universe to the point where there are no holodecks, artificial officers, ship’s counselors, children aboard starships, Ferengi storylines, or neanderthals with warp drive (TNG Klingons), I would stay at home just as I did for all the TNG movies that came before…It’s the revisiting of the great TOS-era and its characters which has me so excited that I come to this site nearly everyday. It is what has me planning my 2009 Summer Vacation around the May 8th release date. When Nemesis was in theaters, I barely noticed. I certainly didn’t pay to see it.

119. rubee - June 4, 2008

I’m surprised no one’s said it yet…

“Sulu: Master Navigator”

And I’m not even Japanese! ;)

120. David S - June 4, 2008

Kobayoshi Maru

121. Closettrekker - June 4, 2008

#116—When will you see the finished product?

122. Katie G. - June 4, 2008

Star Trek:XI: Beginnings

And for the theme song, something from “Chicago”…



123. Katie G. - June 4, 2008

#111. THX-1138

LOL!! Just a teensy bit!



124. seekerpsion - June 4, 2008

Star Trek: Helly Kitty Island Adventure.

oh yeah!

125. seekerpsion - June 4, 2008

lol typo

126. ZtoA - June 4, 2008

Other Titles

Star Trek
Final Frontiers Are For Quitters!

Star Trek

Star Trek
The End Of The Beginning Of Which Begins The End…of the beginning…

Star Trek
Where No Man Has Gone Number 2 Before.

Star Trek
The Wrath Of Kodos

Star Trek
One Tranya, One Scotch, One Beer.

Star Trek
Domo Arigoto Mr. Mugatu

Star Trek
Green Eggs An – dorians (think Dr. Seuss)

Star Trek
All I Need Is A Tall Ship And A Blonde To Steer Her By

Star Trek
Kirk vs. Picard vs. Predator vs. Alien vs. Vader vs. Ming vs. Obama

127. Denise de Arman - June 4, 2008

Mr. Bob#116- You are the right people to write the second screenplay, and the third. There is no one more qualified. Do you know any screenplay writers with your experience who are also loyal fans of the series, and who care more about the end result? Really Bob, you and the entire Supreme Court are ST’s best hope. So, get started on that treatment before we find it necessary to hold you dangling upside down inside a particularly long, deep Jeffries tube.

128. David S - June 4, 2008

a crossover movie … kirk & co encounter a temporal rift after a fierce firefight with a klingon d7, and bump into picard & co in the 24th century. b4 figures out a way to get them back without their memories by contacting the paxans (clues).

Star Trek: Best Of Both Worlds

Theme song by Van Halen

let he flaming begin…lol

129. Closettrekker - June 4, 2008

#128—…Or Hannah Montana! That might get my daughter there, anyway.

Seriously, I hope that’s it for the temporal anomalies and time-travel stories. I understand its purpose in STXI, but that’ll do…

130. GhostTrek - June 4, 2008

Just digging the reference to ghostbusters II in the pic. Two of my most favorite franchises. Live long and Prosper and one..two..three…roast em.

131. bobfred - June 4, 2008

#1, wear no *ONE* has gone before…

132. Boborci - June 4, 2008

Denise de Arman – June 4, 2008
Mr. Bob#116- You are the right people to write the second screenplay, and the third. There is no one more qualified. Do you know any screenplay writers with your experience who are also loyal fans of the series, and who care more about the end result? Really Bob, you and the entire Supreme Court are ST’s best hope. So, get started on that treatment before we find it necessary to hold you dangling upside down inside a particularly long, deep Jeffries tube.

A: You are very sweet. But honestly, you can’t really endorse us yet and we can’t accept your vote of confidence yet, as much as we genuinely appreciate it. Thanks always, but I can’t wait to hear your true verdict once you’ve seen the result.

133. Gary Seven of Nine - June 4, 2008


134. Denise de Arman - June 4, 2008

Mr. Bob#132- No, I am not sweet – I am right. You can accept all votes of confidence because we know you are a true fan and want the best for our beloved characters just as we do. And as long as you do not have some hot chick programing the simulators for Cadet Kirk, I will be ecstatic.

135. ShawnP - June 4, 2008

#133 – LOL

136. Emotionally Logical - June 4, 2008

I agree with Anthony, I don’t think the next movie needs to have “Star Trek” in the title and it certainly should’t be called “Star Trek II”. I always thought that the sequel(s) should follow the opening credits for TOS. Something like:

The Final Frontier
These are the Voyages (yes, I know that was the name of the crappy ending to ST:Enterprise lol)
The Five Year Mission
Strange New Worlds
New Civilizations
To Boldy Go

137. the king in shreds and tatters - June 5, 2008

Star Trek colon Moving Picture Film For Theatres

138. Crewman Darnell - June 5, 2008

I also agree that the sequel doesn’t need to contain “Star Trek” in the title. Generate awareness among the non-fans by calling it what so many of them are apparently familiar with:

Star Track

139. William R. Cousert - June 5, 2008

I want a movie that deals with the Star Trek version of the 1990’s. WW3. The time of Kahn.

140. Iowagirl - June 5, 2008

‘The Fall of the Phoenix’

141. the king in shreds and tatters - June 5, 2008

This Honky Grandma be Trekkin’

142. Admiral_Bumblebee - June 5, 2008

Then there should be enough time to incorporate Shatner als old Kirk into the script this time.

Star Trek XII: The Return

Young James Kirk must rescue his older self in order to be able to safe the galaxy in the future from an desaster he caused in the past….

143. a director - June 5, 2008

What about “To boldly go…”

144. Jackson Roykirk - June 5, 2008

“Timecop Daniels Strkes Back”

“No Undiscovered Counry for Old Men”

“Angel Horta”

“The Andorian Candidate”

145. a director - June 5, 2008

Allready mentioned. Sorry 136

146. AJ - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: The Pillaging of Delta IV
Star Trek: Mr. Spock is my Mommy
Star Trek: Let’s Test The New Phasers on China
Star Trek: Alien Trash of the Galaxy
Star Trek: Your Flight is Delayed Due to Late Arrival of the Aircraft
Star Trek: Basic Klingon Anatomy
Star Trek XI 2: Dirty Old Men
Star Trek: Strange New Girls

147. demon barber of starfleet - June 5, 2008

They’d better not become too reliant on Trek. It’s a prequel, so they can only make so many movies before they reach the point in the timeline where TOS began. Then I don’t see many ways for them to keep going.

148. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: The Search for our Originals

They must restore the timeline to restore their original appearances of Shatner a la..

Temporal Cold War. If the movie is canon it will cause a change in canon, can we we use the TCW to explain this and second movie could be used to set things back.

Star Trek XII: Wrath of The Core Fans

Star Trek: Tribble Boutique

I hope the movie turns out brilliant, but I feel sad that the new generation wont get Shatner as Kirk. I know this is better than no Trek. But I want the new fans to realise Gene Roddenberry created Star Trek, not JJ Abrams.

149. S. John Ross - June 5, 2008

#116 (Bob Orci) sez: “I just want to see the movie first …”

My god, they won’t even let YOU see any spoilers? It’s just cruel, man. Just cruel :)

150. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Damn they Reboot This.

151. Jason in Perth - June 5, 2008

Star Trek XII: The Fandom Menace
Captain Kirk and the Vulcan’s Stone
Captain Kirk and the Starbase of Secrets
Captain Kirk and the Prisoner of Ruhre Pente
Captain Kirk and the Goblet of Tribbles
Captain Kirk and the Half-Blood Vulcan

152. Paramount already looking ahead to STAR TREK sequel | Obsessed With Film - June 5, 2008

[…] Star Trek being just under 12 months away, Trek Movie have learned from writer Roberto Orci that the whole “Supreme Court” (the nickname for […]

153. Scott Xavier - June 5, 2008

Revenge of the Kirk…

154. galactic-supertramp - June 5, 2008

Star Trek : Venture
Well, I like the sound of it…

155. Doug L. - June 5, 2008

I’m still miffed about having to wait for summer 09. didn’t all three LOTR films come out around Christmas… is Trek supposed to be bigger than that?

Doug L

156. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

The way Paramount are pumping so much money into this film which seems to be a reboot seems to be a kick in the balls for the past 42 years of Trek.

It remains to be seen if this will be proper Trek and already they are giving JJ Abrams kudos for one film as the man who did Star trek. Roddenberry did Star Trek. if Abrams has the attitude of I think Star Trek has been wrong these 42 years and I know how to do it properly then I will be angry. Roddenberry created Star Trek and Abrams better honour that.

However, if this adds to the mythos and the legend of Star Trek then I will love the film. If its a great film I will accept the recast, they will never take the place of Shatner et all but they will be accepted.

But Paramount having more faith than they ever did in the past decades annoys me loads. Do you think Star Trek will lose something by appealing more to the mainstream audience. I find the mainstream cinema too dumbed down these days.

157. Bryan with Pointy Nacelles and a large Dish - June 5, 2008


158. Pat D - June 5, 2008

How ’bout they commission a story start getting that out of the way instead of waiting until the movie is released and trying to rush it?

159. Dom - June 5, 2008

Oh do cheer up, captain_neill (156)! ;)

Star Trek was a show made for a mainstream audience in the first place. TNG was also intended to be. The modern shows didn’t become ‘fan focused’ until much later on.

Gene Roddenberry had the original idea for Star Trek and a lot of other people had a hand in making it great: Gene Coon, John Meredyth Lucas, Bob Justman, Herb Solow, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Deforest Kelley, for starters!

As as been stated endlessly (to an eye-rollingly tedious extent!) the new film will ‘respect’ what has gone before. Why would Leonard Nimoy, who has retired from acting, come back to appear in this film if he didn’t like it? Why would he be telling everyone how great it is? No one is saying they’ll destroy Star Trek; no one’s going to burn every Star Trek incarnation for the last 40 years.

But, commercially, TOS has always been treated as a somewhat separate property to TNG. TOS comes from a different era, has a different style of storytelling and a different view of the universe. Roddenberry didn’t want them ever to cross over directly (ie with major characters!) And when they did, they were pretty poor affairs (Unification 2, Relics, Generations.)

Remember Roddenberry had less and less influence over where TOS went down the years – realistically, after season two, he only directly had a hand in ST:TMP. He decanonised TAS and, as Bob Justman said, didn’t really have any liking for TOS season 3 or any movies after TMP. So the Cult of Roddenberry really isn’t relevant here.

There hasn’t been a proper TOS film for nearly two decades, so now is a good opportunity to revisit the most successful big screen incarnation of Trek ***and*** feature a young cast – something that none of the previous ten Treks has been able to do, given they were direct sequels to TV shows.

I know you have this thing about having to ‘accept’ a cast, but, at the end of the day, they’re only actors. I could live with more cast changes down the line, if necessary.

At the end of the day, it’s impossible to bring back the original cast due to old age and, regrettably, death. But Star Trek (I don’t really feel the need to call it TOS) is great concept with great characters, particularly Kirk, Spock and McCoy, and has more stories to tell. I, for one, can’t wait!

160. Chris Pike - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Lost

161. Fansince9 - June 5, 2008

That hand behind the Star Trek icon looks like Mickey’s. Is this a hint? Is Disney going to be brought on to the project somehow?

I know I should have hung that idea up a long time ago, but the prospect of Disney maybe taking part in Star Trek projects excites me (especially if it eventually means a Star Trek themed attraction someday at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Star Wars needs some competition).

162. s125 - June 5, 2008

How about Star Trek: Timescape, where a young Kirk is accidently thrown forward in time to the early 24th century after test piloting a new type of shuttlecraft. Convinced that he is stranded there, he forms a relationship with a lonely captains wife, who falls pregnant. (The child will grow up to be Captain Kathryn Janeway)

Meanwhile in the 23rd century, Spock refuses to believe that his only friend has died in the shuttle accident. McCoy believes Spock has gone mad (saying something like “that green blood of yours has begun to rot your brain, son” or words to that effect) and tries to get him sectioned.

In a Vulcan sanitorium Spock meets an elderly Vulcan lady who went mad after her human lover killed himself to save their ship (that and she was addicted to some kind of space dust) who turns out to be T’Pol.

T’Pol is the only one who believes Spock and together they hatch a plan to get Kirk back. They steal a shuttle and create a temporal vortex to reach Kirk and take him back to the 23rd century.

However the temporal vortex alerts an old enemy, the Borg, who have assimilated temporal wepons technology from the Krenim, and have been using it to track Kathryn Janeways lifetime, in the hope that they can kill her in the past to preserve their future. They hatch a plan to kill Kirk before the shuttlecraft incident, preventing Janeways birth, and altering Federation history.

Which leads to the thirdmovie in the series: Star Trek XII: Resistance Is Futile

163. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

oh i am looking forward to the movie and I know others had a hand in things in TOS days. Justman devised the Captain’s Log. There is Star Trek I love that Roddenberry would not have liked but I fel the ideals where still in there. Insurrection had his ideals and Enterprise had those kind of stories.

I can get use to a recast when it comes out. Its Abrams secrecy thats getting me worried. I am just use to all the spin offs having different crews that I never believed it would happen. I was only commenting they seem more hyped up here than any previous Star Trek movie since TMP. JJ Abrams must be that good in their eyes. I hope he has got it.

At least the girl’s are in mini skirts and go go boots

164. EFFeX - June 5, 2008

I know that the new film isn’t even out yet, but this is good news. Ever since I heard about this new movie I envisioned it being a trilogy of sorts. If all goes well, I bet that’s what we are going to get.

165. cd - June 5, 2008

Star Trek Too

166. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

I am excited that Star Trek is continuing, well if James Cawley accepts it then I probably will to.

Its the not knowing that is concerning me

167. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

The hand on photo is from Ghostbusters II

168. Mark Lynch - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Service Pack 1?

169. colonyearth - June 5, 2008

162 – s125:

Oouch! Stop that! You made my brain hurt! :)

159 – Dom:

Ditto! Captain_Neill, really…dude…I have been a Trek fan from birth (I like to say that because I was born the year Trek first premiered and cannot recall a time when I didn’t watch and love Trek), but I realize that it’s a fictional universe…do you?

Things change, that’s life. Trek must change in order to remain fresh and most of all alive. JJ, Bob and Alex (et al) seem to have one incredible grasp on things and I’ve come to trust their ideas and judgement based on what they’ve said and their previous works…so…relax…really. Enough of the negativity and enough of the whining. Your support of Berman is also in a minority (though many disagree on the exact moment he began to ruin Trek, most all fans now agree he did. I still say he began the first steps in Trek’s near destruction the moment he took charge.)

And finally to Mr. Orci, sir! It is always a pleasure when you drop by. Thank you again for your time here. I have to say, I’m with Denise on this. I’ve written films and directed films and I have a pretty good sense of how to pick up on things. I truly believe that Trek is in excellent hands.

Your modesty only proves the point. Your desire to allow us to judge once the film is out and your seeming willingness to step down should it fail to deliver is extremely heartening! Hollywood needs more like you, Alex and JJ! Really.

BTW if you ever need anyone to help with anything, writing…you know anything…my mind is at your service! Really, judging from your previous works we do think a lot alike! LOL. Just kidding…not really bidding for a chance to work with you.

Ok…yes I was. Please?


170. colonyearth - June 5, 2008

PS to Captain_Neill:

I’m not trying to flame you, dude. I just suggest you relax, enjoy the ride and feel the antici……….pation! (Sorry, couldn’t resist that.) It’s the energy and excitment around this Trek that’s so invigorating and it hasn’t surrounded Trek for a long time now. Enjoy!

As for the wait and “secrecy,” well, I hate to tell you but before this little gadget called the internet, we folks who loved movies had to wait for the film to come out to find out anything that happened in it. Secrecy was even stronger then than now. So stop your whining. Secrecy and a desire to hold as much back as possible in order to help make the experience of the movie more palpable and powerful does not equate with bad news or that there’s something wrong. In fact, in this case, it means the opposite…there’s a buzz and we want to make sure it pays off to the maximum!


171. KevinA Melbourne Australia - June 5, 2008

How about

172. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

169- I know its not real. I’m not sad. I guess I love Star Trek too much. I guess I should embrace the change instead of fearing it.

I think about these kids growing up watching this and not seeing it on TV with the original actors. It is good getting Trek on the mainstream

I dont rate JJ Abrams as highly as other people because I did not like Lost, I got fed up after 10 episodes and asked myself what is so special about this one guy. But looking back I admit JJ Abrams MI 3 was the best out of the three. Hope that makes sense.

I believe that once the film comes out I will probably end up loving it and I will be saying. I do love the fact that its the best hype Star Trek has had in years, guess I was update it was not with the actors I loved in those roles.

I love james Bond and was unhappy that Casino Royale was going to be a reboot and Daniel Craig was too young, but it turned out one of the best Bond films in later years. It will be the same here. Dont bitch on TNG, they became a legend in their own right, just their movies were not as well received as the first 6 films. I dont think we should forget TNG.

I just want to see the actors before I accept them because I dont know if they will do justice to the roles at this point. Hope that is cool. I am excited, its cool there will be Romulans in the plot, hopefully they will have more screen time than playing second fiddle to Remans.

Enterprise did get better in later seasons. I will love the film and I am excited but some nerves about not knowing what JJ will change.

I believe this film will be better than Nemesis but TWOK is a hard one to beat.

Hope this redeems me

173. Mark Lynch - June 5, 2008

I can understand the negative reactions to the re-casting (ie #156), although sometimes the harsher comments on other threads here have taken me by surprise.

But ultimately the original era of Star Trek is the most recognised by the people on the street so it makes business sense (can’t believe I said that) why Paramount are doing a movie like this. Yes, TNG was wildy successful during its time on television, but it has not been gone long enough to be re-imagined.

It has been often mentioned here by many others since Trekmovie first got going that James Bond movies have survived numerous cast changes.

So I ask, why can’t Star Trek manage one?

There seems to be a solid cast assembled and if LN came out of retirement to take part then it can’t be all doom and gloom for us fans.

My main concern is that the essence of Star Trek (for me; a future worth living in, humanity sorting out their petty differences) will somehow have to be watered down so that it will appeal to enough of the mainstream movie goers to turn a profit.

As a life long ST fan, I am personally feeling a bit unsettled over the re-casting. It’s hard to let go of childhood heroes.
But the only way to let it work, I think, is to disassociate the actor from the character (not easy though).

However, this is the only way we will get to see new adventures with the original characters. So I say give it a chance, and lets vent our spleens, if necessary, in about a year shall we say?

If it all goes pear shaped, we’ve still got our TOS TV and movie DVDs :)

My opinions of course, your mileage may vary.

174. Mark Lynch - June 5, 2008

I think secrecy is even stronger these days because of the Internet, fast broadband and mobile phones the size of a peanut with 80 megapixel cameras + 200x zoom.

Okay, perhaps a slight exaggeration there but I think you know what I mean. :)

175. Cervantes - June 5, 2008

‘Galaxy Quest 2:The search for Shat’

Sequel talk already eh? Years of Bill Shatner ‘will he?, won’t he?’ thread speculation to look forward too then….

176. Dr. Image - June 5, 2008

Wagon Train to the… naaaaa.
These Are the Voy…. naaaa.

177. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - June 5, 2008

(Serious comment) This is good news, of course, as it shows that the studio is willing to make the commitment and a certain level of risk-taking (since they don’t know how well STXI is going to fare). It also allows the studio to nail down contracts with the cast before they get all famous and demand loads of money (assuming the movie does well, which I am confident it will do).

(Silly comment) What if STXII is itself a prequel to STXI? In that case, it can be called…
Star Trek XII: The Prequel to the Prequel Movie, But Not a Prequel to the Prequel Series

178. DennyC - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: What Is Brain?

179. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - June 5, 2008

More silly indulgence:

Star Trek XII: This Time We SWEAR There’s No Time Travel

Star Trek XII: Kirk Resurrection, or How the Nexus Was Won

180. US Taxpayer Dude - June 5, 2008

23. Newman – June 4, 2008
possible titles for a sequel?

My favourite is “Where No One Has Gone Before.”

PC is dead, except as an instrument of coersion by the state. It will be,

“Where No Man Has Gone Before”

181. Irishtrekkie - June 5, 2008

Star Trek XII: The never ending story (no serious we will never stop making star trek movies )

Star Trek XII: Paramount like money

Star Trek XII: its better then the phantom menace

Star Trek XII: Trekkies vs Trekkers “this time its war”

182. captain_neill - June 5, 2008

Mark (173)

That is a great comment, you have nailed it on the head exactly. its hard to separate the characters from the actors as I find them intertwined.

I hope this film adds to the series. I understand this being a wise choice as people look to TOS as Star Trek.

I dont want want TNG re imagined, because why re imagine all them? re imagining is meaning reboot.

It is exciting and I will tone down. But it will be hard for me to accept these actors after growing up with Shater, Nimoy et all

183. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - June 5, 2008

I can’t wait until they announce STXIII, ’cause you know that one has to be titled…

Star Trek XIII: Starfleet, We Have a Problem

(I promise I’ll stop now)

184. AKO - June 5, 2008

Star Trek – Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Star Trek – There’s Nothing Wrong With The Bloody Thing
Star Trek – Hailing Frequenies Open
Star Trek – Second Star To The Left
Star Trek – Who Am I To Argue with Canon
Star Trek – Not In Front Of The Klingons
Star Trek – Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner
Star Trek – Life Is But A Dream
Star Trek – My God, That’s A Big Ship
Star Trek – Continuing Mission
Star Trek – Go Boldly
Star Trek – Consitution
Star Trek – Best of Times, Worst of Times
Star Trek – Needs Of The Many
Star Trek – The Beginning of Wisdom
Star Trek – Dream That Became A Reality
Star Trek – Live Long and Prosper
Star Trek – To Be Or Not To Be
Star Trek – Cure A Rainy Day
Star Trek – New Civilisations
Star Trek – Brave, New Worlds
Star Trek – I Only Work In Outter Space

185. ensign joe - June 5, 2008

probably old hat but here goes.. Kirk is dead… we all know this.. that particular Kirk is dead.. in that timeline.. now, talk of sequal.. how do they get around cannon.. are they going to tip-toe in and around year 1? don’t think so.. must relieve the pressure.. create new timeline where the writers can be free of cannon (but respectfully).. the doc brown theory? nope.. same timeline there.. hmmmm but same timeline in voyage home as well.. therefore must be a double whammy.. first, travel to alternate universe.. then time travel.. or vice-versa.. quantum leap into kate on the island and say “Arch” and everyone escapes into prototype holodeck at starfleet academy where kate meets kirk and helps with reprogramming of kobayashi maru then leaps out as the job was to stop kirk from failing kobayashi.. but.. BUT! who is the leaper?

need.. more.. coffee…

186. Bill Turner - June 5, 2008

I wonder if Gary Mitchell is one of Kirk’s friends in this movie. If he is I think the sequel should be a remake of “Where No Man Has Gone Before”.

187. Daoud - June 5, 2008

Naw, that’s too much like Star Trek I: Where Nomad Has Gone Before. Doesn’t anybody read “Chekov’s Enterprise” anymore?

Anyway, I’ve given my favorites, but now like this one: “Star Trek Lives!”. Yes, I know it was the title of a book, but it’s part of the little we had to get by on in the 1970s. So just call it “Tiberius!” and telegraph that it’s a mirror story ;)

188. Worf, son of Mogh - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Return of The Emissary

189. Adam - June 5, 2008

I’d agree with the suggestions of ‘Where No Man Has gone Before’ or ‘The Final Frontier’.

Both strong titles and, like The Dark Knight with Batman, are inextricably linked with Star Trek.

190. s125 - June 5, 2008

169- i apologise for making your head hurt CE

Had another title in mind for Trek XII:

Star Trek XII: Are We There Yet?

191. siridi - June 5, 2008

orci’s:the next day

192. I Am Morg Not Eymorg - June 5, 2008

95. SPB – June 4, 2008


I am too, Morg. I’m just not Eymorg.

193. Closettrekker - June 5, 2008

#173—“My main concern is that the essence of Star Trek (for me; a future worth living in, humanity sorting out their petty differences) will somehow have to be watered down so that it will appeal to enough of the mainstream movie goers to turn a profit.”

I don’t know why it would. If anything, those ideals might play even better in this decade than it did in the 60’s, and those “radical” thoughts are now more mainstream. Furthermore, I’m not so sure the 6 original movies said a whole lot about that vision at all, aside from the obvious social commentary in TVY and TUC. Bob Orci doesn’t believe his story is watered down, dumbed-down, or anything but true to the ST vision, and he is a lifelong fan of Trek. Why not give him the benefit of the doubt? I know I will. I’m far more appreciative of the fact that someone is even trying to do this than I am nervous about the outcome. After all, I have nothing to lose but $10 and a couple of hours of my time. Small price, no?

#182—I don’t have a problem with the recast at all. In fact, I’ve been both touting and looking forward to such an endeavor since the late 1980’s. These tremendous characters are not locked inside the original actors that portrayed them. They are much bigger than that, and they deserve to go on long after Shatner, Nimoy, and the other surviving actors.

I have probably seen a half dozen actors play Hamlet, and it doesn’t change the essence of the character from one performance to another. I still see Hamlet as Hamlet, not as the last actor I saw portray him onstage. I look forward to seeing this generation’s perspective on my childhood fantasy heroes, and I do so with an open mind. I hope you also find the perspective to do so. What have you to lose?

194. RoMario - June 5, 2008

– The Dominion strikes back…maybe…

195. table10 - June 5, 2008

#116 mr Orci:

Assuming I know nothing about filmaking, as a co-writer of the script, do you have enough “pull” to request to participate or observe the editing process of this film?

Basically what I am asking is, is the reason you have not seen the film yet voluntary (because you want to wait until it is finished), or is no one else allowed in the editing room besides JJ and the editors?

196. MikeG - June 5, 2008

Whew, I guess when it comes to titles Mr. Spock was right: “There are always possibilities.”
Personally, I care less about the title than I do about the story. I’d like to see a story that doesn’t necessarily have a bad guy, a “human” enemy like Khan or Kruge or Soran, etc. (please note the word “human” in quotes, cos I know someone will yell at me that Kruge wasn’t human). I’d rather see a “bad guy” like V’ger or the Probe or the Borg (NOT these examples, of course, but similar), something that looks truly alien, something that represents “strange new worlds, new life, new civilizations, boldly going,” and all that. Obviously, such an antagonist would still need to meet the requirements of story-conflict, in order to captivate the audience. But, for my money, you wanna make people’s heads spin? Come up with an antagonist we’ve never seen the likes of. I often wonder what TMP would have been like with a better script. That film, and TVH, have been the closest things we’ve seen to our heroes confronting a truly alien enemy. I’ll grant you FC was a good film, but, in the end, it relied on the Borg Queen-antagonist… another “human” enemy. If we keep getting Kirk vs. another Khan-like villian, then it’s just rehash Star Trek, it’s Die Hard in Space. Let’s see these characters take us somewhere we’ve never been before, and confront something we’ve never confronted before. I’m confident that if anyone could do it, the Supreme Court could. Anyone else think so?

197. Captain Otter - June 5, 2008

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Federation

198. Captain Otter - June 5, 2008

Dilithium Crystals are a Girl’s Best Friend

199. Captain Otter - June 5, 2008

Harold and Kumar go to The Neutral Zone

200. Captain Hackett - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Limerick of Harry Ballz


201. Captain Otter - June 5, 2008

The Mummy 4: Curse of the Angry Aged Actor Who Was Passed Over for the Last Movie

202. Captain Otter - June 5, 2008

Dude, Where’s My Starship

203. Captain Otter - June 5, 2008

Ocean’s 1701

204. THX-1138 The Fandom Menace - June 5, 2008


Star Trek: The Fandom Menace? You know I get the credit for that one, right?


Star Trek: Mongo Begins
Star Trek: Harry and THX go to White Castle
Star Trek: My Left Foot (that’s for the chat ladies who know me)
Star Trek: The One Where The Ladies Declare Their Undying Love And Fascination For Me (too long again)
Star Trek: No Shoes, No Shat, No Problem!

205. Steve Short - June 5, 2008

“Star Trek: He’s Dead Jim”

206. Wolf Trek - June 5, 2008

I can’t believe no one has proposed this one yet . . .

Star Trek: AGAIN?!

207. Steve - June 5, 2008

“Star Trek: No, I’m from Iowa. I only work in outer space.”

208. Spockanella - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Alien Vs. Shatner

209. Thorny - June 5, 2008

61. SPB… “Odd how they handled that. The novelization (I believe) came out a few weeks ahead of the original release, and THAT had the “II” missing also, yet all the trailers, TV spots and posters at the time clearly stated “STAR TREK II.”

Not all of them. I still have a promo flier that they were handing out at the theater. The front is black with a phaser bolt and the legend “At the end of the universe lies the beginning of vengeance…” The inside is the movie poster logo title “STAR TREK: THE WRATH OF KHAN” without the Roman Numeral II and has small pictures from the movie (some evidently outtakes or early effects tests) around the periphery.

I can’t say for certain, but I’m pretty sure the film did not have the “II” in the title when I saw it in 1982. I thought it was added for the Pay Cable and later VHS releases.

210. weeharry - June 5, 2008


If that’s XII, then would XIII be

‘Harold and Kumar Escape from Rura Penthe’?


211. Spockanella - June 5, 2008

208: Oops, I think 126 got there first with a similar title. My bad.

212. The Vulcanista - June 5, 2008

Star Trek XII: SNAFU
Star Trek XII: Revenge of the Nerds
Star Trek XII: Where’d We Park the Damn Thing?
Star TrekXII: The Canon Wars Trilogy, Part II

Back to work,

Peace. Live long and prosper.
The Vulcanista }:-|

213. Out There - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: The Muppets Strike Back

Mirror universe Kermit (with a goatee) and Miss Piggy (with a skimpy slave-girl outfit revealing all her bacon) attack Earth with their souped-up Pigs in Space planet-eating spaceship.

Only Kirk and Company can save the galaxy yet again in this provocative cross-over concept, by combining the talents of the creators of Alias and The Muppet Movie.

When asked how this daring concept came to fruition, producer and director J.J. Abrams said, “It’s all about merchandising. In order to give the Star Trek franchise lucrative tie-in’s with McDonalds and Burger King, we need to appeal to the Happy Meal market. After all, the five-year-old crowd is the next generation of Star Trek fans.”

Rumors are circulating that the third sequel in the franchise deals with Klingons, time travel, and a bad guy with a weapon whose countdown must be stopped with two seconds left before the good guys are killed.

214. MONGO - June 5, 2008

Pretty Vulcanista! Mongo miss.

215. Anthony Pascale - June 5, 2008

not sure what it is about this thread but there is more spamming going on

warning to Capt. Otter

216. Viking - June 5, 2008

Bob, I still say that spoiler reeked. LOL :-)

217. Son - June 5, 2008

As long as it has the insignia, like the Bond movies have 007… I’m game for it!

That said, Star Trek: Something works.

218. Uncle Happy Time - June 5, 2008

boJac, your idea for a title is absolutely perfect. Kudos.

“Where No Man Has Gone Before…”

That’s excellent. It says Star Trek without saying Star Trek. Everyone should be able to recognize it.

For those out there who constantly poop on this whole thing and smart off/joke about the franchise, why? Why not just go find something else to do….oh, that’s it…you don’t have anything better to do.

219. MiniKirk - June 5, 2008

How about “First star to the right…” parroting Kirk’s lines in, Undiscovered Country (I think!)?

220. Jack - June 5, 2008

I think the first poster nailed it.

“Where No Man Has Gone Before…” would be perfect.

…and, no, not the PC “Where No One Has Gone Before”. It’s not as poinient as the original. Sounds too vague.

221. THX-1138 The Fandom Menace - June 5, 2008

#218-“For those out there who constantly poop on this whole thing and smart off/joke about the franchise, why? Why not just go find something else to do….oh, that’s it…you don’t have anything better to do.”

Said the guy complaining about people commenting on an article about a sequel to a film that hasn’t been released yet.

222. ensign joe - June 5, 2008

218 – “It says Star Trek without saying Star Trek. Everyone should be able to recognize it.”

should read:

“It says Star Trek without saying Star Trek. Everyone who is not a fan should not be able to recognize it.”


223. Spockanella - June 5, 2008

221: Tee hee.

I think jokes are fine. Humor…it is a difficult concept.

Mean-spirited crapping on people/opinions etc is not so cool and I’m hoping that’s what 218 meant.

224. Will H - June 5, 2008

Star Trek XII: The Franchise Burnout

I personally dont like the idea of going beyond this one film with the TOS crew, hell, I still would have rathered the new movie be a 24th century crew. But these days its all about money, more than ever, and if they burn out Star Trek to make an extra buck, they dont care.

225. Anthony Pascale - June 5, 2008

although it is fun to speculate on names, I would hope that the name actually reflects the film itself. Names like “Wrath of Khan” and “First Contact” would have been fine without their “Star Trek” prefixes and were based on what the film was about.

that being said I think “Prime Directive” would be a good title (i know it is a book). I also think a film that has a moral dilemma about the PD would be interesting, and relevant to modern day. Insurrection attempted to do this, but didn’t really deliver. Of course for Kirk, the PD was also more of “The Prime Suggestion” but it makes a good plot device.

226. j.t.kirk - June 5, 2008

The title Star Trek Captains log is interesting. Use it for a T.V. series title, where each week you are introduced to a differant ship and crew at differant times in the Star Trek history. They need not all be on the U.S.S. Enterprise, and could span from NX-class to the latest sovereign class.
Just a thought.

227. Closettrekker - June 5, 2008

#224—It’s the 24th Century spinoffs of Star Trek which are burned out, IMO. It would have been fine with me if they had never gone in that direction to begin with. Even the one attempt to “backtrack” (ENT) was missing the element of the iconic characters which only the TOS-era television run and the subsequent 6 feature films was able to produce. The “burnout” of the original crew’s adventures in the late 80’s and very early 90’s was due to the age of the cast and the floundering plausibility of the characters’ individual careers being so stagnant as to allow them to remain aboard the same ship. Recasting those characters is a way around that. There is plenty of the original 5 year mission left to cover, as well as 7.5 years between TMP and TWOK to explore as well. That leaves quite a bit of room for another feature film series centered around the original characters. If it were just another 24th Century adventure, I would not pay to see it ( I never did), and I certainly wouldn’t be perusing this site everyday for news about it. It is only the return of the original characters which keeps me excited about future Star Trek, and the only way Paramount gets any of my money. I think this recasting and revisitation to the 23rd Century is long overdue. That’s just my opinion.

228. snake - June 5, 2008

some unmistakably startrek phrases that could be used without ‘Star Trek’ in the title – like Batman 2 being called ‘The Dark Knight’ or Superman 2 being called ‘Man of Steel'(if it is)

The Final Frontier – taken

Where No Man Has Gone Before – taken

These Are The Voyages – taken

To Boldly Go… – this one is free

Where No Man… – this one is free

Federation – this is free (for a movie)

Prime Directive – this is free (for a movie)

Up Till Now – this is free (for a movie)

The Wrath of Shatner – this is free

although i really dont think they should use one without Star Trek in the title…remember ‘Enterprise’?

i think they will just do what TNG movies did – ‘Star Trek: whatever’…they cant use roman numerials again and i really dont think they will call it Star Trek ‘2’ as when people say it it’ll be like ‘which star trek 2? khan or the new one?’

maybe they could do something trendy like batman begins or the matrix sequels..i.e. no colon…so – Star Trek Reloaded or Star Trek Begins or Star Trek Returns or Star Trek Warp

as for the seuel itself i wonder what theme it will be? Timetravel? Alien Threat to earth? straight action? political?

Maybe we’ll finally get a mirror universe film..

maybe set it before TOS again..or during the last 2 years…

229. Dr. What - June 5, 2008


Oops. Too late.

Anyway, how about the title “Star Trek: The Shat is not in this one either.”

230. THX-1138 The Fandom Menace - June 5, 2008

Where No Man Has Gone Before

–I envision this on a movie poster with what I hope to be the newly iconic characters and ship by Dru Struzan.

That title just sounds cool and would have the geeks twitching.

(but I’ll still screw around with the titles to entertain myself)

231. Schiefy - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Bad Robot

232. Schiefy - June 5, 2008

Oh wait…that was the working title for Nemesis, wasn’t it? ;)

233. boJac - June 5, 2008

I know “Where No Man Has Gone Before” is already the title of an episode, but last I checked “Star Trek” was already taken, too.

IMO, Where No Man Has Gone Before would be a great title because, like the episode, it’s (kind of) like the start of a rebirth for Trek.

234. ZtoA - June 5, 2008

Star Trek
Horta Hears A Who

Star Trek
I’m Gonna Get You Suck-uh!

Star Trek
Romulan Holiday

Star Trek
To Kill A Rigellian Mocking Bird

Star Trek
Smokin’ Archer

Star Trek
Uhura’s Eleven

235. c0mBaTkArL - June 5, 2008

I think we’re all too fixated on traditional Trek film naming conventions, which are boring and ultimately counterproductive. The more I think of it, the more inclined I am towards the idea of episodic titles. That is to say, if this renewed film franchise is to develop in the spirit of the first 5-year mission adventures, then why not name them in the same manner as the TOS episodes? I’ve always loved those original episode names. The story titles were captivating, thought-provoking and even poetic in some cases. Cast-off single word titles are effective in attention grabbing, but hardly inspire anticipation of the adventure within. And don’t worry about a wordy title harming a film’s revenue generating chances either. Lord of the Rings:The Return of the King did just fine at the box-office, thank you!

236. Dark_Lord_Prime - June 5, 2008

How about, simply…

“Star Trek: Year One”?

(year one of the five-year mission, of course, since Stark Trek 09 deals with the events leading up to that.)

237. Commander K, USS SOVEREIGN - June 5, 2008



238. tadayou - June 5, 2008

It’s nice to hear that Paramount is embracing this project so much, but I tend to agree with Mr. Orci, that it’s not really reasonable to speculate about the sequel before we know what’s going on in the first movie.

On another note: While everyone here is speculating about (sub)titles for the second film, can we take it for granted that the first one is simply called “Star Trek”? I always had the impression that a subtitle for that one was still to be revealed, though I don’t know where that comes from.

239. AJ - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Emmanuelle
Star Trek: Spocko and the Kirkster
Star Trek: No Sleep ’til Coruscant
Star Trek: Quantum of Solace
Star Trek XII: The Wrath of the Metrons
Star Trek: Rambo V
Broketrek Mountain (“Climb the steps, Jim!”)
Star Trek: Gorn Free
Star Trek: Spocko and Hooch
Star Trek: Operation Benzar!

240. snake - June 5, 2008

what about Shat Trek 2 The search for the nexus

that would make a billion $ right?

241. AJ - June 5, 2008

snake: A million worthless Soviet rubles.

242. AJ - June 5, 2008

Sorry. A billion.

243. DonDonP1 - June 5, 2008

With all respect, may I suggest a 12th “Star Trek” motion picture to either pick up where “Nemesis” left off with completely new characters that join the Enterprise-E crew with veterans Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Newly-promoted executive officer Commander Worf, Lt. Commander Geordi LaForge and Dr. Beverly Crusher (only if Patrick Stewart, Michael Dorn, Levar Burton and Gates McFadden return), or otherwise feature 26th-century characters that were originally introduced to a supposed-to-be planned animated series.

244. The Last Maquis - June 5, 2008

The Trek Remains the Same

245. lolocaust - June 5, 2008

What about





246. VINTAGE 1955 - June 5, 2008

Star Trek XII”oh no mister bill” or Star Trek XII “gota have more cow bell”

247. Dom - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: Andromeda
In the revised timeline, the tale of how the Enterprise discovers that the Galactic Barrier is actually the exterior of an ancient, vast, crumbling space-time corridor which catapaults them to the Andromeda Galaxy with no chance of return when it collapses. Gary Mitchell and Elizabeth Dehner are injured and begin their transformation into gods. As their powers increase exponentially, the crippled ship is threatened by the evil Q continuum. Only Dehner and Mitchell, can destroy the Q and get the Enterprise home, but can they be trusted to care?

Star Trek: The Battle for Vulcan
After Vulcan was destroyed in the first neo-Trek film, the few surviving members of the race sought to colonise a new world, but the settlement is threatened by the Klingons who claim the new planet would be of strategic use to UESPA in event of a Federation-Klingon war. A ruthless Klingon agent, disguised as a Vulcan is assassinating the members of the Vulcan emergency government and Spock is forced to come to terms with his strained relationship with his widowed father, who is now the Vulcan leader.

Star Trek: Assimilation
An insect/cyborg race discovers the Federation and begins to assimilate the Federation’s outer colonies. Eventually, the Borg swarm overruns Earth, James T Kirk takes command of Starfleet and leads the fight to protect the Federation Government in Exile on their new home of Babel. But the Borg can control people with small insects that attach themselves to the back of their necks and control them. As the fight for Babel begins, a murderer stalks the Enterprise’s corridors and his target is James T Kirk.

Star Trek: Resurgam
A young cyberneticist and eugenics freak Noonien Soong has created a cyborg army that can annihilate the Borg. When Soong’s army wipes out the Borg, two cyborg soldiers, Data and Lore, demand recognition of their sentience and right of self-determination. Spock and Kirk give Data and Lore asylum on the Enterprise, as the embattled Federation sends their most brutal officer, Captain Garth, to take back the cyborgs while a corrupt diplomat called Louis Picard seeks revenge on all cyborgs for the deaths of his entire family line.

Star Trek: Defiant
The Enterprise protects the planet Bajor and a newly discovered wormhole from the Cardassians, while trying to rescue the USS Defiant which has been hit by a gravitic mine in the wormhole. Inside the wormhole, the crystal ships of the Tholian military try to entrap the Enterprise.

NB tongue is in cheek!!!

248. Norm - June 5, 2008

Like a name change away from Star Trek is going to make a difference. Wasn’t that tried with Enterprise ? Just call it Star Trek & then something.

249. Norm - June 5, 2008

Like a name change away from Star Trek is going to make a difference. Wasn’t that tried with Enterprise ? Just call it Star Trek & then something.

250. Dr. Image - June 5, 2008

Aqua Teen Star Trek Force.
Thank you and goodnight.

251. Dom - June 5, 2008

Go anime style:

Vulcan Successor Star Trek
Orion Ninja Team Star Trek

Comic book style:

Tales of the Star Trek
Star Trek: NextGen
Ultimate Star Trek
Uncanny Star Trek
Star Trek Unlimited

70s book style:
Trek to the Madworld
Spock Must Die!

252. danpaine - June 5, 2008

Are 250 responses here really necessary? In an age where we get gems like a “Prom Night” remake, or a sequel to “Lost Boys?” Of course there will be a sequel. EVERYTHING, good or bad, gets a sequel these days.

Let’s just hope the “original” is good.

253. Dom - June 5, 2008

Hi danpaine (252)

Why not 300? It’s all good fun!

Hell, I wish they’d taken a leaf out of Get Smart’s book and shot a straight-DVD spin-off using a couple of the minor characters from the main film!

254. S. John Ross - June 5, 2008

Star Trek XII: Relax, It’s An Even Number

255. Dom - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: XII: Oh Dear, They Broke the Pattern With the Last One, So Let’s Hope the Evens Don’t Suck From Now On!

256. Jason in Perth - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: The Merchant of Venus
Star Trek: The Merry Wives of Kirk
Star Trek: Much Ado About Nothing

and …..

Star Trek: As You Like It

257. Dom - June 5, 2008

Star Trek: The X Files

258. Skyhopper - June 6, 2008

How about…

Star Trek Returns followed by…
Star Trek Forever, and Star Trek and Robin… Crap! Nevermind!

259. Skyhopper - June 6, 2008

Or maybe…

Star Trek Reloaded or Revo-NO!
Thats almost as bad an Idea as a Speed Racer movie!
-oh, right! Sorry, Whatever Brothers!

260. Skyhopper - June 6, 2008

Willie Nelson fans might like
Star Trek: On the Road Again
Star Trek: the Red Shirt Diaries
Star Trek: We’re Dead Jim
Star Trek: My God, No! What the Hell is THAT!
Star Trek: They Are Still Dead, Jim!
Star Trek: Do you Smell That?

261. Skyhopper - June 6, 2008

I Kinnda like
Star Trek: Gallaxy
Star Trek: Beta (a beta quadrant story?)
Star Trek : Mirrors ( a Mirror universe story?)

nah, Beta sux! I think I’m Done!
Sorry All! I’ll try to do better next time!

262. Doug - June 6, 2008

I’ve got it!!! this’ll be great…

Paramount can call it Star Trek A, and the sequel: Star Trek B

oh wait, danged! Scotty said “no bloody A, no bloody B.”

Well, so much for that idea!!! ??? !!!

263. Jim - June 6, 2008

well….stupid question if ever

why not: Star Trek: “Insert title” like ST VI was “The Undiscovered Country” and ST II was “The Wrath of Khan”….just do away with the numbering system…..

264. captain_neill - June 6, 2008

263 That was how they distinguished the TNG movies from TOS by dropping the numbers but it is the best way as Star Trek II already exists and is one of the best movies ever.

265. Captain Otter - June 6, 2008

Sorry Anthony. I wasn’t trying to spam. I just over-did it. I promise I’ll behave.

266. s125 - June 6, 2008

Last two from me:

Star Trek: Regeneration

or Silence Of The Targs

267. Closettrekker - June 6, 2008

Star Trek: Ferengifellas

Star Trek: Raging Klingon

Star Trek: Mean Planet

Star Trek: Gangs Of The Orion Syndicate

Star Trek: The Last Temptation Of Surak

Sorry, I’m a big Scorcese fan too…

268. Closettrekker - June 6, 2008

Star Trek: My Chicken Sandwich And Coffee

Star Trek: Jambalaya

Star Trek: Fried Catfish

Again, Sorry. I’m also hungry…

269. AdamTrek - June 6, 2008

Star Trek: Universe of Destruction

Really corny one there. But it could be some evil guy that creates a device that will destroy the entire Milky Way galaxy. He actually accomplishes his goal, but it creates a parallel universe that is in the past about one week, so the Enterprise finds out by someone or something by seeing the future’s destruction, and tries to stop the plot to destroy the galaxy, maybe by a race or a “Unified galaxy government” in this different galaxy that believes the Milky Way inhabitants are destroying the universe just by existing. That’s epic! It can also be a “green Trek” and turns out to not be true in the end. Kirk and co. prove it.

270. Bill Peters - June 6, 2008

Wow, a lot of post…..I like the name to be ‘Where No Man Has Gone Before’ or ‘Best of The Federation”

271. johndell - June 6, 2008

Star Trek Mirror to Mirror
Star Trek Phaser on kill

272. Closettrekker - June 6, 2008

Star Trek: Ten Plus Deux…

273. LostOnNCC1701 - June 6, 2008

The Voyages of the Starship Enterprise

274. Thomas - June 6, 2008

I actually kind of like the episodic title idea. Although it would likely draw immediate comparisons to Star Wars.
I would also like to say that I don’t think we will ever see a Mirror Universe movie, it just relies on too much explanation for non-fans to get involved. The audience would have to really be accomodated with the actors/characters to pull off something like that. It would be better to save it for a series.

275. Skyhopper - June 7, 2008

I can get behind the episodic idea… oh, new BSG is on!

276. Skyhopper - June 7, 2008

How about plain old STAR TREK: THE SEQUEL!

277. Colorado_Gamer - June 7, 2008

Star Trek: Second Star to the Right

278. Boborci - June 7, 2008

Star Trek: In Color

279. Anthony Pascale - June 7, 2008

wow…so JJ and Dan Mindel are taking the auteur route and doing the new Star Trek in Black and White? Or is his choice of Black and White being a strict constructionist regarding canon, as 1965/66 was the cusp of the conversion of B&W and Color, so therefore a prequel should be B&W…what a way to honor canon! I assume the sound will be mono as well…otherwise my childhood is in danger of being violated

280. MrPhil - June 7, 2008

Will Star Trek: In Color be reissued in the UK with the correct spelling? ;-)

I vote for Star Trek: Again.

281. MrPhil - June 7, 2008

Or as my daughter would put it:
Star Trek: Again, Again, Again

282. Guillaume - June 7, 2008

I’ve got nothing.

283. Closettrekker - June 7, 2008

#280—“Will Star Trek: In Color be reissued in the UK with the correct spelling?”


284. Boborci - June 7, 2008

MrPhil – June 7, 2008
Will Star Trek: In Color be reissued in the UK with the correct spelling? ;-)

I vote for Star Trek: Again.

A: lol

285. rangerone314 - June 7, 2008

Star Trek: The Search For More Special Effects

Could be a movie with no cast, since some people are annoyed with the idea of new actors, we can get rid of actors entirely and make a movie consisting solely of ships pulling out of spacedock, and ships blasting each other with torpedos… Imagine that, no boring dialog, dispense with the storyline, just have an entire movie that is a montage of starship money shots…

286. Closettrekker - June 7, 2008

#285—How about just Star Trek: The Money Shot?

287. Closettrekker - June 7, 2008

Star Trek: Chicks In Mini-Skirts…

288. Chris Pike - June 8, 2008

I prefer “colour” and “flavour” as said in it’s original Englishese…

289. Rama’s SCREEN » STAR TREK 2 is desired b Paramount - June 8, 2008

[…] to, Paramount has so much confidence in the movie, without having to see it, that they want a sequel […]

290. CountessBaltar - June 9, 2008

275 – “I can get behind the episodic idea… oh, new BSG is on!”

Now, there’s a “reboot” that went hideously wrong.

291. Orci diz que estúdio quer sequência de Jornada « Startrekbr’s Weblog - June 11, 2008

[…] que parece, para os executivos da Paramount, não. O roteirista Roberto Orci, em entrevista ao site The Trek Movie, revelou que o estúdio sinalizou o desejo de ter a equipe de Abrams retornando a franquia para […]

292. House of Adaks » Blog Archive » Random Star Trek News - June 11, 2008

[…] the new Star Trek movie by Abrams has made an impression.  So much so that Paramount is already discussing the sequel.  It’s strange that a movie that is just under a year from release is already under […]

293. gipetto - June 12, 2008

How about “Star Trek – Weekend at Spocks” where spock has to pretend kirk is still alive while having spring break on vulcan.

294. Martok - June 13, 2008

Star Trek : JJ Abrams’ Massive Ego Returns

295. Closettrekker - June 13, 2008

Star Trek: Shatner’s Kirk Is Still Dead And Decomposing In Another Timeline

296. Pete Williams - June 23, 2008

How about…

Star “Trak” (always love that one)
STD – Star Trek Deuce
Star Trek: Sulu’s Secret (asian kids, now adults, feel let down)
Star Trek: Battlestar 1999
Star Trek: Jordy’s Third Eye
Star Trek XXX-treme
Star Trek: We Ripped off Forbidden Planet

All kidding aside, Abrams & Co. won’t dissapoint. :)

297. Lilly - July 8, 2008

Is there some way to bring back Wesley Crusher and let us know how his “Traveler” adventures are going…would be really interesting to bring him back and see where he has been traveling and see what a traveler he has become!

298. weblog » Blog Archive » Un sequel per Star Trek di J.J. Abrams? - July 23, 2008

[…], Roberto Orci, che insieme ad Alex Kurtzman fa parte del team di sceneggiatori fidati di J.J. […]

299. Eron Reygo - October 1, 2008

the great Nagus Eron Reygo re-writes the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition .. ALL your favorites.. but in ORder of your VIctory

300. Darkowski - March 31, 2009

43. Daniel Broadway

Exactly my thought :-P
Even though Star Trek V wasn`t that good (I liked it), the title seems to have a ‘punch’ and get the interest of the population.

301. Todd Judson Thomas McDanel - March 31, 2009


GO FOR IT!!!!!

302. Todd Judson Thomas McDanel - March 31, 2009

Now that I’ve said my peace, may I please to calm down and receive some help? I have sent multiple, multiple, multiple post cards and letters
to the Paramount Star Trek stars on the Web site.
as far as Mar. 31. I never have received even ONE answer. This is NOT
treating a fan, who keeps their business going, properly and customer-
friendly. Could the “Supreme Court” take a look into this, please?
I have also addressed a letter to Leonard Nimoy and Brad Weston,
for all the good it will do me. Would the other fans and readers of this
column please urge the Star Trek Stars to please respond to my letters and queries, and not believe I’m dead to the world and Star Trek?!
Thank you so very much.
Peace and Long Life,
Forever in Star Trek,
T. J. T. McD.

303. It’s Official: Paramount Moving Forward On Star Trek Sequel - Supreme Court On Board - kaylaiacovino2.0 - March 31, 2009

[…] hinted at last June, it appears that it is now official that Paramount is in the works to make a sequel to the upcoming […]

304. Alfred Parks - April 30, 2009

It is logical to assume that there may be a link between the space craft “Voyager 6″ as enhanced and returned by the “Machine Planet” (Star Trek the Motion Picture) and the creation of the Borg and its philosophy. Vyger was looking for the creator and it eventually joined machine with man or a cyborg (Captain Dekker and the Leutinent Ilea changeling) this may be something to base a new motion picture on with the person “Q” still putting humanity on trial. Perhaps Vyger could be thought of as the founder of Borg society itself and may be the key to settling the conflicts between “free will” and ‘forced servitude”. Time travel may serve to alter the damage done by the borg by changing the Borg philosopy of assimilation of multitudes of lifeforms as a step in getting closer to perfection. Changing the timeline in this manner would be carefully considered by those who inforce the “temporal Prime Directive”
This is just a suggestion for a future movie. Someone would have to study the structures of past movie scripts and dialogues to eliminate conflicts in the entire “star trek saga itself”

305. Rich (Pittsburgh) - May 8, 2009

Keep the numbering system, but employ good old standard Arabic numbers. Star Trek 2, Star Trek 3, etc. That way, when we get to number 38 it’s Star Trek 38, not Star Trek XXXVIII. It’s Star Trek, not the Super Bowl or the Olympics!!

306. Rich (Pittsburgh) - May 8, 2009

BTW- the movie was beyond awesome!!

307. Quite Quotable Quotes: Star Trek (2009 film) « F241vc15′ Weblog - May 11, 2009

[…] Can’t wait for the sequel (as confirmed by this site, the major cast are and crew are signed up for 2 more […]

308. Rachel Marta - June 12, 2009

I have seen Star Trek XI (or 9) ten times now. It is a thorough adrenaline rush. I can’t wait for the sequel. Two comments: Please make sure Kirk’s hair is blonde (the scenes where it appears red were very distracting). And do not have any famous guest stars. They will detract from the new crew who rightly should be the focus. They are young, gorgeous, and energetic. All they need is an equally exciting script as the 2009 movie. And although I adore Shatner’s portrayal of Kirk, he is such a scene stealer that it would be a disservice to the story, and Chris Pine who is a perfectly wonderful Kirk in his own right, if he were in it. Shatner created Kirk but its time to move on. Its a different century and a different time line. It’s not ageism, I am 65 years young.

309. Maggot - June 18, 2009

The film is out – great work from the CGIs and effects guyes, and a good bit of casting. The sequel to the prequel – how about Uhura on maternity leave, Kirk actually settling down with one woman, a fair amount of Pon Farr, the problems of where to go and who with, Drs Flox and McCoy would have their hands full there I think. How to build up numbers of an endangered species, aliens with selective reproductive abilities spring to mind – Spock could produce 2 kiddies one pure Vulcan one pure Human – the franchise goes on. Can they battle the killer flying pancakes again [Anihalation Project] please. You could have hours of fun with Chekov – after all at 17 he’s got a lot to learn about life.

310. Maggot - June 18, 2009

PS – you could always bring Tuvok into the equation somewhere!

311. Viskous - August 18, 2009

Star Trek 2009 was mindblowingly good. Surprisingly good. I mean, it got 90+% on Rotten Tomatoes, and that’s saying something!

• Star Trek Beta

• Star Trek Neo

Can’t think of anything else. When the three disc Blu-Ray thing gets released, I’m getting the puppy.

312. » Un sequel per Star Trek di J.J. Abrams? » weblog - October 2, 2009

[…], Roberto Orci, che insieme ad Alex Kurtzman fa parte del team di sceneggiatori fidati di J.J. […]

313. Jason Carpp - December 5, 2009

I saw Star Trek in a movie theatre when it first came out and I loved it! I loved the story line, I loved the cast, I loved the charactors. I’ve always felt that Star Trek needed new blood, and that this movie provided that new blood. I’m hoping that JJ Abrams does a Star Trek sequal, maybe even a tv series. I’m just not sure whether there should be an elder Kirk in the new movie. We need something new to add to the Star Trek mix. I thought the movie was supposed to be a re-make of the original series. If it was, I felt it was very well made re-make. I hope it continues with the sequal.

314. Film Student - May 17, 2010

Sequel? Too early? Yes? No? Maybe?

All these questions with no answers.

Well I have only one thing to say about this film. It would have been better if it had starred Hulk Hogan as Captain Kirk and Ringo Starr as Spock.

Thnak you for your time.

315. Jimmie Ray Giboney - December 15, 2011

I loved the movie too! Now as for joke names for the hoped for sequel, I give you, “STAR TREK: SHELDON VERSUS BRENT SPINER”! ;-) is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.