Watch First 6 Minutes Of Star Trek Phase II’s “Enemy: Starfleet” November 22, 2009by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Fan Productions,New Voyages/Phase II , trackback
As promised the Star Trek Phase II team is making up for the long wait for "Blood and Fire, Part 2" by releasing the first six minutes of their next episode "Enemy: Starfleet", which gives you the teaser, opening credits and some of Act 1. The preview lets you get a look at Phase II’s new Spock, Brandon Stacy, who was Zachary Quinto’s double for JJ Abrams Star Trek.
Preview of Star Trek Phase II "Enemy: Starfleet
From the official site:
"Enemy: Starfleet" comes from a story by Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur.
Star Trek: Phase II’s sixth episode launched into production in June, with principle photography taking place from June 15-June 25th at Retro Film Studios in upstate New York. Veteran actress and Star Trek alumni Barbara Luna (“Marlena Moreau” of “Mirror, Mirror”) joined the cast of “Enemy: Starfleet” as as a space terrorist that steals a starship and retro-engineers it to create a marauding fleet. “Luna” had this to say about her experience: “…my discovery was that your special love and devotion for Star Trek with a loyalty that lives in your hearts, which gives you a very deep connection to each other, allowing everyone in your presence to feel that joy. …it is an experience worth treasuring forever…”
The production of the episode, written by prolific Trek novelist Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur, and award winning fanfic writer Patty Wright has left Senior Executive Producer James Cawley thrilled with what was accomplished. “What I’m seeing is flawless: the best we’ve ever done,” he said. “This is Star Trek.”
It takes place partly on an alien planet, with location shooting and principal photography in New York. .
Video can also be seen at startrekphase2media.com
Full episode coming soon
According to Star Trek Phase II producer/star James Cawley, the full “Enemy: Starfleet” episode should be available to view online after the Holidays, in the first quarter of 2010.