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Will there an another TNG movie?

RikersMailbox

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Report this Apr. 06 2009, 11:45 am

What would make a good TNG movie?

quantumstring12

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Report this Apr. 06 2009, 1:34 pm

Me writing it and directing it. I know Star Trek TNG and I would make one hell of a movie. But.........

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Report this Apr. 06 2009, 5:05 pm

I want one with all my heart, but it would be so difficult to get the actors together. With Spiner and Stewart acting like kings, I fear that any subsequent movie would end up like a William Shatner production. There! I said it! Sue me!

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Report this Apr. 07 2009, 4:33 am

No I'm tired of ST movies that are big on budget and little on the promises. While I will see the reboot I fear the same results for it as well. Bad plot line, insane dialog, stupid props (whats up with the joystick in Insurection)? Need I say more. I like ST but I think we need to give a little more time to rest and then come back with fresh and new innovative ideas. Since First Contact there has not been a Trek movie I really enjoyed like that one.

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Report this Apr. 07 2009, 5:37 am

It is in the works already:

Star Trek - A Final Unity

:cool:

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Report this Apr. 07 2009, 10:25 am

Star Trek: Titan!

Get on the eliptical Mr. Frakes! :laugh:

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Report this Apr. 08 2009, 8:44 pm

the next TNG movie should be with CAPTAIN RIKER commanding his new ship with COMMANDER LaFORGE as his first officer[

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Report this Apr. 10 2009, 6:26 pm

Quote (RikersMailbox @ April 05 2009, 12:45 pm)
What would make a good TNG movie?

Oh boy, God knows we need one, it'll be painful to watch this mess by JJ Abrams. :cry:

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Report this Apr. 12 2009, 8:52 pm

Quote (Captain_Storma @ April 07 2009, 5:37 am)
It is in the works already:

Star Trek - A Final Unity

:cool:

Nope thats some fan produced crap.

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Report this Apr. 12 2009, 9:54 pm

I would like to see another TNG movie. However, if we ever get one it won't be for many years. If this movie is a success we won't see another TNG movie until after all of the Abrams sequels (that's fine by me I am looking forward to this movie) but if it fails I don't think we will see a TNG movie, if ever, for a long long long time. And by then it will have to be a rebooted TNG.

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Report this Apr. 13 2009, 4:35 am

Wouldn't mind another one.  As mentioned, might be hard to afford Stewart so have to migrate downwards for less costly actors and shift the story to be unconventional out of the box for Star Trek.  

Solution -- Marina Sirtis is cheap and would take the job quickly so I would suggest a movie: Star Trek: Counselor Troi runs for UFP President.  A movie about Troi's accolades into becoming a top pick candidate for the highest office in the Federation.

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Report this Apr. 13 2009, 3:26 pm

Question: Will there an another TNG movie?

I love TNG to death. I even liked Nemesis. But, the simple answer to this question is

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Report this Apr. 13 2009, 3:37 pm

They could wait a few more years and make a movie with a geriatric crew reuniting for one last mission. It could be like The Four Musketeers, where they all die heroically or something.

TNG had an open-ended finale, which I think was the best way for it to end. Just let it go...

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Report this Apr. 14 2009, 11:03 am

There definitely needs to be another TNG movie, regardless of how old the cast is. For goodness' sakes, look at the TOS crew by the time The Undiscovered Country rolled around - they were getting up there, but they still looked good enough to do the movie, and they were all still kickin' it! So why can't the TNG crew reunite for one more movie? Bring Data back (and make him human), have Lore as the villain, and give the Next Generation the farewell that they deserve!

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Report this Apr. 14 2009, 11:36 am

Quote (DataLady91 @ April 14 2009, 11:03 am)
There definitely needs to be another TNG movie, regardless of how old the cast is. For goodness' sakes, look at the TOS crew by the time The Undiscovered Country rolled around - they were getting up there, but they still looked good enough to do the movie, and they were all still kickin' it! So why can't the TNG crew reunite for one more movie? Bring Data back (and make him human), have Lore as the villain, and give the Next Generation the farewell that they deserve!

Actually, I believe Patrick Stewart is older than William Shatner was in GEN now. ?Also, even if you did one, you know the studio, after INS and NEM, would give it an even lower budget, extremely low in light of the way NEM bombed. ?I don't want to see them in a cheap film like that. ?But, then again, TWOK was really cheap compared to the most expensive film besides TMP, INS, so maybe they could do something with that.

In any case, I don't think we need another TNG film and, truthfully, after seeing the very dissapointing INS and NEM and sitting through TNG v2, VOY, I think I've had enough of the TNG brand of ST.

Yes, NEM was pretty dissapointing, but the TNG crew and Rick Berman had their chance to make up for INS, just like the original cast had theirs after the terrible TFF with the great TUC, and they totally failed. ?Game over.

And, heck, if you want to find out what happened with those characters, read the Abrams' film prequel Countdown comics. ¿Yes, Data's back (although he ended up killing his bro B4 in the process) and no more emotion chip, as foreshadowed significantly in NEM. ¿Picard is an ambassador as foreshadowed in All Good Things, Sarek, and a bunch of other episodes that showed off his cool-headed and patient diplomatic skills, again, another logical development from a great man, who, unlike Kirk, could move on with his life after giving up starsthip command. ¿

Worf is a Klingon General, which isn't that unbelievable considering the respect he gained with the empire and Geordi designed Spock's new "jellyfish ship" which was a bit odd, considering Geordi never was a starship designer but oh well. ¿

Meanwhile, as we all know, Riker and Troi are on the Titan and Dr. Crusher, having never ended up with Picard thanks to Rick Berman (Gates McFadden was bummed about that never happening), is head of SF medical.

Also, Data, the third in command, ends up in command of the Enterprise-E and not Riker, the final word on which character was obviously better. ¿Note that Kirk's first officer ended up in command of the Enterprise. ¿I wonder if Riker resented Picard for that? ¿

So there it all is. ¿Nothing more needs to be said wrt to TNG, except, thanks to Nero, all that could be wiped away if you don't subscribe to Robert Orci's use of the many worlds theory of quantum mechanics. ¿
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I'm really really looking forward to seeing JJ Abrams new take on the original ST. ?I hope he's successfully brought back the fun, humor, action, and sexiness of the original show, all those things that Berman just didn't seem to be as interested in in his TNG movies, with the obvious exception of the action-packed FC.

If this new Abrams film is successful, and I'm extremely sure it will be (I hear that the marketing is working extremely well), there definitely will not be another TNG feature film. ?

Maybe they can reappear on TV if CBS wants to do a TV movie to pass the torch on to a new crew or something, although I think they'd be foolish to do that if Abrams' film is a success. ?I would think in that case that they would want to piggyback on that, like former VOY producer Bryan Fuller has said he'd like to, and do a show in Abrams new Trek universe instead of sticking with more Berman-Trek.

Yes, TNG was a great show and FC was a great movie, but, even though I'm a huge fan of it, I'm ready to move on.

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