Star Trek Nemesis
While passing near the Romulan Neutral Zone, the Enterprise-E picks up an unusual energy signal. The crew investigates, and finds dismantled pieces of an android that looks just like Data. But before the crew has time to determine its origins, they receive a priority message from Starfleet’s Admiral Janeway: There’s been an internal political shakeup on Romulus, and the new leader, Praetor Shinzon, has asked that a Federation ship visit to talk peace. When they get there, the crew discovers that, surprisingly, Shinzon is not Romulan. He’s from Romulus’s sister planet, Remus—but he’s not a Reman either. He’s a human clone of Captain Picard, the vestige of a failed Romulan plot to infiltrate Starfleet. All that’s in the past, Shinzon swears. Today he’s only interested in leading both the Romulans and the Remans down a path of peace with the Federation. But not all—in fact not much—is as it seems.
Donatra protested Shinzon's coup against the Romulan Senate, and therefore ultimately opted to side against whatever plans he had for the future of the Romulan Empire. Her warbird, the Valdore, in...
Humanoid, light-sensitive native species of Remus, the sister planet to Romulus, who evolved in their world's dark-side hemisphere and have largely remained subjugated by their more powerful neighb...
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Academy Award-nominated screenwriter John Logan wrote the screenplay and co-wrote the story for "Star Trek Nemesis" with Rick Berman and Brent Spiner. Logan received an Oscar nomination in 2001 fo...