With talk–again–of a fourth movie in the “Kelvin” timeline of Star Trek movies, will they learn from the failures of the last three movies? While you can talk about the political issues and Bad Robot wanting to get part of the merchandising rights, and all the problems with the licensing when Viacom split Paramount and CBS, actor Chris Pine has another reason to add. In this summary of a Deadline interview (which they also link to), the second official Captain Kirk portrayer suggests that trying to reach a larger audience at the expense of what made Star Trek beloved enough to make a movie in the hopes of increasing their wallet size may have backfired against the three movies he was in. Although I have heard good things about the third movie, I’ve only seen the first and thought it was a good Star Wars movie (that’s not a typo), while the more I hear about Into Darkness the less I want to.

About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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