The Next Gen – Starships, and more – is coming to the big screen, thanks to Paramount Pictures.
Star Trek: Star Fleet has been in the works for years, and the film will be the first in the franchise that has a Star Fleet.
This is all very exciting news, especially as the series is one of the biggest selling franchises in history.
With all of the great shows and movies that have been created for the franchise, the only real question is whether or not the new series will get to film a lot of time in the Trek universe.
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for Star Fleet, showing an alternate take on the classic series.
While it’s pretty much a remake of the original film, the new movie will feature a number of new characters, a brand new plot line, and even some new locations.
The trailer begins with the crew of the Enterprise, led by Admiral Jean-Luc Picard, walking across the galaxy in search of a new planet to colonize.
In a few minutes, the Enterprise is attacked by a new race of sentient robots, and Picard and crew must now figure out a way to stop the threat before it can wreak havoc on Earth.
What makes Star Fleet unique is that the film takes place in an alternate timeline, a timeline in which the original series ended, and we don’t have to wait until the next movie in the series.
It will be exciting to see what happens in the new film, and if the new timeline will have some kind of impact on the new films.
Fans are very excited to see the new show, and this is just the beginning of the story.
“The Next Generation” is the 20th television series that Paramount Pictures has produced and released.
It was created by Gene Roddenberry and James Horner.
The series aired for 24 seasons from 1966 to 1987, and also spawned the first Star Trek movie in 1990.
Next Gen was one of many movies made for Paramount Pictures to be released in the ’90s, including “The Matrix,” “The Terminator,” “Aliens,” “A Clockwork Orange,” and “Caddyshack.”
As of March 2018, the franchise has sold over $1.1 billion at the box office.
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