Paramount: Star Trek special editions beyond VI?

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  1. Steve Vivona

    Steve Vivona Auditioning

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    Mr. Blythe,

    I was just wondering if Paramount plans to do special editions of the "Next Generation" Star Trek films, Generations, First Contact and Insurrection or will they end with Star Trek VI?

    Thanks!
    Steve
     
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    Jeff_HR Producer

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    I believe the plan was to do all of the Star Trek films that way.
     
  3. Martin Blythe

    Martin Blythe Second Unit

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    Steve, as a member of the press (unless there are two of you), feel free to contact us directly, not that I can be that forthcoming on this subject! Cheers, Martin
     
  4. Qui-Gon John

    Qui-Gon John Producer

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    I think at least one of those was non-anamorphic, so I hope they do them, at least for that.
     
  5. Mikel_Cooperman

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    Other than S.T 5 I would love to see the footage the supposedly cut out of 6 and 7 and of course a Nemesis Directors cut
     
  6. Aaron Thomas

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    Given that the Star Trek brand name is a license to print money for Paramount, I assume the only question left is how to space out the releases in order to maximize profits (and minimize complaints of "Why wasn't this an SCE in the first place?").

    On a personal note, while I applaud Paramount's willingness to consider releasing Director's Cuts, I hope they consider keeping the theatrical version in print as they have for The Wrath of Khan.


    Aaron Thomas
    A professor once told me that I wasn't quite original when I subtitled my rewrite of a paper on the Categorical Imperative "The Wrath of Kant"
     

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