Wrath of Khan SE - Thank you Paramount

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  1. Colin Davidson

    Colin Davidson Second Unit

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    I just read about the specs for the SE and wanted to be the first to say thank-you Martin and Paramount. I am really looking forward to this SE.

    Also wondering if any of the fine team that gave us the ST:TMP SE will be working on this one?

    Once again a big THANKS and cant wait till August. (Of course I have ST:TNG to keep me busy...)
     
  2. Andrew Chong

    Andrew Chong Supporting Actor

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    I second that emotion. You can tell that Paramount has great respect for one of their biggest franchises and its fans by the work that they devote to some of their best releases.

    p.s. It's nice to see that Michael Okuda will be providing another text commentary for ST:TWOK as he did for ST:TMP.
     
  3. streeter

    streeter Screenwriter

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    Yes, Paramount, thank you very much. It looks like a great disc, except what happened to the Shatner/Nimoy commentary?
     
  4. John Berggren

    John Berggren Producer

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    I am very excited by the Wrath of Khan SE. This looks to be the start of an excellent trend with the Star Trek movies. I can't wait for 4, 6, Generations, First Contact, and Insurrection. I'll definitely be rewarding Paramount with my cash for these releases.

    I would love to see a Directors cut on any and all.
     
  5. Mark Edward Heuck

    Mark Edward Heuck Screenwriter

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    Does this "director's version" mean that we will have the long-missing scenes involving Judson Scott that were cut during his prima donna tenure on the short-lived ABC show THE PHOENIX? Having read about them long ago in Cinefantastique, it made me upset that this interesting character ended up so perfunctory in the original release version.
     
  6. Jeff_HR

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    Being a huge Star Trek fan I'm glad to see this SE. I'm sure it will be worth our wait if it is anything like the effort put into ST:TMP SE. And hopefully we'll get as good or better with the rest of the series of films.[​IMG]
     
  7. Rob T

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    I know I'll be getting this disc! [​IMG]
     
  8. Scott D S

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    I'll be getting this one too! I can't wait to finally own all the Star Trek films since I never bought them on VHS or the original DVDs, except for TMP: DE and INS. I just hope Paramount has fixed the Tyler-Durden-esque frame glitch that occurs during the nebula battle.
     
  9. Qui-Gon John

    Qui-Gon John Producer

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    Do we have a street date for this release?
     
  10. Jeff_HR

    Jeff_HR Producer

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    August 6th![​IMG]
     
  11. Dave H

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    So, when can we expect "The Search for Spock"?
     

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