Not at all. The original series had a general following; by 1987 there had been conventions and four movies. It had certainly become a niche market before TNG and has remained such ever since.Foxtrot said:i think trek had a general following during the TNG era. everyone has seen that series mate.
A Trek movie with the main goal of pleasing the trek community would also sounds kind of scary. Regardles of the franchise, they should primary aim to make a good movie, not a movie that would only please fans.Mav23 said:I am kind of scared that the new Trek movie's goal is to reach a "general audience".
That just means they will put some pop songs in it like britney, perhaps even some hip hop and they will set it in a college. You will get lines like thus "like... like oh my gawd, John Luc is soooo hoawt"Mav23 said:I am kind of scared that the new Trek movie's goal is to reach a "general audience".
Well, at least you're not also getting him in high-fidelity whatevertheheckistopsnowadays sound, and even if you did, he doesn't sing in any of the ST movies (well, maybe the campfire scene in ST5, I don't recall).floundericiousMI said:Just what I've always wanted... Shatner...in high-res