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Old March 18 2008, 04:16 AM   #1
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Cho Slightly Injured Working On 'Star Trek XI'

John Cho apparently sustained a slight injury during the filming of Star Trek XI.

As reported by TrekMovie.com, Cho appeared before an audience attending the 'Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay' screening held at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival sporting either a cast or an Ace bandage. He admitted to having received the injury, apparently a sprained right wrist, while shooting Star Trek XI.

A representative for Cho said that the injury was "no big deal" and would not affect the shooting schedule for Star Trek XI. Cho will be shooting more scenes this month.

Aintitcoolnews reports that Cho hinted at potential films after Star Trek XI. "I think there’s a possibility of them making more of these, yeah," he said when asked if a franchise was being anticipated.

To read more of the TrekMovie.com article, head to the article located here. The other article is located here.

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Old March 18 2008, 11:38 AM   #2
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Aintitcoolnews reports that Cho hinted at potential films after Star Trek XI. "I think there’s a possibility of them making more of these, yeah," he said when asked if a franchise was being anticipated.

A "Star Trek" franchise?

That'll be the day.
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Old March 18 2008, 06:35 PM   #3
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Yeah, and maybe someday man will travel the world in great flying machines.

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Old March 19 2008, 01:44 PM   #4
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Oh, yes. A "franchise". The bean counter mentality can suck the joy out of almost anything. I remember B&B used to refer to Star Trek as "the franchise". Once I hear a person involved in Star Trek use the f-word, I just know they don't care about the stories, etc. They aren't fans themselves. To them, it's just a way of making money. And quality quickly goes down the toilet. It happens in almost every field of creative endeavor once the bean counters get their slimy meathooks on it.
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