The Official Deleted/Alternate Material Thread

Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies I-X' started by CaptainBearclaw, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. Maab

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    Wow! Never saw that shot before. Pretty cool!
     
  3. Grant

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    Yeah, that shot was created first for publicity---basically an early announcement--"This isn't going to be just staring at the view screen with jaws agape."
     
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    There was another one showing the Reliant megaphasers hitting the torpedo bay, and I think it was the tie in movie mag that showed Reliant venting blood like plasma...

    These were just ILM showing what it could do
     
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    The cut scene between Data and Picard discussing a bottle of wine is one of my favourite scenes in all of theatrical Trek. I find Nemesis is improved immeasurably if I watch that scene immediately after the credits roll.
     
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    Agreed, but it would have added a lot of heft to the themes of the film. Genesis = new life. You've got Kirk dealing with his son (a new life he and Carol created) so it would be a great thematic counterpoint if Khan had a son that he sacrificed in the name of revenge.
     
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    [Edit: I didn't know that Ex Astris Scientia does not want thier pictures used outside their website]
     
  9. Robert Comsol

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    ^^ Please notice that the bottom picture is "flopped" / reversed / mirrored. Strange, I only do recall having it seen like this (i.e. Starlog and other magazines)

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  10. drt

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    Similarly, I'd seen the shot below a million times and only now noticed it's the close up section and the primary hull is obviously missing.

     
  11. Grant

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    As originally conceived the initial attack was far more devastating--knocking the saucer clean off!
     
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  14. Firebird

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    I think he was making a joke, Maurice...
     
  15. Grant

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    Yes, I sure was! Sorry for the confusion--7 months after I posted it!
     
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    Maybe you should have winked.
     
  17. Maurice

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    I suspected it might be, but people here parrot so many ludicrous claims that it's difficult to know what's real and what's earnest!
     
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    Thanks!

    I'm hugely surprised that Paramount would give an actor access to a deleted scene that they themselves never offered for viewing.
     
  20. publiusr

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    That's better than what we got on screen--but with a still, you can take your time.

    In the lower photo (also on my Starlog mag)--the reliant is venting plasma, not sparkles.

    Looking at how both shots look--you can understand why I consider STII to be a slasher film--spawned by bloody horror films from the late 1970s-early 1980's