Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Shaw, Apr 15, 2009.
Obviously followed Spock back in time... ; )
Scotty's head on Bones' body. Looks great.
Awesome shop, but who is this guy? He seems familiar but i cant put a finger on it...
That's Christopher Eccleston, a.k.a. the Ninth Doctor.
Fantastic work, Frodo Lives.
Really? That's not the guy who played Scotty in the new film? Sure looks like him. Granted, I've only seen the movie once and don't know the guy from anything else, but it DOES look like him.
I don't think he does.
For comparison, here's a 'shop I made a while back of Simon Pegg who plays Scotty in the new film. I even used the same McCoy Trek picture as Frodo Lives did...
Nope. You are confusing Christopher Eccleston, an English actor most famous in sci-fi circles for playing the ninth incarnation of the Doctor on Doctor Who, for Simon Pegg, who in America is most famous as the star of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.
Incidently, Pegg guest starred in one of Eccleston's episodes of Doctor Who.
Here are comparative photos:
^ I never thought that they even looked alike. Maybe because Eccleston is 1) way taller, and 2) completely different in personality and plays completely different characters.
Here's a scene from that ep, with both of them.
As Picard pontificates, the genre savvy villain Baal decides how to best counter the infamous Picard Lecture.
Of course, it's not like Baal has a fleet at his disposal...
Here is my submission.
Wow, that's gorgeous!
Ah, yes, I see now you're right. I've never watched Doctor Who, so I didn't know who was who.
So to speak.
Dammit guys! Ya just got me hooked on Doctor who! DX
I made this one for my avatar.
Gaila (Rachel Nichols) the Orion cadet from Star Trek
I hope she gets to look as cool as this in Trek XII
Product of boredom and digging through old back ups:
Makes you wonder what her life might have been like before Starfleet.
Wasn't her character on one of the ships that got blowed up real good? (I actually hope not, 'cause I love Rachel Nichols and would like to see her have a larger role in the next movie...)
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