Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies XI+' started by Mirror Sulu, Mar 11, 2013.
Should be Marina Sirtis
I love in Tomorrow is Yesterday, when the computer "malfunctions" by flirting with Kirk. That's the best. They should do that again.
Nolan North, he is the only option I can think of.
Excellent suggestion, was just going to make it also. Nancy Pelosi'd be a great choice too. And Candice Bergen... definitely an older, classy lady.
I'd like Judi Durand or Adrienne Barbeau.
Not that I'm hoping for this, obviously, but I have to point out that for Mr. Rain, that might not be much longer - he'll be 85 this year. (I saw him on stage nearly 15 years ago at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, in a production of Heartbreak House. Amazing actor.)
How about Lisa Edelstein?
Eddie Izzard. The right answer is always Eddie Izzard.
Speaking of Apple, the last film did a shout out to Nokia - I wonder if they will do any product placements this go around?
It would be cool to see either Apple or Samsung in this flick.
Also, Kirk should drink a coke.
No. A computer voice that could one day be tossing off shield stats and warp core breach warnings must have a bit of a brass twang to it, as Majel's did. Sirtis has a lovely voice, but no twang.
I would LOL if the PADDs had the Apple logo on them.
Considering how much this movie is costing to make ($185 million), a little product placement is almost a certainty. Perhaps some of those flying cars will have familiar manufacturers.
Given the cost of making movies today, it's inevitable that they'll need product placement to help with the financing.
I think we will get to see Marina's take on the voice; just saying.
I thought Lynneanne Zager did a fine job.
Serious thought: how about John Billingsley? His Phlox voice is immediately recognizable but I think he could do a computer voice quite well.
"Attention...warp core...breach...in...five minutes...recommend immediate...evacuation..."
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