Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by Tuskin38, Sep 28, 2019.
[Kramer] YOU JUST BLEW MY MIND. [/Kramer]
P-Stew on the panel: The first 4 episodes are "unlike anythng that I've read before for ST. They're extraordinary. The characterization is so intense, the complexity...The unexpected situations."
New interview with John de Lancie:
Thanks for posting the John Delancie interview.It's interesting he's filming his role right now and how he seems to be enjoying playing of Q again and what made him say yes to coming back again .And mentioning having the tv writers telling what his role would be in the series and why he said yes to play Q again.
Interesting theory - could Picard s2 tie all the shows together?
John Orquiola is wasted at ScreenRant. That was a more compelling article than anything I've seen from that site in ages.
"Star Trek: Picard season 1 rewrote Star Trek canon."
"with a cameo by Picard"
...what did they watch? XD
So I noticed something interesting. A friend of mine found concept art for Commodore Oh's costume, and the emblem on the floor of the concept art is the Romulan Republic emblem from Star Trek Online.
It's just concept art, it most likely means nothing. DSC Season 1 costume concept art for example used an image of a corridor from the NX-01 in the background. It could be a placeholder for the emblem they went with in the final episodes.
Good article from Screen rant there's been a few videos on YouTube saying Scott Bacula maybe returning as Captain Archer in a time travel story.Very interesting guesss about the time travel causing the Temporal Time war in Enterprise.
I'm honestly still hoping Lower Decks has an Enterprise-themed episode.
I want a TOS episode, and any scenes in the past are inspired by the TAS art style.
Well, we had TAS-style pictures of Kirk and Spock in S1 finale... Aaaanyway, I want to see Mariner in TOS-like uniform... And being spanked by Freeman.
CBS seems to be going out of its way to make both the DSC aesthetic and TOS look canon in-universe based on the LD visual reference to TAS. Which, hey, I'm cool with. I can buy that Starfleet looks a certain way in 2257 and another in 2267.
Akiva Goldsman interview:
Switching to Picard, what did you guys learn from the first season in terms of pulling off the show that you’re bringing into season two?
“Figure out the end earlier. If you’re going to do a serialized show, you have the whole story before you start shooting. It’s more like a movie in that way – you better know the end of your third act before you start filming your first scene.”
(No kidding, Sherlock!
While the season ending certainly *felt* that way to me, I never thought they really, actually made it up as they went along... LOL.)
The original, pre-COVID-19 plan was to shoot seasons two and three of Picard back-to-back. Is that still happening?
I would love to answer that, but I cannot.
With regards legacy characters returning, is anybody else of the opinion that by the time Picard finally wraps for the last time, perhaps after a third season, we'll have seen them all? Worf, La Forge, both Krushers, Tasha Yar/Sela and maybe O'Brien too?
That's not how all writers think.
When I read one of the interviews on Trekmovie they hope since they had alot longer time to write scripts and hoped for better story telling for all the characters in season 2.
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