Discussion in 'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' started by Tuskin38, Mar 29, 2022.
Yeah, the entire front portion of the Enterprises saucer was destroyed at the end of Discovery S2
They have ships with engines that WARP spacetime - who knows what small side effects that has on their reality from time to time (pun intended) in Universe?
I’ve a feeling what Goldsman and the others running SNW think of as “canon” might not be the same as some of us. *
*Ships, sets and uniforms
Indeed. I figure it means we're going to see more things like a Scottish engineer, an Asian-American stepping in as the head of Astrosciences, Spock being promoted, etc.
I highly doubt we're going to see a massive visual change to the ships/sets/uniforms.
I mean, whatever they do it won't be received well. It will be the greatest travesty ever foisted upon Trek since the dawn of time!
Ok, hyperbole aside, I have a feeling we will see minor tweaks throughout until they strike the balance they like between TOS and modern production.
I'd like to see the TOS-era lettering on the Starfleet hulls brought back, yes...that aside, I'm not overly concerned.
A different VFX team might render and composite slight differently.
What is that link as I seem. Not to be able to get to it.
[QUOTE="Markonian, post: 1450
I'm thinking @Markonian was referencing https://www.denofgeek.com/tv/star-t...season-2-big-original-series-canon-questions/
I also remember an interview where one of them said they'll gradually get closer to the TOS designs
pls keep that old outmoded stuff where it belongs, in a museum not in a modern production also post that source?
now that could just be copium talking lol but that quote seems to be more about characterization not ''sets''/ships
I still think that some-time before Pike hands over the command of the USS Enterprise to Kirk, most of the ship will get destroyed with only just enough to limp back home.
When they fix the ship, it's going to end up shrunken to what we see in TOS.
You must not be able to read, because theyr'e talking about characterization and character.
But nice try .
I don't normally like posts which consist of just a GIF, but that is genius and really says it all.
I honestly couldn't think of a better response.
This page might help in the future:
Ah, a favourite of mine.
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