I think at least the three original Phase II characters, Xon, Will Decker, and Ilia, should be keep.Another idea I had is that Phase 2 can use the OTL Next Generation characters, and that the movie could be a backdoor pilot for Phase 2.
In a TV series focused on Captain Pike we have David Gautreaux as a young Spock, Persis Khambatta as Number One (but with an actual name) and maybe Stephen Collins as a younger Christopher Pike.One idea I had is that the movie focuses on Captain Christopher Pike.
On the one hand, I weep for Narnia fans ITTL, seeing as though they may never get adaptations of the other books at this rate compared to IOTL, in which we did get the first three books adapted.Sadly not. The CS Lewis estate was very uncooperative. In fact, they were very closed minded towards a lot of Richard Williams' ideas during production. Also, they absolutely despised the ideas that Howard Ashman had contributed, only for Danjaq to stand behind Howard all the way through. The stipulations that the Lewis estate demanded from Williams and UA were far less reasonable than what PL Travers wanted from Walt Disney, Sr. when he bought the film rights to Mary Poppins.
So the next project for Danjaq will likely be the finish The Thief and the Cobbler.
Honestly none of them sound right depending on when you want it I kinda like Peter Weller, Michael Biehn or maybe Brian Bosworth.Who could the main actor for Captain America be: Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Spader, Kurt Russell, Bryan Cranston, Tom Hanks, or Kevin Spacey.
Get to Star Trek already
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