In what will convey great joy to fans of the ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Guide, once Next Generation captain and astonish to almost no one in Hollywood, Star Trek: Picard has been given the lime light for a second season before its series debut the upcoming month. So for all the friends this is the great news. Just take a minute and relax back.
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For the first season that will come on CBS all access on January 23rd, season II of the Patrick Stewart-led Picard that looks to be 10th episode order for the bunting. As the session of season II, the latest venture in the Alex Kurtzman marshaled Trekverse has been owed over $20.4 million in California tax incentives.
Del Arco first played Hugh in the classic Star Trek guide : The Next Generation episode “I, Borg,” with the injured whine being nursed back to health by the Enterprise. He befriended Geordi, who gave him the name “Hugh,” and erudite to be human, eventually rejecting the Borg’s mission of forced assimilation. (He later helped rescue the Enterprise from Data’s evil twin Lore in the two-part TNG episode “Descent.”).
Soran didn’t want to destroy the Federation or anyone in the episode. He just wanted to get into the Nexus but the way he go about doing it would cost other lives. But he wasn’t angry at anyone or blamed the Federation for the Borg attacking his homeworld. His motivation had nothing to do with the Federation, they just got involved with stopping him.
The Son’a in Insurrection motivation also had NOTHING to do with the Federation. They just wanted their planet back from the Baku and in fact was working WITH the Federation to help them. So how exactly do they have something against the Federation if they are literally working together?
In TSFS the Klingons wasn’t plotting to destroy the Federation. Obviously they hated them but they just wanted the Genesis device. No one ever suggested they were going to use it to take down Starfleet or anything like that. You could argue they COULD do that but that wasn’t a story point in the film either.
The Borg in First Contact wanted to take over Earth and the alpha quadrant but that’s just the Borg being the Borg lol. It’s not out of vengeance or anger, its just want they do with everyone. check it here on justinder
The issue with the Kelvin films is that LITERALLY all the main villains ultimate goal. Nero, Khan and Krall all pinpointed the Federation as their motivation to do all their crazy deeds and blamed them directly for their anger. Even in TWOK (where this all really started) Khan was never directly angry at the Federation, but Kirk himself. You can infer he would’ve used the Genssis device to attack other Federation worlds but he never said that, the film was basically wanting to get revenge on Kirk himself.
How Much Star Trek Is There?
There are almost six Star Trek TV series that ran at irregular intervals between 1967 and 2005.
The first six movies focus on the crew from the original series: Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982), Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984), Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986), Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991).
The next four movies feature the cast from The Next Generation: Star Trek: Generations (1994), Star Trek: First Contact (1996), Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) and Star Trek Nemesis: (2002).
The two most recent films, Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), act as a re-boot of Kirk’s original crew, but with new actors cast in the classic roles. (The stories still fit together with the old continuity, thanks to a judicious application of time travel.)