Podcast: All Access Hooks Up With Star Trek Movie News And 'Strange New Worlds' Episode 6 – TrekMovie

Podcast: All Access Hooks Up With Star Trek Movie News And 'Strange New Worlds' Episode 6 – TrekMovie

[Strange New Worlds news and review starts at 16:05]
Tony and Laurie start with an update from Paramount studio chief Brian Robbins on the next Star Trek movie, enhanced by Simon Pegg’s “I don’t f-ing know” comment (and enthusiasm for filming the movie) at FedCon in Germany. Then they discuss Marina Sirtis’ report on the great send-off the TNG cast is getting in Picard season 3 (vs. how things went in Star Trek: Nemesis), Prodigy executive producer Aaron Waltke’s explanations about the USS Dauntless, and the imminent return to production of Discovery. They recommend the latest episode of The Shuttle Pod podcast, talk about the 20-pound Enterprise in the room made by TOMY, then cover the latest news on Strange New Worlds, including a guest appearance by Jesse James Keitel, more info on Kirk’s presence in season 2, and the future appearance of Dr. Roger Korby. Then they jump into their review of SNW episode 6, “Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach.” They wrap up with a look at Wrath of Khan ice cream (and other related festivities), and a surprise Star Trek connection between TOS matte artist Albert Whitlock and the great Mel Brooks.
Links:
Paramount Studio Chief: ‘Star Trek 4’ Close To Starting Line; Says Audiences Want More Kelvin Crew
Marina Sirtis: TNG Cast “Cherished” In ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 3 After Being “Discarded” In ‘Nemesis’
‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ Producer Clarifies Details On Admiral Janeway’s USS Dauntless
Michelle Paradise tweets image indicating production on Discovery to start soon
The Shuttle Pod Crew Explores Where The TOS Characters Are During ‘Strange New Worlds’
Toymaker TOMY To Make 32-Inch Die-Cast ‘Star Trek’ USS Enterprise Weighing 20 Pounds
‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ To Introduce Nonbinary Character Played By Jesse James Keitel
‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ Clues Emerge About James T. Kirk And Roger Korby
Stratos from TOS’ “The Cloud Minders”
TNG’s “Conundrum”
The Son’a and the Ba’ku from Star Trek: Insurrection
Ursula K. Le Guin’s short story “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas
Trekbits: 
Tony: Wrath of P’Khan ice cream (and other Wrath of Khan 40th anniversary plans)
Laurie: Mel Brooks’ memoir All About Me! My Remarkable Life in Show Business
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First time I’m kind of sorry I can’t hear the podcast because of the spoiler issue. As a lifelong admirer of Mel Brooks I’m very curious about that topic. Was worried something happened to him.
The Mel Brooks bit is right at the very end! The “bits” section starts at 48:50.
Thanks a lot, I love that story. Mel Brooks is such a good soul.I think I will download that audiobook, too 🙂
I love that Tony downloaded it while we were recording. I’m reading instead of listening myself, but either way, it’s glorious.
What happened to the episode? I was playing it and now it’s gone and I’m getting a 404 error if I try to load the mp3 file directly.
It’s being re-uploaded! Stand by.
The ‘play’ button isn’t working for me.
not sure what is up with apple player embed. It has been swapped out with Stitcher.
Of course the best way to get our podcast is to subscribe via your preferred podcasting app
I do wish Marina Sirtis would get over herself and her contribution to Trek. She barely features as a footnote. Honestly, delete her from Trek history and, other than them throwing her the bone and letting her crash the D (the ships counsellor at helm?) Troi features somewhere below Dr Crusher but just above Data’s cat.
Pointless.

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