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12 Star Trek Films And Series That Were Nearly Made.

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For more than half a century, Star Trek has continued as a franchise. It has faced two cancellations; Star Trek: The Original Series in 1969 and Star Trek: Enterprise in 2005. However, it bounced back. Star Trek’s idea is one where humankind effectively voyages over the cosmic system, exploring new universes, new civilisations and surviving odds. It proposes a superior future, one where humankind is a power of good over the universe.

This article focuses on those proposed Star Trek spin-offs that were never openly known. Some would have been exceptionally captivating while others would have been bizarre.

12. Hopeship – Star Trek Meet Grey’s Anatomy

This proposed spinoff was a restorative show set on board the USS Hopeship. This was a therapeutic vessel venturing to every part of the universe. The plan was to incorporate Doctor M’Benga, played by Booker Bradshaw in two episodes A Private Little War and That Which Survives as the essential character on Hopeship.

 It surely would have given a crisp viewpoint on the Star Trek universe with Doctor M’Benga being an expert in Vulcan medical. Furthermore, it is very conceivable that the audience would have seen a greater amount of Spock’s home world.

11. A Question of Cannibalism – The First Star Trek Series

Star Trek may have turned out in an unexpected way. Two years before Star Trek: The Original Series, Roddenberry pitched a thought for Star Trek Is. This included Captain Robert April and the team of the SS Yorktown. April was joined by his female first officer Number One, South American pilot José Ortegas, cynical doctor Phillip Boyce, Yeoman Colt and the first alien lieutenant Mr. Spock.

A full season was pitched, with stories likeThe Day Charlie Became God which turned into the Kirk-driven pilot Where No One Has Gone Before. The Mirror included the group finding an alternate version of the SS Yorktown and A Question Of Cannibalism saw colonists on the planet Regulusherding creatures like cows.

The plot of A Question Of Cannibalism turned into the reason for an abandoned Star Trek film Roddenberry started creating in 1973. It doesn’t have the same impact as The Wrath Of Khan.

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6 Latest Pictures of Kaley Cuoco in Stylish Tank Top and Nike Shorts!

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We all know about Kaley’s love for dogs; there is no social media profile of Kaley where she doesn’t have a picture with dogs. The Big Bang Theory star has been very active in saving lives of the stray dogs by adopting them or by giving the associations involved in animal welfare with financial help.
We have gathered some interesting pictures of Jovial Kaley Cuoco outside her routine Yoga class, where one of her fans got her a painting that depicted Kaley’s love for the four-legged animal! Kaley’s was overwhelmed with joy and laughter after glancing at the artwork, the fan who painted got a lovely hug from Kaley. Kaley was wearing a cool printed t-shirt hanging on top of her sports bra and Nike shorts with a print strips, check out her rocking pictures in casual yoga attire!

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8 Star Wars Mysteries Which Were Better Left Unexplained.

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The old Star Wars Expanded Universe’s most defining trait was its capacity to cast a light on the darkest corners of the galaxy far, far away, fleshing out the universe of the films. At times it did this brilliantly, while at others it got somewhat senseless. Here are eight Star Wars riddles the EU explained that should’ve been actually left unexplained…

8) Where’s Darth Vader After A New Hope?

There’s something splendidly ridiculous about Darth Vader sitting in his TIE Fighter out there in space, until somebody picks him from there. However, Dark Horse’s Empire comic series showed Darth Vader crash-landing on a planet nearby. What’s more, Vader became the pioneer of a pack of alien hyenas. Now that’s weird. In the wake of getting to be a leader, Vader finds an Imperial station on the planet, leaves his hyena pals to kill a group and dashes off into space once more.

Coincidentally, in A New Hope, you really see Vader fixing his TIE Fighter and flying off regularly towards the end of the film. He could be going to the nearest Imperial ship where he could deliver the terrible news about the Death Star to the Emperor. It truly doesn’t warrant its own epic experience.

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7) How Was The Rebel Alliance Paid?

Star Wars fans are exhausted by the manner in which money works in the galaxy. Take a look at the Trade Federation cast over the prequels to understand what I am saying. In any case, the topic of exactly how the Rebellion really afforded the supplies and equipment for its operations has enthralled people for a long time.

However, every time the Expanded Universe attempted to cover it, it was horribly exhausting. The most scandalous of these stories is “The Third Law,” a story told in Marvel’s Star Wars #48. This was actually about Princess Leia taking up a space loan and Darth Vader attempting to prevent it from happening.

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Top 10 Most Dangerous Sith Lords In The History Of Star Wars!

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This article focuses on the eternal enemies and adversaries of the Jedi, the Sith. This rundown will feature the ten “best” and most prominent Sith ever. These Sith have been judged on a few parameters like; Force /power, Lightsaber ability, Deeds/actions, Knowledge/astuteness and Additional abilities. It’s an awesome list; take my word for it….

10. Darth Sion

Out of 33% of the renowned Sith Triumvirate that drove the remnants of Revan’s Sith Empire, Sion was an entirely special being. Conceived with an intolerable susceptibility to torment and sickness, he figured out how to transform it into hatred for his own power as a Force-user.

Sion looked for fights with the Jedi in a vain endeavour to end his life and his torment. When he found an adversary fit for killing him, the exact inverse happened. His anger grew because of such anguishing torment and he rose from death to slaughter his future killer.

With this force, Darth Sion could accomplish a type of immortality that made him among one of the definitive perversions of the Dark Side. Regardless of what number of wounds he endured or times he was struck down, he could will himself alive again through the agony and scorn he had inside him. He turned into a mobile rotting cadaver of a man, held together exclusively by the exceptional dark energies running inside him. Such was his energy that both Jedi and Sith looked upon him with apprehension, repugnance and wonderment.

Subsequent to turning on his lord, Darth Traya, Sion was persuaded by the Jedi Exile Meetra Surik to relinquish the hatred keeping him cobbled together and acknowledge death in its absolution.

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9. Lumiya

The Dark Lady of the Sith, the lady in the past known as Shira Brie was an Imperial Double agent, Emperor’s hand and consequent mantle carrier to the legacy of the Sith after the demise’s of Palpatine and Vader amid the clash of Endor. Brie was an outstanding pilot and spy, serving Vader with awesome steadfastness throughout the years. Lumiya was a guile warrior and highly perceptive. Never having the crude Force like numerous others on this rundown, she was a flawless expert of the unobtrusive expressions. Her weapon was not the conventional lightsaber but the uncommon, and extraordinarily difficult to master Lightwhip. With it, she could nullify the benefits of the conventional lightsaber battle and keep adversaries reeling.

Her most noteworthy achievement was controlling and enticing Han and Leia’s child Jacen Solo to the Dark Side of the Force, while working resolutely behind the shadows to bring war yet again to the New Republic which she stunningly coordinated through Jacen. She would finally meet her end by Luke after he was erroneously was convinced that she had executed his wife Mara.

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10 Most Gawky Romances in Star Trek TNG!

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If the stereotypical rituals of candlelight dinners, moonlit walks hand in hand, giant sized teddy bears or plain old heart shaped boxes of chocolates doesn’t exactly tug at your heartstrings on a date, then the crew of the Starship Enterprise and you aren’t so different after all. When you’re beaming alien diplomats and racing across galaxies at warp nine, space fairy tales are the least you’d expect. From Data’s failed attempts at programming emotions, Riker’s interplanetary liaisons, to the antics of Deanna Troi’s mother, it would appear that love of the 24th-century space isn’t half as advanced as its technology. This list is going to bring smiles to your faces fun to watch disastrous romantic liaisons in Star Trek The Next Generation. Enjoy.

1. “Haven” Season 1, Episode 10 (1987)

This episode finds the half Betazoid, Deanna Troi mortified over the fact that her mother sends over a talking silver plaque from Betazed announcing her daughter’s marriage to Wyatt Miller of the human species. Their rendezvous didn’t exactly send temperatures soaring, but did quite the opposite. Wyatt is transported to the mysterious woman of his dreams when a Tyrellian ship appears from nowhere leaving Deanne with her on again off again paramour Riker. 

Moment of epic gawkiness: The perplexity that ensues when Deanne and Riker decide to give that last fling a shot.

2. “The Dauphin” Season 2, Episode 10 (1989)

Wesley Crusher falls for alien princess Salia and how. In an attempt to woe her governess, Wesley rushes to the crew for advice. Yes, mistake number one. If Worf’s Klingon mating call, Data’s DNA compatibility analysis or Rikers starry poetry isn’t indicative of the crew’s epitome of blindness towards seduction, then who knows what is. Warnings about what this teen crush was hiding all along were thrust aside. Yes, mistake number two.

Moment of epic gawkiness: When Wesley finally musters up the courage to kiss Salia, she morphs into this, this, well, thing that could easily pass for a cross between Mothman and Bigfoot.

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11 Ways Batman V Superman Reinvented Batman On Big Screen!

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Batman is a man who does not laugh. He is one with nothing but regret – a character who is built on deep sadness and poignancy.  After James Bond, he has become one of the most portrayed icons on the silver screen. What opportunities could two-time Oscar winner and director, Ben Affleck, have seen in taking on one of the most iconic roles in cinema?

Countless. It is perfect that one of the most successful leading men in Hollywood is playing the ultimate bachelor, Bruce Wayne. Art imitates life and in the new Batman flick, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Affleck brings in a combination of rage and weariness to the superhero, saying, “I’ve seen it all and I’m not impressed.” Affleck’s version of Batman lifts the caped crusader to a new level of comic book portrayals. He is not one to be taunted.

He is a look at 11 ways that Ben Affleck reinvented Bruce Wayne in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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11. He Kills  

While his character is depicted differently onscreen from the comic books, Batman has always stood by his “one rule.” Apart from a few rare exceptions (the most notable being Tim Burton’s Batman), he may threaten, maim or break his enemies but Batman will not kill. In the Christopher Nolan trilogy, Batman was taken to the one yard-line of murder, allowing the Joker to free fall just long enough to fear death. Even then, the superhero stayed true to his stand for justice and let the villainous clown live.

The same as Superman in Man of Steel, Batman is allowed to kill in director Zack Snyder’s version. Although the highest body count is in the post-apocalyptic Knightmare dream sequence, Affleck’s version of Batman storms through Gotham without any fear of causing collateral damage. His Batmobile, seemingly indestructible, kills numerous thugs, sending them to an early grave, certifying that Batman is exhausted, impatient and beyond thinking about peace.

10. He’s an experienced vet

Affleck’s Batman does not go spelunking, go base-jumping without the Batsuit or use staplers instead of guns. He has already built the Batcave, kept his weapons, gadgets ad vehicles in order and Alfred Pennyworth, his faithful butler, calls him old. This Batman is not readily excited by his responsibilities, bound to their reinforcement put of a lack of a diverse lifestyle.

Thanks to Zack Snyder’s introduction, we meet this version of Batman as someone we have a history with, like an old friend rather than an acquaintance. With deep-set scars making his hulking body, Affleck’s Batman does not talk about his past because everything is written on his blood-stained sleeves.

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7 Dazzling Harry Potter Actors With Their Lovers!

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When you see these dashing young lads and lasses of Harry Potter now, you will, wow a decade has passed, and it feels like yesterday. When the first Harry Potter movie came out, roughly 75% of the cast was comprised of kids, and now look at them. They all have arrived at the pedestal of excellent careers, and now they are even figuring out the long-term partners in their future successful lives. Let’s have an eye on the real-life love interest of our favorite Harry Potter actors!

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1. Tom Felton(Draco Malfoy) and Jade Olivia

Tom Felton and Jade Olivia

 

2. Evanna Lynch(Luna Lovegood) and Robbie Jarvis

Evanna Lynch and Robbie Jarvis

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7 Zombie Transformations from the Living Dead to the Walking Dead!

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Zombies have evolved from time to time with every mind numbingly gruesome names they have been entitled. From the living dead to Walkers & White-walkers, it’s no secret to the zombie fans that make-up artists have put their heart for decades into creating horrific specimens with every ghastly version of these fantasy creatures. Recently a video surfaced on the internet portraying the metamorphosis of the undead from the classic era to the modern. We warn our readers that each of this 7 zombie makeovers are arranged in an ascending hierarchy going from least terrifying to most abominable zombie transformation, certainly not suitable for the faint-hearted.

1. Voodoo zombie, “White Zombie” (1932)
This movie introduced concept of Zombie drink. Only one sip is needed to get you turned.

2. Living Dead, “Night of the Living Dead” (1968)
This epic piece of clumsy dead bodies provided inspiration to many more zombie movies, TV series, comics and whatnot that followed.

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10 Real-Life Star Wars Locations.

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In 1977, when the initial instalment of Star Wars came out, nobody thought it was going to be this great a success. The story is interesting. What’s more interesting are the behind the scenes location which are a crucial part of all the movies. We wanted to explore the notable Star Wars locations deified on screen as planets in a galaxy far, far away. So, here they are….

10. Derwentwater, England (The Force Awakens)

The Force Awakens trailer gave rise to global delight. A standout amongst the most classic shots – a squadron of X-Wings flying low over a lake, clearly on an important mission– was recorded in Derwentwater, in England’s Lake District.

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9. Death Valley, California (A New Hope and Return of the Jedi)

While the majority of the scenes set on Tatooine were taped in Tunisia, budget plan limitations implied that some of the shots should be more economical. This implied making a beeline for Death Valley, one of the hottest spots on earth. The scenes shot included R2-D2’s quest for Obi-Wan Kenobi, distance shots of Luke in his land speeder and the heroes as they get their first look at MosEisley.

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5 Interesting Things About The New Star Trek Series 2017!

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CBS announced that the network will be bringing Star Trek series back to the television. Reminds you of good old days! Now with every major series making a turnabout to a sci-fi hungry public, CBS’s decision to start a full on TV series falls in line, with another bid to stay in the minds of people. The Star Trek franchise got a reboot with two recent J. J. Abrams films (another one on treks) appearing over a span of six years.

This attempt by CBS will be the fifth time a version of Gene Roddenberry’s will be seen after Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space 9, Voyager, and Enterprise in addition to the original 1966 iteration.

With speculations ripening, we bring to you a list of what might (might not) this new endeavor entail for fans:

1. The new Star Trek will be the first Original series on CBS VOD platform in 2017.

CBS has some catching up to do as far as Streaming technology is concerned. And we tend to agree with them when they decide Star Trek will be launched on VOD in 2017 as the network’s first original series. The first episode, however will air on regular CBS network in January 2017, with the rest to follow up exclusively on CBS All Access. This VOD service, charging viewers $5.99 per month has gone live and already made available all past episodes of every Star Trek Series. Looks like a early and good start for 2017!

2. Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller will be piloting New Star Trek Production ship.

The other head, Alex Kurtzman will be donning the cap of executive producer for the show. This comes after his partnership with J.J. Abrams on Star Trek films. This time however, his usual collaborator Roberto Orci has been replaced by Heather Kadin. Heather is the developmental head at the Secret Hideout, Kurtzman’s production company. Bryan Fuller began his career as a writer for Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. It is only fair that he be asked to co-pilot 2017 CBS series.

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