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367 – Victory is Coming | Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Elijah May 25, 2018 11 12


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We’re Trekking Out Nicholas Meyer as he spills the beans on his rumoured Star Trek miniseries, the women of Star Trek: Discovery talk diversity, and Netflix’s take on “The Toys that Made Us”, including Star Trek, gets a second season.

In Star Trek Online and gaming news, we’re trekking out the latest that the gaming world has to offer, and later, our science adviser Dr Robert Hurt has another report from the Astrometrics Lab.

Of course, as always, before we wrap up the show, we’ll open hailing frequencies for your incoming messages.

TOPICS DISCUSSED

  • Astrometrics Report

 

THIS WEEK’S COMMUNITY QUESTIONS

  • What do you hope Nicholas Meyer’s trilogy is about?
  • Have you had an opportunity to attend a Star Trek event – a film screening, or con… or other – What was your experience?

 

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Elio is a Northern New Jersey Cuban-American and graduate of Kean University, having earned his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance in 2011. He has performed in internationally renowned performance halls such as Avery Fisher Hall with the New York Philharmonic, as a member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, and in Beijing, China as a representative for Kean University. Since 2012, he has had the wonderful opportunity to Executive Produce Priority One – the premiere Star Trek Online podcast. Whether recruiting, managing the global team of talented volunteers, arranging interviews with special guests, editing, web-development, finding sponsors, managing crowd funding, or writing content for the podcast, Elio has a hand in it all. A long-time Trekkie, Elio has been watching the series since he was a child and sneaking in late night, back-to-back, episodes of TNG reruns. He finally embraced the Trekdom in college and spent many hours catching up on the entire multiverse…. instead of studying.

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  1. Chiyo Umiku on January 30, 2019

    I’ve had two experiences with movies on the big screen in open spaces. The first time was when The Lion King was reintroduced into theaters. I figured it was going to be mostly kids but I was wrong. It was everyone like me who grew up watching the Lion King. Imagine a theater where everyones quoting the movie and singing along in generally Merry Spirits. The second one was when TWOK was reintroduced into theaters last year. I had to travel 30 miles to an AMC to see it, but getting to shout KAAAAAAAAAAAAAHN with an entire theater of trekkies was so cool.

  2. Chiyo Umiku on May 26, 2018

    I’ve had two experiences with movies on the big screen in open spaces. The first time was when The Lion King was reintroduced into theaters. I figured it was going to be mostly kids but I was wrong. It was everyone like me who grew up watching the Lion King. Imagine a theater where everyones quoting the movie and singing along in generally Merry Spirits. The second one was when TWOK was reintroduced into theaters last year. I had to travel 30 miles to an AMC to see it, but getting to shout KAAAAAAAAAAAAAHN with an entire theater of trekkies was so cool.

  3. andy on January 30, 2019

    will we see dommion stations in star trek online all so how will the ship system work if we start at lv 60

  4. andy on May 28, 2018

    will we see dommion stations in star trek online all so how will the ship system work if we start at lv 60

  5. Tyler Maxwell on January 30, 2019

    Can’t think of any specific plot I’d want to see in a Nick Meyer trilogy (still think that ‘Khan on Ceti Alpha V’ one is a bit thin on substance though); if it has strong, memorable characters and an impactful story, I’ll probably be good.

  6. Tyler Maxwell on May 28, 2018

    Can’t think of any specific plot I’d want to see in a Nick Meyer trilogy (still think that ‘Khan on Ceti Alpha V’ one is a bit thin on substance though); if it has strong, memorable characters and an impactful story, I’ll probably be good.

  7. Lucas Anderson (@TapMan in gam on January 30, 2019

    I once attended a live screening of Smokey and the Bandit. When Jackie Gleason made his first appearance on screen (as Sheriff Buford T. Justice), the entire audience spontaneously broke into applause. It was like attending an old-school stage performance where the audience applauds the first entrance of the beloved veteran actor.

  8. Lucas Anderson (@TapMan in game) on May 29, 2018

    I once attended a live screening of Smokey and the Bandit. When Jackie Gleason made his first appearance on screen (as Sheriff Buford T. Justice), the entire audience spontaneously broke into applause. It was like attending an old-school stage performance where the audience applauds the first entrance of the beloved veteran actor.

  9. seannewboy on May 29, 2018

    Wonderful episode everyone.

    I dont care what Meyers is doing, i just want to see it.

  10. Mike on January 30, 2019

    I would like to see a mini-series based on Star Trek Academy. Since its based on Earth, much of the filming can be done on a TV budget and not a movie budget. There are plenty of story options, as has been shown through all of the TV episodes, movies, books and graphic novels which touch upon the Academy at some point. You could bring in Cameos from other franchises as instructors, where age disparities would not be of much consequence. Finally, if you really wanted to, you could even include William Shatner as Boothby!
    I saw ‘Star Trek Beyond’ as part of a trilogy screening, with the two earlier JJ-verse movies shown beforehand. They had trivia contests between the movies, with prizes for the winners; both my wife and daughter did better than I did. While standing in line for snacks, I was able to freely chat about all things Star Trek, including Star Trek Online. It was a truly great and memorable experience!

  11. Mike on May 30, 2018

    I would like to see a mini-series based on Star Trek Academy. Since its based on Earth, much of the filming can be done on a TV budget and not a movie budget. There are plenty of story options, as has been shown through all of the TV episodes, movies, books and graphic novels which touch upon the Academy at some point. You could bring in Cameos from other franchises as instructors, where age disparities would not be of much consequence. Finally, if you really wanted to, you could even include William Shatner as Boothby!
    I saw ‘Star Trek Beyond’ as part of a trilogy screening, with the two earlier JJ-verse movies shown beforehand. They had trivia contests between the movies, with prizes for the winners; both my wife and daughter did better than I did. While standing in line for snacks, I was able to freely chat about all things Star Trek, including Star Trek Online. It was a truly great and memorable experience!

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