Robert Orci, told IGN.com that Star Trek is set to go into production this November. Read on:
Robert Orci, screenwriter of the upcoming live-action Transformers movie, told IGN that his next project Star Trek is scheduled to go into production in November.
“It shoots in November,” Orci said during an exclusive interview with IGN. “We’re in preproduction right now and just started. We’re casting and hoping to have somebody by Comicon — we’ll find out. The script is written, and [it comes out] Christmas ’08.”
Orci remained mum about the film’s plot, he said he is confident that Star Trek XI will satisfy nonfans and longtime Trek watchers alike.
“We’ve sworn an oath to not really divulge anything,” he said, “but if you’re a fan who’s been tracking a lot of questions about people’s histories and about the history of Starfleet, there’s various gaps in the canon that if you were to get online and sample what people would want to see, you’d see some overlap in terms of what any fan who knows Trek would see. But the flipside of it is we want to make sure that this movie is absolutely for nonfans as well. In a way it’s going to be two different movies — if you’re a fan, you’re going to see a different movie. If you’re a fan, you’re seeing the black stripes of the zebra, and if you’re not a fan you’re going to see the white stripes. That was actually an amazing challenge, to see if that was even possible, and I think, hope, pray that we did it.”
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