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CBS ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Confirms Female Lead, Pre-Kirk Setting
CBS ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Confirms Female Lead, Pre-Kirk Setting
CBS ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Confirms Female Lead, Pre-Kirk Setting
Long before Bryan Fuller was officially announced to lead a new CBS Star Trek series, the franchise alum spoke openly of his interest in a more diverse Trek, even naming Angela Bassett as an ideal actor for Captain. Fuller’s vision is now one-step closer, as Star Trek: Discovery will indeed have a female lead, operating in a pre-Kirk setting, among other new details.
‘Star Trek’ TV Boss Bryan Fuller Talks Gay Sulu Depiction in ‘Beyond’
‘Star Trek’ TV Boss Bryan Fuller Talks Gay Sulu Depiction in ‘Beyond’
‘Star Trek’ TV Boss Bryan Fuller Talks Gay Sulu Depiction in ‘Beyond’
Star Trek Beyond took an affirmative step toward LGBTQ representation with word that John Cho’s Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu would be depicted with a husband, though original portrayer George Takei had a surprisingly negative reaction to the nod toward his own sexuality. Now, leading the charge to put Trek back on TV with Star Trek: Discovery, Bryan Fuller weighs in on the “lovely move of inclusivity.”
Why ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Is the Perfect Blockbuster For Right Now
Why ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Is the Perfect Blockbuster For Right Now
Why ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Is the Perfect Blockbuster For Right Now
The entire marketing campaign and dialogue around Star Trek Into Darkness — not to mention most of the runtime of the actual movie — was about the mysterious identity of its villain. Who was this guy Benedict Cumberbatch is playing? Was he an old character from an earlier movie? Could he be Khan? Oh, no, he’s “John Harrison.” Wait, who the hell is John Harrison? Why all the secrecy around a nobody named John Harrison? Are we sure he’s not Khan? No, J.J. Abrams insisted he wasn’t Khan and he wouldn’t straight-up lie to our whoops no never mind he straight-up lied, he’s Khan.

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