Thursday, April 30, 2009

"Facts which I know about Star Trek and its casts"

"Facts which I know about Star Trek and its casts"

Cast



John Cho
Hikaru Sulu

Ben Cross
Sarek

Bruce Greenwood
Capt. Christopher Pike

Simon Pegg
Scotty

Chris Pine
James T. Kirk

Zachary Quinto
Spock

Winona Ryder
Amanda Grayson

Zoe Saldana
Nyota Uhura

Karl Urban
Dr. Leonard 'Bones' McCoy
Anton Yelchin
Pavel Chekov

Eric Bana
Nero

Leonard Nimoy
Old Spock


Kimberly Arland
Cadet Alien #1

Diora Baird
Orion slave girl

Majel Barrett
Enterprise Computer (voice) (as Majel Barrett-Roddenberry)
Matthew Beisner
Romulan Crew Member

Jimmy Bennett
Young Kirk

Michael Berry Jr.
Romulan Tactical Officer
Sufe Bradshaw
Cadet Alien #2 (as Sufe M. Bradshaw)

Mark Bramhall
Vulcan Elder

Jason Brooks
Romulan Helmsman
Billy Brown
Med Evac Pilot

Jeffrey Byron
Test Administrator

Jeff Castle
Kelvin Crew Member

Jeff Chase
Cadet Alien #3

Bob Clendenin
Shipyard Worker (as Robert Clendenin)

Clifton Collins Jr.
Ayel

Spencer Daniels
George Samuel Kirk Junior

Jonathan Dixon
Simulator Tactical Officer

Christopher Doohan
Starfleet Officer

Antonio Elias
Officer Pitts

Greg Ellis
Chief Engineer Olsen

Margot Farley
College Council Stenographer

Jeremy Fitzgerald
Iowa Cop
Amanda Foreman
Hannity

Marlene Forte
Chief Transporter
Akiva Goldsman
Vulcan Council Member

Tim Griffin
Kelvin Engineer

Tony Guma
Lew the Bartender
Charles Haugk
Enterprise Crew Member (as Charlie Haugk)

Chris Hemsworth
George Kirk

Lorenzo James Henrie
Vulcan Bully #1 (as James Henrie)

Sonita Henry
Kelvin Doctor

Nana Hill
Enterprise Crew Member

Ronald F. Hoiseck
3rd Vulcan Elder

Cody Klop
Vulcan Bully #3

Jacob Kogan
Adolescent Spock
Kasia Kowalczyk
Alnschloss K'Bentayr (as Katarzyna Kowalczyk)

Reggie Lee
Test Administrator

Pavel Lychnikoff
Romulan Commander (as Pasha Lychnikoff)

Marta Martin
Med Tech #2

Paul McGillion
Barracks Leader

Jennifer Morrison
Winona Kirk

Sabrina Morris
Enterprise Crew Member

Alex Nevil
Shuttle Officer


The character that Bruce Greenwood plays, Captain Christopher Pike, was the commanding officer of the USS Enterprise in the unaired original series pilot episode, "Star Trek: The Cage (#1.0)" (1966). In that episode, Pike was portrayed by Jeffrey Hunter. Initially, the episode was rejected but when a second pilot was ordered, Hunter dropped out of the series so the part was rewritten and recast with William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk. The footage from the unaired pilot was later woven into the episode "Star Trek: The Menagerie: Part 1 (#1.11)" (1966). In the mythology of Star Trek, Captain Pike is considered to be Captain Kirk's predecessor, a plot line to be (potentially) played out in the film. more
Goofs:
Anachronisms: The Enterprise is being showed constructed using "stick" welding. This is a type of welding used exclusively on low - grade steel only. Even in the 20th Century spacecraft were not made of steel, but aluminum, and other More exotic materials. And most certainly, any metal parts would not be joined by the use of stick welding. more
Quotes:
Nero: I've been waiting for this day my whole life... This day of reckoning.
[from trailer]
more

The character that Bruce Greenwood plays, Captain Christopher Pike, was the commanding officer of the USS Enterprise in the unaired original series pilot episode, "Star Trek: The Cage (#1.0)" (1966). In that episode, Pike was portrayed by Jeffrey Hunter. Initially, the episode was rejected but when a second pilot was ordered, Hunter dropped out of the series so the part was rewritten and recast with William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk. The footage from the unaired pilot was later woven into the episode "Star Trek: The Menagerie: Part 1 (#1.11)" (1966). In the mythology of Star Trek, Captain Pike is considered to be Captain Kirk's predecessor, a plot line to be (potentially) played out in the film. more
Goofs:
Anachronisms: The Enterprise is being showed constructed using "stick" welding. This is a type of welding used exclusively on low - grade steel only. Even in the 20th Century spacecraft were not made of steel, but aluminum, and other More exotic materials. And most certainly, any metal parts would not be joined by the use of stick welding. more
Quotes:
Nero: I've been waiting for this day my whole life... This day of reckoning.
[from trailer]
more
The character that Bruce Greenwood plays, Captain Christopher Pike, was the commanding officer of the USS Enterprise in the unaired original series pilot episode, "Star Trek: The Cage (#1.0)" (1966). In that episode, Pike was portrayed by Jeffrey Hunter. Initially, the episode was rejected but when a second pilot was ordered, Hunter dropped out of the series so the part was rewritten and recast with William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk. The footage from the unaired pilot was later woven into the episode "Star Trek: The Menagerie: Part 1 (#1.11)" (1966). In the mythology of Star Trek, Captain Pike is considered to be Captain Kirk's predecessor, a plot line to be (potentially) played out in the film. more
Goofs:
Anachronisms: The Enterprise is being showed constructed using "stick" welding. This is a type of welding used exclusively on low - grade steel only. Even in the 20th Century spacecraft were not made of steel, but aluminum, and other More exotic materials. And most certainly, any metal parts would not be joined by the use of stick welding. more
Quotes:
Nero: I've been waiting for this day my whole life... This day of reckoning.
[from trailer]
more

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