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Capitan Jean-Luc Picard promoted to knight

Postby mrbluehair » Wed Jun 02, 2010 1:01 pm

Great honor has been bestowed to Patrick Stewart as he was recently knighted by the Queen Of England. Fitting for him to join the company of past thespians who have been given the honor.

I always seem to like his characters no matter what he plays so kudos to him.
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Postby MekaGojira3k » Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:28 am

They finally made it so.
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Postby Dr Kain » Thu Jun 03, 2010 2:11 pm

In all honesty, I don't see the point of this. A thousand years ago it mattered, but in this day and age, it is just stupid. Being knighted means nothing, all it does it allow some people to put a "sir" before your name if they so desire.

Secondly, wouldn't this mean he was demoted given how many times he has been king? :D
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Postby jellydonut25 » Thu Jun 03, 2010 2:20 pm

Dude, being knighted most CERTAINLY is still a big deal.
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Postby MekaGojira3k » Thu Jun 03, 2010 2:26 pm

jellydonut25 wrote:Dude, being knighted most CERTAINLY is still a big deal.


Even if it weren't. It's Patrick Stewart....he's a big deal.
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Postby Dr Kain » Fri Jun 04, 2010 11:02 am

jellydonut25 wrote:Dude, being knighted most CERTAINLY is still a big deal.


How so?
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Postby jellydonut25 » Fri Jun 04, 2010 11:38 am

Dr Kain wrote:
jellydonut25 wrote:Dude, being knighted most CERTAINLY is still a big deal.


How so?
Modern-day knighting is actually the oldest form of knighting in the British empire. So, while you may think "Oh, 'knighting' maybe back when Lords and Ladies ruled the land and serfs were running about and clans were warring and you needed knights to lead an army" in actuality, the form of knighthood that gets bestowed upon a man in today's world has been around since the early 1200s, and has NEVER been associated with anything martial at all, rather it has always been associated with deeds of public service.

It's closest counterpart in the US would be something along the lines of the Congressional Gold or Silver Medals...it's a big deal, you're being specifically recognized by the head of YOUR COUNTRY as an outstanding individual that has done a great deal in the service of YOUR COUNTRY...like I said, it'd be like the President giving YOU an award...
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Postby metal_bryan » Fri Jun 04, 2010 4:14 pm

jellydonut25 wrote:
Dr Kain wrote:
jellydonut25 wrote:Dude, being knighted most CERTAINLY is still a big deal.


How so?
Modern-day knighting is actually the oldest form of knighting in the British empire. So, while you may think "Oh, 'knighting' maybe back when Lords and Ladies ruled the land and serfs were running about and clans were warring and you needed knights to lead an army" in actuality, the form of knighthood that gets bestowed upon a man in today's world has been around since the early 1200s, and has NEVER been associated with anything martial at all, rather it has always been associated with deeds of public service.

It's closest counterpart in the US would be something along the lines of the Congressional Gold or Silver Medals...it's a big deal, you're being specifically recognized by the head of YOUR COUNTRY as an outstanding individual that has done a great deal in the service of YOUR COUNTRY...like I said, it'd be like the President giving YOU an award...


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Re: Capitan Jean-Luc Picard

Postby mr.negativity » Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:28 pm

THR AUGUST 04, 2018:
Patrick Stewart to Reprise 'Star Trek' Role in New CBS All Access Series
Lesley Goldberg wrote:Patrick Stewart is boldly going where he has been before.

As has been rumored for months, the actor has officially signed on to star in a new Star Trek series for CBS All Access in which he will reprise his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard. The new series will not be a reboot of The Next Generation, but instead is being described as an exploration of the next chapter of Picard's life. Additional details about the new series, including its title, episode count or a premiere date, are being kept under wraps. The creative team for the newest Star Trek series includes Alex Kurtzman, who serves as showrunner on CBS All Access' Discovery and whose recent overall deal with CBS Television Studios included marching orders to expand the beloved and global franchise.

"With overwhelming joy, it’s a privilege to welcome Sir Patrick Stewart back to the Star Trek fold. For over 20 years, fans have hoped for the return of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and that day is finally here. We can’t wait to forge new ground, surprise people, and honor generations both new and old," said Kurtzman, who leads a creative team that also includes James Duff (The Closer, Major Crimes), Akiva Goldsman (Discovery), Michael Chabon (the John Carter writer who is also penning one of the recently announced Star Trek: Discovery shorts) and Kirsten Beyer (Discovery).

Stewart confirmed his return to the franchise Saturday at a Star Trek convention in Las Vegas, where he made a surprise appearance onstage. (Watch him make the announcement, below.)

"I will always be very proud to have been a part of Star Trek: The Next Generation, but when we wrapped that final movie in the spring of 2002, I truly felt my time with Star Trek had run its natural course," said Stewart, who will also executive produce the new series. "It is, therefore, an unexpected but delightful surprise to find myself excited and invigorated to be returning to Jean-Luc Picard and to explore new dimensions within him. Seeking out new life for him, when I thought that life was over. During these past years, it has been humbling to hear many stories about how The Next Generation brought people comfort, saw them through difficult periods in their lives or how the example of Jean-Luc inspired so many to follow in his footsteps, pursuing science, exploration and leadership. I feel I'm ready to return to him for the same reason — to research and experience what comforting and reforming light he might shine on these often very dark times. I look forward to working with our brilliant creative team as we endeavor to bring a fresh, unexpected and pertinent story to life once more."

Star Trek: The Next Generation ran for seven seasons and more than 170 episodes, earning 19 Emmys and a Peabody Award. Stewart would go on to star in a number of Star Trek features, including 1998's Star Trek: Insurrection and 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis, as Picard.

Joining Stewart as exec producers on the new untitled Star Trek series are Kurtzman; Duff; Goldsman; Chabon; Kurtzman's Secret Hideout president Heather Kadin; Rod Roddenberry, son of late Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry and CEO of Roddenberry Entertainment; and Trevor Roth.

The Stewart-led series marks the third new Star Trek effort on CBS' SVOD platform All Access, joining Discovery and the shortform spinoff Short Treks. The latter is a four-episode series with each installment running 10-15 minutes that offers deeper explorations of the characters and themes from Discovery and the expanding Star Trek universe. The series will launch in the fall and roll out monthly, helping to keep awareness of Discovery high before its return in January 2019.

For his part, Kurtzman was tapped to spearhead development of what would become Discovery. He is now the series' third showrunner after it parted ways with Bryan Fuller (following creative differences) and Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts (following leadership and operational issues). Days after The Hollywood Reporter broke the news of Kurtzman's promotion to showrunner, he signed a new $25 million overall deal with producers CBS Television Studios that included expanding the Star Trek world.

Stewart is repped by ICM Partners, Anonymous Content and Ziffren Brittenham.
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Postby mr.negativity » Tue Sep 25, 2018 7:18 pm

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Postby XvGojira » Sat Sep 29, 2018 1:31 am

mr.negativity wrote:Screen Rant:
James McAvoy Offers to Play Young Picard for Patrick Stewart


Why not Tom Hardy?
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Re: Capitan Jean-Luc Picard promoted to knight

Postby The Shadow » Sat Sep 29, 2018 12:55 pm

XvGojira wrote:
mr.negativity wrote:Screen Rant:
James McAvoy Offers to Play Young Picard for Patrick Stewart


Why not Tom Hardy?


McAvoy has been playing Charles Xavier since X-Men: First Class
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Re: Capitan Jean-Luc Picard promoted to knight

Postby XvGojira » Sun Sep 30, 2018 3:14 am

The Shadow wrote:
XvGojira wrote:
mr.negativity wrote:Screen Rant:
James McAvoy Offers to Play Young Picard for Patrick Stewart


Why not Tom Hardy?


McAvoy has been playing Charles Xavier since X-Men: First Class


And Hardy was a Romulan clone of Picard.

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Postby mr.negativity » Sat Nov 10, 2018 11:48 am

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Wait, what? Michael Chabon Is Working On The Jean-Luc Picard Show?
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Re: 'Star Trek: The Chronicles of Picard'

Postby mr.negativity » Tue Jan 08, 2019 8:26 pm

THR JANUARY 08, 2019:
'Star Trek' Boss: Picard Leads "Radically Altered" Life in CBS All Access Series
Aaron Couch & Lesley Goldberg wrote:What is the next chapter in the life of Jean-Luc Picard?

That's the question Star Trek diehards have been asking since August, when Patrick Stewart officially boarded an untitled CBS All Access series that will see him play Picard for the first time since 2002's Star Trek: Nemesis. Little is known about the plot of series, which has been described as an exploration of the next chapter of Picard's life. Fans have speculated that it will find him serving as an ambassador, just as Leonard Nimoy's Spock did in the later years of his life.

Now, Trek captain Alex Kurtzman is pulling back the curtain on the series revealing that a cataclysmic event depicted in J.J. Abrams' 2009 Star Trek movie impacted Picard in a big way. In that film, written by Kurtzman and former producing partner Roberto Orci, it was revealed that Nimoy's Spock failed to save the Romulan homeworld Romulus from a supernova several years after the events of Nemesis.

Now, Kurtzman — as part of a Creative Space interview with The Hollywood Reporter (posting Wednesday) — is ready to reveal one massive clue about the premise of his CBS All Access Picard series, due in late 2019: "Picard's life was radically altered by the dissolution of the Romulan Empire," Kurtzman tells THR.

The Picard series will be the first onscreen Trek story set in the aftermath of that event, which would have altered the balance of power in the galaxy. The destruction of Romulus would also have extra resonance for Picard, who has a long and complicated relationship with the Romulans, the alien race that split from Vulcan society thousands of years ago and founded a separate civilization. The Romulans went on to control a portion of the galaxy, and the empire was in opposition to the Federation for all of Picard's career.

One of his goals as captain of the Enterprise was seeking a peace between the Romulan Empire and the Federation. Picard teamed with Spock during the events of the Next Generation two-part story "Unification," in which they learned that Romulans claiming to seek a peaceful reunification with the Vulcans were actually planning a secret takeover. And in the events of Nemesis, Picard faced off with a clone of himself (Tom Hardy) created by the Romulans.

Kurtzman says Stewart agreed to return only if he could defy what people are used to seeing with Trek. "He threw down an amazing gauntlet and said, 'If we do this, I want it to be so different, I want it to be both what people remember but also not what they're expecting at all, otherwise why do it?' " Kurtzman recalls of their initial discussions for what would become the highly anticipated CBS All Access series.

That was part of a long journey to woo Stewart back to the role that began more than a year ago.

Fans have a long-running debate about who the greatest Trek captain is. Although Kurtzman wrote two films centering on Captain Kirk (2009's Star Trek and 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness), he'd always considered Picard the greatest. So when he made a wish list of things he could do to build out All Access' Trek universe, bringing Stewart back as Picard was high on his list.

The only problem: Stewart was rumored to be uninterested in revisiting Picard, whom he played for seven seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation from 1987-94 and in four feature films. Kurtzman wasn't sure the response he'd get when he called Stewart's agent and asked for a meeting.

"To our amazement and delight, the agent called back and said he was curious to know what we had in mind," Kurtzman says.

Kurtzman, along with then-Star Trek: Discovery producer Akiva Goldsman and writer Kirsten Beyer met with the Stewart to pitch their vision.

"What we tried to convey in that meeting was how desperately we loved him and the character and how much we wanted to see what happened to Picard," says Kurtzman.

Stewart asked them to prepare a three-page document outlining their ideas. By this point, novelist and screenwriter Michael Chabon had joined the team to pitch a Picard-centric show, and they soon realized they could not fit their ideas into just three pages.

"It turned into a 34-page document — with no way to shorten it," says Kurtzman. "We were going on all in and he was going to read it or not read it, love it or hate it. It was our best attempt at trying to get him to say yes."

Fortunately, Stewart liked what he read. Kurtzman got the call that Stewart would be in Los Angeles during Oscars weekend and wanted to meet.

"He walked into the room and he had a huge smile on his face and said, 'This is wonderful,' " recalls Kurtzman of that March 2018 meeting. What he understood at that point … was that he was with people who desperately wanted to collaborate with him; that we weren't trying to exploit him. He knew if he was going to go back to Picard, it needed to be for the greatest reason ever."

The Picard series is just one in Kurtzman's Trek empire. It will join the flagship series Star Trek Discovery, as well as Lower Decks, the upcoming half-hour animated comedy from Mike McMahan (Rick and Morty), and the shortform entry Short Treks. Other shows in development include a second kids-focused animated series (that may live outside of CBS All Access), a Discovery spinoff starring Michelle Yeoh and younger-skewing Starfleet Academy from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (The O.C.).

For Trek fans, part of the draw of the upcoming Picard show is not only seeing Stewart back, but the possibility that members of his old crew might stop by for a cameo. Is that on the table?

"Anything could happen," Kurzman says.
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Re: 'Star Trek: The Chronicles of Picard'

Postby mr.negativity » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:38 am

The Warp January 30, 2019:
‘Picard’ Will Be Set ’20-Plus Years’ After ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation,’ Alex Kurtzman Says
Tim Baysinger wrote:When CBS All Access debuts its upcoming Jean-Luc Picard “Star Trek” series later this year, viewers may have a hard time recognizing Patrick Stewart’s former U.S.S. Enterprise captain.

“It’s been 20-plus years, so he couldn’t possibly be that same person anymore,” Alex Kurtzman, who is shepherding CBS All Access’s burgeoning “Star Trek” universe, told reporters during the television critics association press tour on Wednesday.

“The question becomes: What has happened to him in that period of time? Have there been occurrences that force him to reckon with choices that he’s made in his life?” he continued. “How do you hold on to to being the person that everybody loved, when the circumstances around you may have changed so radically? Those are the big questions that we’re asking.”

Stewart carved out his place in “Star Trek” history while playing Picard for seven seasons on “The Next Generation,” as well as in four movies. Last September, Stewart tweeted a picture revealing the writers’ room for the upcoming CBS All Access “Star Trek” series featuring his return to his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard had broken ground.

“As we’re breaking story we’re asking ourselves how do we live to the spirit and to character and to the tone that ‘Next Generation’ set to some degree, but also make it something very, very different,” Kurtzman continued. “Patrick was really clear with us from the beginning he did not want to repeat what had already been done.”

Specific details on the upcoming series have been few and far between, and though Kurtzman was fairly tight-lipped about what to expect when the show — which is still without a title — premieres at the end of 2019, he opened the door ever so slightly into what viewers can expect.

For starters: Picard’s storyline will incorporate the destruction of Romulus, which was referenced in J.J. Abrams’ 2009 film “Star Trek,” an event that eventually leads to the alternate timeline that the most recent films exist in. Though Kurtzman would not divulge how this plays into what Picard is up to. The series will also represent the furthest into the future that any “Star Trek” film or TV show has ever explored, picking up Picard more than 20 years after the end of “Next Generation,” though Kurtzman said they’re not going to get carried away with too much futurism.

“No matter what choices we’re making about portraying the future, it has to feel grounded,” he continued. “The easy thing to do is come up with crazy floating skyscrapers and the clichés of science fiction. We’ve tried to avoid that across the board.”
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Yahoo January 30, 2019:
Patrick Stewart teases return of Jean-Luc Picard, says new 'Star Trek' series 'is a 10-hour movie'
Ethan Alter wrote:After seven seasons and four movies captaining the good ship Enterprise as Jean-Luc Picard, Patrick Stewart officially stepped down from Starfleet following the release of 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis. At that time, he had no intention of ever requesting a cup of “Earl Grey, hot” from a shipboard computer ever again. “Although I loved being Picard … I had not realized that there would be a downside to that,” he confessed to Yahoo Entertainment. (Watch our video interview above.)

That downside was convincing the film industry that he could play something other than a starship captain. Never mind that Stewart’s pre-Next Generation stage and screen credits ran the gamut from Shakespeare to Frank Herbert; whenever he met with directors, they only saw Picard. And so he made the difficult decision to permanently retire his alter ego, turning down all entreaties to put on the Starfleet uniform again with a firm, “I’m done.”

Not anymore, he’s not. Last August, Stewart shocked the world by announcing that Picard will make his return in an all-new Star Trek series for CBS All-Access. “It is an unexpected but delightful surprise to find myself excited and invigorated to be returning to Jean-Luc Picard,” he wrote in his Twitter statement.

Stewart elaborated on why he’s ready to boldly go back to Star Trek in our interview. “I agreed to a meeting with the people who were going to produce this new version of Star Trek only because I wanted to seriously and respectfully explain to them why I was turning the project down. I heard just enough to realize this was something very unusual, and I was intrigued. What I was afraid of was … this was going to be jokey, and I didn’t want to do that.’ I asked a lot of questions and the answers were all very satisfying.”

Naturally, Stewart declined to share any of those answers with us. But he did reveal a few tantalizing details. For starters, this new series will tell one long tale instead of Next Generation‘s episodic structure. “They are writing a 10-hour movie,” the actor says, referring to the writers’ room headed up by Discovery showrunner, Alex Kurtzman. Earlier this year, Kurtzman shared that the still-untitled Picard series will take place after the destruction of the Romulan Empire, an event that throws Picard’s life into turmoil. And that turmoil may take more than 10 episodes to resolve. “We’re hoping for more than one season,” Stewart volunteered.

Stewart also says that audiences shouldn’t expect the older Picard to be sporting a grey beard as he does in the TNG series finale, “All Good Things.” That episode — which celebrates its 25th anniversary in May — memorably bounced between timelines, depicting Jean-Luc in the past, present and future. “I remember vividly those scenes [in the future],” Stewart says now. “I grew a beard and they made me up. I looked older than I will in the upcoming series!”


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Midnight's Edge:
Alex Kurtzmann Fired? Star Trek Picard, Discovery & Tarantino Updates
There have recently been a flurry of rumors emanating from the production of the upcoming Star Trek series, Picard; ranging from poor testscreenings to Alex Kurtzmann being fired. On top of that, news about a Star Trek movie helmed by Quention Tarantino have again started making the rounds.

In this video, we will cut through the noise, and go through the background for and the veracity of the rumors surrounding Alex Kurtman being fired, the relationship between CBS, Amazon, and Netflix and its influence on the third season of Discovery, the alleged Picard testscreenings, and finally, the current state of Quention Tarantino’s Star Trek.
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Postby O.Supreme » Mon Jul 22, 2019 8:24 pm

Moving forward in the original timeline. What a novel idea! I wish more franchises would do this. Definitely has me interested in Trek for the first time in almost a decade.
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Postby XvGojira » Tue Jul 23, 2019 12:37 am

I'm sure this is going to be like a lot of modern TV and just be a whole season arc series, but god I hope Q pops up in an episode.
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