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Jul 23, 2021 · July 23, 2021 rayscherrer1990 Soundtrack Reviews, Star Trek alexander courage, ba'ku village, insurrection, jerry goldsmith, soundtrack review, Star Trek Composed by Jerry Goldsmith After witnessing a cinematic showdown with the Borg in First Contact , audiences were let down by Insurrection .
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- A Secret Son
- Who’s The Mom?
- Another Fake Son?
The entertainment site The Illuminerdi, which often publishes rumors about upcoming television shows and movies, claims that the third season of “Picard” will introduce a new recurring character, Picard’s son. The site didn’t include information about their sources, claiming that this was an exclusive. However, the details they included about the character are the kind of details that are commonly found on casting sheets. The Illuminerdi reported that “Picard’s” second season would deal with time travel months before the second trailer confirmed the suspicions aroused by the first teaser. So, it’s possible this rumor is credible as well. However, it’s nothing more than an unsubstantiated rumor right now.
Assuming the Illuminerdi’s character breakdown is accurate, there are a few women who could be Henry’s mother. The breakdown stated that Henry was in his “early twenties” at the time of Picard’s third season. Since the first season of “Picard”took place in 2399, the third season will likely take place within a few years of that date. Unless, of course, there’s a major time jump in the second or third season. If the third season takes place around 2400 or 2401, that would mean that Henry was probably born between 2375 and 2378. The events depicted in “Star Trek: First Contact” took place in 2373. The events depicted in “Star Trek: Insurrection” took place in 2375, right around the time when Henry might have been conceived. In “Insurrection,” Picard was romantically involved with a Ba’Ku woman named Anij. Their only onscreen liaisons happened during the mission. However, Picard told Anij before he left Ba’Ku that he had vacation time saved up and implied that he planned to use it to s...
Though Picard doesn’t have any children that he knows about, he did think that he had a son for a few days. In the seventh season episode “Bloodlines,” a Ferengi revealed that he’d tracked down Picard’s secret son and threatened to kill him. The Ferengi wanted to avenge his son’s death at the hands of Picard by murdering Picard’s son. The man the Ferengi claimed was Picard’s son, Jason Vigo, came aboard the Enterprise so the crew could protect him while they figured out what was going on. When Jason told Picard who his mother was, Picard admitted that the timing did make sense. Though Picard tried to connect him, Jason had no interest in forming a bond with him. DNA testing initially showed that Picard was Jason’s father. However, a closer look revealed that Jason’s DNA had been manipulated so it looked like he was Picard’s son, even though he wasn’t. If season three of “Picard” really is introducing Picard’s son, it could be another part of another elaborate ruse. Of course, this i...
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Jul 08, 2021 · Insurrection’s cast and crew are also involved in the new Star Trek Beyond movie, which is due out on June 12. While Johnson has already worked with Insurrection on Star Trek, the Insurgency crew will be working on the new movie as well, and Johnson says that they’re in the final stages of planning.
Jul 03, 2021 · The next installment in the TNG movie franchise came in 1998 with the release of “Star Trek: Insurrection,” which Frakes also directed. In the movie, ...
- Robin Zabiegalski
Jul 03, 2021 · The next installment in the TNG movie franchise came in 1998 with the release of “Star Trek: Insurrection,” which Frakes also directed. In the movie, Lieutenant Commander Data was part of a joint mission between the Federation and the Son’a, the purpose of which was to observe a species called the Ba’Ku.
Jul 02, 2021 · In 1998's "Star Trek: Insurrection," Murphy played a member of the Ba'ku race named Anij who happens to be more than 300 years old, living in a society that has basically found the fountain of youth.