50 seconds of Star Trek Discovery: show a lot, say little

The American film studio Paramount has released a small glimpse into the evolution of the Star Trek universe on the occasion of Comic Con, which is currently taking place in New York. Dark, technical atmosphere, shredded dialogue, meaningful faces, fast flights in dusty desert air, explosions, guns drawn, an oriental atmosphere and a milk chocolate Rubik’s Cube.

A firework of impressions, as usual in teasers, with which film studios dare to excite their audience without revealing too much at the same time. This is about the fifth season of Star Discovery, one of the youngest offshoots of the space utopia conceived by Gene Roddenberry in the 1960s. After the few words heard in the trailer, protagonist Michael Burnham embarks on a quest for the greatest treasure in the known universe.

It is not yet clear when the fifth “Discovery” season will start in Germany. It will likely be featured on its own streaming platform Paramount+, which will launch on the web in December in this country. Another Star Trek offshoot is already planned for them, called “Strange New Worlds”, in which a certain Captain Christopher Pike is supposed to lead the Enterprise.

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Another wild growth in the franchise universe called Star Trek has even sent a third trailer these days. Veteran Jean-Luc Picard wants to fly through space again in a third season, solve problems and needs a spaceship for that. In keeping with the great age of the people who fell in love with the philosophers in the captain’s chair in the 1980s, this trailer is much calmer and shows some familiar faces who have aged with it.

The newest and probably last season of “Star Trek: Picard” will be shown in the United States from mid-February. Also on Paramount+, which constantly strives to further surpass the complexity of the Star Wars world in the Disney+ competitive channel.


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