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Published: Sun, July 17, 2016
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Star Trek: Beyond character basically IS Jennifer Lawrence


As the first film in the rebooted Star Trek franchise proved, time travel is something that occasionally happens, so that's not out of the realm of possibility. "This film will forever be the most special experience for all of us", said Urban. And Justin Lin (who is an extraordinary guy and a wonderful director and he did an unbelievable job on this), I think he was a Star Trek fan from the very, very beginning.

He said: "We had a great time working with each other, a lot of fun and I think we grew closer as a result and came to really appreciate each other's approach".

A new Star Trek Beyond character was inspired by Jennifer Lawrence, star Simon Pegg has revealed.

The team involved with Star Trek Beyond is now trying to work through the press tour for Star Trek Beyond while the cast and crew is also trying to work through their grief about Yelchin's sudden death.

- George Takei, taking to Facebook to clarify his views on the executive decision to make his iconic character Sulu gay in Star Trek: Beyond. "Just say 'I don't see James Bond as a black man.' I would respect that more than hiding behind some cowardly, stupid answer", Saldana said. Since they first filmed Star Trek in 2007, they've stuck together, and are able to celebrate their upcoming film - in style.

Takei says he is on board with gay Sulu, after the stars who now run the Star Trek franchise spent the past week being as gentle as a pair of gravity boots in their diplomatic disagreement.

Pine told the audience he hoped the new film celebrated both Yelchin and Leonard Nimoy, who passed away in February past year and made cameos in the previous two films as "Spock Prime" opposite Quinto as the younger Spock.

George, who is openly homosexual and an LGBT rights activist, previously said it was "unfortunate" his character was written as gay because it "twisted Gene Roddenberry's creation". When the ship dock at a space station located at the far end of the Federation's borders they are attacked by an unidentified villain, played by Idris Elba.

Star Trek Beyond is in cinemas on the 22nd of July, 2016.

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