Star Trek's Movie Future is in Doubt - SJU

  • Published on: 09 January 2019
  • Our SJU panel talks about the future of Star Trek 4 and the movie franchise in general, plus more from the world on screen! - it's SJ Universe

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    Star Trek's Future is in Doubt - SJU

    Hosted by Roth Cornet, Dan Murrell, & Joe Starr
    Featuring Billy Business & Ed Greer

    Produced by Billy Patterson
    Tech Director: Josh "JTE" Tapia
    Assistant Editor: Emin Bassavand
  • Runtime : 44:18
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  • Fandom Entertainment
    Fandom Entertainment   2 years ago

    Let us know what you'd like to see for future Star Trek movies and the franchise as a whole. Plus give us YOUR criteria for what makes a movie British enough in the comments below and thanks for watching! GLASS Review (non-spoiler) goes up at 1:30 PM PST plus Movie Fights returns LIVE tomorrow at 4 PM PST!POOL RULES:One: Speak up and join the conversation- we encourage respectful debate.Two: Respect your community- racism, misogyny, homophobia and hate speech aren’t tolerated.Three: “Be nice.” – Dalton from Roadhouse

  • ShelbyBaby27
    ShelbyBaby27   2 years ago

    I'm a bit surprised by Dan and Roth's reaction considering how long they've both been working in the business. The Oscar rarely gets it right. That's why other awards shows aren't experiencing the rating dip that the Oscars has. This year in particular i'm more interested in the Independent Spirit Awards.

  • echozgus
    echozgus   2 years ago

    No more Kelvin line thats good for me, lets bring back the prime universe

  • Richard Frank
    Richard Frank   2 years ago

    I agree that Star Trek doesn't need to be rebooted. Either reinvent it like TNG did or let it go. This generation deserves its own version of "Star Trek", even if it's not "Star Trek" at all.

  • Kathy Clysm
    Kathy Clysm   2 years ago

    I am always happy when Ed is here <3 Welcome back!

  • Max Barrow
    Max Barrow   2 years ago

    All this award show coverage by the Screenjunkies has convinced me to probably never again watch an awards show again.

  • Gregory Breen
    Gregory Breen   2 years ago

    I agree 100% with Ed. Keep Trek on TV with interesting stories.

  • thegiantpaperpanda
    thegiantpaperpanda   2 years ago

    The dinner table scene in Hereditary ALONE deserves an Oscar nomination. Look it up and you'll see what I mean.

  • thegiantpaperpanda
    thegiantpaperpanda   2 years ago

    COMPLETELY AGREE about Toni Colette!! She was FANTASTIC in Hereditary. Regardless of what you think of the movie, her amazing performance is undeniable.

  • Ivaylo Kudinov
    Ivaylo Kudinov   2 years ago

    I love you guys, dont pay attention to the haters! Let them hate!

  • D.C. Galli
    D.C. Galli   2 years ago

    Way to go Dan for calling out the fallacy of awards !

  • Joe Terzi
    Joe Terzi   2 years ago

    I never understood the hate for into darkness. It’s an extremely fun space adventure. Sure the Khan reveal may have fell short, but the dynamics between pine and cumberbatch is great, kirks story of trying to own up to his actions and take responsibility. Idk seemed like a good film to me.

  • Faith Ann
    Faith Ann   2 years ago

    You've had 10 lifetimes Roth?

  • Sikhulile Khoza
    Sikhulile Khoza   2 years ago

    Pay It Forward was an emotional and wonderful piece of art

  • Jeff Nicholas
    Jeff Nicholas   2 years ago

    I wonder if the K-Pax Mob hangs outside Ed's Fat Palace trying to get in..?

  • Jul Marie
    Jul Marie   2 years ago

    Thank you for speaking up about the horror genre snubs for the Oscars. It's infuriating! #AnOscarforToni PLEASE!

  • Sir Mietz
    Sir Mietz   2 years ago

    I could see Tarantino doing a sort of Star Trek „prequel“ with Khan‘s origin story with Khan conquering the world Tarantino style (aka lots of blood) Could be interesting

  • William Erazo
    William Erazo   2 years ago

    Paramount don’t have a say in Star Trek tv

  • Adina Cooper
    Adina Cooper   2 years ago

    The Orville is where it's at! what I loved most about Star Trek growing up was table fact that the episodes made you see and think with new perspective. The Orville does this for me now with a bit of that good old Seth McFarland humor mixed in as well. you can tell they kept him on a "leash" during the writing process which has produced funny content that is still in the realm of maturity. I don't watch TV very much, maybe only a few hours a month and The Orville is definitely one of "make time for this" T.V. shows along with Grand Tour, The Good Place and Super Store.

  • Stablemable2
    Stablemable2   2 years ago

    If there is another reboot, Star Trek films should have a similar slow-burn style like in Blade Runner, as in the ST original series.But I always thought Benedict Cumberbatch should have been a new villain or even one of Khan's agents or lieutenants because, one reason is that Star Trek "Into Darkness" had a sub-plot relating to provoking a war with Klingons.....which is what fans were expecting Star Trek 3 (but that didnt happen).

  • JT McGee
    JT McGee   2 years ago

    LOL hardcore Pay it Forward fans... That was my mom. She had some questionable taste in movies sometimes.

  • Sammie
    Sammie   2 years ago

    Why is everyone being mean to all of you? You're all wonderful:)

  • Kristofer Sandlund
    Kristofer Sandlund   2 years ago

    One concern for waiting too long is that the new Star Trek did a fabulous job with casting, and that is hard to get right. I didn't care for the third movie's plot but the characters make me want to see a fourth. These actors are great!

  • AZbadfish
    AZbadfish   2 years ago

    I love how both Ed and Dan were drawing while Roth was talking about how you don't always hear everything everyone says.

  • Chad Kittleson
    Chad Kittleson   2 years ago

    I like these action adventure Star Trek movies. More Pine and Pegg.

  • Francisco Guimaraes
    Francisco Guimaraes   2 years ago

    Hi Roth (and everyone else), I just wanted to say that l love you guys and SJU is one of my favorite shows ever. I am from Brazil and I bet there's a huge international following that feels as I do. Keep up the great work.

  • Tom 42
    Tom 42   2 years ago

    Star Trek's problem is one company owns the TV rights and another owns the Movie rights.

  • Author B.L. Alley
    Author B.L. Alley   2 years ago

    Please stop referring to it as Star Trek 4. Star Trek IV is a delightful commentary on Humankind's carelessness. The next movie will be Star Trek 14.Joe made a good point. In their attempts to expand the audience they've actually made it harder for new people to jump in because even the creators of the movies and Discovery don't give a rat's ass how they fit into canon.They don't need to reboot, they need to abandon the Kelvin timeline and move forward in the Prime timeline by building off the Countdown comic with an entirely new cast and set of characters.Awards are a marketing gimmick creators use to massage their fragile egos. Just like books, movie awards go to whoever did the best job lobbying for that award. Unless every piece of creativity released in the specified time period is considered equally then the award means nothing. The best acting performance isn't the one where the actor pounds on a table while yelling the loudest, it's the performance where the actor most effectively disappears into the role so the audience only sees the character and becomes invested in that character's arc.

  • Mark C
    Mark C   2 years ago

    I would totally watch "William Shatner on a Horse Yelling Shakespeare" ... lol

  • Thamar
    Thamar   2 years ago

    With that hair and beard Odell Roby doesn't need any make-up to look like an alien

  • J Blando
    J Blando   2 years ago

    From a business perspective, Disney owning Hulu might not be so much of a protective shield as you guys think. Disney is known for cutting its losses, while Netflix not only has there Revenue stream but the stock price. Disney is also known for killing off product even if they are profittable, they did it with Disney Interactive Games and a few studios under that banner. Just food for thought.