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Friday, 8 May 2009

Simon Pegg talks about Star Trek

· We talk about Scotty’s origin and where he was born and what accent he used

· How does it feel to be a part of the Star Trek franchise – he talks about the premiere at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood and what it means to him

· He talks about his love of Star Wars and how it’s changed after the prequels

· Was there ever any hesitation about taking the part

· When he delivered a famous line, did he notice more people on set watching him

· Filming at the Budweiser plant

· The new engine room of the Enterprise

· Simon talks about all the references from the original series

· Easter eggs talk

· Deleted scenes

· Is he surprised at how great it turned out

· What did he do to prepare for the role

· James Doohan’s son is in the movie. Simon tells you where to look

Source: Collider

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The Russian said...

Awwww, maaaaan! Really liked the film, thought that it was rather good overall - decent plot, good acting, an abundance of visual delights and an excellent choice in the casting ... except for blighty-born Pegg! As much as i admire his work (Spaced is still one of my all-time favourite progs) his range is very limited - the man's a comedic actor, it's what he does best, but this film isn't a comedy. As soon as he appears on screen you're waiting for the punchline and he was (unfortunately) given a few lines dedicated for exactly that purpose - cheesy and slightly parodic quips that just felt out of kilter with the rest of the film. Alas, poor ol' Simon detracts from an otherwise quality movie (though there are one or two other minor niggles!) with his 'funniest' deliverance in attempting a Scottish accent. Hmmm...
Incidentally, Bones is absolutely spot on!