By James P. Hall and David M. PerryPublished June 19, 2018 9:55:22A new video gaming movie has debuted in theaters, which is the first time a video game has appeared in a movie.
Star Trek: The Next Generation’s video game was released in theaters on Thursday night.
It was directed by J.J. Abrams, who helmed the series for 25 years, but it was also the first video game to be released theatrically.
StarTrekMovie.com caught up with Abrams on Friday to discuss the film, its production and why he believes it will resonate with the moviegoing public.
Star Treks movie is an homage to the original series, but the movie has no connection to the series.
It’s about a group of people who are stranded on a space station and who, when they are rescued by the Enterprise crew, find themselves facing a lot of challenges, such as the fact that there is a new alien species on the station and it’s also a bit of a race war.
Abrams said it’s not a Star Trek movie that is about a race or a conflict or a race conflict, but rather a space battle and that’s the idea behind it.
What are your thoughts about the video game?
Abrams: It was one of the coolest things I’ve ever done.
It wasn’t that I was looking for a movie to make.
I just knew I had to make it.
When I made it, I felt like I was making a Star Wars movie, but with a Star Treks vibe.
I was very, very proud of it.
I mean, it’s so cool.
I got to play the game, I had a couple of people watch it, and they loved it.
They said it was so cool, but I didn’t feel like it was an action movie.
They loved the gameplay and the combat.
Abrams: I think there are a lot people who want to see Star Trek movies because they want to go to Star Trek conventions, and I guess that’s what I was trying to do, too.
I felt the need to make something like that, but at the same time, I just didn’t know what it was going to be.
Abrams was asked if he had any thoughts on the new video games coming out and he said, “Well, we’re going to wait and see.”
I hope they come out really well.
I think they’ll have a good time.