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Disney Acquires Star Trek Rights Plans Star Wars vs Star Trek Trilogy

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It seems like Disney grows their own money trees as they continue to purchase fan favorite franchises. Now owning Marvel and Star Wars, Disney has just acquired the rights to Star Trek in a bold move. Given that J.J. Abrams has already directed the latest Star Trek films and is currently working on Star Wars, Disney felt it made sense to move forward with a collaborative project. Their plan is to release a trilogy of films that intertwine the Star Trek and Star Wars universe and put the Federation up against the Empire.

 

“We are excited to have finally acquired the rights to Star Trek. After recently acquiring the rights to Star Wars, we feel that we should reignite the ‘fanboy’ debate of which universe is better. We will be releasing three films surrounded around the idea of the Federation venturing into familiar Star Wars territory. We’re very excited!”

 

Spock and Kirk against Vader?!?!

Spock and Kirk against Vader?!?!

What kind of plot could possibly do both films justice? Will there be a victor or will it result in a tie? These are all questions that many of us and many hardcore fanboys will be asking until the day this trilogy releases. I do have faith that Abrams will do both franchises justice and honor them both in his own way but the controversy surrounding these films is going to be extremely high. Oh and one more thing…April Fools.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006144240777 Shelley Youngren

    I wouldn’t trust anybody but JJ Abrams to do both movies justice. The Star Trek movies he has done are phenomenal.I was over Star Wars when they first produced the huge series, but I think that’s the whole point to generate new interest with this exciting collaboration. You go J.J.!

  • http://www.cerencevre.com/1-cevre-izni-alt.html Cevre Izni

    That’s very funny.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005359864970 Michel Monaco

    Little “terrifying” at first, but funny at the end :P

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000609420422 Pete Arballo

    April Fools! I almost fell for it!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1295115520 Doc Farmer

    You KNOW it’ll end up like this…

    pic.twitter.com/0YTxEjy5Y1

  • MIke

    yeah right .. bad reporting when u dont quote a source.. really not funny

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003211005836 Esska Utfar

    Ha, ha, ha. Come back when you have something amusing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000030528556 Carl Horton

    Nice try *cough* April 1st *cough*

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1559560919 Mac FireEagle

    VincentKosmos, dillo che ci sei tu dietro l’acquisto,,,,,

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