He didn't bring Star Trek back. He made an action movie using the same names and similar props.
Trekkies don't consider it cannon.
Like us old school Star Wars guys don't consider that godawful EU-destroying cartoon to be cannon.
i think that's a wee bit harsh and i completely understand ur loyalty to the original franchise because i am too but i guess i'm a wee bit willing to give new content a chance so i'm kinda looking forward to it
As a Trekker who's watched every episode and every movie of every series time and time again, I'm perfectly fine with the new movie, and I consider it canon. But to each their own I suppose.
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Now,iam for sure NOT going to see this...
Dhampy said it best...Twice.
Ontopic: Seems like a wait a see if the screw fits or breaks the socket.
While the new Star Trek film may not have been considered "cannon", it was still enjoyable to watch in my opinion. While these new Star Wars films might be the same case, and may not be considered "cannon", if they are still enjoyable to watch, than I will still like the films, but just not as much as if they actually continued the saga correctly.
Not gonna be too many new faces, apparently.
Except they're gonna kill Han. It was Harrison Ford's condition.
Which they can't do, since he's still alive deep into the EU.