Happy First Contact Day, that Trekkie holiday year marks a moment of reflection when philanthropist Roy Orbison’s Zefram Cochrane made his critical Warp 1 flight aboard the rocket ship Phoenix to begin the first contact Meeting with the Vulcan people near Boseman, Montana. And what better way to celebrate than the new Star Trek First Contact coffee table just released by Titan Books.
That important day in the “Star Trek” lore, April 5, 2063, became a turning point for all Humans in connecting the world in ways that were impossible, before this meeting in unexpectedly, arguing that good alien life cannot be found elsewhere. .
These momentous moments are highlighted in the 1996 film “Star Trek: First Contact,” one of the best writers on Hollywood’s list of 43 -year -old Trek movies – you can see them all in action. we guide the Star Trek movies in the setting.
We are big fans of First Contact, even though we ranked third on our Star Trek movie list. More than any other film from the TNG era, it shows a deep love for Star Trek lore and a kind of appreciation for the direction of Jonathan Frakes, as well as Commander William Riker.
Last year marked “First Contact’s” 25th anniversary, and in honor of the famous sci-fi flick Jonathan Frakes featuring time travel, the goofy bar dance, the Cochrane-turned nuclear ICBM missile, and the sultry Borg Queen grafting real skin on Data’s synthetic arm, Titan Books in London is releasing a new coffee-table showcasing how the film works.
Coming July 19, 2022, “Star Trek: First Contact: The Making of the Classic Film” is a 160-page deluxe edition written by Hollywood SFX veteran and longtime Cinefex writer Joe Fordham. It’s interesting behind the scenes to look at each aspect of the film’s development, the film in the setting, and the post -production process.
Inside, fans will be treated to anonymous photographs, aerial photographs, costume designs, storyboards, and illustrations donated to the $ 146 million finished product. have a world box.
Packed with unreleased archives, animated cartoons, imaginative illustrations, and action plans, this lovely “Star Trek: First Contact” tutorial includes several interviews. independent with the actors and crew of the blockbuster, including Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Alice Krige, Rick Berman, Brannon Braga, Ronald D. Moore, Marina Sirtis, Herman Zimmerman, and Michael Westmore.
Titan Books ’“ Star Trek: First Contact: The Making of the Classic Film ”lands in bookstores and major online stores on July 19, 2022. The book is available for first order now.
If you want to catch Star Trek: First Contact to see how it gets stuck, you can check it out (and other Trek -related features) on Paramount Plus.