Picard ‘Season 2 – TrekMovie.com


the Star Trek: Picard the finale is a little over a week behind us, but the show is still making news and we have put together all the latest songs in this Picard summary for the first week of April.

Stewart doesn’t want to see the pandemic-influenced season two script

Sir Patrick Stewart spoke with the CBC this week and the interview focused on current issues and how they were dealt with Star Trek: Picard. The show’s star explained that dealing with the problems of the day was a long-standing tradition of Star Trek and believed that the first season of Picard was able to “reflect our times” by showing the example of the situation of Romulan refugees. But when asked if he thought the current global pandemic crisis should be the basis for a season two scenario, Stewart (who is also an executive producer) explained why he thought it was a bad idea :

I would not encourage that. It is a troubling, frightening and sad time for many thousands of people. I would feel uncomfortable if we were to make it a theme of the second season of[[[[Star Trek: Picard]. It is too sensitive, too upsetting, too frightening, than some of the other issues that we have dealt with, which are much more political in nature.

Goldsman’s Coronavirus Journal for Picard

Although it is not likely to end up on the Picard Executive producer Akiva Goldsman has thought about how Admiral Picard will cope with the pandemic. In this week’s report on Vulture, a number of producers and screenwriters were asked to come up with ideas for “If I wrote an episode of cornonovirus,” and this is what Goldsman proposed for Picard:

“Admiral’s diary. The quarantine extends. Critical systems continue to fail. And although many of us are used to long periods of isolation, the ban on physical contact, not to mention our inability to leave the ship, is starting to wear out even on the most seasoned members of the crew. Remote communication is flourishing – I still remember that there is no substitute for a direct look or the comfort of a friendly touch. I am emboldened by the resilience of the crew. Despite the difficulties, they continue to work in their stations; productivity and routine can be a great balm on fear. And fear they will, how else could they? The threat we face is real and has no immediate end in sight. But that doesn’t make it endless. On the contrary, this period of darkness will end, as surely as it began. The fear will disappear in the memory. We will survive, stronger, perhaps more aware of the deep bonds that we have always shared. And the time will come when we will right this ship and sail together into the future, this brilliant stranger. “

Jean Luc Picard does not make a social distancing in season 1 “Absolute Candor”

Cast reacts to season finale

During the week, CBS released a series of video clips showcasing Picard The actors talk about their reactions to the dramatic events of the first season finale.

Picard needs conceptual artists

Director Hanelle Culpepper directed the first three episodes of Star Trek: Picard and in a new interview with Newsweek, she talks about the challenges of launching a new Trek show. During the discussion on the design of the Daystrom Institute (seen for the first Picard), she revealed that the show was missed and may need help.

I worked with the screenwriter and the art department to develop the visual effects and concept art part. So, once we found our location for the Daystrom Institute, the art department came up with some ideas on how this building could then fit into the bigger picture. A quick note for fans: there is actually a shortage of conceptual artists. If someone likes to draw and wants to get into science fiction, there is work to be done. It was probably one of our biggest challenges Picard, was to find the right conceptual artists.

The Daystrom Institute seen in the premiere of the Picard series

Assessing Picard’s science

The web series Science vs Cinema took a look at Star Trek: Picard, talk to stars and executive producers to stay true to science. The episode also features leading experts discussing scientific topics on the show, including supernovas, winemaking, the lighting of the atmosphere of Mars, and quantum consciousness.

Picard your meeting Zoom

One last thing to help people who use the popular Zoom app for remote meetings via video conference. CBS has released a few Picard you can use to beam in your next meeting from 2399. (They also Star Trek: discovery backgrounds.)

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