Declaration” has been released and this is a beautiful fan film, once again it is all graphics and it is real good, it shines a light on Earth’s earliest vessels in the Star Trek universe.
Trekzone TV was launched and it allows people to just drop in at anytime and see things like the most recent Trekzone releases, past interviews and even the 2022 Trekzone Fan Film Awards in all its glory.
Matt Miller is currently reporting on the currently pending launch of a rocket in South Australia, the launch was delayed by a technical issue that required a rocket replacement.
Matt even made the ABC (Australian ABC) News website, pretty cool stuff as he gave his opinion on the Australian space program.
Prelude to Axanar has been re-released, it was upscaled to 4K and Axanar is ending the year with a flourish as live streams have increased this month compared to other months of the year.
The description of the fan film got some attention when Christian Gossett and Robert Meyer Burnett were not mentioned despite both having great resumes to fit alongside the mentioned.
Opinions are divided on whether Axanar will be made, I believe that it will be made unless Alec goes bankrupt, ends up in a cell or something bad happens.
Some people will think that Axanar is the best thing since sliced bread and that Alec Peters should be running Star Trek (people really do think that) and others will think it will a big let down and it will live alongside Duke Nukem Forever and the Guns n Roses album Chinese Democracy after their long development periods and disappointing outcomes.
That’s it for the news this week, stay tuned for the Christmas Eve edition of MTM Wrap.
Until next time, be good to each other.