And that’s not all they want...
Andy Hall More of the same as far as I’m concerned. Beyond was the best of the three movies so far.
Mark Penfold Simpson A tribute to Anton Yelchin at the start, perhaps with a memorial service to Chekov, maybe harking back to Spock’s funeral in Wrath Of Khan.
Scott James Make Karl Urban’s Bones front and centre again.
Medium Atomic Weight The entire movie set in the mirror universe, the ISS Enterprise leading the brutal Terran regime’s assault on the rest of the galaxy... Spock gets a goatee and glimpses a united, peaceful alternate reality: Star Trek: Man In The High Starbase.
Eleanor James Surely it’s time for the Trek movies to, at long last,
get a memorable female villain? How about a Klingon commander with a Christopher Plummer-like affinity for Shakespeare – Helen Mirren, perhaps?
Ziauddin Ahmed Khan Bring back the excitement of exploring deep space and getting to grips with a completely new civilisation.
Paul Adonis Rawlings Give us the Klingons and Romulans.
Meryl Vincenzo Harry Mudd played by Nick Frost – maybe have a Cornetto in the movie?
Gerry New The Guardian of Forever would be a great start... if they want to go down the path of correcting the timeline.
Keith Tudor No more “Sabotage” by the Beastie Boys. Simon Mitchell A storyline that leads to the creation of the Borg so they can go at it in a later film! Jonathan Mock Get rid of that new Enterprise at the end of the film. What were they thinking? Steve Farmer A clever time travel paradox mystery story. Derek Penn Whales and time travel is a must. Ashley Beeching Make it a bit more like Star Trek! Christopher Drewett More alien crew members.
Paul Mallon A good old fashioned space battle.
Carter Hall An erasure of the Abrams-verse. Fire all the current actors. Find writers and director with a hard science background.