Saturday, June 28, 2014

...BACK ON TRACK FOR JULY 4TH TRAILER RELEASE!

The studio officially released news today that they have received the verbal "go ahead" to release the highly anticipated Sneak Peek trailer. This after a "Cease Letter" was received, requesting a look at the trailer and the intended script for the first seven episodes. The official letter to clear the studio is expected to be received before the July 4th release date.

Some bigger news is that the studio is planning for a second and third trailer to be released in August and September prior to the series launch this winter!

The entire cast is said to be excited and ready to present its talents to the world-wide Internet audience, as MINOTAUR is expected to present an "alternative" production & presentation format to the entire Gene Roddenberry Star Trek Universe.

The studio CEO claims that the entire series was inspired after watching STOS; Episode 55 - Assignment: Earth [concerning the introduction of Gary Seven] and Episode 12 - The Menagerie.

Further updates and news concerning series production, production stills, and liner notes from cast members will be posted later this fall.

6 comments:

  1. Interstellar! I'm excited about this new look at your work, Dave.

    Lynn Hamilton
    Richmond, VA

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    1. Thanks, Lynn! Next time just email me. I don't want other Trekkie conspirators to think that only my friends post comments on my blog. ;-)
      [DRQ]

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  2. You're stabbing the knife in me and twisting with authority, you have me so pumped up!

    Leo Rashawn III
    Jackson, MS

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    1. If you only knew how many times I've watched the trailer at my house!...my kids are SO tired of listening to it over and over ^_^ Leo, you will not be disappointed with the trailer or series. [DRQ]

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  3. Hold on, is this a REAL Star Trek web series that isn't begging Trekkies for cash through Indiegogo kickstarters to help bring it to life?? - \\ Raises an eyebrow // - this sounds too good to be true. - Gilbert Maddox, Norfolk Va

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    1. Nope, we have not begged for cash or donations. A couple of weeks ago we released some photos of the Minotaur Bridge on the web and crap [drama] emails started to flood the studio about the cash "that must've" been used in its construction...then we were turned in by a Trekkie. [DRQ]

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