Star Trek: Discovery has a lot of good things going for it, and it looks like that might be a lot more than the first two installments did.
For starters, it stars an amazing ensemble, and the whole thing is being built around a new character who will hopefully have some interesting quirks.
But Discovery is also a lot darker than its predecessors, and some of the darker moments are pretty hard to watch.
The actors who play the new characters have a lot to learn, and I’m not sure they can keep it together without a little help from the director, Bryan Fuller.
Here’s what you need to know about the newest episodes of Star Trek.
Star Trek: The Next Generation cast, like all of the previous installments, was assembled in a studio in Los Angeles.
It’s the same building as Star Trek Into Darkness, and while it has a few differences in how the sets are constructed, the basic principle is the same.
The set is filled with a bunch of people who work in the same place.
They’re all wearing the same uniforms, and they’re all sitting in a small room together.
The only difference is that the room has been redesigned to be dark and spacious.
There are no big windows or open spaces to allow the actors to look around or interact with one another.
Fuller used a dark room to show what the crew of the Enterprise would be like, which is to say a dark, cramped space that looks like it’s going to be a mess when it gets to the Enterprise.
Fuller also used a different room in the episode to show some of his other actors.
They all have their own costumes and props, and each actor is wearing a different one.
This is also where Fuller showed the new character, the ship’s captain, Lt.
She’s got a long, silky-haired beard and long, dark, black hair.
She looks like she could be from a different Star Trek universe, but she’s from this one.
She also has a very dark voice.
Fuller did a really good job with her voice, and there’s something really fun about that.
I’m sure I’m going to have some fun watching her in this episode.
Fuller is known for making dark movies like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Martian, but I’m glad he’s taking a different approach here.
He’s also made a few movies that are dark in the past, and that’s a great idea.
In the case of Star Wars, I’m really looking forward to seeing what Fuller will do next.
He also showed the Enterprise’s captain.
It looked pretty empty in the trailer, but we’ve got some good footage from that episode.
I have to say, I thought the crew looked very pretty in that episode, especially when they’re sitting on a ship that’s full of people.
The Enterprise is a really well-rounded ship, and this is one of the few times I feel like the crew is more than just a handful of people on board.
Fuller really wanted the crew to be really connected and connected to one another, and he showed some of that in this one scene.
The camera doesn’t always get to the people, but the camera does get to Lt.
Worf, who’s the Enterprise captain.
We know he’s a warrior and a captain, and we’ve seen him do his best to be the face of the ship.
He makes sure everyone is happy, and you get a really strong sense of his personality.
I don’t know how much I’ll be watching Discovery, but there’s no denying that I’m definitely going to want to be on set when Fuller does something like this again.
Star Wars: Episode VIII, which opens this weekend, will be a bit different from the first three Star Trek films.
It stars a lot less characters from the original trilogy, and more of a group of rebels who all go off on different adventures.
There will be no big, dark ships, but a few new things are going on.
We’re seeing the crew for the first time in a lot longer than the original films.
In this episode, we see the rebels and their new leader, Ezra Bridger, and a whole lot of the old characters return to the Star Wars universe.
We also get to see some new characters like the smuggler Ahsoka Tano, who was introduced in The Force Unleashed, but now plays a major role in the story.
I’ll definitely be watching this one because I want to see what happens to the rest of the cast.
This will also be a little different than the last two Star Trek movies, which are a bit more about a group setting up a base of operations and trying to make it work, rather than just the central story.
There’s a lot going on in this movie, and with this new Star Trek, the stakes are even higher than the previous two.
I’ve never seen anything like this.
There is a lot that goes into this movie that I haven