‘Wrath Of Khan’ Director Gives His Opinion On ‘Star Trek: Into Darkness’

Star Trek Wrath of Khan Into Darkness

Let’s breeze a time behind to around 2012-2013. Star Trek: Into Darkness is shortly to strike theaters, yet everybody has their eye on Benedict Cumberbatch’s puzzling new impression of “John Harrison.” And everyone, from J.J. Abrams to Simon Pegg to Alice Eve to Cumberbatch himself all insisted about one thing: Cumberbatch was not personification Khan, in a curtsy to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Right. And Marian Cotillard wasn’t personification Talia in The Dark Knight Rises, right?

Obviously, nothing of this was true. And Abrams has left on to bewail a privacy around that decision, not to discuss how many who reviewed Star Trek: Into Darkness found a array of similarities to Wrath of Khan. But what about a tangible chairman behind a camera who destined a film? Yes, Nicholas Meyer, who destined a second of a original Star Trek films, had a bit to contend when doing an speak with a YouTube channel Midnight’s Edge. He discussed several topics, such as his introduction to a Trek series.

But naturally, if they’re going to speak about Wrath of Khan, they’re going to speak about a film that drew impulse from it decades later. And here’s what Meyer had to contend about Star Trek: Into Darkness:

“It is, on a one hand, good to be so successful or dear or however we wish to report it that somebody wants to do an loyalty to what we did and we was flattered and touched. “But in my arrange of artistic worldview, if you’re going to do an loyalty we have to supplement something. You have to put another covering on it, and they didn’t.”

Meyer went on to call a “homage” some-more of a gimmick, that isn’t too distant off, given that instead of Kirk examination Spock make a sacrificial play to save others, during Into Darkness we had Spock watch Kirk die in sequence to save a Enterprise, all compounded with Zachary Quinto giving us his take on a barbarous “Khan” roar done famous by William Shatner in Wrath of Khan:

“Just by putting a same difference in opposite characters’ mouths didn’t supplement adult to anything, and if we have someone failing in one stage and arrange of being resurrected immediately after there’s no genuine play going on. It only becomes a gimmick or gimmicky, and that’s what we found it to be ultimately. This is only one person’s opinion, mine…but we found it some-more crafty than satisfying”

You can watch a speak with Nicholas Meyer in a video next and hear him address Star Trek: Into Darkness at a 17:41 notation mark.

So Nicholas Meyer isn’t observant that he prosaic out detested or hated a film, yet that there are improved ways to loyalty something than how Into Darkness did. we tend to agree. What do we say, though? What did we consider of Star Trek: Into Darkness when it initial came out and a similarities to Wrath of Khan? Has your opinion on a film altered during all given a initial release? Let us know in a comments below.

Directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Trek: Into Darkness stars Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana, John Cho, Anton Yelchin, Bruce Greenwood, Alice Eve, Benedict Cumberbatch, Peter Weller, and Leonard Nimoy. The film is accessible now on Digital HD, 4K, Blu-Ray, and DVD.

Source: YouTube (via ComicBook.com)

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