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    Posted: 05:32:08 on July 20 2002
    By: GustavoLeao
    Dept: Star Trek: Nemesis

    The latest issue of Cinescape Magazine, out in the U.S., features an exclusive interview with NEMESIS screenwriter John Logan. Here are some excerpts:

    "My personal favorite film is Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan and that's the one I studied when I started to create this one," Logan told journalist Anthony C. Ferrante. "What makes a good TREK film is what makes any good action-adventure film, and that's a strong adversary - an antagonist who is worthy of the protagonist."

    "As a writer my big coup was being able to go to [producer] Rick [Berman] and say 'I know who the villains are'" explains Logan. "And he says 'Who?' and I said 'The Remans'. And he says 'Who ?!'. And I say 'The Romulans and the Remans. It's the bird of prey with the two planets. Romulus and Remus. We've never seen Remus. We don't know about Remus. Let's use Remus'. And of course he loved that idea once he knew what it was. I'm really proud of the fact that I was able to go into the TREK empire and add part of it."

    "Grandeur is not just having a 70mm lens, it's also the grandeur of emotion" says Logan. "I enjoyed INSURRECTION very much, but I think that if there was a problem with the script... it was a little anemic. It wasn't grand enough for TREK and we are dealing with huge emotions in this movie, where the actors are really allowed to strut their stuff. If you see a good production of KING LEAR, you can see it set around this table and it would still be big because of the passion behind it. That's what I would hope we're doing with NEMESIS. Big ideas. Big emotions."

    The writer, who teamed with Brent Spiner for the story on NEMESIS, makes it known he's ready to write another TREK.

    "I'm hoping I'll be back for STAR TREK XI" he says. "Hopefully, I won't be missing TREK for too long. It all depends on opening weekend. I told Rick, 'If we have a good opening weekend, I expect that call from you asking me what have I got for Star Trek XI'. If we have a bad opening weekend, you may never hear from me again."

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