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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Cast Shares Trick for Saving a Great Logbook

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Cast Shares Trick for Saving a Great Logbook

Unsurprisingly, stepping up to deliver the type of monologue that “Star Trek” is known for seemed like a bit of a nerve-wracking task for Enterprise’s new crew. “I was so excited to have a personal diary because it’s one of those aspects of Star Trek that goes beyond a particular show, like so many other Star Trek shows,” Navia explained. . But when it came time to dig into the scene, the actor suddenly got the Trek equivalent of stage fright. “While I was doing it, I suddenly couldn’t remember a log I had ever heard,” she says. “I’m like, how did they say the numbers? Do they say wharf? Do they say point?” Suddenly, Navia said, “It’s like I’ve never seen or heard it before, but I did.”

Navia cites Mount as someone who noted how aware actors are of the big shoes they fill. “It was one of those times where — Anson has talked about it before, anytime we’re kind of like, ‘We’re doing Star Trek. This is crazy.'” Gooding also says she felt the pressure to get just enough newspaper reading, especially to cover his bases when it comes to ultra-engaged fans. “I remember going to the writers and saying, do we say dot or do we say plot, do we say dash, do we say slash?” she shared during the panel discussion. She continued, “Give me the perfect word so I don’t have fans who know a whole lot more about this franchise than me in my Twitter DMs telling me I screwed up.”

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