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Disgusting Revelation at FOX (scary)



tar Trek Generations
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This article is about the 1994 film. For the computer game, see Star Trek Generations (video game). For the Game Boy and Game Gear game, see Star Trek Generations: Beyond the Nexus.
Star Trek Generations
Two partially-shadowed faces look at the camera. In the center, a sleek spaceship emerges from a lens flare.
Theatrical release poster art
Directed by	David Carson
Screenplay by	
Ronald D. Moore
Brannon Braga
Story by	
Rick Berman
Ronald D. Moore
Brannon Braga
Based on	Star Trek
by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by	Rick Berman
Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Brent Spiner
Levar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Malcolm McDowell
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
William Shatner
Cinematography	John A. Alonzo
Edited by	Peter E. Berger
Music by	Dennis McCarthy
Distributed by	Paramount Pictures
Release date	
November 18, 1994
Running time	118 minutes
Country	United States
Language	English
Budget	$35 million
Box office	$118 million
Star Trek Generations is a 1994 American science fiction film and the seventh film in the Star Trek film series. Malcolm McDowell joins cast members from the 1960s television show Star Trek and the 1987 spin-off The Next Generation, including William Shatner and Patrick Stewart. In the film, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Enterprise-D joins forces with Captain James T. Kirk to stop the villain Tolian Soran from destroying a planetary system in his attempt to return to an extra-dimensional realm known as the Nexus.

Generations was conceived as a handoff from the original cast of the Star Trek films to the cast of The Next Generation. After developing several film ideas concurrently, the producers chose a script written by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga. Production began while the final season of the television series was being made. The director was David Carson, who previously directed episodes of the television series; photography was by franchise newcomer John A. Alonzo. Filming took place on the Paramount Studios lots, and on location in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, and Lone Pine, California. The film's climax was revised and reshot following poor reception from test audiences. The film uses a mix of traditional optical effects alongside computer-generated imagery, and was scored by regular Star Trek composer Dennis McCarthy.

Star Trek Generations was released in the United States on November 18, 1994. Paramount promoted the film with merchandising tie-ins, including toys, books, games, and a website—a first for a major motion picture. The film opened at the top of the United States box office its first week of release and grossed a total of $118 million worldwide. Critical reception was mixed, with critics divided on the film's characters and comprehensibility to a casual view

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