Winona Ryder ist Spocks Mami



Ich erspare mir mal alle offensichtlichen Nuckelwitze und gebe es ganz trocken wieder: Winona Ryder spielt in JJ Abrams Star Trek-Reboot die Mutter von Spock:

Remember her? Beautiful, talented elfin actress whose career was going great guns until that infamous shoplifting incident at a Saks Fifth Avenue store in 2001. Despite her subsequent acquittal, and the odd attempt to rehabilitate her movie star stock with the likes of Mr. Deeds, Ryder has since chosen to stay out of the limelight, appearing in films like A Scanner Darkly or The Darwin Awards, or Gregor Jordan’s forthcoming The Informers. Or perhaps she just hasn’t been offered the big movies.

But that’s all changed with her role in Star Trek. She’ll play the young Vulcan mother of Zachary Quinto’s Spock in the movie, which takes place during the Starfleet Academy days of Kirk, Spock, Bones and the rest of the Enterprise crew.

Now, not to get too Trek-geeky, but Trek canon (and please correct us if we’re wrong) states very plainly that Spock’s mother is Amanda Grayson, a human being from our very own planet Earth. So, we’re very intrigued to see how Abrams and his writers, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, are going to explain away the presence of a Vulcan mother – step-mum, perhaps? (Empire)

Nein, keine Nuckelwitze! Nein, keine Nuckelwitze! Nein, keine Nuckelwitze! Nein, keine Nuckelwitze! Nein, keine Nuckelwitze! Nein, keine Nuckelwitze!


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  1. David

    …und Zachary Quinto spielt Spock.
    Für mich schon 2 gute Gründen gegen den Film.

  2. dejot

    für mich ist Zachary Quinto eher ein Grund dafür. Vor heroes kannte ich ihn nicht, und dort magg ich sein Spiel.

  3. rajue

    Hiess die nicht T’Pau….?

  4. Renington Steele

    Nö. Wiki:

    Spock ist der Sohn des vulkanischen Botschafters Sarek. Seine Mutter, Amanda Grayson, stammt von der Erde (in der deutschen Synchronisation der Episode “Journey to Babel”,in der Spocks Eltern auftreten, wird Amanda ohne ersichtlichen Grund als “Emily” bezeichnet).

  5. benno

    Die Besetzung ist eigentlich ok. Ich befürchte, das es trotzdem peinlich wird. Lieber was neues probieren, als das alte verhunzeln.

  6. qrn

    Moglicherweise gab’s ja beim stille-Post spielen irgendwo einen Übertragungsfehler und sie spielt Spocks vulkanischen Vater?

  7. Malingo

    Winona Ryder spielt Amanda Grayson, und somit die menschliche Mutter von Spock. Irgendwer muss da was in den falschen Hals bekommen haben (So in der Art von “die lebt auf Vulkan, die muss Vulkanierin sein”)

  8. zu

    Hm. Und das ist auch in der JJ-verkorksten “alternativen Zeitlinie” so?

    Oder ist da vielleicht Spok der Enkel von Riddick und Chuck Norris. So viele Explosionen wie es da gibt.

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