For months there have only been rumors about whether there will be a fourth Star Trek movie or not. But in the past few weeks, events have literally been escalating. The third season of Star Trek: Picard knew how to inspire thanks to a lot of nostalgia. Star Trek Discovery was canceled to the dismay of many fans. A new series is scheduled to go into production next year. And a film starring Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh is set to be released for streaming on Paramount Plus. All this news shows that the franchise is alive and looking forward to an exciting future. But now the competition seems to be stirring!
Babylon 5 creators announce news on Twitter
J. Michael Straczynski is considered a legendary filmmaker and comic author. The 68-year-old American wrote screenplays for He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, The Real Ghostbusters, Marvel’s Thor and World War Z, among others. He wrote stories for comic book publishers such as Marvel and Detective Comics (DC) and is considered as the creator of a very special series science fiction series.
In the early and mid-1990s, Star Wars fans were left pretty dry. New cinema films, let alone new series, were pie in the sky. Instead, dominated Star Trek die Science-Fiction. The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine kept the fans in suspense and thrilled them on TV week after week. But then came Babylon 5.
The new sci-fi series Creator J. Michael Straczynski wowed even the most die-hard Trekkies and ran for five seasons and 110 episodes from 1993 to 1998. There was also a Babylon 5 spin-off series and six made-for-TV movies. Apparently important news is imminent.
J. Michael Straczynski recently posted a revised lettering of the series via Twitter. Appropriately, he writes: “What is that? Why this chic, new variant of the Babylon 5 logo?” In the last year there was often talk of a planned reboot. However, J. Michael Straczynski goes on to say that the new variant of the logo “is not for reinterpretation” because it is currently “stuck on hold”.
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Babylon 5: Reboot of the popular sci-fi series announced, creators of the original with them
The popular science fiction series Babylon 5 will soon celebrate its comeback in the form of a reboot.
Addressing fans directly, he said, “So what could it possibly be for?” Loud J. Michael Straczynski there will be news very soon Babylon 5 say: “Hmm. Maybe we’ll find out more in a week’s time today. Please spread the word: something wonderful is about to happen.” At the 3. May 2023 this week would be over. The possible reboot of one of the best science fiction series any times should bring countless fans into ecstasy.