What JJ Abrams doesn’t seem to understand is that Star Trek’s fans, regardless of gender, aren’t sticking around because they want to see Zoe Saldana in her underwear. They’re sticking around because they like Star Trek. Instead of taking a leaf out of Michael Bay’s book and trying to appeal to horny teenage boys (who would probably be watching the movie regardless), it might be a better idea to take inspiration from…Star Trek. You know, that TV show from the 1960s that attempted to imagine a future free from Mad Men stereotypes, and that rapidly gained a fan following even more diverse than the various races and species it showed on screen. ( x )

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