#the answer is no #there is absolutely nothing in this universe or the next #that james t. kirk would not do #for his family #he loves them beyond reason #they are everything to him #they gave him a reason to fight #jim kirk was always going to fight #but he was aimless #he didn’t care what or who he was fighting #so long as he wasn’t going quietly into the night #and it was a waste #but now he has these six people #and every other soul under his command #and they are his world #and his reason for the fight #and he is beautiful and deadly and truly awesome when he fights for them #there is no power in the ‘verse that could beat Jim Kirk #he is invincible with his crew #with his family along side him (tags via spacemarried)
I like the dramatic tool that is fantasy and I put period films within the category of fantasy as I would put sci-fi within that same category. I think as a dramatic tool, you leave yourself behind. Your imagination is instantly needed because it’s a world that you don’t recognize with a world you don’t know. And I think that means you have a very different emotional reaction to the characters. I think it’s no better or worse for contemporary pieces. I think in contemporary pieces, it’s about voyeurism. You bring your own experiences to life because you recognize the world. I don’t think you do that as much with the whole fantasy genre. I find that very interesting.
there’s been some confusion, for you see my crewmate is
at the end of the day she’ll be nothing but trouble
…in ways you cannot yet realize
Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto || ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ London premiere at Empire Cinema on May 2, 2013