|The Star Trek Beyond creative team on set|
|Karl Urban describing the Spock/McCoy relationship|
There's a moment in the script where they separate, and we felt like the Kirk/Spock dynamic had been explored quite a lot in the first two movies, and myself and Doug Jung, my co-writer, always loved the dynamic between Bones and Spock, because they are opposites, they're like the devil and the angel on Kirk's shoulder - To put them together, in perilous situations, felt like a gift to do.While Chris Pine describing what Kirk has in store probably sets up some of the themes of the film a bit:
There's just a lot of big questions for Kirk; especially as he's not a young man, at least as defined by the first films. He's not dealing ith as many rage issues or having to prove himself. He's been there, he's done that, he is the captain, and he's looking around and thinking, "What next? What now?".To keep track of all the latest information on Star Trek Beyond, check out my Star Trek Beyond guide page.