A Star Trek actor reacts to the Klingon role being canceled

A Star Trek actor reacts to the Klingon role being canceled ...

Victor Garber is set to play Dr. Martin Stein, the father of Jennifer Garner, in a film adaptation of The Gettysburg Address.

Star Trek was first released in 2009 and quickly became a major reboot of the legendary franchise. Directed by J.J. Abrams, the film catapulted stars into new roles as leading men in a science fiction action film, embodying characters previously made famous by William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. However, actor Victor Garber might disagree, seeing his scenes end up on the cutting room floor.

Victor Garber was supposed to play a Klingon inStar Trekas a Klingon, but he never appeared onscreen in the finished film, according to a source. Abrams had asked him to perform the role because he thought it might be a fun thing to do on the set. Garber went on to say that he would never learn Klingon again for a role because it was difficult to accomplish.

Star Trek became a box office hit, grossing more than $350 million in theaters, and establishing J.J. Abrams' authority over rebooting well-known film franchises likeStar Trek Into Darkness and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The scene features Nero (Eric Bana) as a prisoner and describes the events later on on the USS Kelvin (Bruce Greenwood).

Victor Garber is best known for his portrayal of Jack Bristow, the father of Jennifer Garner's Sydney Bristow on the Billboard awards, including six Primetime Emmy Awards and four Tony Awards. Garber has recently appeared in The CW's Arrowverse shows The Flashand Legends of Tomorrow as voices for Abraham Lincoln's famous speech.

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