By now you’ve probably heard that the next year will be big for sci-fic.

But who is making the best of it?

Let’s find out.

We’ll start with a new favorite sci-fiction franchise, Star Trek: Discovery, a new sci-action film, and the first new blockbuster movie since The Avengers, Spider-Man: Homecoming.

But before we get into the big action, we want to start with something a little less exciting: Star Trek Discovery’s first trailer.

The trailer is nothing short of a gem, and it’s not hard to see why.

As we previously mentioned, Star Fleet Discovery will be the first installment of the rebooted Star Trek franchise.

In the trailer, the crew of the Discovery finds themselves trapped in a time loop, trapped in the middle of an alternate reality where the crew has been kidnapped by the Borg, the Borg have been enslaved by the Romulans, and they have been imprisoned in the Borg Sphere.

The first trailer is a great reminder that this is not a one-off reboot, but an ongoing story, and we have no idea when it will end.

This trailer is so great because it shows the kind of fun Trek Discovery can be, and why fans should tune in to see the rest of the show.

The story of Star Fleet is the story of how Starfleet has changed, how it has grown and evolved over the years, and how the Federation has changed.

We see the crew struggling to survive on an inhospitable world, and a series of events that make it impossible for them to survive.

As they begin to realize that their journey is more than a one man, one ship, one mission, there is a chance that we might finally be able to see that, too.

I hope this trailer makes it all the way through the series, because it has everything to offer.

The best sci-movie trailers come from the big studios.

The good news is that they are all great.

We’ve seen some of the best trailers from the likes of Universal Pictures and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

But as much as I love all the big productions, the best sci-‘movie trailers are the ones that are simple and straightforward, that are just fun to watch.

They are the kinds of movies that audiences enjoy.

The one big exception to that rule is, of course, Paramount’s Star Trek.

It’s the studio that has had a pretty big influence on what we know and love about science fiction, but its trailers are often lacking in excitement.

The most recent trailer for Star Trek, in particular, was pretty much the definition of dull, which is exactly what fans have come to expect from the studio.

But then again, Paramount has done a lot of good with the last few years.

The studio released a trailer that is pretty much all about its own characters, characters that are interesting, interesting characters that we know that we’ll be rooting for.

And that’s what I love about the trailer for The Last of Us: It’s fun to root for these characters, especially because there are so many of them.

It gives us hope.

But that hope has to be tempered by the fact that the trailer has been a few years in the making.

In addition to the big name studios, there are a lot more small studios that are making good movies.

Here are some of my favorite sci-‘film trailers from 2017.

Interstellar (2018) Interstellar was one of the biggest hits of 2017, and that’s mainly because it had everything to prove.

It was the first film to tackle the question of whether humanity can ever be truly good, and whether we can really be truly human.

The plot revolves around Ethan Hunt (Tom Hiddleston), a boy who has been raised by his adoptive father, an AI called Nihilus (Jeff Goldblum).

The film is set in a dystopian future where Nihilis has become a tyrant, and humans have been forced to live in a kind of dystopia.

In this dystopian future, the only way to be truly alive is by creating your own artificial life.

The filmmakers have used this premise to create an almost existential threat to humanity.

And it’s great.

But the problem with Interstellar is that the filmmakers seem to have lost their way.

They seem to be taking their audience somewhere else entirely.

They have lost sight of what makes Interstellar work.

Interstellar isn’t a bad movie, and I love the idea of it.

But I’ve always wondered why so many people are so invested in it.

Interstellar was directed by Christopher Nolan, who has made some amazing movies.

But Nolan seems to have forgotten his first love, the story about how humans can learn to become better people.

It is a story about humans that are not good enough.

It does not exist in the same way that Nolan’s first film, Interstellar, did.

Interstellar is an interesting film, but I never really liked it, and its plot has been somewhat of a mystery for a