7 Star Trek characters who deserve their own movie

We've seen the in action but not quite front and center. Let's take a look at 7 Star Trek characters that deserve their own movie.

Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in "Dominion" Episode 307, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in "Dominion" Episode 307, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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Nov. 2, 2015 – CBS Television Studios announced today it will launch a totally new “Star Trek” television series in January 2017. The brand-new “Star Trek” will introduce new characters seeking imaginative new worlds and new civilizations, while exploring the dramatic contemporary themes that have been a signature of the franchise since its inception in 1966. The new series will blast off with a special preview broadcast on the CBS Television Network. The premiere episode and all subsequent /

4. Data

Let's zero in on our beloved android, Data – the walking, talking, occasionally cat-petting puzzle of Star Trek. Why does Data deserve his own movie, you ask? Well, it's like asking why pizza deserves cheese – it's essential!

Data's journey is the ultimate quest of self-discovery but with a sci-fi twist. Imagine Data: Quest for Humanity (another title, you're welcome) – a film exploring what happens when silicon meets soul. I'm not just talking about we'd see an android learning to tap dance or tell jokes (though let's be honest, that's pretty entertaining), we'd be diving deep into the heart and hard drive of what makes us human.

A movie where Data, in his quest to be more human, encounters different cultures, faces ethical dilemmas, and maybe even falls in love (in his own unique, Data way). We'd explore the moments that defined him – from his activation in a lab to his adventures aboard the Enterprise. How does an android with the strength of ten men and a brain that can calculate faster than a speeding starship fit into the messy, illogical world of humans? It'd be a story about identity, belonging, and the eternal question of what it means to be alive. And let's not forget the potential for some seriously epic moments – Data in a Wild West showdown, anyone? Or a deep space opera where he conducts an orchestra of alien instruments? The possibilities are as endless as the universe itself.