Posted Thursday, February 26, 2009 10:51 PM | Contributed by Morté615
SCI FI Wire confirmed today that a contract has been signed with CBS/Paramount to reopen the Star Trek The Experience exhibit in Las Vegas on May 8 —starting with at least a new restaurant and retail shop—to coincide with the opening of J.J. Abram's Star Trek movie.
Read more from SCI FI Wire.
Cool, I'd like to go to this. Unfortunately, I was in Vegas last July, and probably won't be going back for a while.
Yeah I got a news article posted lol!
I never got to see the original, and being a huge Trekkie I am disappointed. So I am glad that at least some of it is being saved. But I would really like to see the motion simulator, that always looked really cool.
The article suggested that 7 million people might visit the exhibit a year . . . does anybody else find that somewhat extreme? I'm getting a sort of HRP de ja vu.
7 million people a year translates to over 19,000 customers a day, 365 days a year. Somehow this seems unfeasible to me, especially when for the first year they're only going to have a store and some displays -- no 'ride', yet.
Ahh I remember my single days in college and trips to Vegas where I violated numerous Prime Directives..... those were the days... :)
I wish you hadn't said that. Now I have to report you to Federation authorities . . . Didn't you ever hear of don't ask, don't tell? ;)
No fair.. Kirk constantly got away with it...
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