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Yep, Star Trek Sequel to Film in Livermore!

A source at the production company tells Livermore Patch that filming for the next Star Trek movie is scheduled this week at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

A source at the production company has confirmed reports that scenes for the next Star Trek movie are scheduled to be filmed in town this week, according to Livermore Patch's .

Details are slim, but Young says her source confirmed reports that filming will be held at the .

The news is the latest move to bring high-end production to the Livermore Valley, which continues to build its reputation in the film industry.

In April 2011, to film scenes for the HBO movie

View Young's previous column on Livermore Valley Chamber CEO and Livermore Valley Film Commissioner Dale Kaye for more information on how the area is fast becoming a Hollywood destination. .

Livermore Patch will continue to update this story as more information is made available. Until then, live long and prosper, Livermore!

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Kristofer Noceda May 06, 2012 at 05:20 PM
Nice! Were you able to take a picture with them? We'd love to see!
Ashley May 06, 2012 at 05:42 PM
yes i was!! should i email it to you?
Rich Buckley May 07, 2012 at 01:19 PM
Trevor, I've grown used to that question. My changing perception of who we really are and the physics of it all was strongly influenced by events in 1965: In 1965 while flying about 55,000 feet above the southern island of Japan over the Kagoshima Volcano, a witnessing Radar Intercept Operator and I observed a featureless, circular silver object perched at 125,000 feet above sea level, a very respectful altitude for any equipment publicly known. Taking fairly careful measurements I estimate the object was 3000 feet in diameter, 170 times greater volume than a modern aircraft carrier, 25 times taller (13,000 times greater volume) than any balloon in use in that era. The largest balloons today in contrast, are about the size of the New Orleans Superdome about 700 feet in diameter, a tiny fraction (2.7%) of the size of the object we observed in 1965. Rich Buckley - Jul 11, 2011 7:07 PM A lot of crew members saw the likely vehicle that this bus-size engine (Google: David Adair video) propelled back in the mid-60's in the best documented UFO sighting of record when an entire B-52 squadron in route to a bombing mission in Vietnam flew over and close to a 2500-ft diameter disk that had a 10+- story glassed in observation tower on top. The flight of several B-52's was several thousand feet away. This would seem to be the same vehicle my RIO and I tracked with visual and radar-lock in 1965 --- the giant craft was perched about 125,000+- feet.
Kristofer Noceda May 07, 2012 at 02:22 PM
Hi folks we have an update on Stark Trek cast members hanging around the Valley. I don't think we're turning into a local TMZ anytime soon but the celeb sightings are creating a buzz! Thanks to Ashley for sharing her experience. Check it out here http://patch.com/A-tbWc
Rich Buckley May 15, 2012 at 11:45 AM
Trevor, This will help orient you to the emerging reality you've been denied: http://tinyurl.com/7xzrhwh

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