‘Star Trek’ was never going to be the ‘best movie ever,’ but the movie’s failure to win an Oscar is not a reflection of the movies overall quality.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said in its annual Awards Ceremony that it will award Best Picture for its “Star Trek” remake.
It was nominated for five awards, including best picture, best director, best actress and best supporting actor, the organization said.
But the movie is not going to get the same accolades as “Star Wars,” which won Best Picture, director, and actress in 1984, 1986, 1990 and 1995.
It also lost out to “Star,” which had its own Best Picture Oscar nomination.
A few of the movie stars and crew who attended the ceremony also gave their thoughts on the movie.
“I think it’s a movie that is really well thought out, and I think it does have its moments of greatness, but there are a lot of other movies that have done that and have won that award,” actor Christopher Plummer said.
“And I don’t think that it’s going to win the Oscars, because I don-I don’t really believe that they would give it the recognition,” director JJ Abrams said.
“I think ‘Star War’ is a really great movie, and ‘Star’ is probably the best movie that JJ has ever made.”
“Star Wars” will be screened at the 69th Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 28.