Why ‘Star Trek’ is so popular among millennials
The new “Star Trek” movies have had an explosive first week at the box office, and the phenomenon has spread to more than 1 billion people.
This is a new phenomenon.
If you’ve ever watched “The Hobbit,” “The Avengers,” or “Star Wars,” you’re aware of the phenomenon that is “Star War.”
Star Wars was created by J.J. Abrams, who is now executive producer of the new “Trek” films, and George Lucas.
The franchise began with a trilogy of movies in 1977 that saw a young boy named Luke Skywalker fight the Empire.
And, with “The Force Awakens” taking over the big screen this weekend, the franchise has grown in popularity and scope.
“Star Wars” is the sixth installment in the saga, and its predecessor, “The Empire Strikes Back,” was released in 1977.
After a hiatus, the new films were released this summer and will open in theaters July 19, 2019.
We can’t wait for “Star Citizen,” the new space sim, to be released next year, and it is looking good for the franchise.
While there are a few “Star wars” fans out there, the phenomenon is actually quite widespread, and not just among the young.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, “Star trek” fans have watched a record number of movies.
That’s not all.
They’ve watched an estimated 2.3 billion hours of television and streamed an estimated 4.5 billion hours to Netflix.
In other words, Star Trek is a hit for both young and old.
A new study found that those 18 to 29 years old have watched more than 30 hours of TV in the past 12 months.
Star Trek fans were also more likely to be men, and were more likely than non-fans to be white, college-educated, and have at least a bachelor’s degree.
There are plenty of other factors to consider.
When it comes to “StarTrek,” the franchise is popular among people of all ages, and this is partly due to the fact that it’s a science fiction show, so it’s very popular with younger viewers.
However, the show’s popularity has also drawn the ire of certain groups, including the LGBT community.
As a result, the company has pulled “Startrek” from Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.
Fans have also started boycotting the series, and they are not alone.
Earlier this year, actor Harrison Ford made headlines when he said he would boycott the series if the franchise continued to be canceled.
Ford said the “Star-Trek universe has not been told the truth by a mainstream Hollywood film studio.
The truth is, Star-Treks are not about fighting for freedom, but for profits.
That is what the truth is.”
A spokesperson for the studio did not immediately respond to a request for comment.