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'Nemesis' Filming At The Halfway Point

By Caillan
February 1, 2002 - 3:46 PM

After over two months of filming, Paramount Pictures yesterday announced that principal photography on 'Star Trek: Nemesis' is halfway complete.

Shooting on the Enterprise-E bridge is almost finished, according to StarTrek.com. Once those sequences are wrapped, the cast and crew will film scenes in the Ready Room, the Jeffries Tubes, the corridors and turbolift.

In February the Romulans will be the main focus when the crew shoot on various alien sets including the ship of Shinzon, the movie's villain. Principal photography is currently scheduled to conclude in March.

The official site also provided a full cast and crew list, which includes previously unannounced personnel. Details of their 'Nemesis' roles and a summary of previous work can be found below:

'Star Trek: Nemesis' is currently scheduled for release later this year. The original report can be found here at the official site.

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