We got our first glimpse of the new “Vega” at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, which we watched in one of the exhibitors’ huge screens.
There was a good chance we’d be the first in line to get a glimpse of this futuristic film, which looks and sounds like the same kind of futuristic movie that’s been in theaters since the mid-90s.
But we were told we’d get to see the film’s first trailer on Friday, which was when we first got to see a few clips of it.
So, for the moment, let’s skip over the trailer.
In the video, which you can watch below, the cast of the upcoming “Vegans” shows off their character and their skills with firearms and a pair of robot guns.
The trailer opens with a shot of the futuristic, futuristic, and futuristic-looking “Vesuvius” space station and the other characters that populate it, which is the futuristic version of an alien planet called Earth.
You can see that there are two spaceships in the background.
The other spaceship is called the “Venturing Vanguard,” which is what you might call the “Guardian” ship from the “Transformers” franchise.
“Vergans” is a space opera film.
The movie starts with a character named “Lenny” (Kathy Bates) getting to know the crew of a space station orbiting a planet called Venus.
It’s a very sci-fi movie, so you can tell it’s going to be pretty different than the kind of sci-Fi that’s seen in the movies we’ve seen in recent years.
And that’s exactly what it is.
The film opens with the cast wearing suits, guns, and some futuristic tech.
But the real attraction is what happens when they start to explore the space station.
Lenny and his team have a lot of fun, as they explore the station and discover a new weapon: a pair “Viggers” which can shoot out plasma and lasers at a range of distances.
The Viggers are a kind of “faster-than-light” rocket.
Lenna (Catherine Halsey) is a scientist and engineer who works at the station, but is fascinated by the idea of sending humans to Venus.
She has a theory that a spaceship called the Vanguard could travel through space and travel back to Earth in a couple of decades, but the station’s commander, Captain Scott (Ethan Hawke), is skeptical.
When Scott’s ship crashes on Venus, he and his crew discover it to be the Vanguard.
Scott takes Lenna and Scott to a planet that has been destroyed, but they learn that the Vanguard’s crew and ship were a part of an experiment that was supposed to save Venus from an asteroid that was about to hit it.
And as the ship leaves Venus, Lenny learns that it’s actually a spaceship that was built by a team of aliens.
In an interesting twist, the ship’s commander is actually the leader of a race called the Celestials, who are also called the Vigans.
They are an alien race that has lived in space for thousands of years.
The “Vanguard” goes on a journey to the Celestial ship and discovers that it has been hijacked by the Celestians, who intend to use the ship to escape from Earth and bring them back to Venus with them.
It ends up with Lenny being a leader in the Celestia race and saving the Vigs.
The main character, “Lenna” is voiced by Holly Hunter.
We’ve seen Lenna in several other “Vagas” films, but this one is her first major role.
“The Vigens” will have a crew of eight.
The cast includes: Lenny as Lenny, a scientist with an interest in technology; John C. Reilly as Scott, the commander of the Vanguard; Michael Emerson as Lt.
Col. Taggart, a soldier who leads the team; Jessica Chastain as Lenna’s mother, Nanna; and Ben Mendelsohn as “Darth Vader.”
(The “Vigilant” character has been a key part of the franchise, and it’s unclear whether Mendelstos will be playing a new villain in the film.)
It looks like we’ll get to hear more about Lenna, Scott, and the Vanguard in the “Venus” movie.
But for now, here’s a brief overview of what we saw in the trailer: It’s the “Star Wars” era of “Star Trek.”
It’s about space travel.
It features some of the best science fiction filmmaking in a decade.
It also has a huge futuristic city.
But most of all, it’s a fun, sci-futuristic movie.
The story takes place in the year 2027.
The first “Voges” ship, the “Titan,” was launched in 2033