Star Trek, welcomes the first gay character Hikaru Sulu book
Star Trek Beyond open gay character Hikaru Sulu, one of the full crew of automotive enterprises. Past recipient side chapter sample. George Takei did not agree with that idea.
Since Star Trek entertainment throughout 50 years, there has never been any characters revealed that a variety of people … where sexually before, but the last important change occurred when there was an announcement that hip full Zulu, one of the crew of a spacecraft is the first enterprise in the Star Trek universe characters who announced that as the MSM the last July 7 by 2016, John Cho (John Cho) as Hikaru Sulu full Herald Sun News interview that his character is openly gay in the movie Star Trek and Beyond have a daughter together with couples of the same sex, who.
“I like to change this time. No need to make it. I would like to give us a look that is all about race. Do not judge anyone only because his personal taste. ”
In addition, John Cho, said that additional disclosure of sexual orientation of the book partly because the Zulu writer Simon Pegg (Simon Pegg), sample and Director Justin Lin (Justin Lin) want to create to honor with George Takei (George Takei), past recipients of the Hiroshima chapter full Zulu revealed that as gay in 2005 and is fighting for rights of LGBT Student Group.
However, in the opinion of George Takei back, do not agree with such changes, by looking at how contrary to the intentions of China survived akkusu Berry (Gene Roddenberry), which is the birth Star Trek “, I’m very happy that there are gay characters added: Unfortunately, it conflicted with the images in his head, which he intended to create this character. I think it is very deplorable. ”
This is Star Trek Beyond is scheduled to release July 21 in Thailand, waiting for a chance to win says change of full Zulu would be interesting?
Zulu played by John Cho he is this person is important in driving the craft enterprises. Deflection options to win with the adventures of the crew of the starship in Star Trek Beyond Star Trek. Cross edge universe in theaters July 20