After revealing her thoughts on the new Star Trek: Picard teaser, de Lancie explains how she deals with the hype that comes with playing Q again.
Although fans are excited to see Q return Star Trek: Picard, actor John de Lancie acknowledges that regaining his trademark persona is a daunting task.
“I saw the little trailer, which I thought was very well done, where there is a playing card that disappears and then you only see the Q,” said de Lancie. Variety about PicardThe season 2 teaser that heralds Q’s return to Jean-Luc Picard’s life. “I felt that was very appropriate for this character. This is thin ice for all of us – there are expectations. In the case of that little ad, I thought they exceeded expectations on that. It was a really nice bite. ‘Here it comes!'”
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When asked about the positive buzz surrounding the teaser and Q’s comeback, de Lancie admitted that her initial thoughts towards these reactions were, “Oh shit. The pressure is on the rise! “Also, he described this pressure as” a challenge. “He said,” I hope I can match it. I hope we can all match it and, more specifically, surpass it. This is one of the reasons why I stay away from all these things. I just have to stay in the world of what can be done and what can’t be done, and not push myself too hard on all of this. “
PicardThe teaser concluded with a line from Q about how “the trial never ends,” a throwback to the message he gave Picard in Star Trek: The Next GenerationThe series finale “All Good Things …” After crossing paths for the first time in “Encounter at Farpoint”, the Q Continuum member would appear countless times to judge the actions of Picard and his crew, albeit with chaotic methods that They helped them evolve despite their supposed malevolence. Since The next generation, de Lancie has played Q in episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager Y Star Trek: Lower Decksas well as notable noStar trek supporting roles in shows like Breaking bad Y My little pony’s friendship is magic.
Star Trek: Picard stars Patrick Stewart, Alison Pill, Michelle Hurd, Evan Evagora, Isa Briones, Santiago Cabrera, and Harry Treadaway. The first season is available on Paramount +.
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