By Andre Chautard
January 03, 2003 at 05:00 AM EST

Have Patrick Stewart and Co. disengaged after Star Trek: Nemesis? Brent Spiner, a.k.a. Data, notes Nemesis’ ambiguous tag line, ”A Generation’s Final Journey Begins”: ”If the movie’s bad, then it’s the final journey. If it’s good, it’s just beginning.” The actors knew this might be their last Trek. ”I spent the last few days [on set] a little weepy,” says Marina Sirtis. Despite a weak $18.5 million debut, the 10th Trek could still find its box office legs. After all, history is on its side. Since 1982’s Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, even-numbered Treks tend to be favored by fans. Producer Rick Berman even jokes about avoiding the odd-numbered curse if there’s another movie: ”We’re going to call it Star Trek 12.” — Andre Chautard


”I’ve never done a film where I haven’t been accused of sleeping with my costar, except, thankfully, About a Boy.” — HUGH GRANT, on rumors he romanced Sandra Bullock while making Two Weeks Notice