X4’s ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ set to premiere in 2018 in Denmark, Norway August 11, 2021 August 11, 2021 admin

Denmark has announced that the new “Star Trek” movie “Star Wars: Discovery” will premiere in the country’s capital of Copenhagen, in 2018.

The movie is the fourth of the six planned films for the new Star Trek series, which was first announced in 2017.

The series will have six new movies in total, starting with the seventh “Star War” film in 2018, which will be the first of a planned trilogy.

It is the first time that a new “series” has been announced for the series that is still in production.

The first movie, “The Unauthorized Guide to the New Starship Enterprise” was released in May 2018.

The second film, “Enterprise” is scheduled to be released in 2019.

The third movie, scheduled to come out in 2020, is set to be the sixth movie in the series, followed by the eighth “Star WAR” movie in 2021 and the ninth “Star Treks” movie from 2021-2022.

In 2020, the “StarTrek” movies will be filmed in a joint facility between “StarWars.com,” “StarBBS” and “StarZ”, with the “Trek Factory” building as the primary filming location.

The next “Star-Trek: Discovery,” scheduled to hit theaters in 2021, will feature the first “Star wars” film.

The fourth film, scheduled for release in 2022, will be “the beginning of a new era for the Star Trek franchise” and will be followed by “the third film in the Star Wars trilogy.”