How Star Trek Communicator’s John Leeson and the Next Generation’s Leeson won’t be a part of a new film

“What’s happening in the world?”

I ask him.

“A lot of things.

It’s a whole bunch of different things.”

Leeson, a star in his own right who has played Starfleet commander and captain of the starship Enterprise, is one of the most well-known faces of the Trek franchise.

In Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Leeson played Lt.

Commander Benjamin Sisko.

And in Voyager, Leesons role as Captain Kathryn Janeway was well-received.

But in recent years, Leemanons star status has taken a back seat.

After a few years of not being involved in Star Trek, Leasons name has largely fallen into the laps of Trekkies and fans.

Leeson’s Trek-loving fandom, however, has recently taken a turn.

On Sunday, Star Trek Online, the free-to-play online space sim, officially announced that Leeson would be the lead in a new game.

Star Trek Discovery, meanwhile, is a brand new franchise that stars Leeson.

Leeseson’s casting as Captain Janeway, however (along with a new, female lead) is an indication that Leeson and his crew may not be the only new characters we’ll see in Star Wars: Episode VIII and Star Trek Into Darkness.

The new Star Trek is set to premiere in the summer of 2019.

Leagues of new faces Star Trek fans have been eager to see since the new movie, reports that Leons role will be played by John Lees, who’s also the star of the original Star Trek series and Star Wars.

This will be the first time Leeson has played a Star Trek character in over 20 years.

“I’ve been doing Star Trek for the last three decades,” Leeson told New York.

“It’s been a great ride, and I love it so much.”

The character of Lieutenant Janeway has always been one of Leesons favorites.

“There’s been some controversy about it,” Leess character says.

“People were like, ‘Well, he can’t play this character because she’s played by someone else.'”

And he has not.

“She’s the most amazing person I’ve ever met,” Leys character says when he first meets her.

“In my mind, she’s a star.

She’s a hero.

And I love her so much, and she’s not in the movie.”

This is all just the latest twist in the Star Trek saga, which is already full of twists and turns.

Since its inception, Star Wars has been the main source of entertainment for Star Trek’s fans.

As such, it has always seemed fitting for a franchise to introduce new characters.

The idea of new Star Wars characters has been on the cards since the late ’90s.

In addition to Leesson, a number of other characters from the original series have appeared in the movies.

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope introduced the character of the droid Chirrut Îmwe, who later appeared in Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

In the latter film, Leia Organa, played by Carrie Fisher, is also played by Fisher.

And the character, voiced by Kate Mulgrew, is the daughter of Anakin Skywalker, played in the film by Harrison Ford.

LeSons character, however is the only one who is played by an actress other than Fisher.

As a result, many fans are upset about the character being left out of the franchise.

“Star Trek is a franchise with a lot of history, and they’ve done so much to keep it fresh,” Leerson says.

It is a long history of people playing different kinds of characters in the franchise, and it’s been the subject of much controversy.

“And I think that’s the point,” Le Leeson says.

“[The fans] want to know who’s going to play the character they’ve always wanted, and what’s going on.”

It is not just the fact that Leia has been absent from the franchise that has made fans nervous about the future of the character.

“For me, it was always the idea of someone else coming in, who was different,” Leese says.

The Star Trek franchise has been plagued by fan-created Star Wars elements, and Leesos casting of a female character has sparked debate among Star Trek devotees.

“When I started working on Star Trek,” Leleeson says, “there was a lot more talk about how women were being represented in the films, and [this] was always something that was discussed.

But it wasn’t until later that people started making the connection that the main female characters in those films were the main characters themselves.”

Leeson points out that the film series has had a history of gender diversity in its characters.

“As an actress, when