With Star Trek’s fame going up thanks to Star Trek: Picard’s third season and Strange New Worlds, it’s suddenly a much cooler place for big-name actors to park their talents. Who will join the group next? Someone might want to suggest Kate Beckinsale.
We asked AI to make a picture of Kate Beckinsale as a Vulcan, and this is what it came up with.
Her style reminds me a bit of T’Pring, Spock’s girlfriend in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
Sources have told us that if there is ever a movie version of Strange New Worlds and they want to replace Gia Sandhu with a bigger name for T’Pring (though they shouldn’t because Sandhu is perfect in the part), Kate Beckinsale might be a good choice.
Even though there have been no official announcements or reports about Beckinsale being in Star Trek, interviews have shown that she likes science fiction and the themes of the genre. Star Trek’s world of different countries and complicated characters fits well with Beckinsale’s desire to tell stories that make people think.
So Far In Her Career, Kate Beckinsale
Kate Beckinsale’s first job as an actress was in the television series Devices and Desires, which aired in 1991. But it was her groundbreaking role as the unstoppable vampire warrior Selene in the action-horror hit Underworld in 2001 that made her a worldwide star.
Kate showed a wide range of qualities, including power, grace, and vulnerability, that impressed both audiences and critics and made her a strong force in the action genre. The success of Underworld gave Beckinsale a lot of opportunities, but her skills went beyond being an action heroine. In movies like The Aviator, Serendipity (2001), and Love & Friendship (2016), she played different characters and wowed audiences with her ability to fit into any role. Kate, why don’t you play a Vulcan next?