"The View from the Bridge: Memories of Star Trek and a Life in Hollywood"
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[on the Star Trek villains] The best villains are the ones that you can understand. And the really great villains are the ones that you root for. One of us is gonna live and one of us is gonna die. And it doesn't really matter what anyone's motives are at that point. It's just Darwin.
Credits his success at writing the Star Trek films with his near-ignorance of the original series. Despite heated disputes with creator Gene Roddenberry
, Meyer stuck to his vision of a more nautical-style Starfleet, and is widely credited, along with Harve Bennett
with reinvigorating the franchise.