Because we're about to enter 1980 any chance of making this happen ITTL?Gygax granted exclusive rights to Games Workshop to distribute TSR products in the United Kingdom, after meeting with Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson. Games Workshop printed some original material and also printed their own versions of various D&D and AD&D titles in order to avoid high import costs. When TSR could not reach an agreement with Games Workshop regarding a possible merger, TSR created a subsidiary operation in the UK, TSR Hobbies UK, Ltd. in 1980. Gygax hired Don Turnbull to head up the operation, which would expand into continental Europe during the 1980s. The British branch of the operation, TSR UK published a series of modules and the original Fiend Folio. TSR UK also produced Imagine magazine for 31 issues.
So @OldNavy1988 after the success of Star Trek the motion picture will there be a another Star Trek series focusing on captain Pike credits to @PWNKing for that ideaPrior to the New York premiere of Rapunzel...
Walt Disney, Sr.
"Hey Junior, what's that in your hand?"
"It's a demo reel by a guy named...uh..."
*reads label on the film can*
"He worked on the Narnia picture that United Artists released on Halloween. Here, I'll project it for you."
*turns on projector*
***two hours later***
"How old is he?"
"He said he was twenty-one."
"Hmmm...the kid sure has some promise. But I'd say he'll need a little more experience before he's really ready to join our studio. Plus from what I've read in Variety, he oughta' work on that temper too."
***December 1979 Movies***
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Released on December 6, 1979 by RKO-Desilu.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture reunited the cast of the original series for a feature-length, warp-speed adventure. However, ITTL, the story is interwoven with flashbacks of Kirk's predecessor, Christopher Pike (Bobby Driscoll in a comeback role).
William Shatner as James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy as Spock
Nichelle Nichols as Uhura
George Takei as Sulu
Walter Koenig as Chekov
Stephen Collins as Decker
James Doohan as Scotty
Majel Barrett as Dr. Chapel
Persis Khambatta as Ilia
Bobby Driscoll as Christopher Pike in flashbacks
Stephen Collins as Willard Decker
Despite mixed reviews, Star Trek: The Motion Picture debuted to the strongest box office opening since Superman and Xenomorph.
Released on December 21, 1979.
Buena Vista Distribution Co., Inc.
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney, Sr.
Roy E. Disney
Whitey Larkin 
Helen O'Grady 
Henry Selick (debut)
Randy Cartwright (debut)
 Fictional artist
Musical score by
Ann Jillian as Rapunzel
Cloris Leachman as Mother Gothel
Christopher Reeve as Prince Alexis
Timothy Dalton as the Captain of the Guard
Eric Idle as King Frederick
Lee Meriweather as Queen Arianna
Rikki Fulton as Sideburns Stabbington
Jack Milroy as Patchy Stabbington
Pascal, Rapunzel's pet chameleon
Orion, Alexis's horse
Rapunzel was the first Disney film since Fantasia to be mixed in Fantasound.
However, only a handful of theatres at the time were equipped to present the Fantasound mix. These would include:
- Mann's Chinese Theatre (Hollywood, CA)
- Americana (Southfield, MI)
- Northpoint Theatre (San Francisco, CA)
- Uptown Theatre (Washington, DC)
- Centre Theatre (Salt Lake City, Utah)
- Alabama Theatre (Houston, TX)
- Radio City Music Hall (New York City)
- Cine Capri (Phoenix, AZ)
- Mann's Valley Circle Theatre (San Diego, CA)
The multiplexes that were dotting the American landscape instead presented either a mono or stereo sound mix.
Rapunzel received mostly positive reviews, but could only perform no higher than second at the box office behind Star Trek.
There is a series focuses on captain pike called star trek strange new world in the work otl. Thus I pefer the idea of having phase being made. If you insit on a early strange new world then would please consider putting elements of phase two in the captin pike series. Here a link to phase eposidoe ideas https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek:_Phase_II
Is there going to be any coverage of the auto industry ITTL?
Citing creative disagreements with Rome-0 and Julie-8 co-director Zack Dillinger, Nelvana executive Wolfgang Reitherman announces both his resignation from Nelvana and his return to the Walt Disney studio.
- The Toronto Star