Shinzon kidnaps Picard from the Enterprise, as well as B-4, having planted the android on the nearby planet to lure Picard closer to the Border.However, Data reveals he has swapped places with B-4, rescues Picard, and returns with Picard to the Enterprise.Janeway explains that the Romulan Empire has been taken over in a military coup by Shinzon, who says he wants peace with the Federation and to bring freedom to Remus.On arrival, they learn Shinzon is a clone of Picard, secretly created by Romulans to plant a high-ranking spy into the Federation.The crew mourn Data, and the surviving Romulan commander offers them her gratitude for saving the Empire. Picard bids farewell to newly promoted Captain Riker, who is off to command the USS Titan and begin a possible peace-negotiation mission with the Romulans.Picard meets with B-4, discovering that Data had copied the engrams of his neural net into B-4's positronic matrix before he "died".
The film was cut by about a third from a much longer running time.Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Lieutenant Commander Worf, and Lieutenant Commander Data land on Kolarus III and discover the remnants of an android resembling Data.When the android is reassembled it introduces itself as B-4.Following the failure of the film and the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise, Berman and Erik Jendresen began development on the unproduced Star Trek: The Beginning. On Romulus, members of the Romulan Imperial Senate debate whether to accept the terms of peace and alliance with the Reman rebel leader Shinzon.Three years later, Viacom split from CBS Corporation, and Paramount eventually rebooted the film series in 2009 with Star Trek, directed by J. The Remans are a slave race of the Romulan Empire, used as miners and as cannon fodder.