Washington, January 22 : Veteran actor William Shatner is just not happy with the way 'Star Trek' writers planned the scene in which heroic sci-fi character Captain Kirk dies.
He says that even the audiences were not glad to see Kirk falling to his death from a cliff.
Shatner also blames himself for bearing misconceptions that he could make the scene spectacular despite its being laxly written.
"The mistake I made was thinking I could make it a spectacular death with what they had written," Contactmusic quoted the 76-year-old star as saying.
Shatner has portrayed Kirk on both the big and small screen, on and off, from 1966 up until 1993's 'Star Trek: Generations'.