Noah Hawley's Star Trek Movie Will NOT Bring Back Abrams Cast

Lula Sharp
August 9, 2020

The unique TV collection launched in 1966 and "Star Trek: The Movement Image" opened in 1979 and have become the fourth-highest-grossing movie of the yr.

The Star Trek films have sadly not had the best time lately. The final film, Star Trek Beyond, was well received by critics but failed to wow at the box office, forcing Paramount to revaluate what direction it was going to take the franchise.

Incidentally, this is not the first time a "Star Trek" sequel has arisen out of multiple scripts. After all, there was a negotiation battle that involved Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth to return in the movie. This one sadly did not pan out due to a disagreement over the actors' salary. While Hawley is actually still connected to the venture, it is actually stopped meanwhile, as is actually the venture composed through Mark L. Smith (The Revenant) which was actually, at once, readied to be actually driven through Quentin Tarantino, though every the Deadline document he is actually no more connected to the venture. Unfortunately, this may no longer be the case.

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The decision comes five weeks after the studio named former 20th Century Fox film executive Emma Watts to be president of the Paramount Motion Picture Group.

On the other hand, Paramount continues with its idea of squeezing more the Star Trek franchise in the cinema with a film written by Noah Hawley ( Fargo ) that would start the franchise from scratch and another film that would once again have the cast led by Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto. The plot of the film is said to center on a virus that wipes out a huge portion of the universe. It was recently announced that Watts has put the brakes on the project with a desire to achieve greater clarity on where the franchise is headed before moving forward. He makes changes that greatly affect the present day, forcing Kirk and Spock to travel as well (Depression-era New York City) and avoid bone-altering changes.

"I didn't feel like we landed on a reason to revisit that yet", Hemsworth told Variety previous year as he wasn't sold on the Star Trek 4 script.

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