Quentin Tarantino may not be making the Star Trek film

Brenda Watkins
January 16, 2020

Although not as interesting as it would be had he directed it, "Story by Quentin Tarantino" still sounds like it could confer some interest.

No reason was given why, but there's no question Tarantino will continue to be asked about his Star Trek vision again and again in the future.

Most likely to happen at Paramount is Noah Hawley's Star Trek. And it didn't seem possible to go out in a considerable franchise success. It's such a wild idea - the thought of a Tarantino and Trek crossover.

He also helmed the sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, four years later, which made more than $467 million (£359 million) globally. He did enterprise. However Paramount needed to show it right into a billion-dollar grocery store like Star Wars or Quick and Livid, in order that they selected Justin Lin, Quick and Livid's assistant, for the third film, Star Trek Past.

There was a proper sequel that brought Chris Hemsworth from the 2009 film and S.J. Clarkson (Jessica Jones) directing but separated due to a wage dispute with Hemsworth and Chris Pine.

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Tarantino says: "I think they are making this film, but I just don't think I will stage it". But new characters often include new ones cast.

Despite enjoying this film to the full I do still have some reservations, the story, although good and honours the Star Trek 40 year legacy it does take some liberties, the opening is really well done and I think true Trek Fans will love it, but, and I hope this isn't too much of a spoiler, the time travel aspect of the film can be a little hard to swallow. That movie was generally known as R rated, and it's nonetheless potential that it was ultimately, nonetheless at this second, it seems that evidently the Hawley movie has momentum. Over two years later, Tarantino seems ready to leave "Star Trek" behind.

For Tarantino, it's taking a yr and a half subsequent yr to jot down a information and a play, then he must direct 5 episodes of the television sequence As quickly as Upon a Time in Bollywood Regulation Hollywood that he did as evaluation.

Quentin Tarantino's long-gestating journey with "Star Trek" appears to be coming to an end. He wrote, then he'll work on his tenth and final movie.

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