Noah Hawley's Star Trek Reboot Movie is On Hold - /Film

Brenda Watkins
August 9, 2020

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.

Following the underwhelming box office numbers for Star Trek Beyond, the film franchise of Paramount's long-running sci-fi universe has struggled to find a path forward and while Legion's Noah Hawley signed on to write and direct a fourth film in Abrams' Kelvin Timeline, it appears the project has stalled at the studio, according to Deadline.

Hawley, executive producer on "Fargo" and "Legion, made his feature film directorial debut on "Lucy in the Sky", which stars Natalie Portman and Jon Hamm". Sources indicated that Watts has put the brakes on the Hawley venture with a goal to get extra readability on learn how to deal with the following "Star Trek" film, however added that the venture has not been ditched. It is now unknown if this could be a reason behind the project being put on hold.

The second script is the one written by The Revenant scribe Mark L. Smith, which Quentin Tarantino was once attached to direct.

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Hawley's venture was anticipated to see Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl City and Zoe Saldana returning to crew the usS.

In regards to THR's report, worth a mention is that the rumors said Star Trek is getting re-evaluated, which is what THR says about the Hawley Star Trek, and Doomock also said an announcement would be coming in June or July, so we see Doomcock was only a week off.

"The fact is, Star Trek movies don't make Marvel money".

That Quentin Tarantino's cinema is very different from what the science fiction series Star Trek is more than evident, but one of the many surprising things about the director is that he is a huge fan of it, that's why when it was announced Back in 2017 that he was going to direct a Star Trek movie didn't seem like such a far-fetched idea. New film chief Emma Watts, who managed many a franchise at Fox, is in the process of figuring out which way to go.

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