Tarantino Closes Door On Directing Trek Film

Quentin Tarantino Confirms He Probably Won't Direct A Star Trek Movie

No reason was given, but there is no doubt that Tarantino will continue to be questioned about his vision of Star Trek again and again in the future. Tarantino had been attached to a "Star Trek" film since December 2017 when it was reported he had successfully pitched an R-rated adventure to producer J.J. Abrams and Paramount.

Now, we know who probably won't be directing it: Quentin Tarantino.

That said the new cast a just superb and Abrams has stayed true to the legend while giving non hard core fans enough reasons to go, there are some in joke which the true fans will roll around on the floor at, but they are well placed and are additions to the film and don't drive it. "You should definitely do it and I'll be happy to come in and give you some notes on the first rough cut".

This development should come as no surprise to film fans. No one expected him to conclude his career playing in someone else's sandbox; he's even teased that his final film could connect to his own shared cinematic universe.


However, Tarantino appeared to take a sidestep away from the Star Trek project amid the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood press tour, as he admitted the Manson-centric movie could be his swansong, despite the fact that it is his ninth film and he previously stated he would like to retire from the industry once his filmography hits double figures. Emerging Fargo and Legion were recently hired to write and direct a reboot with a brand new cast, leaving Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Zoe Saldana in the dust.

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.

As of now, there has been no official announcement for Star Trek 4. That sequence has already been renewed for a second season, so the way in which ahead for Star Trek on television doesn't seem shiny. However, to this point, the property has arguably found its greatest success on the small screen. CBS All Entry Star Trek: Discovery is heading for its third season, and Patrick Stewart returns to the franchise in Picard later this month.

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