Star Trek 4 definitively canceled

There have been many rumors about the movie Star Trek 4 for a while, but it seems like it will be a long time before the franchise returns to the movies.

In 2009, the director J. J. Abrams restarted the franchise of Star trek. Although it was not a super blockbuster, the film had very positive reviews, after that they released two more installments in 2013 and 2016. The leading actors have always said they wanted to return for Star trek 4 and there were interesting plans, but it seems that the movie has been canceled for good.

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Among the projects there were, it was speculated that Star trek 4 would have temporary trips and that the Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) would meet his father George Kirk (Chris Hemsworth). A brave man who sacrificed himself so that his wife and newborn son and thousands of others could save their lives.

But there were more plans, as the creator of Legion, Noah hawley, then signed on to write and direct a mysterious project, which many assumed was Star trek 4. But the filmmaker's comments made it look like he was planning to reboot the series one more time. While Simon Pegg played a lead role and co-wrote the screenplay for Star Trek: Beyond (2016), but even he had no idea what was going on with the cast of Chris pine (Captain James T. Kirk), Zachary quinto (Spock), Karl Urban (Doctor 'Bones' McCoy), Zoe saldana (Lieutenant Uhura), Simon Pegg (Scotty) and John cho (Sulu).

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What about Tarantino?

The R-rated film proposed by Quentin Tarantino It was something that seemed like a very good idea but it seems that it will not go ahead either. In addition the producer of Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan (1982), Robin Sallin, apparently he was also working on a possible movie that was going to become Star Trek 4. That means there were four different films in the franchise in various stages of development that would approach the material from very different angles. But it seems that none of them will happen, as Paramount is willing to give up on making feature films.

"Paramount is no longer in the business of making Star Trek movies," states a new report. “They see it more as a television property and are no longer willing to invest in future Star Trek movies. If one of the CBS shows takes off, that could change, but those shows aren't generating enough interest. "

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