‘Star Trek 4’: Chris Hemsworth Says He Would Love To Return To The Franchise

Before he was known as Thor in the movies from Marvel, Chris Hemsworth had a brief participation in ‘Star Trek‘ (2009) as Captain George Kirk, father of the character from Chris Pine.

And, as the franchise makes room for time travel and the multiverse, it would be possible to bring Hemsworth like George Kirk all over again.

During an interview for the vanity fairthe star was asked if he would reprise the role, to which he replied:

“A few years ago, there was talk about me doing a new movie. [da franquia] with Chris Pine. The script was even written, but shelved. if JJ Abrams call me tomorrow and say: ‘Chris Pine and I want you back,’ I’d probably say, ‘Of course, let’s go for it!’”

It is worth remembering that a 4th film is already being developed by paramount with the return of Abrams as producer, so Hemsworth could have one more part in the saga.

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Despite the expectation, Zachary Quinto not sure if the film will start filming anytime soon.

Spock’s interpreter is currently performing in the play ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?’in which the director of the coming ‘Star Trek 4′, Matt Shakmanworks as an artistic director.

In an interview for the The Hollywood Reporter, Fifth talked about the future of ‘Star Trek’ and did not hide his anxiety to reunite with the cast.

However, he stressed that it will still take time for that to happen.

“It’s not going to be filmed anytime soon. Despite the announcement, I don’t know if we’ll record this year. To tell you the truth, I don’t know when it will happen.”

He continued:

“I always make it clear how much I want to make this new movie. But until we get something concrete, until someone tells me: ‘we’re going to shoot on such a date, here’s your script, get ready’ – I’ll be waiting with some disbelief. I’m not really attached to it in any way until I’m sure it’s actually happening.”

Previously, Chris Pineinterpreter of Captain Kirk, revealed to the Variety who wasn’t even aware that the project was announced.

“I think everyone was like, ‘Did you hear about this?’ [Risos]. We’re usually the last people to find out, but I know we’re all excited. Whenever they want to send us a script, we are ready for it.”

Asked if he could reveal any details about the sequel, pine said that:

“We still haven’t received a script. So I know absolutely nothing about the new movie, but what matters now is that [a produção] is happening.”

Although the script is still in the works, the star would have been the first to sign the comeback contract and revealed that he only did so because he loves the franchise with all his heart.

“I’m very excited. I love the story. I love ‘Star Trek‘. I love these guys that have been with me since the first movie. That’s why I signed it.”

According to the portal, Abrams believes that the new film should start shooting by the end of this year.

“We are excited to say that we are hard at work on a new movie from ‘Star Trek’which will be filming towards the end of the year with the return of our original cast and some new characters that will be very fun and exciting.”

He continued:

“We’re excited about this movie, we have a bunch of other stories that we’re talking about that we think are going to be really exciting, so we can’t wait for audiences to see what we’re cooking up. Live long and prosper.”

The screenplay originally written by Noah Howley (‘Legion’) is being reworked by Lindsey Beer (‘Sierra Burgess is a Loser’) and Geneva Robertson (‘Captain Marvel’, ‘Tomb Raider: Inception’).

Still without a title and premiere date, there is no information about the plot of the new film, but updates should be released in the coming months.

Remembering that the last film in the franchise was ‘Star TreK: Without Borders‘, released in 2016

Directed by Justin Lin (‘Fast and Furious 9’), the feature grossed only US$ 343.4 million around the world, from a budget of US$ 185 million.

Despite this, the sequel was very well received among critics, reaching 86% of approval in Rotten Tomatoes.

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