Star Trek movie with DC star brings bad news to fans

Star Trek was a popular series from the 1960’s and revamped by JJ Abrams, the film trilogy was moderately successful. Fan expectations for the fourth film are old.

The fourth film in the franchise has been confirmed by the head of Paramount, the sequel to Star Trek: Without Borders, would be in production with the direction of Matt Shakman, who directed the series WandaVision.

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Chris Pine, best known for his portrayal of young Captain James T. Kirk in the franchise, and Wonder Woman’s Steve Trevor, revealed some heartwarming information about the film during an interview.

“I haven’t heard anything about it,” Pine said. “I don’t have any new news.” When asked if he was still interested in putting the Starfleet suit back on, Pine expressed his openness if Paramount were serious about the project. “If that happens, I think we’d all like to come back,” Pine said (via CBR)

The production of the fourth film may be facing great disorganization when making the sequel official, but not having informed its protagonist of the return.

Chris Pine as Captain Kirk

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The Star Trek franchise, successful in the 60s on American television, won a reboot in 2009 in theaters, directed by JJ Abrams.

Remember the synopsis of the first film: “When the Romulan Nero comes from the future to exact revenge on the Federation, rivals Kirk and Spock must work together to stop him from destroying everything they know. In an exhilarating voyage filled with spectacular action, humor and cosmic danger, the new recruits of the USS Enterprise will travel through unimaginable danger, boldly going where no one has gone before.”

The sequels Star Trek: Into Darkness and Star Trek: Without Borders were released in 2013 and 2016, respectively.

Star Trek 4, still without an official title, is expected to hit theaters in December 2023.

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