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Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Film Probably Isn’t Going To Happen

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino indicated that his Star Trek film may no longer happen.

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In the past, Quentin Tarantino has discussed his intention to retire after his 10th film and stated that his Star Trek project would be his final movie, should he commit to directing. However, Quentin Tarantino suggested he’s no longer going to helm a Star Trek film during an interview with Consequence of Sound:

While his fans were interested in seeing a Star Trek film from the revered filmmaker, Quentin Tarantino noted that his desire to retire contributed to his decision to step away from the project. As Quentin Tarantino explained, he reconsidered his plan to direct his 10th film while working on Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and has no idea what the story for another movie would be:

Are you disappointed to hear Quentin Tarantino probably won’t direct a Star Trek film? Was Quentin Tarantino a good fit for Star Trek? Let us know your thoughts on Quentin Tarantino’s latest update below!

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Meanwhile, the Star Trek franchise continues on CBS All Acces with Star Trek: Discovery and the upcoming Jean-Luc Picard series starring Patrick Stewart. The new show is set to follow Jean-Luc Picard 20 years after the events of the character’s previous adventure in Star Trek: Nemesis. Furthermore, the fourth movie in the latest Star Trek series is officially moving forward with Noah Hawley directing and Chris Pine returning.

Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek project as it develops!

Source: Consequence of Sound (via SlashFilm)