Zachary Quinto on the Fate of Star Trek 4: I'm Not Really Attached to It Anymore
Despite being one of the most popular science fiction franchises of all time, the future of the cinematic Star Trek universe remains uncertain. Following Star Trek Beyond star Simon Pegg's comments on the world of Trek might be better suited to the small screen, his co-star, Zachary Quinto, has now weighed in, saying that he and his fellow crew members would be thrilled to once again boldly go where no one has gone before in Star Trek 4.
Sadly, Zachary Quinto does confirm that he is no longer attached to the franchise anymore, though whether this means contractually or spiritually is unclear. Quinto continues to discuss Star Trek, with the actor waxing a tad philosophical about the whole thing, expressing that whilst he would love to return, the world of Star Trek will get on fine without him.
While there is no confirmed plan for a fourth Star Trek movie at the moment, there is still hope for the franchise's return. Noah Hawley of Fargo and Legion is currently working on a script for a Star Trek movie, though it is unclear whether this will be a continuation of Simon Pegg's crew or a whole, new adventure. There have also been rumors swirling for years that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood's Quentin Tarantino has written a script for a presumably more violent Star Trek movie, though it is unlikely that we will ever have the pleasure of seeing that come to fruition.
Zachary Quinto is currently starring in the second season of the small screen supernatural horror drama NOS4A2. This comes to us from Comicbook.com.