Is There Another Star Trek Movie After Into Darkness?
Star Trek is a sci-fi franchise that has been popular for decades. It has captivated audiences with its unique universe and compelling characters.
The most recent Star Trek movie, Into Darkness, was released in 2013. Since then, fans have been eagerly waiting for another installment in the series. So, is there another Star Trek movie after Into Darkness?
The Status of the Star Trek Franchise
The Star Trek franchise has been around since the 1960s. Over the years, it has produced multiple TV shows and movies. The most recent movies were released in 2009 and 2013, both directed by J.J. Abrams.
After the release of Into Darkness, there was talk of a third movie in the series. However, things took a turn when J. Abrams left to direct Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Following Abrams’ departure, Roberto Orci was set to direct the next film. However, he ultimately stepped down from the role due to creative differences with Paramount Pictures.
The Future of Star Trek Movies
Despite these setbacks, there is still hope for another Star Trek movie in the future.
In 2016, it was announced that a fourth film in the series was in development with Chris Hemsworth returning as George Kirk – James T. Kirk’s father – and S.Clarkson directing this time around.
In January 2019 however it was reported that Paramount had cancelled plans for this film due to disagreements with actors Chris Pine (Captain James T Kirk) and Chris Hemsworth (George Kirk).
However earlier this year Quentin Tarantino also revealed that he had an idea for a new Star Trek movie and has discussed it with J.
While there is currently no official confirmation of another Star Trek movie after Into Darkness, fans can still hold out hope for a new installment in the series. With the franchise’s rich history and dedicated fanbase, it’s likely that we’ll see more Star Trek content in the future.
Whether it’s a continuation of the Abrams-directed movies or a new take on the universe from Tarantino, we’re excited to see what the future holds for Star Trek.