Are you excited about the prospect of a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie?
Deadline is reporting that Quentin Tarantino has "come up with a great idea for a Star Trek movie at Paramount", and is making plans to write and possibly direct the fourth Kelvin-verse film. There's a chance that if he likes the results, he might even direct it, though we question whether QT would want count it among his own films, since he's planning to make a limited number of movies.
The Hateful Eight director pointed to Star Trek: The Next Generation's "Yesterday's Enterprise" as one of his favorite of the franchise.
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Anonymous sources have told Deadline Hollywood that the Oscar-winning writer/director has "a great idea" for a new film in the sci-fi series, which he might direct with Abrams on board as a producer. It recently snagged a release date of 19 August, 2019. The excitement about this particular project wouldn't be the impact that Trek would have on Tarantino; it's what Tarantino would have on Trek. And he's shared that idea with fellow director J.J. Abrams (currently working on "Star Wars: Episode IX"). On an episode of Nerdist's podcasttwo years ago, Tarantino explained that while he was a fan of Abrams' Star Trek, he wasn't as fond of Star Trek Into Darkness. You could take some of the great classic Star Trek episodes and just easily expand them to 90 minutes or more and really do some incredible, fantastic stuff.
Second, Tarantino has said on numerous occasions that he plans to retire from directing films after his next two pictures.
It's not Tarantino's first time taking on the reins of an existing franchise as he has previously directed episodes of CSI and ER, and has expressed interest in taking on a James Bond movie.