Star Trek is enjoying its most robust presence ever on television. Are five series ongoing, but now has come the worst news to Trekkers.
Matt Shakman’s departure last month caused the removal of the next movie from the list of productions at Paramount.
This fact causes Indefinitely delays the new film previously announced set to hit the big screen on December 22, 2023.
Shakman first became attached to the “Star Trek” sequel in the summer of 2021. In February, J.J. Abrams announced during the Paramount Global investors day presentation: a new “Trek” movie “will be shooting by the end of the year” and will feature “our original cast.”
An announcement was made before Pine, Quinto, and the rest of the cast had not yet officially signed up for the movie.
Paramount stayed with less than a year to secure the in-demand actors.
Multiple big names have been attached to the project, such as Quentin Tarantino, S.J. Clarkson, and Noah Hawley. However, none of them have been able to manage to get off the paper.
With the sequel now off its schedule leaves Paramount without plans for an entry in its most valuable franchise.
“Star Trek Beyond,” the third movie, was the lowest grosses of any of the “Trek” reboots from Bad Robot. Directed by Justin Lin in 2016, the film earned $343.5 million worldwide.