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Quentin Tarantino film Star Trek is unlikely to be directed

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Quentin Tarantino has indicated that it will not direct a planned new Star Trek film.

Back in December 2017, the Oscar winner was shown to think about producer J.J. Abrams, and both of them, began to develop an original original story for the sci-fi film.

Mark L. Smith, who wrote the epic drama The Revenant, was tasked with filming the Star Trek script and Tarantino Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, with the film maker trying to return to the film when it was folded. on the block.

However, it has been revealed by the 56-year-old person that he will not be involved in the Star Trek film – although he still hopes Paramount leaders will do it in the future.

"I think they could do the film so, but I don't think I have to guide it," he said to the Deadline. "It's a good idea. They should do it for sure and I'll be happy to come in and give them some notes on the rough first cut."

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Tarantino recommended last year that he would retire after making his 10th film, his next project.

Back in 2009, Abrams led the highly successful Star Trek restart, featuring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Zoe Saldana, who made over $ 385 million (£ 296 million) worldwide.

In addition, he conducted the sequence, Star Trek Into Darkness, which was conducted four years later, which made more than $ 467 million (NZ $ 705 million) worldwide.

Justin Lin, director of Fast & Furious, was employed for the third installment, Star Trek Beyond, in 2016, which was the lowest gross film in the series, making $ 343 million (£ 263 million).

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