While Star Trek: Discovery is impressing fans with an extra dose of “ ,” it looks like the Star Trek 4 movie has been put on hold indefinitely. (Disclosure: CBS is CNET’s parent company.)
jumping off the Enterprise to direct the upcoming HBO’s , Deadline reported Tuesday., is
With both the director gone and two of the stars walking away due to salary disputes, Star Trek 4 sadly won’t be engaging audiences anytime soon.
Paramount Pictures didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
But Star Trek fans shouldn’t feel too distraught. In addition to Star Trek: Discovery, fans also have more than one new animated series to look forward to.
On Tuesday, producer and writer Alex Kurtzman told The Hollywood Reporter there’ll be a “minimum of two” animated series as he continues to build out the Star Trek franchise.
If that’s not enough Star Trek: Discovery spinoff starring Michelle Yeoh, and from producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage in the works.for fans, there’s also the , a
Season 2 of Discovery premieres on CBS All Access in the US on Jan. 17, and on Netflix around the world. The new season begins with an episode titled Brother, which picks up right where season 1 left off with the arrival of the Enterprise.
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