Prepare for the second round with Enterprise as Star Trek returns to the big screen in Paramount by tapping the new director for the latest movie series.
The deadline says Matt Shakman, the Emmy candidate behind the Disney + series WandaVision, controls the new Star Trek sequel. More information hasn’t been released yet, but Deadline notes that “the film brings back the original actor, the one led by Chris Pine.”
Production is reported to begin next spring, and Paramount and Bad Robot’s JJ Abrams will return to production. The script comes from Lindsey Beer and Geneva Robertson-Dworet. Beer will be linked to a number of boats for new projects, including a new one Teenage mutant ninja turtles and a Pet cemetery esiosa. Robertson-Dworet has a story Captain Marvel and a team with beer still unproductive Silver Sable for Sony Pictures.
Before Shakman got on board with Beer and Robertson, other projects that had debated this next Star Trek the film featured the composer of Quentin Tarantino Revenantine Mark L.Smith, co-author Fargo and Legion creator Noah Hawley and a sequel to NuTrek from authors JD Payne and Patrick McKay and director SJ Clarkson (Jessica Jones). Everything was arrested when Paramount wanted to re-evaluate its franchise treatment.
This coming Star Trek the sequel marks Shakman’s first major film trip. He previously worked in the theater before moving to television Philadelphia is always sunny, Fargoand The throne game. Shakman then found himself as an EP and director for one of Marvel’s most successful projects of all time with the hit series WandaVision, which received 23 Emmy nominees this week.