Star Trek by Quentin Tarantino will be rated R
Recently reported by director Quentin Tarantino ( Pulp Fiction The Hateful Eight ) had an idea for a new movie from Star Trek that was enthusiastically received by series producer JJ Abrams ( Star Trek Beyond Star Wars: The Force Awakens ). Now Deadline has not only announced who has created Abrams for the writers room, but also that Quentin Tarantino's movie Star Trek will be rated R! The qualification was a point of friction for Tarantino to register as a director (all his films scored), and Paramount agreed to those terms. While the large-budget R-rated studio movies were the norm in the 80s and 90s ( Terminator 2 Rambo III True Lies The Matrix ), the practice reduced in the 2000s, with many franchises previously violent and charged with blasphemy degraded to PG-13 ( Die Hard Terminator etc.). The expensive film R has only become fashionable again in the last years with tentpoles like Mad Max: Fury Road Logan Deadpool and Blade Runner 2049 .
Screenwriters from List A assembled by Abrams to release their take on Tarantino's story include Mark L. Smith ( The Revenant The Hole ), Lindsey Beer (next Chaos Walking and Godzilla Vs. Kong ) and Drew Pearce ( Iron Man 3 Sherlock Holmes 3 Mission Impossible: Naughty Nation ). It is said that Smith is the favorite to get the concert, which would be significant as the first person to co-write a script for a film directed by Tarantino since Roger Avary co-wrote Pulp Fiction . It is also unknown if the new adventure Trek will include the current cast, or even take place on the same alternative timeline to the original series directed by William Shatner. Writers JD Payne and Patrick McKay were originally selected to write a Star Trek 4 that involved the return of Chris Hemsworth as Kirk's father, George, but he seems to be in limbo.
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Star Trek the first movie in the franchise restarted based on Star Trek created by Gene Roddenberry, earned more than $ 380 million worldwide in 2009. The second installment, Star Trek Into Darkness earned more than $ 460 million worldwide when it opened in May 2013. The third film in the series, Star Trek Beyond opened on July 22, 2016, raised more than $ 343 million worldwide.
Tarantino had never before taken a franchise in the film world, and his participation is Trek is tentative. His next film, which focuses on the murders of Charles Manson, is set in Sony and received a release date in August 2019, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Sharon Tate and four others on August 9, 1969. movie is currently being called # 9 . The sources also compared the film with Pulp Fiction by Tarantino and noted that it will have a budget in the range of Django Unchained that had a budget of $ 100 million but raised more than $ 425 million at the global box office.
It would be interesting to speculate on what a movie by Star Trek would look like with Quentin Tarantino's unique film style. What do you think about a movie of Star Trek by Quentin Tarantino? Let us know in the comments.