'Star Trek 4' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Simon Pegg Hints That He Might Be Writng The Next Movie

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Dec 08, 2016 08:55 PM EST
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This year "Star Trek Beyond" does not go well but the last two movies were considered as box office smashes. Simon Pegg, the writer of the movie, is thinking to start the film's script.

Simon Pegg is a "Star Trek Beyond" writer and actor. He tweeted on his official twitter account a photo that was reported to Gamespot. Simon Pegg captioned the photo that work may have begun on "Star Trek" film's script.

In the image, he was beside with Doug Jung. There is a robotic figure of JJ Abraham's production company Bad robot sitting on the desk too. There are three movies that have been produced by Bad Robot.

"Star Trek 4" will be launched on July as announced by Paramount. The star actor Chris Hemsworth will return to the series and he portrayed the role of Captain James T. Kirk's father in 2009 "Star Trek". The fourth movie will depend on the performance of "Star Trek Beyond". However, there is no official date when "Star Trek 4" will be released.

USS Enterprise is already in the planning stages according to Inverse. The screenplay is still untitled.  George Kirk played by Chris Hemsworth is having a last minute escape pod still remains unclear.  A previous press from Paramount Pictures and Sykdance indicated that there will be a return of Chris Hemsworth as George Kirk in the next film. The two writers are having a hard time on for the past three films.

"Star Trek 4" is expected to be a good film. The first film of "Star Trek" is "Star Trek: Discovery Casts" while the second is "Star Trek: Zero Dark Thirty".  "Star Trek 4" will be directed by Justin Lin and the next film will be the savior of the "Star Trek Beyond". However, there are still no official confirmations from the film production as to the involvement of Simon Pegg for "Star Trek 4."

 

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