Quentin Tarantino reportedly pitches idea for new 'Star Trek' movie

Quentin Tarantino reportedly pitches idea for new 'Star Trek' movie

Details are scarce on the shape Quentin Tarantino's proposed Star Trek movie will take, although thanks to the director's word himself we may actually have a good idea of which episodes he wants to tackle. Both entertainment outlets confirm the two now plan on bringing a writers room together for Paramount to flush things out.

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Last year, the "Pulp Fiction", "Django Unchained" and "Reservoir Dogs" screen legend confirmed his plans to retire after his tenth movie, adding: "Hopefully, the way I define success when I finish my career is that I'm considered one of the greatest filmmakers that ever lived".

"The only thing that limited them was their '60s budget and eight-day shooting schedule", Tarantino said in a 2015 Nerdist interview.

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Quentin Tarantino reportedly pitches idea for new 'Star Trek' movie

It's still early to speculate, but lucky for us, Tarantino has actually discussed his vision for a potential Star Trek movie before. He remains a producer on the current film series, even while he's entered the Lucasfilm universe with "The Force Awakens" and now "Episode IX".

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Following 2016's Star Trek: Beyond, helmed by Justin Lin, it's not yet known when the fourth film will be out, but Paramount has already teased what fans can expect. Moving beyond this stage would require a great deal of work before Paramount would consider greenlighting the project. A Star Trek film would be his first foray into taking the reins of a pre-existing film franchise, although he has done so before on television with episodes of ER and CSI.

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