Meanwhile, Variety reported that the two filmmakers have already begun work on setting up a writers' room to produce a script for the as-yet-untitled project. He also made it clear he wasn't a fan of Star Trek: Into Darkness, which Abrams directed. If the story is greenlit, it is not clear that Tarantino, now busy with pre-production of his film, which is about the Manson family, would have director or writer credits on the project. It recently snagged a release date of 19 August, 2019.
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Tarantino's gone on record with his love of this franchise before, so it's not entirely shocking to learn the director might have a Star Trek story up his sleeve worth telling. The excitement about this particular project wouldn't be the impact that Trek would have on Tarantino; it's what Tarantino would have on Trek.
The director told Nerdist that, given the choice, he would prefer to direct a Star Trek film over Star Wars. What's more - Tarantino might even direct. "You could take some of the classic Star Trek episodes and easily expand them to 90 minutes or more and really do some fantastic, awesome stuff".
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Making things even more uncertain for another Star Trek film, Paramount recently announced that they have ended their financing deal with China's Huahua Media, a deal meant to finance a quarter of the films that Paramount produced over the next three years. However, he has served as a for-hire director in television before, helming episodes of both ER and CSI.
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