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J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot is nearing a $500 million deal with WarnerMedia. How will this impact their movie franchises with Paramount?
Chris Hemsworth reveals he turned down the opportunity to reprise George Kirk in Star Trek 4 because he was underwhelmed by the script.
Star Trek: Discovery brought the beloved sci-fi franchise back to TV but is it returning for season 3 or has it been cancelled?
Star Trek's mothballed Kelvin Timeline movies should be folded into the Prime Universe, as a Mirror Universe style parallel universe.
Spock actor Zachary Quinto remains hopeful Star Trek 4 will still be made, even after Paramount pulled the plug on the in-development sequel.
The Star Trek movies may be in limbo but on TV, Star Trek: Discovery is just the beginning of a new expansion for the franchise on CBS All-Access.
John Cho is optimistic that the fourth installment of the current Star Trek film series will still happen, despite it being shelved indefinitely.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie states he would 'gladly' accept an offer to helm a new Star Trek movie.
William Shatner expresses support for Chris Pine wanting more money to appear in Star Trek 4, citing the actor's leading man qualities.
Chris Pine confirms he still wants to appear in Star Trek 4, but that he's waiting to hear from Paramount to see if a deal can be worked out.
Dr. Leonard McCoy actor Karl Urban is confident S.J. Clarkson's Star Trek 4 will still happen, despite ongoing contract negotiations with Chris Pine.
Producer Adi Shankar believes Star Trek 4 could work without Chris Pine's Captain Kirk, as it would represent a cool challenge for the franchise.
Independent director Kevin Smith chimes in on Paramount Pictures' troubles with Star Trek 4, doubting the movie's success without Chris Pine's Kirk.
Contract negotiations for Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth to return in Star Trek 4 have collapsed, but the film is still expected to move forward..
Despite some behind-the-scenes confusion with its scripting process, Star Trek 4 is reportedly set to begin filming as early as January 2019.
Star Trek 4 is reportedly targeting A-list actresses to cast two new lead female roles, including the film's primary villain.
Black Panther and The Walking Dead actress Danai Gurira is reportedly eyeing a role in S.J. Clarkson's Star Trek 4, starring J.J. Abrams' cast.
Plot details are unknown. The film will be the fourth franchise installment set in the Kelvin Timeline and feature Chris Hemsworth returning as George Kirk. Artwork is from Star Trek Beyond.