Are you excited about the prospect of a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie?
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A sci-fi/action movie like Star Trek would be firmly outside of the wheelhouse for Tarantino, who is known for his violent, dialogue-heavy and usually completely original films.
Anonymous sources have told Deadline Hollywood that the Oscar-winning writer/director has "a great idea" for a new film in the sci-fi series, which he might direct with Abrams on board as a producer. After all, the director and Academy Award-winning writer has always developed his own ideas, and has never made a move that didn't garner an R rating. And Paramount already expressed a desire for a fourth Chris Pine-led Trek installment to follow up the ehhh that was last year's Star Trek Beyond.
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But Tarantino has worked on projects associated with existing franchises in the past, though that's been limited to television.
Tarantino grew up a fan of William Shatner's Kirk and has called Harlan Ellison's "City on the Edge of Forever" his favorite episode of the original series. It's one of the classic stories of all time, and one of the great time-travel stories. "It actually could bear a two hour treatment". But perhaps the director's 2015 Nerdist interview provides the most tea leaves for present day reading.
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His next movie, about the Charles Manson murders, stars Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate and is expected in theaters August 19, 2019.