Nine months after Paramount Pictures hired Noah Howley, creator of “Fargo” and “Legion”, to write and direct the next installment of the franchise, it has decided to take a break from making another “Star Trek” movie.
Emma Watts, a former twentieth-century Fox film executive, was appointed five weeks after the studio became president of the Paramount Motion Picture Group. Paramount had no comment. Sources have indicated that Watts Howley has put a brake on the project to get more clarity on how to handle the next “Star Trek” movie, but added that the project has not been vacated.
The studio produced another “Star Trek” project, produced by Quentin Tarantino and written by Mark L. Smith. Paramount is another “Star Trek” movie starring S.J. Tried to launch in 2018 with Clarkson directed and joined Chris Hemsworth starring.
Howley’s project was expected to see Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Carl Urban and Joe Saldana return to the crew in the United States to see Enterprise. J.J. Returning to Abrams ’‘ Bad Robot ’production, Holly also made it through his 26-key production banner.
Howley, executive producer of “Fargo” and “Legion”, made his directorial debut in “Lucy in the Sky”, starring Natalie Portman and John Hamm.
The original TV series was launched in 1966 and “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” opened in 1979 and became the fourth highest grossing film of the year. In the dark “and” beyond “in 2016.
The next movie will be the 14th franchise movie. Deadline Hollywood first broke the news.