Paramount officially reported Tuesday it is eliminating its untitled Star Trek film from a Dec. 22, 2023 delivery date in theaters.
The news wasn't a shock. In late August, The Hollywood Columnist uncovered that chief Adam Shakman has exited the undertaking
because of planning issues amid his jump of his leap to Fabulous Four for Marvel.
"Matt Shakman is an unbelievably gifted movie producer, and we lament the timing didn't adjust for him to
coordinate our impending Star Trek film," Paramount Pictures said in an explanation at that point.
"We are thankful for his numerous commitments, are amped up for the imaginative vision of this next part and anticipate carrying it to crowds from one side of the planet to the other."
The latest rendition of the content comes from Josh Friedman and Cameron Assistants, working from a draft from Lindsey Lager and Geneva Robertson-Dworet.
The following Trek film has for quite some time been being developed, with Vital wanting to rejoin Chris Pine and the group of the rebooted Enterprise that was first presented in J.J. Abrams' 2009 film, Star Trek.
Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldaña and John Cho are among the stars, with the crew most recently appearing in 2016’s Star Trek Beyond.