Hawley was the latest auteur brought in to try to revive the Trek film franchise, which screeched to a halt following the excellent Star Trek Beyond.
We’re not doing Kirk and we’re not doing Picard.
Although it’s been reported that Noah Hawley’s Star Trek movie is dead, he insists it is “still alive, just in stasis.”
But four years after Star Trek Beyond, we still don’t have a clear sense of what comes next.
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