Paramount Chairman and CEO Brian Robbins has actually shown that he and present “Star Trek” franchise innovative lead Alex Kurtzman are thinking about a four-quadrant “Star Trek” animated household motion picture.
In addition, they are taking motivation from the well-known “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” regarding what they intend to accomplish with the job.
The set talked to THR throughout promo for the just-launched kids animated series “Star Trek: Prodigy” which would likely connect into stated motion picture, and Kurtzman states:
“‘ Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is still among the very best motion pictures over the previous years, animated or not. It’s simply an amazing piece of artistry. I opted for my entire household and another household and all of us sat there with our jaws on the flooring. Eventually, ‘Star Trek’ has to do with household, it’s about these huge universal styles. Getting to narrate like that, specifically provided the level of movie theater we’ve currently given the tv program, is a fantastic chance. It would delight me to do that.”
Neither Robbins nor Kurtzman commented particularly on any possible live-action “Trek” movie in advancement. The franchise’s big-screen efforts have actually cooled with the last movie opening back in 2016, however Robbins did discuss Trek’s big-screen future:
” Where we opt for the franchise next theatrically is essential to the health of the general franchise. There’s no doubt that huge theatrical films are the beacon that sparks franchises. We’re in it and I do not actually have anything to state since I’m awaiting the advancement to be provided. I can’t wait to start on it; we’re not there yet, however we require to arrive quickly.”
He then validated he was discussing what might be the next live-action film and was consequently asked if Alex or J.J. Abrams would be included to which he stated:
” We do not understand enough. We’re dealing with a number of fronts and undoubtedly, Alex is the secret for the franchise[on Paramount+] J.J. has actually been the keeper of the franchise on the movie side. We hope that as a business that we do what’s right for the franchise entirely … There’s a lot going on and I’m simply going to leave it at that.
The concept is what do we do next for the franchise that’s going to work for the next 5 and 10 years, not simply one motion picture at a time like Alex has actually spoken about. That’s what we truly need to determine.”
While the movie side is still assembling its pieces, the television side of the franchise is going complete steam ahead with 2 live-action series and 2 animated series presently on the air and a 3rd live-action series en route.