Fargo maker Noah Hawley doesn’t think his Star Trek 4 is occurring, however he’s accepting it all. In 2009, J.J. Abrams restored Star Trek on the big screen with a gleaming new film fixating on substitute adaptations of the Enterprise team from The Original Series. Abrams’ Star Trek prompted two continuations, and however there were starting designs for a Star Trek 4 fixated on a similar cast, they tumbled to the wayside following the disillusioning reaction to 2016’s Star Trek Beyond. From that point forward, the eventual fate of the Star Trek film establishment has stayed in an in-between state.
Last November, it appeared as though progress was being made when Fargo plan Hawley was tapped to compose and coordinate the following Star Trek film. Fans at first expected it would be the hotly anticipated Star Trek 4, however Hawley later cast question on that when he depicted the task as a “fresh start.” This was somewhat of a blow for Star Trek 4’s possibilities. Hawley’s film at that point took a much more radical turn when reports recommended Paramount was placing it on hold while considering two extra Star Trek thoughts, one of which would bring back Abrams’ cast, or the “Kelvin timetable” group.
Presently it really seems as though Hawley’s Star Trek is not, at this point likely. In another meeting with Deadline about the season finale of Fargo, Hawley was inquired as to whether he actually trusts Star Trek is in his future. Shockingly, it doesn’t appear to be. The maker offered a conciliatory response, refering to Paramount’s changing needs as the explanation it has been stopped. Hawley stated:
It doesn’t have all the earmarks of being in my short term. I think when Emma [Watts, Paramount’s president] came in, she investigated the establishment and needed to change course with it. Yet, you know, life is long, we were near creation however around here that doesn’t mean a lot. You had the chance to escape the door to be in the race if you catch my drift.