The final we heard, Legion and Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley had been approached by the studio to put in writing and direct the fourth Trek journey set within the Kelvin Universe, following 2016’s well-regarded however financially disappointing Star Trek Past, though there was little information for the reason that preliminary announcement final fall.
“I’m actually intrigued that the studio has introduced Noah Hawley into the Star Trek factor as a result of I've full respect for his work,” says Sallin. “I discover his work distinctive, participating, and engaging. I believe the man can be a particular expertise. I’ll be very curious to see what he brings to the franchise.”
If Hawley does launch Star Trek 4 and it does reignite the franchise at the field workplace, Sallin says he’s able to return along with his personal new pitch. Understandably, he doesn’t need to say far more about it — aside from that it will contain a unique set of characters.
“Except I'm utterly off base right here, it's utterly completely different,” Sallin reiterates. “Nothing has been accomplished like this and I believe it should develop into half of the canon. That’s all. I hope in the future to have the ability to have the assembly and have them say, ‘Hey, Bob, come on in, let’s discuss that.’”
For now, Star Trek appears targeted on the small display, with two exhibits already streaming on CBS All Entry and at least two extra on the best way. However since nobody has formally declared that the model is lifeless and buried within the theatrical area — and of course, because of COVID-19 we nonetheless don’t understand how that enterprise will look within the months and years forward — the concept that the producer of the best Star Trek film of all may return with a model new tackle the franchise is an intriguing one to say the least.