Filmmaker Matt Shakman is no longer boldly venturing into the Star Trek galaxy.
Shakman, who was helmed by A Trek The film, for Paramount, has dropped out due to scheduling issues as it takes off Fantastic Four For Marvel Studios. The film was a top priority at the Melrose Avenue-based studio and had a December 22, 2023 release date.
“Matt Shakman is an incredibly talented filmmaker, and we regret not aligning the timing for him to direct our upcoming Star Trek film,” Paramount Pictures said in a statement. “We are grateful for his many contributions, excited about his creative vision for this next chapter, and look forward to bringing it to a worldwide audience.”
Shakman came to the world of TV for Marvel’s Emmy-winning series, which recently won acclaim Wandavision. He pulled his teeth first It’s always sunny in Philadelphia before going up Game of Thrones. success of Wandavision (The show garnered a whopping 24 Emmy nominations and won three last year while becoming a pop culture fixture) making him one of the big, in-demand directors in town. Boarded by the filmmaker Star Trek 2021 summer movies. The most recent version of the script came from Josh Friedman and Cameron Squires, working from a draft by Lindsey Beer and Geneva Robertson-Dworet.
Next, next Trek The film has long been in development, with Paramount hoping to reunite Chris Pine and the crew of the rebooted Enterprise, which was first introduced in JJ 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 seen in 2016. Star Trek Beyond.
Quentin Tarantino and Noah Hawley are among the filmmakers who have other roles Trek Before Paramount opted to go ahead with a fourth installment for the Pine series of films.
The search for a new director will begin immediately, though it’s unclear at this point if the release date will change.