A writers room was assembled incredibly quickly, and Tarantino spent hours with scribes Mark L. Smith (The Revenant), Lindsey Beer (Chaos Walking), and Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3) to kick around ideas on how to tackle Tarantino's approach.
It looks like Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek film is happening, and it's happening fast. Smith is reportedly the frontrunner to get the gig, which would be significant as the first person to co-write a screenplay for a Tarantino-directed film since Roger Avary co-wrote Pulp Fiction.
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Also, Tarantino does indeed want to direct the film himself, although it'll have to take its place in the queue behind his new 1970s set movie, that's gone to Sony and been earmarked for a summer 2019 release.
Work on the script will continue as Tarantino shoots his next film, an untitled period crime drama, and then he'll make any decision once that is complete.
"One of my dreams is to work with Tarantino. One thing that might interest me would be to bring all the existing casts of Star Trek from the last 50 years together for one big story".
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When it comes to scripting, Smith's style would fit with Tarantino's vision. And it's not as if it's without precedent these days: Star Trek: Discovery has been pushing the boundaries on TV already thanks to the more relaxed regulations with home carrier CBS All Access.
Paramount is clearly banking on the fact Deadpool broke somewhat of a barrier in R-rated films landing major box office numbers, which has kept many a project PG-13 in the past.
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