New Star Trek Movie Dated for June 9, 2023 #SciFiSunday
A long time in the making but gives us some time to (possibly) feel safe to return to the movie theater, which we’ve missed tremendously! Via io9.
Five years have passed since the last Star Trek film—and now it seems we’re two years away from the next one.
Paramount did a big release date shuffle today and in the mix was the news that an untitled Star Trek movie is now set for June 9, 2023. In the past five years, there has been talk of several different Trek films, including one that would bring back Chris Hemsworth along with the Chris Pine-led cast, a Quentin Tarantino written one, and one by Legion’s Noah Hawley. However, most of those are long considered dead.
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