"Of Course Not": Chris Pine Update Shuts Down Star Trek 4 Return

  • Chris Pine shuts down plans for his return as Captain Kirk in Star Trek 4, stating he has no knowledge of any forward movement on the film.
  • High-profile directors have left the project due to "creative differences," contributing to the film's development difficulties.
  • Pine expresses his resignation that a fourth installment of the Star Trek series is unlikely to happen anytime soon, claiming he hasn't seen any scripts.
Chris Pine gives a curt update that shuts down whether there are plans for him to return as Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek 4. The fourth Star Trek film produced by J.J. Abrams has been in development hell for several years. High-profile filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino, Noah Hawley, S.J. Clarkson, and Matt Shakman have been attached to direct Star Trek 4, but they all left due to "creative differences." Meanwhile, Pine has expressed his willingness to reprise Kirk, but he seems resigned that it's unlikely to happen any time soon.
During the promotion of his new Disney animated film, Wish, Chris Pine was asked by ComicBook if he has any knowledge of forward movement on Star Trek 4, and the actor was blunt in his response. Check out his quote below:
"Not that I know [of]," Pine told ComicBook.com when quizzed about plans for a fourth installment. When we asked if he had seen any scripts, he said, "Of course not."


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