2017 has been quite a sensational year for all the movie zealots out there. The confirmation of a few more sequels added to the already released great movies have only made the year better. To add to it is another certain sequel from the Star Trek franchise. Nicholas Meyer, the writer of Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek: The Voyage Home and Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, has admitted that he is working on another Star Trek project.
Speaking to TrekMovie on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of Wrath Of Khan, Nicholas Meyer spoke a few words to tease the project’s existence. He didn’t clearly mention whether the project is a movie or a TV show. He said,
“One thing that has nothing to do with Discovery is that I am working on another Star Trek project but I can’t discuss that either.”
Star Trek is expected to return to television after almost a decade with Star Trek: Discovery. It has been a painful wait for all the fans but one of the producers has assured that it will be all worth the wait. He cleared out that they didn’t wanted to stoop low to dish out a below par content and thus are spending as much time as it takes to deliver the perfect one.
It is worth a thought whether the new project would be a movie or a TV series. While there is already a TV series coming up, another one will look a far-fetched concept. A fourth movie in the JJ Abrams’ Kelvin-verse too sounds strange but looks to be more certain. Fans won’t mind either of them though after waiting for that long since the last Star Trek installment.
TrekMovie tried their luck to clear out the uncertainty but failed eventually. They pointed out, “Are we talking more feature film because as far as I know, there is only one television project, I assume.” Meyer proved too tough to crack though as he remained tight lipped and just had three words for a reply. He said, “You can assume.”
As for assuming we can even go on to assume the complete plot on our own but we do like a word of confirmation from the ones authorized. Whatever it is we hope it is worth all the wait and suspense. How long will it take for the next project to come up? Do throw up your guesses in our comments section below.