Quentin Tarantino to direct a first ever R-rated Star Trek film? Quite intriguing actually!

I know I have been staying away from movie news a lot, but this one sounds intriguing to me that I need to post about this one. Quentin Tarantino came up with the idea that he wants to make an R-rated Star Trek movie with the new reboot cast. It turns out that J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures both love the idea and they’re gonna give it a try.

If they’re gonna make it a hard-R, that means the film will be full of swearing, offensive and vulgar language which Tarantino is best at. Can you see a young Captain Kirk played by Chris Pine dropping F bombs throughout the movie? Not only that, it could open the doors for more gritty violence, blood and gore. Could the film also include more sexual content like more nudity? All of this could be possible.

A non-family friendly Star Trek film. Interesting.

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As a Star Trek fan, I’m all for this.

Could it help bring a wider auidience? I don’t know. The film will indeed turn off some longtime fans, but it could help bring many new ones too.

I’m actually interested in a Tarantino styled Star Trek movie. He’ll probably make it a full three hours. You know how Tarantino films usually are. It’ll be the same with Star Trek.

I don’t like Tarantino’s left-wing political views but he’s still talented. I’m still a fan of his. I still haven’t seen The Hateful Eight yet but since it’s on Netflix, I’ll get around to watching that film soon.

Kev

 

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