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Terminator and WandaVision alumni pen new Star Trek

Originally due for release in June 2023, the untitled film will now hit in December

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Despite announcing they were pushing the untitled film’s release back a year today, Paramount seem to be pretty keen to bless us with a new “Star Trek” movie in the next couple of years.

The project was recently announced to have signed Matt Shakman to direct, with said to be penning.

Today, THR’s Aaron Couch said James Cameron faves Josh Friedman and Cameron Squires have been assigned to write the latest draft.  Friedman is best known for his strong sci-fi contributions across such efforts as TV’s “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”, the film adaptation of H. G. Wells’ ”War of the Worlds” (2005), ”Terminator: Dark Fate” (2019), and ”Avatar 2”. Squires was a writer on Marvel’s “WandaVision.

The film’s released date has been adjusted; it’ll now released six months later than expected, arriving December 22nd 2023 instead of in the summer.

Meantime, ““Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” will now open a year later than expected -in June of 2023. It was initially due to hit theaters next summer.

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