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Yelchin On Star Trek 3 Director

Posted by T'Bonz - 13/12/13 at 08:12 am


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Anton Yelchin is confident that Star Trek 3 will find the right director.

After news broke that Joe Cornish will not be directing, Yelchin commented on the search for a director for the next installment of the Star Trek story.

“…whoever they choose I’ll be excited to work with,” he said. “I trust the people involved and trust that they want what’s best for the film. I’m sure they’ll find someone talented.

“If it’s not Joe Cornish, who’s very talented, it’ll be someone else. I think everyone’s very smart.

“Everyone at Bad Robot, J.J. [Abrams] and Bryan Burk are all very, very smart people. So they’ll do what needs to be done for the film and I’ll be excited to find out what that is.”

Yelchin is currently filming Burying the Ex, in which he plays a man whose overbearing girlfriend dies, but comes back as a zombie.

Source: Female First

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  • Daniel1

    What about a new series, no more films.

  • nevilleross

    Not gonna happen, and not with the man in charge of CBS at this time (Leslie Moonves) who hates sci-fi and Star Trek in equal measure (note the kind of shows on the air on CBS now.)

    Also, and as much as I hate to say this, Star Trek has been passed by stylistically and in many other ways by .Mass Effect, Game of Thrones, and Battlestar Galactica; for it to work now, it would have to be like those series..

  • Kang the Unbalanced

    Star Trek 3: The Search For A Director Who Doesn’t Suck?