With chatter spreading a couple of doable Quentin Tarantino and “Star Trek” crossover, William Shatner is definitely right here for it.
Whereas any movie-lovers don’t like the thought of Tarantino bringing his gory fashion to the beloved franchise, the “Star Trek” legend isn’t understanding the hate.
“Why are folks plotzing about this?” he requested his Twitter followers. “It’s my understanding that ‘Star Trek Discovery’ has used expletives in some episodes.”
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He added, “Why aren’t folks melting down over that?”
The final three movies within the franchise, “Star Trek”, “Star Trek Into Darkness” and “Star Trek Past” had been all rated PG-13, whereas Tarantino’s 9 movies all have an R-rating.
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Earlier this week, Tarantino confirmed to Empire journal that his “Star Trek” film shall be rated R if he steps behind the digital camera. “Oh yeah! It’s an R-rated film,” Tarantino. “If I do it, it’ll be R-rated. There’s a script that exists for it now. I have to weigh in on it, however I haven’t been in a position to try this but.”
And earlier this yr, on the Cannes Movie Competition the director informed /Movie that his personal “Star Trek” is “a really large chance.”