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It’s been a weird week for Star Trek. On Monday, news broke that Quentin Tarantino might be directing the next Star Trek film. Later in the week came word that not only is Tarantino still planning to direct, but he also insisted his Star Trek movie be rated R, and Paramount agreed. Now here’s something new (sort of): Star Trek: The Next Generation star Patrick Stewart has expressed interest in appearing in the Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie, or Tarantino Trek as I call it, should there be a part for him. Sure, why not? Let’s make this happen.

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Quentin Tarantino Directing Star Trek

Here’s a story that sounds so out-of-this-world that I almost thought it was a prank: Quentin Tarantino might be joining the Star Trek franchise. A new report indicates Tarantino pitched a concept for a new Trek film to Star Trek producer J.J. Abrams, and that Abrams is planning to assemble a writers room to make Tarantino’s idea a reality. If it works out, Tarantino might direct the next Star Trek film himself. Again, we’re not making this up. The Quentin Tarantino Star Trek news is below.

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Next Quentin Tarantino Movie Release date

Quentin Tarantino‘s next movie doesn’t have a title yet, but it does have a release date. The film, which is set in Los Angeles in 1969 against the backdrop of the Manson Family murders, has been given a 2019 release date that suggests a certain amount of confidence from Sony, who recently signed on to produce the film for the acclaimed director.

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Why Quentin Tarantino Doesn’t Like Netflix

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Quentin Tarantino is clearly a cinephile, but don’t you dare ask him to stream movies. The Hateful Eight filmmaker has revealed his dislike for streaming services like Netflix in the past, and a newly unearthed interview provides even more insight into the Tarantino Netflix disdain. When will the Tarantino Netflix wars end?

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Plot of Next Tarantino Movie

Charles Manson is dead. The infamous cult leader, whose followers embarked on a murder spree that paralyzed Los Angeles in 1969, died of natural causes yesterday while spending nine consecutive life terms in prison. No one will weep for Manson, a genuine monster, but he remains a figure of fascination and the subject of more than his fair share of movies.

And while he won’t be the main subject in Quentin Tarantino‘s ninth movie, he is hanging around the fringes. The first plot details of the director’s ninth movie have emerged and they’re not what you’d expect. As previously reported, this is not a Charles Manson movie – it’s a movie set in the same landscape that Manson inhabited in Hollywood circa 1969.

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Quentin Tarantino Directing Star Trek

Update 2: Deadline reports that Sony has officially secured Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie. Production will begin next year for a 2019 release date. Leonardo Dicaprio, Brad Pitt, and Tom Cruise have had conversations with with Tarantino about a role.

Update: According to Variety, three studios are locked in a heated battle to secure distribution rights for Tarantino’s next movie. Warner Bros., Paramount, and Sony are vying for the rights, with WB and Sony each utilizing flashy presentations in an attempt to convince the filmmaker to choose them over the competition. Meanwhile, Deadline reports that Tom Cruise is being considered for a role. Our original article follows.

Quentin Tarantino takes on Charles Manson!” is such an intriguing headline that it’s not surprising that everyone assumed the Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds director was making an entire film about the infamous murderer and cult leader. However, Tarantino recently clarified that his movie is not specifically about Manson. Rather, his next movie is about the year 1969.

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Tom Cruise Quentin Tarantino

Tom Cruise in Quentin Tarantino‘s Charles Manson movie? It might happen! As the bidding war for Tarantino’s ninth film (which is set in Los Angeles in 1969 with the Manson family murders as a backdrop) heats up, a new potential cast member has surfaced: Tom Cruise. While the prospect of adding Cruise to the cast might be a long shot, the vision of Cruise and Tarantino working together is certainly intriguing.

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Final Carrie Fisher Family Guy Episodes

Family Guy is still going strong with their 16th season currently airing on FOX. However, the show lost one of their regular guest stars late last year when screen icon Carrie Fisher passed away. The actress had already recorded dialogue for episodes that had yet to air, and one of those episodes is airing tonight on FOX. This one is particularly special since in addition to featuring some of Fisher’s final work, it also serves as a tribute to directors Wes Anderson, Quentin Tarantino and Michael Bay.

The Family Guy episode in question, titled “Three Directors,” finds Peter Griffin fired from his job at the Pawtucket Patriot Brewery. Since Carrie Fisher voiced Peter’s boss Angela, we’ll get to see this scenario played out in three different ways, all in the style of the three aforementioned directors. Watch a couple clips from one of the final Carrie Fisher Family Guy episodes below. Read More »

Quentin Tarantino Manson Family Movie

The Quentin Tarantino Manson Family movie is currently in the market for a new home. After working exclusively with Miramax and The Weinstein Company for his entire directing career, the acclaimed writer-director parted ways with TWC following the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal. Now, his next film is in need of a new company. Codenamed #9, the script is said to focus on the events surrounding the Manson Family murders.

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Quentin Tarantino Directing Star Trek

We’re not sure when we’ll be getting another Star Trek to follow up Star Trek Beyond, but we do know that Paramount Pictures isn’t too happy with franchise producer J.J. Abrams after he decided to head back to Lucasfilm and Disney to direct Star Wars: Episode IX. The good news is that they don’t have to wait for him to get the sequel off the ground since Justin Lin proved to be a fine successor to the director’s chair. And there might be one more that you never would have considered

Quentin Tarantino is known for making movies like Pulp Fiction, Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, films that are all at once wild, violent, and complex with rich characters and crisp dialogue. Not all of those traits sounds like they would fit in with a mission involving the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, but if the opportunity presented itself, Tarantino has revealed that he would seriously consider boldly going there. Read More »