After accepting the job to direct the upcoming Improbable 4 movie, director Matt Shakman has left his place as director of the following Star Trek movie.
In line with The Hollywood Reporter, Shakman — who was initially set to direct the upcoming fourth Star Trek movie in its rebooted sequence — has dropped out of the movie because of the scheduling points that may come up now that he’s joined Improbable 4. The transfer was confirmed by Paramount Photos, which stated in a press release that, whereas they remorse the choice, they’re grateful for his time spent on the property.
“Matt Shakman is an extremely gifted filmmaker, and we remorse the timing didn’t align for him to direct our upcoming Star Trek movie,” stated Paramount Photos. “We’re grateful for his many contributions, are excited concerning the artistic imaginative and prescient of this subsequent chapter, and sit up for bringing it to audiences all world wide.”
Shakman is finest recognized for his directorial work within the tv world, having directed the hit Disney+ sequence WandaVision, in addition to varied episodes of exhibits like Sport of Thrones, Succession, Mad Males, Six Toes Underneath, The Boys, Home M.D., Fargo, and It’s At all times Sunny in Philadelphia.
It’s been fairly a while in between Star Trek movies, with the final movie, Star Trek Past, releasing in 2016. Since then, Paramount has been doing market analysis into potential viewers curiosity for an additional Star Trek movie and decided that followers nonetheless cared sufficient concerning the forged for an additional film to be made with them.