Nicholas Meyer pitched Paramount Pictures on a thought for Star Trek 4. Meyer is the overseer of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Just as the co-author of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Meyer got on the Star Trek establishment as somebody who wasn’t a fan initially. Yet has created probably the most persuasive pieces in the arrangement that numerous fans have needed to see him return.
Meyer had as of late been dealing with building up a prequel arrangement to Star Trek II. The Wrath of Khan that would have zeroed in on Khan Noonien Sighn and his time pariah on Ceti Alpha V. The arrangement didn’t emerge as Paramount has selected to place the attention on future stories in the Star Trek course of events like Star Trek. Picard, Star Trek: Prodigy and how the latest period of Star Trek: Discovery moved the characters up in the timetable. In any case, it creates the impression that Meyer likewise pitched another Star Trek film to Paramount.
The idea of filling in openings in the Star Trek sequence shows the pitch might have been a prequel. That could find a way into either the first film arrangement or Kelvin course of events before they veered. The Kelvin timetable was made as another beginning stage for watchers who didn’t require the long periods of coherence of the past Trek projects. And has been the focal point of the latest three dramatic movies. The Star Trek arrangement on the new Paramount+ all happen in the first timetable. And that has been the latest extension of Star Trek. The situation with Star Trek 4 and the Kelvin timetable seems to in any case be not yet decided.