『』Brent Spiner, who played the role of data in the series’ leading drama “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1987-1994), is looking forward to a reboot of the film. He said in an interview with Syfy Wire.
The current “Star Trek” series features “Star Trek: Discovery,” which is the day before the first drama “Star Trek: The Original Series” (1966-1969), and Jean-Luc Picard, played by Patrick Stewart. Currently developing mainly on “Star Trek: Picard” and the movie version “Star Trek” series produced by JJ Abrams. With JJ’s “Star Trek” series being positioned as a reboot of “Star Trek: The Original Series,” Brent sees a “reboot” of the “New Star Trek.”
Brent was asked about the future of the movie version of “Star Trek”.“I love recent movies (of’Star Trek’).”And comment.“Sooner or later, I think Star Trek: The Next Generation will be rebooted in the movie. A young actor will be appointed to our role.”.. Of course, this is probably based on the fact that the JJ version has new castings for familiar characters such as Kirk and Spock.
Brent returned to the role of Data in Season 1 of “Star Trek: Picard,” but after the film, he was negative about future replays.Also about the fact that a new actor will be appointed as the data role if “New Star Trek” is rebooted.“I’m looking forward to it. I think it’s good to have a spin-off from our show.”Said.
As of February 2021, a new movie of the JJ version of “Star Trek” is pending due to the influence of the new coronavirus. In November 2019, it was announced that Noah Hawley of “FARGO” (2014-) and “Legion” (2017-2019) would be the director and screenwriter, but in August 2020, the influence of the Corona disaster It was announced that the project would be suspended. Paramount Pictures is in the process of revisiting its policy, and Holy said, “I don’t think I’ll be shooting in the near future.” A new project for the original draft of Quentin Tarantino was also underway, but there are no concrete production plans at this time either.
Sources: Syfy Wire, TV Guide