Quentin Tarantino collaborates with J J Abrams for 'Star Trek'

Quentin Tarantino will develop a new Star Trek movie along with J J Abrams and shall direct the movie.

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Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is all set to develop a Star Trek movie with producer JJ Abrams for Paramount.

The Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained creator is primarily known for films which have a nonlinear storyline with a blend of satire, aesthetic violence, extended dialogues and soundtracks coming from the 80's and 90's.

As per reports, the Oscar-winning filmmaker has "a great idea" for the next installment of the sci-fi movie series. Tarantino has shared the idea with Abrams, who is busy at the moment preparing for Star Wars Episode IX, reports deadline.com.

Tarantino and Abrams are planning to build a writers' room. It has been revealed that if the script is approved by both parties then Tarantino might direct the much talked-about project and shall collaborate with Abrams who has been roped in to produce the movie.

Tarantino, 54, is currently working on a new untitled project which is based on Manson Family murders. He trying to get a distributor for the same.
Sadly, the untitled Star Trek project will probably be the last for Tarantino. He confirmed early last month that he will be retiring after his tenth movie.

With additional inputs from the desk.