It'll be a Star Trek movie. Article over.

In all seriousness, Quentin Tarantino hasn't released too many specifics other than the fact that he's requested the movie be ​rated R. As the first ever R-rated Star Trek movie, this flick will be at least one year in the making, yet with the involvement of J.J. Abrams, the director of the two prior Star Trek films, the vision should be fresh while feeling slightly familiar.


True, J.J. Abrams' work on Star Trek has been lackluster at best in the past, but you're forgetting the blood, violence, cursing, and long running time Tarantino always promises. If that sounds like more torture- at least you know what you're getting yourself into this time around. Other than directing episodes of "CSI" and "ER," Tarantino only does original screenplays. This will be his first venture into an established franchise on the big screen.


Surprisingly enough, Patrick Stewart is incredibly ​on board with this movie idea.

“One of my dreams is to work with Tarantino," Stewart said. "I admire his work so much, and to be in a Tarantino film would give me so much satisfaction. So, if he is going to direct something to do with 'Star Trek' and there was the possibility of dear old Jean-Luc showing up again and doing that for Mr. Tarantino, I would embrace it."

Quentin Tarantino. Patrick Stewart. If you're not hyped up, you should check into a psych ward stat; I don't even like Star Trek and I think this is gonna be nuts.