Simon Pegg blames a bad marketing campaign for Star Trek Beyond box office performance

A few days ago, Star Trek actor Simon Pegg revealed that Paramount Pictures already had a completed script for Star Trek 4 prior to Quentin Tarantino pitching his own idea for an R-rated instalment in the long-running sci-fi series.Paramount had already announced a fourth entry in the rebooted series prior to the release of Beyond-2016-movie-posters/”>Star Trek Beyond, which would have seen Chris Hemsworth reprising his role as George Kirk, father to Chris Pine’s James T.

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However, the studio applied the breaks (or at least slowed development down from warp speed to impulse power) on Trek 4 when Beyond didn’t quite perform as well as expected at the box office – something that actor and co-writer Simon Pegg attributes to a bad marketing campaign:“I think it was poorly marketed, to be honest,” Pegg tells Geek.

“If you look at a film like Suicide Squad, that was around for such

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