J.J. Abrams Says No ‘Star Trek 2’ Script Yet

Zoe Saldana confirms that she will shoot ‘Star Trek 2’ before shooting ‘Avatar 2’.
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J.J. Abrams Says No ‘Star Trek 2’ Script Yet

Zoe Saldana confirms Star Trek 2 before Avatar 2 Despite a Report just a couple of weeks ago from screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman that stated they had 'broken' the story for Star Trek 2, director J.J. Abrams has come forward to say that no script has been written yet.

Abrams recently chatted with Hollywscoop.com, and he explained that he has nothing to say about the upcoming sequel, because there is no script at this point in time:

"We don't have a script yet. It is all still being worked out. It is too early to talk about what it might be. It hasn't happened yet."

Zoe Saldana was also there, and she had this to say about the upcoming sequel:

"I think Star Trek 2 is coming first. I will do that one first, and then I will do (Avatar 2)."

Star Trek Into Darkness was released May 17th, 2013.

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  • dan1 • 5 years ago

    @bane5000 That would be awesome. I'd love to watch a cat fight between them.

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    • daveactor7 • 5 years ago

      @bane lol

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      • bane5000 • 5 years ago

        i heard around the campfire that Rosario Dawson was interested in a role in part 2, possibly as a Klingon, imagine having her and Zoe in the same movie....mmm yummy :]

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        • dan1 • 5 years ago

          @Tronticon lmao, good one :)

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          • tronticon • 5 years ago

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            • dan1 • 5 years ago

              Wow, this article is out of control with the damn spam...

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              • rufio • 5 years ago

                good news.

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                • nightwing18 • 5 years ago

                  humm i wonder why

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                  • ejk1 • 5 years ago

                    Out of all the sequels or reboots coming out in the next few years, Star Trek is the one that least worries me. They know what to do, and I think we, as the audience, know what to expect.

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                    • narrator • 5 years ago

                      @D, they'll post-pone. Agreed fellas, no big hurry. Look at The Hobbit. It was supposed to come out last year. Not it's coming in 2012. But I think we all agree its gonna kick ass. Not saying this will be as worthwhile and epic as The Hobbit, but you get the point.

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                      • instead8909 • 5 years ago

                        feels like two

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                        • dan1 • 5 years ago

                          I hate to say it, but if they have to push back the release date for a better product, by all means, do it. I'd rather that then a hack job, as others have said. No surprise the lovely Ms. Zaldana is doing Trek 2 before Avatar 2, since Avatar 2 was 2014, no?

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                          • fanboy • 5 years ago

                            @Todd89

                            This is a 3 year wait, if you dont remember the first Star Trek came out in June 2009 and the second one is coming out in June 2012, hence 3 years

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                            • instead8909 • 5 years ago

                              I don't like half a*** films, it makes them campy and uninteresting. Instead of a two year wait make it three, and make them as believable as possible.

                              I really don't like rush jobs, it shows us that a director doesn't really care about the product.

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                              • fanboy • 5 years ago

                                They better get a working that script if the sense the movie comes out June 29th, 2012. Which means they will need to begin production around May/June of 2011

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                                • mattbierwagen • 5 years ago

                                  uh oh. Itll turn out im sure

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                                  • diaigma • 5 years ago

                                    No script and the film is out in 18 months? That's not a good sign : /

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                                    • thedude-abides • 5 years ago

                                      Agreed @Dave. Better to do it right than do it bad.

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                                      • daveactor7 • 5 years ago

                                        Disappointing, but I still look forward to this. Im glad theyre taking their time on this film

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