Chris Hemsworth returns to the Star Trek movie soon. Click here for details
Chris Hemsworth appeared on the Star Trek opening scene in 2009 as George Kirk, father of James Tiberius, before switching to major Hollywood groups for his work as Toll in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Back then, after Beyond in 2016, Paramount took advantage of this to further enhance the potential benefits and had the wonderful idea of bringing Hemsworth back to Star Trek 4 and combining it with an adult child of Chris Pine. It was.
However, as you know, the plan did not work and the interaction with Hemsworth was severed. In any case, nobody wants to lose, because the alternative structure of Star Trek 4 is now moving again. Australian stars are not there, but We Got This Covered has found that the studio still intends to take him to another film.
In addition, our source Ewan McGregor says he returned to the Disney Plus show as Obi-Wan, and Ghostbusters 3 leads a youthful youth, and the two are ultimately valid. This was followed by sections 5 and 6 of the order, that of Noah Holly (Fargo) designed and adapted and restarted. On the other hand, I’ve heard that there’s little chance that he will appear in Quentin Tarantino’s R-Rated Trek movie. In light of this, the boss claimed his movement was part of a series of Kelvin events – free.
After all that has been said, Hemsworth recently announced that he finally rejected ST4 because he did not feel enough enthusiasm for the task. According to a recent report, more money should be raised. However, at this time, the remaining members of the Pine and Enterprise teams have returned to Star Trek 4 and will be ideal in the near future.