Karl Urban Says He’d Be Satisfied If ‘Star Trek Beyond’ Was Final …

We might never see a fourth installment of J.J. Abrams’ rebooted Star Trek film franchise. And if that’s a case, Karl Urban would be ok with that.

Urban, along with some-more than 100 other Star Trek celebrities seemed during Creation Entertainment’s annual Star Trek Las Vegas gathering final weekend. While on stage, a actor who played Leonard “Bones” McCoy in a Kelvin Timeline trilogy, pronounced there’s a “genuine desire” to continue and do a fourth film. However, if 2016’s Star Trek Beyond does, in fact, spin out to be a perfection of a series, he pronounced he’d be really confident going out on that note.

Star Trek 4 was officially announced by Paramount final July. Since then, really small has been discussed and even a actors, including Karl Urban, have nonetheless to be notified.

Urban and judge Scott Mantz during STLV
Urban and judge Scott Mantz during STLV

The 45-year-old actor told judge Scott Mantz and a Las Vegas assembly that Beyond was a many beguiling of a 3 films to work on. “We were like family” Urban pronounced of his Star Trek castmates Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Anton Yelchin and Simon Pegg.

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Wanting to respect DeForest Kelley

Urban also reiterated that he grew adult examination Star Trek and wanted to respect DeForest Kelley, a strange McCoy, with his interpretation of a character. Urban suggested that his description of McCoy brought Star Trek‘s strange Spock, Leonard Nimoy, to tears a initial time he saw him play a impression in Star Trek (2009).

Karl Urban in Star Trek Beyond
Karl Urban in Star Trek Beyond (photo credit: Paramount Pictures)

Urban roughly didn’t lapse for Star Trek Beyond

Urban credited Star Trek Beyond executive Justin Lin as one of a pushing army and reasons he returned for a third film, observant “I was a small unhappy with a miss of growth with McCoy [in Star Trek Into Darkness]” and while he enjoyed operative on a initial dual films “I didn’t have most to do.”

Anton Yelchin’s death

He went on to speak about compelling Star Trek Beyond, following Anton Yelchin’s death, usually weeks before to a release. It was “the toughest thing we ever had to do” Urban said.

“Anton was such a pleasing man. He’s irreplaceable.”

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