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Tarantino mobster-planet movie could link reboot and Prime canon

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Since 2009, there have been two worlds of Star Trek: The Prime timeline that encompasses the majority of the franchise, and the Kelvin timeline that spans the three “reboot” films from director J.J. Abrams.

Since 2009, there have been two worlds of Star Trek: The Prime timeline that encompasses the majority of the franchise, and the Kelvin timeline that spans the three “reboot” films from director J.J. Abrams. Right now, the division between these parallel realities seems fairly stark. When Spock and Pike returned for Discovery Season 2, they were not played by reboot actors Zachary Quinto or Bruce Greenwood. If Kirk appears on Strange New Worlds, it’s a safe bet he won’t be played by Chris Pine. The Kelvin timeline is its own thing.

But what if it wasn’t? Recently, new emerged that Quentin Tarantino’s take on a possible Star Trek movie would go back to a zany concept from Star Trek: The Original Series. This concept could actually unite the Prime and Kelvin canons. In case Tarantino (or Paramount) is listening, here’s how to use the Mobster Planet from “A Piece of the Action” to bridge the gap between the two timelines. Wild speculation ahead.

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