All upcoming Star Trek movies ranked by anticipation

As we wait to hear any kind of updates or announcements regarding these potentially upcoming Star Trek titles, let's talk about them and the hype for their arrival.

Chris Pine plays Kirk in Star Trek Beyond from Paramount Pictures, Skydance, Bad Robot, Sneaky Shark and Perfect Storm Entertainment
Chris Pine plays Kirk in Star Trek Beyond from Paramount Pictures, Skydance, Bad Robot, Sneaky Shark and Perfect Storm Entertainment /
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Nov. 1, STAR TREK BEYOND, 8:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT CBS announces the return of the CBS SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIES on Oct. 4, with six fan-favorite films from the Paramount Pictures library, including three "back to school"-themed comedies, FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF, OLD SCHOOL and CLUELESS; a thriller just in time for Halloween, SCREAM; an out-of-this-world action adventure, STAR TREK BEYOND; and a comedy to enjoy during Thanksgiving weekend, COMING TO AMERICA. The first five movies will air on consecutive /

3. A Star Trek Origin movie in the Kelvin Timeline

While there isn't a lot of news on this, the latest scoop hints that a new adventure set way back in time, way before our favorite captain with those dreamy, deep blue eyes – ahem, Chris Pine – took the helm in the 2009 Kelvin timeline is in the works. Imagine a Star Trek world where Pine's charming smirk and presence are still just a twinkle in the universe's eye! This would be like finding an old treasure map in your attic leading to uncharted star systems.

The dynamic duo of Toby Haynes and Seth Grahame-Smith are reportedly joining forces for this interstellar escapade. Haynes, the maestro behind the best thing to ever grace the Star Wars universe, Andor, teams up with Grahame-Smith, a wizard in both the literary and scriptwriting realms. This pair sounds like they've got the right stuff to take us where no Star Trek fan has gone before.

And let's not forget, the Star Trek universe isn't just surviving - it's thriving with shows like Discovery, Picard, and Strange New Worlds.