Chris Hemsworth refused Star Trek 4 because of script issues

I didn’t want to be underwhelmed by what I was going to bring to the table,” he said. 0
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In an interview with Variety, Hemsworth, 35, said the script did not excite him enough, adding there was not a strong enough motivation to warrant his character’s comeback. However, the future of the film is uncertain after the talks between Hemsworth and the studio fell through last year. Hemsworth next stars in MIB: International, which releases in India on June 14. Advertising

It was reported in 2017 that the actor, who made a cameo as George Kirk in JJ Abrams’ 2009 sci-fi action film Star Trek, was in talks with Paramount Pictures to reprise his role in the fourth film. “I didn’t feel like we landed on a reason to revisit that yet. Chris Pine, who headlines the franchise, was also expected to return as Captain James T Kirk, the son of Hemsworth character.