Star Trek veterans group up to battle demons within the trailer for direct-to-video horror movie Devil’s Revenge. The movie’s solid consists of William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek: The Original Series and the six movies that includes its solid) and Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager and the upcoming Star Trek: Picard). The movie is written by Maurice Hurley, head author/producer of the primary two seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The movie’s solid additionally consists of Jason Brooks, Ciara Hanna, Jackie Dallas, and Annmarie Giaquinto. The movie is directed by Jared Cohn (Atlantic Rim, Born Bad).
The synopsis for Devil’s Revenge reads, “A down-on-his-luck archaeologist returns from a cave expedition that contains a cursed relic that’s also a portal to Hell. He discovers that the only way to stop the curse on his family is to go back to the cave and destroy the relic.”
ComicBook.com spoke to Shatner earlier this 12 months. When requested about resurrecting James T. Kirk for a sequence like Star Trek: Picard, he did not appear keen.
“That word, ‘resurrect.’ That’s a key word,” he mentioned. “You’d have to resurrect me, Shatner, so as to do the every day — I do not know what Patrick [Stewart] is doing doing that. Doing a sequence is debilitating for a younger guy, for a 25-year-old, which I used to be doing after I was 25 years outdated. It’s a bodily wrecker, it’s a psychological wrecker, and it’s a homewrecker ‘cause you’re working 14, 18 hours a day. And within the final sequence I did, Boston Legal, I had, in rush hour, a two-hour commute. So add that. So no, I’d not be concerned about doing a sequence, per se.”
In a separate interview, Shatner did specific curiosity in being part of Quentin Tarantino’s deliberate Star Trek movie. “Quentin Tarantino said something in the paper that somebody said to me, that he loved me,” Shatner mentioned. “And Quentin, I really like you. If you are going to do Star Trek 50 years later, just a few kilos heavier, come on. Not an issue! Well, I’d like to do it. Whether I’d be up for it, I do not know.”
Jeri Ryan is returning as Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Picard. Her presence is a technique that the brand new CBS All Access sequence brings plots from three earlier Star Trek sequence collectively.