Jul 18, 2016 06:02 AM EDT
'Star Trek 4' News & Spoilers: J.J. Abrams Hints Sequel and Chris Hemsworth Returns?[VIDEO]
As "Star Trek Beyond" is about to hit theaters next week, the next installment in the rebooted franchise has been talked about by many fans. Aside from that, there are some news that there will be two "Chis" actors in the next installment.
Recently, a journalist Scott Mantz tweeted that Chris Hemsworth return is on the table. Aside to "Thor" actor, Chris Pine will also return.
According to Mantz, Abrams told him that 4th installment of "Star Trek" will bring together the two "Chris" (Chris Hemsworth and Chris Pine). He also tweeted his photo and Abrams with a tweet.
"BREAKING!! #JJAbrams confirms to me that a 4th #StarTrek movie will bring together #ChrisPine & #ChrisHemsworth!!" Mantz tweeted.
Before the "Thor" actor will officially joined the next installment, he is now busy filming his upcoming movie, "Thor: Ragnarok." Earlier this, month, the actor has been teasing the movie on social media, particularly on Instagram. First, he posted a video of him in a black jacket and shorts. Next, he shared somewhat hillarious image of hammer with a caption, "expect big and little changes."
The image of the hammer has created some speculations. Some suggested that in the new film, helmed by Taika Waititi, Thor gets a new weapon, while some rumor suggested the U.S. army will protect Thor's mallet or Surtur will attack other people, Time reported.
"Thor: Ragnarok" will hit theaters on Nov. 3, 2017. If you miss Loki, portrayed by Tom Hiddleston, he will star in this movie. Other cast members are Cate Blanchett, Mark Ruffalo, Idris Elba, Anthony Hopkins and Tessa Thompson.
Speaking of Tom Hiddleston, the "Crimson Peak" actor introduced his rumored girlfriend, Taylor Swift to Thor family, according to Entertainment Tonight.
The British actor clarified that his relationship status with "Shake It Off" hitmaker is not a publicity stunt, but it is true, and the are genuinely together and happy.
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