The fourth instalment of the rebooted Star Trek franchise has lost two main cast members following failed pay negotiations.

According to a new report, Chris Pine and Chris Hemsworth won't be appearing in Star Trek 4. The Hollywood Reporter states that both actors have walked away after failing to come to an agreement with Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media.
据报道,克里斯·派恩 和克里斯·海姆斯沃斯将不再出演《星际迷航》第4步。媒体《好莱坞报道》表示两人和派拉蒙影业公司、好莱坞制作公司 Skydance Media未能达成合作协议。

The film's other cast members are all expected to return.

Pine has played Captain Kirk across three films, the first two of which were directed by JJ Abrams. Thor star Hemsworth was set to return as his father, having originally played the role in the prologue of the 2009 film.

Sources claim that their departure comes after studios reneged on existing deals which would have seen them take pay cuts amid budget changes caused by the third instalment's lacklustre box office performance. Released in 2016, Star Trek Beyond grossed $343m (£268m) worldwide compared with predecessor Star Trek Into Darkness' global haul of $467m (£366m) in 2013.

The project is said to be moving ahead regardless with female director SJ Clarkson taking over the reins from Beyond filmmaker Justin Lin.
第三部导演林诣彬(Justin Lin)不再执导,女性导演SJ Clarkson拿下第四部执导权。

Pine recently had his return to the Wonder Woman franchise confirmed.