Lemme translate that a little: Chris Hemsworth and Chris Pine are both currently abandoning talks with Paramount over the fourth installment of the Star Trek reboot. Hemsworth is, of course, currently Thor in the MCU; and Pine plays Wonder Woman’s love interest somehow-in-the-sequel Steve Trevor in the DCEU. Paramount would prefer not to pay out accordingly, particularly since Star Trek Reboot 3 didn’t do so hot. To be honest? I didn’t see it, so I don’t know whether or not it was any good. Although the fact that I didn’t see it is maybe diagnostic, right there.
But I don’t expect this to last. Comes right down to it, Paramount needs the actors just a bit more than the actors need to be in the next Star Trek movie. Pine is a bit less in a great place than Hemsworth is, though: this was going to be his next big blockbuster thing, while Hemsworth is going to have a new Men in Black flick with Tessa Thompson out in 2019. And, let’s face it: having Hemsworth/Thompson with the suits and the neuralyzers and the Noisy Crickets is making me reserve judgement, pretty much in spite of myself. All in all, I suspect that re-negotiations will resume eventually.