Kurtzman will not be involved with the third film.
The third film doesn't have a title or a release date, but Paramount and Skydance Productions were hoping its release would coincide with the 50th anniversary of the franchise in 2016, the Reporter said.
The film doesn't have a director, though Joe Cornish, director of "Attack the Block," is reported under consideration.
J.J. Abrams, who directed the first two films of the "Star Trek" reboot, is unable to helm the third film because he'll be directing "Star Wars: Episode VII," the Reporter said.
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