There’s a lot to like about the Star Trek franchise ever since it got its JJ Abrams-led reboot. Visually, the property has never looked better, the current cast may be the most talented that’s ever been assembled for a Star Trek crew, and there’s certainly now more sex-appeal and action thrills popping up in this universe than there ever has been before. That doesn’t mean that new Star Trek is a total improvement over the old Star Trek though. Fans new and old have had a handful of complaints about the last two Trek films, and a lot of them have revolved around their scripts, which were largely credited to Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci. Sure, they made for exciting stories, but they were also the sloppy sorts of narratives that didn’t pay much attention to plugging plot holes, and they were kind of lacking in that specific Trek-ness in an undefinable way. A report coming out of Badass Digest is suggesting that the third Star Trek film in this rebooted universe may either benefit or suffer from being handled by someone else’s pens though. According to their sources, for whatever reason, Kurtzman and Orci have been instrumental in bringing two new writers on to the project, and two writers who have both genre film experience as well as experience working with Bad Robot to boot.