SIMON PEGG mentions (little) about the upcoming STAR TREK movie

During the promotion for its next film, known as InheritanceSimon Pegg also talked about the next Star Trek movie with Collider, althought his words were no source of any relief for the fan of the saga.
About his friendship with the other members of the cast, Pegg said:
“We’re all still in contact, we were emailing with each other the other day, just checking in, ‘how are we,’ and stuff."
Concerning his participation in a possible other film (which is currently in pre-production by the director and author Noah Hawley), the actor was very elusive:
 “Star Trek, I don’t know. Honestly, I don’t know.”
Pegg admitted how he really would love returning to work with the Enterprise crew, although a peculiar circumstance has made it difficult to be at ease in a situation like that:
“One thing I did mention when I spoke about it recently is that for us, losing Anton Yelchin the way we did was a real blow. And I think it slightly took the wind out of our sails in terms of our enthusiasm to do another one, just because we’re now missing one of our family. He would be conspicuous by his absence.”
And is the same actor that admits:
"But it’s not like any of us have been banging on the door at Paramount saying, ‘Hey, when are we doing this?’ If they say, ‘We’d like to do another movie,’ I’m sure we’ll all jump at the chance. I miss those guys, and I love making those films. But I just don’t know. Noah Hawley’s project has been mentioned, and maybe that will happen. I don’t know anything about that. So yeah, I’m as in the dark as everyone else, I’m in the same boat as you guys."

Pegg then shared his own opinion about the future of the Star Trek franchise:
“The fact is, the appeal of Star Trek is slightly more niche than the appeal of, say, the Marvel movies, which make huge amounts of money, and have this really, really broad appeal and they do very well. I think Star Trek is just a little bit more niche, so it isn’t gonna hit those kind of numbers. So yes, the obvious thing to do would be to not go for that massive spectacle, go for something a little bit more restrained in the vein of the original series. Yes, that would be a brilliant thing to do, and I’m sure it probably has been discussed… You specialize a little bit more.”
 “Maybe TV is a better place for [Star Trek] now. Television has evolved so much. It’s become something which is very much a contemporary, a peer of cinema. It’s simply viewed in a different way. It isn’t a reduced scope anymore. You can still do masses of interesting things, and it can still look modern and not inexpensive. Maybe television is a better format for Star Trek. That’s where it started, you know.”