Unlike in the past, I don't really see a reason for any Trek film to exist in this climate of media. Back then the TOS and TNG films were essentially reunion specials with theatrical movie budgets. That was part of the allure of seeing a Trek film, revisiting old characters you used to watch on TV. The Kelvin films were made because that was all Viacom could do as they could no longer produce a TV series. Now that the TV division is back under one roof, there's little reason to do a movie at all. Television has drastically changed since the 90s. Even if a future Trek show becomes the biggest thing for the franchise on the level of pop culture icons like TOS and TNG, what reason would there be to do a movie today? TV productions are much more cinematic compared to old days, so the leap from TV to film wouldn't be as grand. The only possible future I could see at this point is if Tarantino revives the Kelvin films with his project, but that's a big maybe. Even if Trek doesn't revive on film, I won't be too upset. Trek ultimately belongs on television. That's the medium it was created in and thrives best.