J J Abrams
With the exit of Colin Trevorrow from Star Wars: Episode IX, Star Warians have been running around worrying that their favorite movie franchise was about to collapse into nothingness. Never fear! J.J. Abrams is back!
Last week, I talked about Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) being held this past Saturday, May 7. I managed to get to three different stores on that day, and I noticed a few things I wanted to talk about. Also, friends attended other locations, and they also gave me things to talk about as well!
Here’s something that surprised the heck out of everyone this morning – a trailer for a new Cloverfield movie.
With all the hubbub surrounding the upcoming Star Wars movie, I started wondering if Marvel was going to release a comics version of it. You know, a comic that adapted the film and would appear in local comics shops? Then I remembered – Oh, yeah, no comics company has done that in a long, long time!
Empire Online has the latest batch of photos from the upcoming Star Wars: the Force Awakens movie.The majority of the photos focus on the desert planet of Jakku, with a few looks behind the scenes at the production of what is perhaps the most anticipated film of 2015. What are you most looking forward to in Star Wars: the Force Awakens? Are you excited to see more of Jakku? Let us know in the comments below!
Fans who waited in line, some over night, for the Star Wars Hall H panel were treated by director J.J. Abrams to a special experience unlike the one they had just experienced. Thousands of attendees were escourted off-site by guides garbed as Stormtroopers to a private concert of Star Wars music. This move has already been hailed by social media outlets as one of the boldest moves of the San Diego Comic-Con and is certain to cement Abrams and his latest incarnation of the much beloved franchise in their hearts and minds for a long time to come. Now that the barre has been
J.J. Abrams took to the stage yesterday to fill us in on a question many had after watching the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer which was, “Who are these people?”
Pre-production for the next film in the re-booted Star Trek franchise is well underway, with changes happening every which way as Roberto Orci steps into the directors chair. The film will also be shot digitally, a first for the franchise.
Last week came the official release date announcement for Star Wars: Episode VII, which, I’m sure, sent all those involved into a frenzy realizing what all needs to happen before production begins early in 2014. Director and, now, co-writer J.J. Abrams has decided to take a little advice from someone that was there during the creation of all six films, and, thankfully, a picture was snapped to share with the world. So maybe J.J. and Kathleen Kennedy were simply taking a visit to the LucasFilms workshop, but I can’t imagine R2-D2 didn’t take the time to give the director a few
Would you like to take a trip to a galaxy far, far away? That dream will become reality for two people if they can leave the right impression on the Episode VII casting director. Read the descriptions of the two roles after the jump to see if you could be working with J.J. Abrams in the coming months.
The second installment of J.J. Abrams Star Trek 2.0 has finally arrived in theaters! After the crew of the Enterprise find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction. We want to know what you think! Use the comment section below to share your thoughts, fears, concerns, gripes, praise… you get the idea.