Tag: J.J. Abrams
As the new Star Trek sequel comes closer to it's debut date, the speculation about the rumored links between this film and 1982's Star Trek 2: the Wrath of Khan continues. New footage seems to indicate the possible death for our favorite vulcan, as well as the utterance of the most famous line from the Khan film.
J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek: Into Darkness is getting a lot of buzz as the release date comes closer. Here are a few bits of information and some photos from the film.
Now that the new Star Wars movie has a director and a tenative release window (somewhere in 2015), it won't be too long now before we start hearing word about casting and other official goodies. A new rumor has come out today saying that at least one member of the original cast has already been signed on to reprise his role in Episode VII: Harrison Ford.
Disney has just confirmed the stand-alone Star Wars movies, and rumors abound Yoda might get his own flick.
We reported it a few days ago as rumor because we hadn't received any official word yet, but Disney has now issued a press release confirming that J.J. Abrams is in fact directing Star Wars Episode VII, including quotes from George Lucas and Abrams himself on the decision.
Now it's been made official that JJ Abrams (Lost, Alias, Cloverfield) is going to be directing the next Star Wars film. Abrams also directed the 2009 Star Trek revamp and is helming the upcoming sequel Star Trek: Into Darkness. Is it a good thing when two popular but very different franchises have the same mind running the show?
Back when Star Wars Episode VII was announced, one of the first directors rumored to be helming was J.J. Abrams...who subsequently shot that speculation down. Now reports are coming in that he is now taking the director's chair.
Ever since Benedict Cumberbatch was announced as the villain in the next Star Trek film, there has been quite a lot of speculation about who his character might be. Cumberbatch gives his most in-depth interview yet about his upcoming role.