J.J. Abrams gave his first extensive interview on 'Star Wars: Episode 7' to Playboy and spoke at length about the challenges of being in control of 'Star Wars' and 'Star Trek' - two of the biggest sci-fi franchises in history. He talks about how he'll be collaborating with George Lucas, his feeling on the prequels and how you shouldn't assume he won't direct 'Star Trek 3.'
The first 'Star Trek Into Darkness' reviews have already begun to roll in even though the film doesn't officially hit theaters until May 17. J.J. Abrams' follow-up to his 2009 smash hit premiered in Australia last night and a handful of critics already have their thoughts online for your reading pleasure. So, is the new 'Star Trek' worth your time and money?
The Enterprise crew will face its greatest enemy yet in 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' Benedict Cumberbatch's mysterious John Harris will bring destruction and chaos to many, and now it looks like Zachary Quinto's Spock might not make it to the end of this story either.
'Star Trek Into Darkness' is coming to theaters this May 15 and will include a couple changes from J.J. Abrams' first run at the 'Star Trek' world. Aside from the new bloodthirsty villain and the 3D technology, the sequel will feature a new and improved Enterprise, and some new photos have been revealed to give you an up-close look.
Not too long after the new 'Star Wars: Episode 7'-led trilogy was announced by Disney and its acquisition of Lucasfilm, it was revealed that the studio was looking to kick things off in the summer of 2015. In case you were thinking that was just hearsay, it's now been confirmed by Disney -- and that's not all! How would you like to know when the other movies will likely hit?
Paramount has released the final 'Star Trek Into Darkness' trailer, just when you thought there couldn't be another one. After already seeing tons of footage, what could this one reveal? Just what Chris Pine says, "this could be just the beginning."
The final 'Star Trek Into Darkness' poster has been unveiled in preparation for the film's May 15 release and one thing is for sure -- the Enterprise is in for a world of hurt and we're pretty sure Benedict Cumberbatch has something to do with it.
The moment 'LOST' creator J.J. Abrams attached his name to a buzz-worthy, high-concept sci-fi drama on another broadcast network, viewers assumed 'Revolution' would take the same long and winding road toward answering any of its over-arching mysteries. Now, however, it seems showrunner Eric Kripke was right to assure us this wasn't the case, as last night's "Ghosts" revealed the true cause of 'Revolution's' global blackout! Get the answer to the big mystery inside!
Think back to 2002, when Warner Bros. was eager to relaunch the Superman franchise and had J.J. Abrams as the man leading the way. It's almost amazing to think - knowing now that Abrams was practically begged by Lucasfilm to direct 'Star Wars: Episode 7' - that Warner Bros. didn't move forward with Abrams' vision for 'Superman' but his 'Flyby' was eventually scrapped and replaced with Bryan Singer's 'Superman Returns' a few years later. Now, as 'Man of Steel' is set to hit theaters this summer, Abrams reveals what his 'Superman' movie would've looked like and what, if anything, it has in common with Zack Snyder's upcoming film.
'Star Wars: Episode 7' has attracted the attention of many actors, from the original cast (who have signed on to return) to even those, like Olivia Munn, who are practically begging for a role. But there's one guy who bold enough to admit he wants no part of the new 'Star Wars' trilogy: Jason Statham.