In addition to showing off awesome Zelda tunes, the Olympics are also good for a few other things—namely some brand new footage from J.J. Abrams' new NBC series Revolution.
Though J.J. Abrams connected his Star Trek reboot to the world of the original series with some awesome cameos by Leonard Nimoy, there hasn't been much buzz about other Trek stars popping up. But the star of the final series to grace the small screen wants in the next time around.
It looks like Cloverfield didn't quite scratch that disaster movie itch for J.J. Abrams, so the Star Trek rebooter and geek demigod is lined up to tackle Earthquake next.
One of the hottest new series coming this fall is NBC's new J.J. Abrams vehicle Revolution, and the creators have promised a big, exciting mythology for the post-apocalypse—though they've kept a lot of details under wraps, until now.
What do you get when you combine Edgar Wright, J.J. Abrams and a mysterious new sci-fi project? We have no idea, but we're dying to find out.
Though it may have irked a few original fans along the way, J.J. Abrams' reboot of the Star Trek series has become a bona fide hit—but at least one former Trek star thinks the flashy new flicks are missing that special "something."
While we're still impatiently waiting for Star Trek 2 (or XII if you guys prefer) to come out next summer, Damon Lindelof has revealed that J.J. Abrams is already boldly looking at the third chapter of the new alternate reality adventures of Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto), and the crew of the USS Enterprise.
A couple of cool, new behind-the-scenes pics reveal Starfleet officers will be sporting some awesome new uniforms in J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek sequel.
So is Benedict Cumberbatch playing Khan or not in the upcoming Star Trek 2? In yet another twist to the whole Khan-not-Khan saga, actor Simon Pegg, who plays the U.S.S. Enterprise's chief engineer Montgomery "Scotty" Scott on J.J. Abrams' Star Trek, says he's NOT. And he's really annoyed with you about it.
When one J.J. Abrams series passes away, it seems there's almost always another one waiting in the wings to take its place. With Fox's Alcatraz cut short after one season, Abrams' new high-concept NBC series Revolution is now on the way—and we've got the first, extended trailer right here.