Starting from, oh, just about now, we all need to stop going around calling J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek sequel Star Trek 2, because we just learned that's NOT what it's going to be called.
JJ Abrams, the same guy who got us to care about strangers on an island, may just be the person to pull off the first gay character in the Star Trek franchise.
Brent Spiner, who played the beloved android Lt. Commander Data on seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation and in four subsequent films, needs your help. He wants you to get him cast in J.J. Abrams' next Star Trek sequel—but as Data, or as someone else?
Director J.J. Abrams is guilty of overusing the lens flare, which he says gives movies an "organic" feel. We say that even the most pretty effect becomes annoying after the 20 zillionth repetition. And we're not the only ones.
We've seen a lot of trailers for Super 8, J.J. Abrams' tale of teens teaming up to take on a mysterious mega-monster. Now here comes the first clip from the film, showing where things begin to go off the rails. Literally.
It's not a reboot, a remake, a sequel or based on a comic book, so how come we're so excited about Super 8? A new TV spot, which looks under the hood (and not just metaphorically) of J.J. Abrams' movie reminds us why.
We all know J.J. Abrams intense love of mystery, starting back when he was given a "Mystery Box" from Tannen's Magic Shop in New York City as a child and continuing into stealth release modes for flicks like Cloverfield and Super 8. Now the latest mystery unfolds ...
In 2009, J.J. Abrams' thrilling Star Trek reboot drew positive reactions from critics and fans alike, but the film wasn't perfect and there were some issues that bugged fans down the line. But writer Roberto Orci promises he's listening to them, and that they will be addressed in the upcoming sequel.
After actor Simon Pegg (Scotty in 2009's Star Trek) teased us all by saying that the Star Trek 2 script was "amazeballs," now it's Chris Pine's (Captain Kirk) turn to give away some tantalizing bits about J.J. Abrams' anticipated sequel.
After a pretty grand trailer, the masterminds behind J.J. Abrams and Steven Spielberg's "something alien this way comes" thriller have dropped a new poster on us. Now, if you'll just cock your head 90 degrees ...