All the media attention might be on what J.J. Abrams is doing for Star Wars: Episode VII, but it looks like his old Star Trek pals might be getting a little jealous.
J.J. Abrams’ hit series Lost could be called a lot of things -- dense, layered, convoluted and ultimately disappointing. One thing it’s not? Easy to sum up in 30 seconds.
Abrams has narrowed the list to five potential stars to play the young Jedi who’ll be the centerpiece of Star Wars VII; basically, the “next Luke Skywalker.”
The high-concept premise seems a bit far-fetched, but if the opening two minutes of NBC’s new series Believe are any indication, it’ll at least be entertaining.
The deleted and alternate scenes from Star Trek Into Darkness have leaked out, showing off a ton of alien action and ... a Klingon dance party?
Before Abrams returned Star Trek to box office glory, a different Trek movie almost made it into development — and here’s what it would’ve been about.
A few years before Bryan Singer dropped Superman Returns, young up-and-comer J.J. Abrams wrote a script for his own Superman movie — and here’s what it would’ve looked like.
A new trailer for J.J. Abrams and Alfonso Cuaron’s sci-fi series Believe actually does a pretty good job of setting up the high-concept premise.
A slew of new Star Wars Episode VII casting rumors surfaced over the weekend, and some of them may even be true.
J.J. Abrams’ acclaimed sci-fi series Alias helped launch more than a few careers, but it apparently also made future mega-star Bradley Cooper absolutely miserable.