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J.J. Abrams favorite part about the monumental success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is pretty adorable.
Last week the internet basically exploded regarding The Force Awakens Monopoly game due to Rey’s strange absence. Hasbro felt the heat and responded to fans, but it’s now clear that even J.J. Abrams reached out to the toy company to advocate for Rey’s inclusion.
If you thought purchasing tickets to Star Wars: The Force Awakens was difficult, wait until you see how many theaters are actually showing it in IMAX 70mm.
There's so much we still don't know about The Force Awakens. The film has been shrouded in mysteries, but among them all there is one question that all fans have been asking.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has a number of obvious tie to the original trilogy, but J.J. Abrams went to great lengths to connect the new films to the old ones.
As awesome as the Star Wars panel was at Comic-Con last week, it wasn't without casualties, as it totally screwed over Kevin Smith. But it's okay, J.J. Abrams apologized.
JJ Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan have revealed why they stepped in to write Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
One moment during the production of Star Wars: The Force Awakens made JJ Abrams' childhood come rushing back like no other.
Loads of Star Wars fans have been gladly waiting in line for nearly 30 hours in the hopes of getting into Star Wars Celebration. Their plight caught the eye of franchise overlord JJ Abrams, so he sent pizza, for 1500 people.
We've seen some pretty awesome redesigns coming out of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but this new TIE Fighter takes the cake. Take a look, after the jump.
The internet has awakened the force, with an overload of incredible Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer spoofs and now there's classic Star Wars: A New Hope version.
JJ Abrams has been entertaining audiences for almost two decades, and the rich history of his work has been captured in a fitting 4 minute tribute.
Digital filmmaking has overtaken analog, but there are some directors who refuse to let film stock die out. And so Hollywood studios are stepping in to lend support to Kodak in its time of crisis.
"The truth is I think it probably would have been smarter just to say upfront, 'This is who it is.' It was only trying to preserve the fun of it, and it might have given more time to acclimate and accept that's what the thing was," the director tells MTV.
Protosevich later admitted the horror wouldn’t be Wright’s typical brand of scary with a wink but instead full blown frightening, which makes sense because some cultish or undead elements wouldn’t be a break for the director at all. In fact, he seems to prefer to work with at least some level of macabre in play, even if it’s to snicker at and provide material for his pop culture savvy and usually clever characters to comment on.
We got some more forward progress on round three of Star Trek today. Maybe. Rumors are swirling that the fine folks over at Paramount might be excited about hiring Attack The Block director Joe Cornish to shepherd the newest installment to conclusion. Fan reaction thus far has been about as mixed as—oh I don’t know—everything about the last two Trek movies.
To say that hopes and expectations for the anticipated Star Wars sequels are high would probably be something of an understatement. Fans of the beloved sci-fi franchise are waiting for word on who will direct them. It won't be J.J. Abrams, whose comments on his intended lack of involvement in the project still sound pretty firm.
While we have well over a year to wait, theorize, speculate and obsess over the Star Trek sequel, fans of the franchise and of anything associated with the names Abrams, Orci, Lindelof and/or Kurtzman can rejoice in knowing that production has officially begun for the 3D Star Trek movie.
News of Benedict Cumberbatch’s involvement in the upcoming Star Trek sequel has likely only heightened the anticipation of the film for those of us who have come to appreciate his work in Sherlock, among his other roles. While it’s been reported that he’s going to play the villain in the next Star Trek film, it seems that may be a “supposition.”
The word broke earlier this month that J.J. Abrams had somebody specific in mind for the role of the villain in Star Trek 2: Benicio Del Toro. We still don't know what role Del Toro will be tackling if he signs on for Star Trek 2, but now Abrams has dropped a few tidbits about why he thinks Del Toro is perfect for the role...whatever that may be.