Long previews for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness will hit theaters beginning on Dec. 14 (attached to prints of The Hobbit). With that in mind, Paramount has revealed a longer plot synopsis. Do you want to read it, or would you rather avoid spoilers?
J.J. Abrams will not be doing for Star Wars what he did for Star Trek. The director admitted over the weekend that his passion for the original Star Wars films likely would prevent him from stepping up to helm Part Seven. So who is going to direct this thing?
Star Wars: Episode VII might have landed itself an Oscar-winning screenwriter with direct ties to Pixar and The Hunger Games. And that's not all. We're hearing three names that are being floated as possible directors … and they are massive!
J.J. Abrams knows his Star Trek sequel is one of the most anticipated movies of 2013. So when he appeared on Conan O'Brien with some footage, fans went crazy … until they found out how many frames of footage he brought by.
The world of the Star Trek sequel continues to pick up momentum. Director J.J. Abrams spoke to Collider about the addition of Benedict Cumberbatch to the cast as a yet-to-be-named villain as well as converting the film to 3D.
J.J. Abrams' highly-anticipated and indefinitely delayed Star Trek sequel has nailed down a release date and Abrams has revealed he'll shoot the movie in 3D. So, how does Star Trek 2 in 3D sound to you?
Warner Bros. is pressing forward with a sequel to Zack Snyder's yet-to-be-released Superman reboot. Also, Star Trek 2 moves closer to beginning filming and Chris Tucker is looking to get the Friday crew back together for another movie.
J.J. Abrams has reportedly offered Benicio Del Toro the villain role in Star Trek 2, though he's keeping who exactly that villain is a secret. Also, Ridley Scoot spoke briefly about his pending Blade Runner sequel and Harold and Kumar are getting animated for cable TV.
On the strength of third quarter profits from their line of Transformers toys, not to mention the $1.1 billion the third movie raked in worldwide, Hasbro is in talks with Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay for Transformers 4. CEO Brian Goldner also revealed the company is in talks with J.J. Abrams to produce a Micronauts movie. Do either sound appealing?
To say that this year's Comic-Con is scaled back is a bit misleading. While studios may be playing their cards a bit more carefully, there were still plenty of attendees on hand to soak in the Preview Night experience. The big event (after the Shark Night 3D Sneak Peek was canceled) was a special Sneak Peek screening...
The first trailer for Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol starring Tom Cruise has arrived and finds Cruise's Ethan Hunt teaming up with Jeremy Renner and Paula Patton. Does it look like the best of the four? Check it out and sound off!
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We may be looking at the future of movie marketing right here, and if so then it’s pretty cool, especially if you’re a gamer who’s also a movie geek. Hidden as part of the extra features in the game Portal 2 is an interactive trailer for the upcoming movie Super 8, directed by J.J. Abrams. Unlike other interactive trailers that may allow you to click on...
Most of you probably already know how Superman's Hollywood past is a bit checkered, to say the least. A number of different Superman films were in development over the years – from one written by Kevin Smith and starring Nicolas Cage to another written by J.J. Abrams that was originally supposed to be directed by McG. It's that latter project, titled Superman: Flyboy, that is back in the news again.
One of the more secretive films of 2011 is J.J. Abrams’ Super 8. It’s a film that sort of popped out of nowhere, and is set to become Abrams’ directorial follow-up to Star Trek. What we know about the film so far is that it’s a sci-fi flick about...
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