Director J.J. Abrams has found the Force.
According to The Wrap, the filmmaker is reportedly set to direct "Star Wars: Episode VII,” the highly anticipated installment of the landmark franchise, scheduled to reach theaters in 2015.
What if all the lights went out, and cell phones and computers too? Filmmakers J.J. Abrams ("Star Trek") and Jon Favreau ("Iron Man") are asking that very question in their new NBC show, “Revolution.”
"Extra" caught up with Tom Cruise, director JJ Abrams and the stars of "Super 8" at the L.A. premiere!
Cruise told "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli he "loved" the sci-fi thriller about a group of kids who witness a horrific train wreck -- and something that escapes from it -- only to have their small town plagued by mysterious events.
Paramount announced today that the J.J. Abrams mystery thriller "Super 8" will open Thursday, a day earlier than its scheduled midnight Friday release date, and along with Twitter, are hyping it as the first "Tweet movie sneak preview."
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He's currently starring in the play "Farragut North" alongside "Sex and the City" star Chris Noth -- and earlier this year he crushed the box office in "Star Trek." There's a lot more to learn about 28-year-old mega-hottie Chris Pine!
Director J.J. Abrams and stars Eric Bana, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine pose together for a "Star Trek" photo call in Paris, France. No Vulcan greetings were spotted, but almost.
"Star Trek" is the eleventh film based on the TV series. The flick dares to go into theaters Friday, May 8.