J.J. Abrams has started a recruitment campaign for Star Wars: Episode VII where fans could join the actors and actresses on the set of the famous movie franchise.
May 22 2014, 11:38am CDT
"Star Wars: Episode VII" director J.J. Abrams shows off his love for Imax movie cameras in a tweet that makes us long to spot two lost droids in th ...
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2 days ago, 6:00am CDT
Roberto Orci is reportedly going to replace the director J.J. Abrams for Skydance and Paramount's “Star Trek 3.”
May 14 2014, 7:42am CDT
Source: Car Craft
"Star Wars: Episode VII" director J.J. Abrams shows off his love for Imax movie cameras in a tweet that makes us long to spot two lost droi ...
Full article at: Car Craft
2 days ago, 6:00am CDT
Source: Latino Review
Many were skeptical about director J.J. Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek reboot, but the finished film turned out to be the rare movie that seemed to please both die-hard fans and Trek newcomers in equal measure. It was a thrilling start to a revitalized franchise for Paramount, and while reception to the follow-up Star Trek Into Darkness was less enthusiastic, the sequel still went on to gross $467 million worldwide. Obviously Pa ...
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2 days ago, 8:25pm CDT
Three original cast members of Star Wars, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill were spotted last week in London. They were probably there to take part in the shooting of new Star Wars Episode 7.
Apr 29 2014, 5:51am CDT
Fans hoping to catch footage from Star Wars: Episode VII or autographs from its casts will have to wait. Director J.J. Abrams and the Episode VII cast, who are knee-deep in production over at Pinewood Studios in London, will not heading to San Diego’s Comic-Con this month sources close to the production and at Comic-Con told Deadline. Instead, Star Wars fans at Comic-Con can elbow their way into the Disney Channel’s panel for its animated Star Wars Rebels series o ...
Full article at: Deadline
3 days ago, 11:49am CDT
Source: screen rant
When George Lucas directed Star Wars back in 1977, the franchise wasn’t yet a known entity and the movie’s budget was a paltry $11 million – an amount that, even when adjusted for inflation, is far dwarfed by the $200 million+ production budget that Star Wars: Episode VII is estimated to have.
Director J.J. Abrams is no stranger to large-scale revivals of popular science fiction franchises, having directed both Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness, and it’s to be expected that he wi ...
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4 days ago, 8:51am CDT
Star Wars: Episode VII: Via his production company Bad Robot, director J.J. Abrams shared a behind-the-scenes photo from Star Wars: Episode VII, revealing an IMAX camera in the desert location of Abu Dhabi and the caption "#bestformatever," leading to the unofficial conclusion that at least part of the film is being shot in the large-scale IMAX format. [Twitter]
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4 days ago, 8:05am CDT
Director J.J. Abrams revealed a few more details about the highly anticipated new Star Wars movie: Star Wars Episode VII.
Jun 9 2013, 10:48pm CDT