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J.J. Abrams On Why He Stopped Directing 'Star Trek'

After directing the first two installments of the rebooted “Star Trek” franchise, J.J. Abrams left the third movie to a different director’s vision. Despite the new direction and being a threequel, “Star Trek Beyond” still maintained the same general level of critical and box-office success as the first two movies, scoring an 83 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and earning over $150 million in theaters.
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