Quentin Tarantino wants to direct a Star Trek movie. The catch? It has to be rated R. JJ Abrams is reportedly helping Tarantino find a writer, and will be a producer. Quentin Tarantino has plans to direct a Star Trek movie, and his only...Show More Summary
We were pretty surprised to learn that J.J. Abrams would be taking back the new Star Wars trilogy he originally started, replacing Colin Trevorrow as the director of the ninth film in the series. But why did Abrams agree to return? He said he wants to "do better" by the characters and their story. More »
Beverly Hills 90210 alum Tori Spelling has inked with Abrams Artists Agency for representation in its digital department. The department will support Spelling's brand alliances with focus on expanding her brand and image across multiple social media platforms. Show More Summary
Actress, author, and reality star Tori Spelling has signed with Abrams Artists Agency for representation in the digital space. The talent agency will work to expand Spelling’s image and her work with brand partners across social media through various content projects. Show More Summary
Doing a Star Wars junket means not actually seeing the movie before talking to the talent, each of whom have each been briefed not to reveal anything. So what kind of questions do you ask in this situation? Leading questions about the previous movie, of course! So the first question I asked Star Wars: The Last […] The post Mark Hamill Reveals J.J. Show More Summary
We learned this week that Quentin Tarantino had pitched a Star Trek film to Paramount and J.J. Abrams, and now Deadline is reporting that early development has already begun. Tarantino just spent hours in a writers room with Mark L. Smith, Lindsay Beer and Drew Pearce, throwing around ideas in the quest to hire one […]
The screenwriter for 'The Revenant' may pen the next 'Star Trek' movie.
J.J. Abrams had previously made comments that he was done making sequels and big franchise movies, then it was announced he would be directing Star Wars: Episode IX. So what caused him to change his mind?
Deadline is again reporting on the Quentin Tarantino pitch to J.J. Abrams and Paramount and a surprising request has emerged. Tarantino spent...
Earlier this week, news broke that Pulp Fiction filmmaker Quentin Tarantino would be joining the Star Trek franchise via an idea he pitched to J.J. Abrams. The news sounded almost too strange to be true, and that perhaps any moment we’d learn a mistake had been made. Show More Summary
Not everyone was super thrilled when it was revealed that director J.J. Abrams would be returning to take on another Star Wars movie. As great as Star Wars: The Force Awakens was, there were a lot of fans who felt it was too safe for its own good. When J.J. Abrams was revealed to […]
Despite having no intention of returning to direct another Star Wars movie, J.J. Abrams just couldn't resist coming back for Star Wars 9.
Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams Star Trek movie is looking at The Revenant writer Mark L. Smith to pen the script.
By Sheryl Oh J.J. Abrams and Paramount remain fully supportive, apparently fast-tracking the search for the film's scriptwriter. The article Quentin Tarantino Wants ‘Star Trek’ to be Rated R appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Within five years, the Army would like to start testing remote combat vehicle prototypes which are unmanned, as light and as fast as a Stryker, but provide the same level of firepower as an M-1 Abrams tank, said Maj. Alan L. Stephens. Stephens, an Acquisition Corps officer at the Mounted Requirements Division of the U.S.
Earlier this week, we got the ridiculous report that Quentin Tarantino not only pitched a Star Trek movie, but that JJ Abrams was allegedly drafting up a writers room alongside Tarantino to help bring it to life. A new report today claims that Tarantino's Trek would boldly go where Star Trek movies have never gone before. More »
On Monday, we reported that Quentin Tarantino had decided he wanted to make a Star Trek movie, developing a pitch with J.J. Abrams that he had then sold to Paramount. The studio thought his pitch was a “great idea” and quickly began looking for writers who could flesh out his concept into an actual movie idea, all… Read more...
Returning to a galaxy far, far away was definitely not on J.J. Abrams' itinerary. But when Lucasfilm fired "Star Wars: Episode IX" director Colin Trevorrow, and turned to the successful director of "The Force Awakens," Abrams found he couldn't say no. "I had no intention to return. Show More Summary
When Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow left Star Wars: Episode IX, moviegoers were left wondering who would take his place. We received the answer pretty quickly and it was both surprising and kind of obvious: Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Show More Summary
Star Wars needs some directorial talent. As of right now, there are only three filmmakers who Lucasfilm has seemingly gotten along with, and they’re Rian Johnson, J.J. Abrams, and Ron Howard. While that’s all well and good, the only problem this is a franchise that will likely continue every year in perpetuity. RELATED – Star […]