As if he doesn’t have enough on his plate, J.J. Abrams continues his bid to become the king of pop (geek) culture by teaming up with Valve for possible big-screen versions of the software giant’s two most-loved franchises: Half-Life and Portal.
Don’t know about you, but I’m still reeling from the “J.J. Abrams to direct Star Wars: Episode VII” announcement. Finally, Hollywood got one right. Here’s my initial thoughts on the big news, along with some quotes from Abrams and others on his new gig.
Next Summer, J.J. Abrams is going to make your head explode with Star Trek Into Darkness. The first teaser trailer is loaded with epic eye candy, and we’ve got screengrabs of every clip.
The first official image from J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness is here, and it may make your eyes jump out of your head.
When J.J. Abrams launches a new TV show, we are there. Because we’re geeks, and Abrams is a major player in the geek pantheon. This Fall, he’s bringing Revolution to NBC, and this four-minute trailer is your first look at it.
Based on J.J. Abrams’ updated film series, Star Trek the video game will continue the adventures of the Enterprise crew as seen in the 2009 film. Not much is known about the game, but we can tell you that its main thrust is co-op, as you and a buddy play as young Kirk and Spock.
With all of the great superhero movies that there have been, there’ve been quite a few stinkers as well. And then there have been some that never made it before cameras — both promising sounding scripts and some that were so very, very bad. Here are 11 superhero films that might have been.
It’s been a long time since I’ve wanted to watch anything on CBS, aka the “procedurals and comedies network.” I’m not knockin’ either one, they just don’t do anything for me (yes, even The Big Bang Theory, an admittedly geek-centric show). CBS hasn’t much luck with genre television in the last few decades, but that’s [...]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_jAlFqvASU Fox has given a midseason time slot to Alcatraz, a new mystery/thriller produced by Lost and Fringe co-creator J.J. Abrams. And holy moley, this first trailer for the series is about to rock your face off.
Since the TV show ‘Alias’ I have been a fan of JJ Abrams. He went from producing a show like ‘Felicity’ to the mega cult show ‘Lost’. I must admit form those three I only watched Alias mostly, Lost also, but I never really got into it. Those familiar with Abrams work might have also [...]