Star Wars VII director, J.J. Abrams invites Star Wars’ fans to contribute to an incredible initiative and have the possibility to be part of the next Star Wars movie. Check out this video if you are interested!
This week I would like to remember with you one of the first series made by J. J. Abrams, “Felicity“. The serial, which was aired from 1998 to 2002, is one of the first creation of J.J. Abrams and is one of the most particular one.
March 10 will start on NBC a new tv series having as executive producer the well known, and beloved by us, JJ Abrams. This time JJ works with a very special director, working for the first time for the TV, Alfonso Cuarón (known for directing Gravity and Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban among the others). The idea of the series came to the Mexican director while filming Gravity.
Here’s the video prevention to the Comic-Con 2013. We have to wait for less than a couple of months to “taste” it but the premises seem excellent.
Last minute news for J.J. Abrams fans: the farseeing director and producer got recruited by Disney to create the 7th chapter of the fortunate serie “Star Wars”. Yes, you got well, the American golden boy has been elected to bring back to life to now of the most popular sagas of the big screen with a seventh all new and mistirious episode. What we can say is that Disney has undoubtely made the right choice (but of course he’s not perfect, he also produced crappy stuff, such as Super8), we all have in our hearts Lost (we miss it!!), but some questions come to our minds:
1. What about Star Trek? I mean, Star Wars and Star Trek have always been rivals and Abrams has been chosen as director of both. Paramount already announced a third chapter of Star Trek. So, how is gonna be realize those two movies in such a short period and having the audience rich of expectations? Is one going to suffer for the other? It doesn’t really seem to me a typical director’s move.
(Star Trek: Into the Darkness will be out in June in the USA)
2. Right now there are two tv series created by J.J.: Revolution and Person of Interest. What is going to be of them? Will their quality suffer because of these two big films with Paramount and Disney? I really hope not, since Revolution, to my personal opinion, is one the most interesting series presented in television year 2012-2013.