Sharing screen time with Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy in Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lego J.J. Abrams adds troop command and blaster marksmanship to his already impressive resume.
There was a ton anticipation around the new Star Wars trailer this morning—lots of people found themselves refreshing websites over and over just to watch the teaser. Unsurprisingly, now that the trailer is finally here, people have a lot to say about the new Star Wars movie.
Finally! The wait is over. Here it is. The real deal. This is the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The seventh Star Wars film officially has a name now—and the internet has a surprising amount to say about a subtitle.
A week after it happened, you can now watch the DICE Summit's kick-off talk between Star Trek/Star Wars' JJ Abrams and Steam/Half-Life 3's Gabe Newell.
You may have gotten awfully excited today when you read that not only is JJ Abrams talking to Valve about making a game, he's also talking about making a movie with the studio.
Appearing with the director J.J. Abrams at D.I.C.E. Summit today, Valve's Gabe Newell said the company would "find out if there's a way we can work with you on a Portal and Half-Life movie."
Gabe Newell, the president and cofounder of Valve Corporation, and J.J. Abrams, the newly minted director of the next Star Wars film, are together for a keynote talk kicking off the D.I.C.E. Summit in Las Vegas.
It'll be years until we see what Star Trek director J.J. Abrams can do with Star Wars, but in the meantime, artist Gavin Chin has made this fake trailer, cutting the original films into a clip that's so full of Abrams' style—and lens flare—that you'd think it was the real thing.
After the J.J. Abrams news broke out, a lot of folks were in shock—wait, he's going to direct both Star Trek and Star Wars? And, more importantly, didn't J.J. say he wasn't going to do Star Wars, anyway? What happened; how was he convinced?
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences has announced that Valve's Gabe Newell and Star Trek (and now Star Wars) director J. J. Abrams will be opening up 2013's D.I.C.E. Summit—with a joint discussion about storytelling, no less. Says Martin Rae, president of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences:
Remember when J.J. Abrams said he wasn't going to direct the next Star Wars? Apparently, that's not true. According to a report by The Wrap, the Star Trek director will also be our new Star Wars director.
While in Los Angeles for the Video Game Awards, Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima squeezed in some Hollywood meetings: One was with producer Avi Arad; the other was with filmmaker J.J. Abrams.
A collaboration with J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot, the upcoming PS3 Star Trek game will have PS Move support. Know what that means? Inevitable Star Trek phaser housing for Move controllers!
To mark an upcoming Move enabled Star Trek game created in collaboration with J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot, Sony will be releasing phaser housing for your PS Move sometime next year.
Just as J.J. Abrams brought us a fresh new look at the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise in the 2009 theatrical revamp, Paramount Digital Entertainment's 2012 Star Trek takes the series' games in an exciting new direction, casting players in the role of Kirk and Spock in an epic co-op action adventure.
J.J. Abrams, the creator of television series Lost and the producer of monster flick Cloverfield, is teaming up with Steven Spielberg for a new feature film called Super 8. This is your first look at the picture.
Let me get this out of the way: I'm not a Trekkie. I was a loyal Star Wars fan until the prequels and thereafter switched my science fiction allegiance to Neal Stephenson.