We all know secrecy is a given with Hollywood genre veteran JJ Abrams.
It seems like every time you turn around there is a new JJ Abrams project in development.
There's still no official word on who the villain in JJ Abrams's Star Trek 2 is, although it's been great fun to track all the frantic speculation over recent months.
As a little kid, I watched a lot of cheesy TV, and especially back in the '70s and '80s there were tons of silly TV movies that are hilarious to watch today.
I'm actually quite surprised the recent reboot of Total Recall didn't receive better reviews.
Edgar Wright, the Hollywood veteran who gave us Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World, is going to be collaborating on a sci-fi story dubbed "Collider" with JJ Abrams.
We've written quite a number of articles about the resurgence of disaster films here on TG Daily. Yes, there are at least a few new ones in the works these days, with more to come.
By now you've probably seen the teaser commercials for Revolution, the new show by JJ Abrams that's slated to debut on September 17.
When Edgar Wright fist came on the scene with Shaun of the Dead, it was clear the director was a terrific new talent.
The villain in JJ Abrams's Star Trek 2 may have been revealed by Karl Urban (aka Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy), who also plays Judge Dredd.
We may finally know who the Star Trek 2 villain is. And no, it isn't Khan...
Screenwriters Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are part of what we call Team Abrams here at TG, because they've been writing for JJ since Alias.
Chris Pine (aka Christopher Whitelaw) is perhaps best known for his role as Captain Kirk in the JJ Abrams rebooted Star Trek universe.
Chris Pine has successfully assumed the role of Captain Kirk, taking over from the rather affable William Shatner.
No, we still don't know who the Star Trek 2 villain is.
But with the JJ Abrams film slated to hit theaters in less then a year, it seems almost inevitable that a potential leak could be sprung at almost any point.
JJ Abrams projects - whether for the big screen or television - are typically shrouded in secrecy.
It certainly hasn’t been easy for JJ Abrams to keep Star Trek 2 under wraps and away from prying geek eyes - as ST2 is clearly one of the most anticipated genre films of 2013.
We write a lot about movie secrets, especially in the of the Internet where it's practically impossible to keep the plot of a movie under wraps.
A horror TV show is quite difficult to keep on the air, unless you can present it with a radically different twist.
Revolution - yet another JJ Abrams inspired series - recently received the green light for a season at NBC.