With both Star Trek Into Darkness and Pacific Rim, directors JJ Abrams and Guillermo Del Toro made it very clear that they didn’t want to shoot their movies in 3D.
First the teaser trailer hit for Star Trek Into Darkness, and now 9 minutes of footage will be playing before Peter Jackson's Hobbit in IMAX screenings.
Team Abrams has finally released the first long-awaited trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness.
By now all Trekkies know that 9 minutes of IMAX footage from the new film, Star Trek Into Darkness, will be shown at select theaters on December 14.
One of the most anticipated genre films of 2013 is Star Trek Into Darkness.
Who wouldn’t want to direct the new Star Wars movie? So many fans have armchair quarterbacked the last three, who wouldn’t want to step up and show George Lucas how it’s done?
It’s been an interesting week of news for Fringe and Revolution. Both are JJ Abrams shows and fans of Fringe knew the end was nigh.
While the JJ Abrams show Revolution debuted to mixed reviews, it is definitely a ratings winner, and received the full series order very quickly after holding steady in the Nielsens for several weeks.
Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim is slated to feature a graphic novel that hits shelves just before the release of the film.
The Fall TV season got off to a big bang with The Walking Dead, and its third season debut is reportedly the most viewed basic cable broadcast in history.
While the initial reviews weren’t stellar across the board, Revolution, the new series from JJ Abrams, has been racking up fairly decent ratings since the series debuted three weeks ago.
Revolution is one of three trillion shows and movies JJ Abrams has in development, and you’ve almost certainly seen the ubiquitous promos for it by now.
It was a great idea when I first heard about it, and like a lot of genre stories, it begins with a great, "What if?" idea.
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.