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.
Oh, those pesky rumors that keep circulating about Star Trek 2. Yes, JJ Abrams is trying to keep his shoot top secret, which obviously isn’t easy in this day and age.
It’s getting to the point where Hollywood studios will do practically anything to prevent leaks from a movie set.
When the 1989 big screen version of Batman came out, it was immediately clear the film was a very different take on the caped crusader.
It seems like every time I turn around JJ Abrams has a new project set up.
As we recently reported on TG, the budgets for games - like Star Wars Old Republic - are getting close to rivaling the costs of movies themselves.
It's been a good year for JJ Abrams so far. The filming of Star Trek 2 is already underway, and Alcatraz has debuted to positive ratings and reviews.
It took time to get the script and all the particulars together, but now it is indeed official: filming for Star Trek 2 has begun.
JJ Abrams has a lot of action lined up for 2012. Principal photography on Star Trek 2 in 3D is beginning on the 15th, and his new series Alcatraz will premiere on the 16th.
When does this guy sleep? Not only is JJ Abrams beginning principal photography on Star Trek 2 on January 15, his next TV series, Alcatraz, will soon premiere on January 16 on Fox.
With JJ Abrams's Star Trek 2 getting ready to roll this January, it certainly has a lot to live up to.
The first Abrams Trek reinvented the franchise, and the second film is going to have to be as good, if not better, than the first.
So Benicio Del Toro won't be playing the villain in Star Trek 2, whether he is indeed Khan or not. Nobody will say for sure right now.
Star Trek 2 casting news is heating up as the film gets closer to its start date, and this time around it's the good news/bad news routine.
Chalk up another victory for Team Abrams, because veteran actor Peter Weller is joining the cast of Star Trek 2!
It's hard to restrain Trekkie enthusiasm with the production of JJ Abram's ST2 poised to kick off on January 15, 2012 for a May 17, 2013 release date.
There's a lot going on in the Star Trek universe these days, both past and present, with the long awaited sequel to JJ Abrams Trek reboot getting ready to roll in January.