Paramount executive Rob Moore reveals the Star Wars: Episode VII director will remain committed to the Star Trek and Mission: Impossible franchises.
A source has revealed that the Star Trek director has officially signed onto direct the next chapter in the Star Wars universe.
Star Trek Countdown To Darkness issue #4 acts as a bridge between the two movies, giving us our first look at this alien race.
The filmmaker reveals he has story ideas for Star Trek 3 if Star Trek Into Darkness is successful and offers new insight into the upcoming sequel.
Damon Lindelof and Jonathan Nolan are also featured in this look at what happens in the writer's room of our favorite TV shows.
Both filmmakers expressed trepidation in taking on this highly-anticipated sequel for Disney Pictures and LucasFilm.
Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, and Brad Bird Top Contenders for Star Wars: Episode VII; Zack Snyder Not Interested
Michael Arndt's 50-page treatment is going out to the biggest directors in Hollywood.
The director made an appearance on Conan and revealed the first footage from his upcoming sci-fi sequel.
Paramount Pictures registers new Internet domain names that hint at what we will be getting on May 17 of 2013.
Mark Protosevich will write the screenplay for this sci-fi project, based on an idea by Edgar Wright for J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot to produce.
Supernatural's Eric Kripke teams with J.J. Abrams for this epic thriller about a family struggling to reunite in a post-apocalyptic landscape.
J.J. Abrams will produce this sci-fi thriller about a hadron accelerator experiment which causes Earth to completely vanish.
The actress is spotted in costume on the recently wrapped J.J. Abrams sequel.
The film is based on Jonathan Tropper's upcoming novel about a midlife crisis that turns into the adventure of a lifetime.
Three crucial plot points have been revealed by various sources working closely with J.J. Abrams' upcoming sequel.
The director takes action against the recent leak of photos coming from his Paramount Studios based set.
The man behind Spock reveals that he wasn't allowed to see the script until late December, just weeks before shooting began.
J.J. Abrams directs this franchise sequel, coming to theaters May 17th of 2013.
The Sherlock Holmes actor is thrilled to be a part of this J.J. Abrams sequel, but hopes fans can wait to be surprised about his character.