In true JJ Abrams fashion, just when you think you have things almost all figured out, he pulls the rug right out from under you and then giggles maniacally while you fall on your ass. Just yesterday it was reported that his latest project, Super 8, would somehow be related to Cloverfield. Now? Not so much. Round and round we go.
It's amazing the difference that a few hours can make. Just a little while ago we reported that the trailer for JJ Abrams' latest project Super 8 will be attached to prints of Iron Man 2 this weekend. Speculation started running rampant as to whether or not this could be a sequel to Cloverfield, and now the answer has come.
Filmmaker JJ Abrams is a man who loves toying with his fans, and we love him right back for it. Just about every project he works on is shrouded in some type of secrecy, and when Iron Man 2 hits this weekend, we'll be getting our first look at what's next for the devilish director.
Actually it's more like one sentence than a whole conversation, but for those of us jonesing for some news about the Cloverfield sequel, anything J.J. Abrams says about it is most welcome!
When we covered the possibility of JJ Abrams working on a big screen adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower along with Damon Lindelof, producer of "Lost", fans were for the most part pretty excited. Sadly, it seems as if that excitement will be short-lived.
Around three weeks ago we showed you what could very well have been the first viral video for Cloverfield 2. Fake or not, everyone was pretty much in agreement that it was pretty badass, if not a little too much on the nose. How would the second video fare? Find out now!
Few things get me as excited as movies that feature giant monsters wrecking cities. Though the film has taken more than its fair share of criticism, for me Cloverfield delivered on the promise of colossal-sized creature action. Here we are two years removed, and a little video has surfaced over on YouTube (where else?) giving us a taste of what could be the next installment of the franchise.
After a slow start the J.J. Abrams produced series "Fringe" has picked up steam and a hell of a fanbase. Me? I'm still waiting for the cow to get his own spin-off series. But until that happens, we can honestly say the outlook for Season Two is looking pleasantly dark thanks to some genre-fueled guest star power.
Get ready, King faithful. It looks like a big screen adaptation of The Dark Tower may be a little closer than we thought. JJ Abrams recently sat down with both IGN and MTV and slipped in a couple of slivers of Dark Tower-y goodness!
One of my favorite films of last year was without question Cloverfield. It gave me, a huge monster movie fan, everything that I was looking for and, in this crappy cinema climate, needed. This weekend at WonderCon Abrams did a little talking about the franchise's future.
Our man Nomad and crew have been providing pictures and scoops from Comic-Con fast as lightning, but I thought you might also like to hear about some of the goings-on at this year’s event. Last night was what they call “Preview Night,” and if it’s any indication of what the next few days are going to be like, I suggest everyone who’s attending wear comfortable shoes and get ready for a lot of standing in line.
Now this is what I’m talking about! I knew JJ Abrams new show, "Fringe", would be something cool, but I didn’t hope it’d be as cool as this trailer makes it look. Arrow in the Head got their diseased hands on it today and we’re sharing it with you (we’ll wear gloves, though). Check it out below!
More details have finally come forth for the new show created by JJ Abrams ("Lost", "Alias"), "Fringe". For the longest time all we've known about it is that it deals with a detective forced to team up with a genius who's been institutionalized for the last two decades.
In an interesting move both for network television and viewers in general, Fox announced today that they will be trying a new experiment with two of next season’s more promising shows; the JJ Abrams-creatred “Fringe” and Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse”. Namely, less commercials!
Though it’s not exactly news, since it was mentioned in the first story we did on the show, Variety included Fox’s “pickup” of JJ Abrams’ new show, “Fringe”, in an article today about recent network acquisitions. The show is about an FBI agent working with an institutionalized scientist when a rash of weird shit starts going down. In layman’s terms.