The knack that director JJ Abrams has for getting people excited about his films is like nothing we've ever seen before. The man knows his audience and knows exactly how to get them involved. Speaking of which ....
Remember back in mid-May when we told you about a mail-in "Rocket Poppeteers" coupon that was somehow tied in to JJ Abrams' upcoming feature Super 8? Well, those who sent it in were rewarded this week with something pretty cool ... yet mysterious.
More details and some early artwork for Steven Spielberg's latest dino-centric Fox TV show, "Terra Nova", have come in, and things appear to be shaping up quite nicely. Not sure how much pure horror we're going to be getting from this one, but at the very least the show is gonna scratch that "We Need More Giant Monsters" itch!
Much as he did with Cloverfield, JJ Abrams is embracing viral marketing for his latest feature, Super 8, with a vengeance. Lucky for us there are guys out there online who are willing and able to devote hours of their time figuring it all out.
With the official Internet release of the teaser trailer for JJ Abrams' Super 8 has come a bevy of viral stuff that will either get your ghost or get you annoyed. That's right, kids, the second that the short snippet hit, sleuthing fans got right to work uncovering the goods.
In just a week director JJ Abrams set the Internet on fire and captured the imagination of fans everywhere with the announcement that a short teaser trailer would appear before last weekend's box office monster Iron Man 2.
The mystery continues as the official website for the Steven Spielberg produced next film for JJ Abrams, Super 8, has just come online. The good news? You can sign up for e-mail alerts. The bad? Other than that it's filled with a whole lot of nothing!
Well, you knew it was bound to happen sooner or later. The teaser trailer for the new JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg alien film Super 8 is now available online on just about every video upload service there is thanks to a whole lot of risk taking bootleggers.
A short while back we told you about "Terra Nova", a new dino-centric TV show on the way from Fox produced by Steven Spielberg, and now it looks like the network may have found its leading man for the series.
If the Clash of the Titans remake did anything at all, it proved that 3D conversions ultimately do not work. Just because you can layer in some added depth to the onscreen image does not a 3D film make. Still, that's not stopping Hollyweird from taking a few chances.
Steven Spielberg has been actively involved in the sci-fi genre for years so it’s no surprise to learn that he may be considering stepping behind the cameras for another invasion flick. This time, though, it’s not aliens that are hell bent on obliterating mankind, but killer robots.
Around four years ago a new series was greenlit by what was then respectfully known as the Sci-Fi Channel concerning death and the afterlife. Despite the go-ahead, the show never got made (maybe its backers learned of the ridiculous network name change ahead of time?), but now the Steven Spielberg fueled miniseries "Nine Lives" is once again gathering some healthy buzz.
While it's no Jurassic Park IV, we still say that some Spielberg with dinosaurs is better than no Spielberg with dinosaurs. A new dino-centric TV show is close to being on the way from Fox that is set to give us a much needed giant monster fix.
A little more clarification has come down from the man himself, Steven Spielberg, about whether or not we can be expecting to see Gremlins 3D anytime in the near future.
With Joe Johnston's The Wolfman just around the corner (finally!) and the director making the promotional rounds to plug the horror remake, he's opening up on some projects in the pipeline - including a new Jurassic Park flick, which could very well be the start of a new trilogy!