J.J. Abrams


Will it be like a live-action version of Pixar's Cars? A "cooler" version of Herbie: Fully Loaded? Maybe like Transformers but without the cars turning into walking and talking alien machinery? Details on how the film will be are nonexistent at this point but there is hope with the little we do know.


Based on Matt Russ' 2016 novel, Lovecraft Country is set in 1950s Jim Crow America and follows Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) and his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) as they travel through the racist south in search of Atticus' father (Michael K. Williams) who's gone MIA.


HBO is only a few weeks away from launching its new streaming service, HBO MAX, but already it’s ordering some shows that are sure to get its subscription numbers up there with Netflix and Disney+.

A calm has been restored to the Force. The renowned J.J. Abrams is set to write and direct Star Wars: Episode IX.

JJ Abrams has been having a whale of a time directing Star Wars: Episode VII and he’s managed to leak some news in between the fun. According to i09’s keen timeline of events, Batman V Superman director Zack Synder playfully jabbed at the Star Wars production by posting a picture of the Man of Steel […]

Making a popular movie is already hard enough with the Internet being a tempting source for leaks. When your movie is Star Wars, you can assume that it’s damn near impossible.

While early reports hinted that Star Wars: Episode VII cast was being considered with a number of big names including Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o. Although the 12 Years a Slave star didn’t make the final cut, the folks over at Lucasfilm Ltd. have unveiled the cast of the highly anticipated sequel which includes British-Nigerian actor […]

Lupita Nyong’o has been buzzing in Hollywood circles for months now, capped by her Best Supporting Actress Oscar win at the Academy Awards earlier this month. Next up for the stunning actress is a possible role in J.J. Abrams‘ Star Wars: Episode VII if reports are true.

Yeah yeah, don’t act like Hip-Hop heads aren’t down with the Force. Word is that J.J. Abrams will be directing the next Star Wars film.