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I do wonder if Disney would have the guts to do a remake of ESP. 1-3?
Does not matter who directs it to me. Give me the original 3 movies and the rest are just un-entertaining!
NEW YORK—Following reports that J.J. Abrams will be directing the forthcoming Star Wars: Episode VII, sources confirmed today that millions of actual human beings are experiencing genuine psychological and physiological responses to the news. “Evidence suggests that there are currently multiple people existing in the world who are compelled, for some reason, to think and even speak to others about this subject, as though it were some sort of biological imperative,” said NYU sociology professor Dr. Herbert Winslow, who went on to explain that several of these humans are even displaying visible signs of demonstrable emotions such as anger, joy, and disappointment over the Star Trek director’s involvement in the film series. “We can also safely assume that this very same subsection of humans is, at this moment, feeling a more tangible connection to news related to this film series than they ever have about such subjects as the economy, international strife and poverty, or even their own friends and family.” Winslow went on to confirm the existence of several human beings even willing to read actual blocks of text such as this discussing J.J. Abrams and Star Wars.
Color me pessimistic about JJ Abrams and Star Wars. Though I admit I enjoyed Star Trek. But I am on the edge of my seat to witness Christopher Nolan tackle Superman. The Dark Night series was perfect. But Superman calls for a different approach.
I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with typewriters.
- Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959)
Ewww no to Nolan and Superman. Superman requires well directed action scenes.
Nolan isn't directing, only producing with his brother writing. Zach Snyder is directing.
Watch the most recent Superman trailer, not the teaser. It looks really good.
Ahhh I completely forgot Nolan was producing Man of Steel, I thought you were referring to a hypothetical Superman film down the road.
Yeah Man of Steel does look pretty dope. It'll be nice to see Supes actually kick some ass instead of just lifting heavy objects.
That is a great quote, I'm going to use that one with my friends. There are a couple in particular that will love it.
Article with quotes from Lucas, Abrams, etc.
J.J. Abrams calls getting assigned to direct the seventh live-action
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