If you thought he played a “man’s man” on ‘Girls’…boy, oh boy.
He did everything but hire a skywriting plane to tell us. (Not really)
A mix of old and new and that guy from ‘Girls’.
Blast off into a new era of actually-watchable ‘Star Trek’ films.
With more lens flare, natch.
Product placement is a well-worn play in the playbook for Hollywood producers and directors. Companies will shell out tons of dough to see their brand onscreen, being used or acknowledged…
Lens flare at the touch of a button.
Is there a role for Max Headroom?
He’ll flip the crew of the Enterprise, flip ‘em for real.
Expect two new shows from him this year.
Sign the papers, JJ.
So many secrets surround this movie. I don’t know who I can trust.
OF COURSE there’s a ‘Super 8′ viral Easter Egg video.
If you can’t wait for this to release on VHS, you can win tickets for an advanced screening.
Witness the birth of a future necrophiliac.
Maybe the monster is actually invisible. Think about that.
Paramount gave the interwebs a ton of new pictures showing the film’s many, many humans.
In case Schwarzenegger’s secret kid is pushing the ‘Super 8′ kids temporarily out of your head, here’s some more preview stuff.
‘Star Trek’ fans, rejoice. The J.J. Abrams-patented excessive lens flare is back.
Children are such scaredy cats when it comes to guys with bloody faces pointing guns at them.
Will this be the one that finally gives the whole movie away?
Study these stills for 10 hours or so and uncover clues I assume are there.
All you need to know: “Swashbuckling robots with swords.”
Greg Grunberg will undoubtedly provide the book-on-tape narration.
Paramount thought they could make a Chris Pine-starring Jack Ryan film before ‘Star Trek 2′. They thought wrong.
The Fox lot, which was constructed in an alternate universe where “Fringe” is a hit, ordered more episodes to fill the black hole that is Friday evenings.
Chris Pine took to his Facebook page today to update fans that he’ll totally be slattherin’ some space-stank on his hangdown in the sequel. Ooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!
A mysterious viral campaign for a J.J. Abrams project? Impossible.
You saw the trailer, now check out this mysterious poster for a film that’s clearly at the intersection of Abrams Drive and Spielberg Blvd, near What All The Best 80’s Kids Movies Were Like Municipal Park.