Los Angeles Times si SCI FI Wire au avut sansa sa discute cu J.J. Abrams despre continuarea filmului Star Trek si Mission: Impossible IV.

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Abrams a spuns despre noul film “Star Trek”:

“The ambition for a sequel to ‘Star Trek’ is to make a movie that’s worthy of the audience and not just another movie, you know, just a second movie that feels tacked on. The first movie was so concerned with just setting up the characters — their meeting each and galvanizing that family — that in many ways a sequel will have a very different mission. it needs to do what [the late ‘Trek’ creator Gene] Roddenberry did so well, which is allegory. It needs to tell a story that has connection to what is familiar and what is relevant. It also needs to tell it in a spectacular way that hides the machinery and in a primarily entertaining and hopefully moving story. There needs to be relevance, yes, and that doesn’t mean it should be pretentious. If there are simple truths — truths connected to what we live — that elevates any story — that’s true with any story.”

The Los Angeles Times a discutat si cu Roberto Orci despre noul Star Trek iar discutia o puteti citi aici.

Si SCI FI Wire au pus mana pe niste detalii despre Mission: Impossible IV din care putem afla, printre altele:

Any momentum on Mission: Impossible IV?

Abrams: Yeah, we have a really cool story. It’s being written right now by Andre Nemec and Josh Applebaum.

What’s your ETA on when you’ll see the draft?

Abrams: We’re hoping to get it soon, like by the end of the year.

Could it work out for you to direct it?

Abrams: I’m open to anything.

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Both the Los Angeles Times and SCI FI Wire got a chance to talk to J.J. Abrams about the status of the Star Trek sequel and Mission: Impossible IV. Abrams gave this interesting quote to the former about the new “Star Trek” film:

“The ambition for a sequel to ‘Star Trek’ is to make a movie that’s worthy of the audience and not just another movie, you know, just a second movie that feels tacked on. The first movie was so concerned with just setting up the characters — their meeting each and galvanizing that family — that in many ways a sequel will have a very different mission. it needs to do what [the late ‘Trek’ creator Gene] Roddenberry did so well, which is allegory. It needs to tell a story that has connection to what is familiar and what is relevant. It also needs to tell it in a spectacular way that hides the machinery and in a primarily entertaining and hopefully moving story. There needs to be relevance, yes, and that doesn’t mean it should be pretentious. If there are simple truths — truths connected to what we live — that elevates any story — that’s true with any story.”

The Los Angeles Times also got quotes from Roberto Orci on the Star Trek follow-up which you can read here.

Meanwhile, SCI FI Wire got a brief update on Mission: Impossible IV:

Any momentum on Mission: Impossible IV?

Abrams: Yeah, we have a really cool story. It’s being written right now by Andre Nemec and Josh Applebaum.

What’s your ETA on when you’ll see the draft?

Abrams: We’re hoping to get it soon, like by the end of the year.

Could it work out for you to direct it?

Abrams: I’m open to anything.

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