The man who launched a new era of Star Wars is returning to the franchise. J.J. Abrams will write and direct the as-yet-untitled Star Wars: Episode IX. Chris Terrio (Argo, Justice League) will co-write the film. Abrams is taking the reins from Colin Treverrow (Jurassic World), who departed the project earlier this month (see “‘Star Wars’ Parts Ways With Another Director”).
The Lost alum is reuniting with the storied ABC drama’s co-creator via a starring role in Hulu’s upcoming psychological-horror drama series Castle Rock, which counts Abrams and Stephen King as EPs.
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A sneak peek at the Wasp from the upcoming #AntManAndTheWasp .
Terry’s show on the Science channel “Mysteries of the Missing” is coming Sat, Aug 26 at 10 PM, The series will take fans into the biggest unsolved mysteries.
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Some of Hollywood’s hottest directors will join Michael Giacchino on stage at the acclaimed composer’s first ever major career retrospective – a one-off celebration being held at the Royal Albert Hall in October.
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The prolific showrunner returns to the studio behind ‘Lost’ with a four-year pact.
Under the pact, Cuse and Genre Arts — headed by president Lindsey Springer — will create and produce content across all network, cable and streaming platforms while also working with other writers.
Sources note that Cuse opted to return to ABC Studios — where he served as co-showrunner for six seasons of ABC’s Lost — after fielding multiple offers from other studios, including co-financing deals. The goal will be for Cuse to help bring ABC Studios into the competitive cable landscape, where the studio thus far has been slowly building a roster of programming via its ABC Signature banner. (Those shows include Showtime’s SMILF, FX’s animated Deadpool, Freeform’s Black-ish spinoff as well as Marvel properties Cloak and Dagger and New Warriors, among others.)
Looks like Michael Emerson will be very busy, he has also picked up a role in “Mozart in the Jungle” which is produced by Amazon.
Emerson plays Morton Norton, an eccentric collector of classical music ephemera and curiosities who prefers the past to the present. He spends his days alone in a gothic mansion surrounded by classical music relics, dressed as a 16th century homicidal composer named Gesualdo (a composer he finds very underappreciated). When Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal) arrives, he will be pulled into Norton’s bizarre world, taking a tour of his collection.
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