WILL BEAM YOU UP A SECOND TIME.

If J.J Abrams has proved one thing with his 2009 reboot of Star Trek, it's that he has a knack for making even the most convoluted fictional lore accessible. He introduced himself to the world as the go-to guy for unravelling dense narratives and identifying their core beats, those moments that sing out universally even if they're grounded in the most ridiculous of sci-fi scenarios. He made newcomers happy. For the most part, he kept fans happy. It's no wonder he was tapped for Star Wars. READ MORE...

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