Well, here’s one name we can cross off our list.
In a new interview with Empire Magazine, Star Trek helmer J.J. Abrams explained that he won’t be taking the reins of another intergalactic franchise: Disney’s upcoming Star Wars extension. The Lost creator explained that he and Kathleen Kennedy, the series’s new overseer, had “very early conversations” about how he might be involved in Star Wars: Episode VII’s development.
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