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The force seems to be strong with director J.J. Abrams. First he reboots Star Trek, and now, word on the space station is that he’s been chosen to do the same for the new Disney-owned Star Wars. Well, the social sphere has responded.
Lord of the Rings actor Dominic Monaghan and Source Code director Duncan Jones were just a few of the scattered industry tweets that popped up after the news broke yesterday. Both seemed to support it; Monaghan saying that Abrams will ”Crrrrrrush it” and Jones wishing the “Lost” director congratulations on the new venture.
- Jeremy Singer
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