11 March 2013 8:19 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Late last year I got to visit Bad Robot studios, a company founded in 1998 by J.J. Abrams, the prolific writer/director/producer that previously made Lost, Fringe, Alcatraz, Cloverfield, (named after a street near the studio), Mission: ImpossibleSuper 8 and, of course, Star Trek.  The reboot of the Star Trek series, which was able to respect the legacy and create room for a whole new generation, will keep telling its story in Star Trek Into Darkness---I went to Los Angeles to find out more about the movie. My tour of the studio began at the department of special effects where we were shown some footage of an action scene that reminded me of the freefall from the first movie.  Without getting into too much detail, it's safe to say that Abrams has done it again: the tension of Into Darkness is intense, but leaves room for the sharp »

- Erico Borgo

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