6 April 2013 1:15 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

As you should already know, J.J. Abrams' next task after completing Star Trek Into Darkness is to reintroduce Star Wars to an audience who desperately want and need to forget the prequels released last decade. Talking to Empire Magazine, writer Roberto Orci has shared his thoughts on how he felt when he learned that the director had a new sci-fi franchise to focus on and how he believes this will all impact the release of the next instalment in the Star Trek franchise. "First I was happy for J.J., but I definitely felt a disturbance in the Force - which, incidentally, was first felt by Spock on the original series of Star Trek: when 400 Vulcans died he felt it across space, just like Ben Kenobi, but a decade ahead... "Anyway, we're all fans of Star Wars. Still, this is going to affect calendars and now it's two »

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