J.J. Abrams Wants to Take a Break From Directing Reboots
J.J. Abrams is keen on moving onto original projects nowadays, even though he’s been involved with several high-profile reboots in the past. Abrams first made his name as a screenwriter on movies like Armageddon before moving on to television shows, such as Felicity and Alias. Impressed by his work on the latter series, Tom Cruise hired Abrams to direct Mission: Impossible III, thus giving Abrams the opportunity to make his big-screen directorial debut.
Abrams’ career has gone from strength to strength ever since, with his name appearing on some of the biggest movies and televisions shows in recent years as a writer, director, and producer. On the big screen, ...
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