JJ Abrams: Star Trek Sequel ‘Still Being Worked Out’ December 10, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Abrams,Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback
Last week Star Trek sequel producer (and possible director) JJ Abrams, along with the new Uhura Zoe Saldana, attended a Children’s Defense Fund event in Los Angeles. Both talked briefly about the Star Trek sequel on the red carpet, with Abrams giving an update on the script. See video and photos below. .
Abrams: Star Trek sequel still being worked out
Hollyscoop caught up with JJ Abrams at the Children’s Defense Fund California Beat the Odds Awards Ceremony on December 2nd. In a video interview, Abrams gave a brief update on the Star Trek sequel:
We don’t have a script yet and it is being worked out so it is too early to talk about what it might be, because it hasn’t happened yet.
Abrams also talks about how much he "loves" working with Tom Cruise on Mission: Impossible: IV, the Children’s Defense Fund, and the upcoming Oscar race, noting that he loved Inception. Watch the full Hollyscoop video.
Zoe Saldana was also at the event, and she talked to Hollyscoop mostly about the CDF, but did note that she expect to be shooting the Star Trek sequel before the Avatar sequel.
Here are some official photos from the CDF California Beat the Odds Awards Ceremony: