Which celebrities are getting more attention in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting?
The list of celebrities who have gotten more attention from the media over the past week includes the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, who was hailed as a “hero” after shooting down a gunman in Las Vegas on Sunday.
She’s also the first female winner of the annual Oscar for best actress in a drama, for her role in “Wonder Woman,” which was nominated for the first time this year.
But the list also includes stars such as James Franco, who is getting praise from many for his “Captain Underpants” role and “The Social Network,” who was nominated this year for best comedy, for a show that is largely ignored in the mainstream media.
“Star Wars” director JJ Abrams has also been making waves in the media, with the actor and his production company “Bad Robot” being lauded for bringing “Star Trek” back to the silver screen.
“It’s amazing,” Abrams told Variety in an interview on Tuesday.
“It’s really been a whirlwind, and I think it’s just been a testament to the creative genius of the people who worked on it.
We’re not only bringing back ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Star Wars,’ but ‘Star Citizen’ and all these other iconic franchises.
I think ‘StarWars’ is a great example of how to make a great property in this day and age.””
Star Trek,” a show about the early years of the U.S. military, won an Emmy for its portrayal of the USS Enterprise.”
Star Wars,” another Star Wars story, won a Golden Globe for best screenplay.
But Abrams said the media has been so focused on his “Star War” reboot that the studio has been forced to do “a little bit of rethinking” about what it means to be “Star” and “Starring” the same person.
“We wanted to do something new with ‘Star War’ and we’re going to do a lot of thinking on it,” Abrams said.
“We’ve been doing a lot thinking on the new franchise and the new world, and we want to make sure that it’s as compelling as possible.”
“We’re all going to be part of this new Star Wars universe,” he said.
Abrams’ statement comes after it was revealed that his production studio, Bad Robot, is working on a new “StarWars” movie that has been delayed until 2019.
The studio was reportedly behind a new version of “The Empire Strikes Back” that is scheduled to hit theaters in 2020, but “The Phantom Menace” and its sequel, “Return of the Jedi,” are still scheduled to debut in theaters in 2021 and 2022.
“The movie was delayed so that we could build a more compelling story,” Abrams revealed to Variety.
“The reason we didn’t have the ‘Return of The Jedi’ movie until 2022 was that we couldn’t get a script from the guys working on ‘Return Of The Jedi,’ which they are going to get a movie from.”
The original “Return Of the Jedi” was set in the late 20th century and starred Harrison Ford as Han Solo and Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia Organa.
However, the new film will be set during the Clone Wars, in the early days of the Galactic Civil War, and the film will feature a new protagonist, who will be played by Adam Driver.
“There’s a big story to tell,” Abrams continued.
“A very important story, but a very important one, and it’s not necessarily about ‘Star wars’ but about the first person to take the stage, to give the first shot.”
“The new story is going to have a big role in this universe and in the ‘Star’ universe, and people are going in to be inspired by it and inspired by the actors that are playing it,” he added.
“But I think that’s what I love about Star Wars is that we all have an influence on the world, even though we don’t know the origin of it.”
“I can see why there would be an excitement, because I have a great deal of respect for this world and this world has inspired me,” Abrams added.
“So we’re just going to wait and see what happens.”