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    For you Fringe Fans: J.J. Abrams Interview


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      The interview was online by this website: J.J. Abrams | The A.V. Club

      I thought this was kind of shocking:
      AVC: You didn't direct the Fringe pilot.


      JA: No, I was directing Star Trek, and the studio didn't want me to put that on hold so I could go do my TV thing. [Laughs.]
      So, J.J. didn't direct the most popular episode so far? Kind of interesting. My BF and I have seen a couple of episodes. It's good, but I think we're bigger fans of J.J. Abrams other work (Ahem, "Cloverfield").

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      Awesome interview! J.J. has improved so much with his directing and producing. I hated his movies when he first started directing.

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    Thanks for the link Christy! J.J. is a great director! Definitely one of the best in the industry. His knack for action flix with a good storyline is always a sure thing. Does he have any movies coming out this next year? I think they're working on a "Cloverfield 2" right?

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    I really didn't understand Cloverfield, it was a very dark movie. Maybe it was because I watched it on internet. Is it worth me purchasing on dvd?

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