Director J.J. Abrams discusses his ultra secretive filmmaking methods and preserving “the magic”

by Peter D. Marshall

by Paul Shirey.

Entertainment Weekly recently sat down with director J.J. Abrams during a press tour for his show, Revolution, and got the elusive filmmaker to spill his thoughts on the secrecy of his projects.  Abrams has been known for his marketing shut outs, most notably during production.

It’s very rare to get set pics or interviews or looks at costumes, etc., while Abrams is shooting, but once the marketing begins, it comes pretty steady, as is the case with STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, which has seen images, trailers, and a whopping nine minutes of footage shown in IMAX.

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