J.J. Abrams Unveils Mysterious Teaser Trailer for Bad Robot Project

     August 19, 2013

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J.J. Abrams has quite the reputation for being secretive when it comes to his projects, and it appears that he’s taking the “mystery box” to another level with an upcoming Bad Robot production.  The filmmaker has unveiled a minute-long teaser trailer for an unnamed project from Bad Robot, his production company.  It’s pretty safe to assume that this isn’t Star Wars: Episode VII, but beyond that this teaser left me clueless.  We see some shots of mysterious man accompanied by a tantalizing yet enigmatic voiceover and some Michael Giacchino-esque music, and the official title of the video is “Stranger.”

So is this an upcoming Abrams-produced film?  A TV show?  A web series?  Watch the video for yourself after the jump and let us know what you think.

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