May the Fourth Be With You: Watch J.J. Abrams and Simon Pegg Talk STAR WARS

     May 4, 2013

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In light of today’s national Star Wars holiday, Star Trek Into Darkness director J.J. Abrams and star Simon Pegg recently sat down to discuss their massive fandom for that other popular sci-fi franchise.  In the ensuing video, the two swap stories about seeing Star Wars on the screen for the first time, how his love for that series that affected Abrams’ take on Star Trek, and Pegg speaks to why Abrams is a swell fit to direct the impending Star Wars: Episode VII.  Abrams even briefly touches on his wholly different approaches to the Star Trek and Star Wars worlds.  Hit the jump to watch, and may the fourth be with you.

Via Sky Movies [Via /Film]

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