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With Star Wars Episode IX, J.J. Abrams will finally have to finish something he started

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If you want a compelling opening act, J.J. Abrams is your guy.

The producer-director has given us some of the most memorable launches and reboots of the 21st century — Star Trek (2010) and Star Wars: The Fore Awakens (2015) on the big screen, Lost, Alias and Fringe on the small one. 

But one thing Abrams has not done is stick around or return for the more difficult job of closing the series and trilogies he started. Now, with news that he will take over the as-yet-untitled Star Wars Episode IX from fired director Colin Trevorrow, Hollywood's most famous opener will finally be forced to become a good closer.  Read more...

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