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Yes, I am very late to the party on these but they’re cool and it’s the movie I am most hyped for this year so that is excuse enough to post them this late in the game.
Remember when Ethan Hunt got married? Well apparently the people behind the Mission: Impossible franchise do too!
Yeah, I know, I’m still playing catch up.
This week from around the web, a little peek at what’s going on with some of your favourite shows and movies. Make sure to check out the extra adorable piglets making a guest appearance on Cougar Town.
When it was [announced that JJ Abrams had been signed to direct the new Star Wars](https://awesomefriday.ca/2013/01/awesome-daily-26th-jan-2013/) there’s been on big question: does this mean he’s not doing any more Star Trek?
Gina McIntyre at the LA Times:
> According to Paramount Vice Chairman Rob Moore, Abrams — who directed both 2009′s “Star Trek” and the upcoming sequel “Star Trek Into Darkness” — will still be involved in some capacity with a possible third “Trek” movie, at the minimum as a producer, if not also directing the film.
> Moore also pointed out that Abrams will continue to play a role in another of the studio’s most valuable franchises, “Mission: Impossible.”
> “J.J. will continue to develop projects for us including a new ‘Mission: Impossible,’ and he is committed to produce another ‘Star Trek,’” Moore said Friday afternoon.
I’m taking this as good news. I still have mixed feelings on the whole affair, no small part of which is that I’m not really sure that its right to have one guy at the helm of three major franchises (two of which are completely beloved).
That said, power to him. That much high profile work must be a good problem to have.
[source: [LA Times Hero Complex](http://herocomplex.latimes.com/2013/01/25/j-j-abrams-directing-star-wars-what-happens-to-star-trek/#/1)]