J.J. Abrams, who helped reboot the franchise with "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", has landed the directing job, Variety has learned. "Whoever does it, I'm going to be really excited to be an audience member again and sit down and see what the next filmmaker has to show us and where this story ends up going". Abrams has been chosen to replace Colin Trevorrow to write and direct Star Wars: Episode IX. It was reported that Rian Johnson, who is now finishing this December's The Last Jedi, could step in to take over the next part of the Star Wars saga.
Conte to ring the changes and energise tired Chelsea
Many expected Batshuayi to get more minutes this year since he was no longer contending with Diego Costa . However, David Luiz has every faith in Bakayoko and has claimed he will make the Chelsea fans very happy.
There were rumors apparently circulating then that the "Jurassic World" director was likely going to lose his gig when his movie "The Book of Henry" premiered to lackluster reviews, and went on to do poorly at the box-office. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy confirmed the directorial change in a press release. While his first foray into the "Star Wars" saga became the highest grossing movie in North America with a box office take of more than $936 million, the film was criticized by some for being too derivative of the source material. There is little doubt he will be given great creative control over what exactly Episode IX will finally look like.
JJ Abrams' "The Force Awakens" reunited the original 1977 "Star Wars" actors and introduced a new generation of characters. So he certainly has experience with some larger-than-life figures, which the Star Wars universe is full of.
Climate change does exist; the matter is if the Paris climate Accord would address the underlying drivers and the financial cost. During the interview, Mund was asked about the US withdrawal from the Paris accord on climate change.
Equifax is hardly the first company to be hit hard by hackers: Target, Home Depot, and Yahoo! all within the past four years. Equifax's ham-handed response is reviving calls to weed out mandatory arbitration from the finance industry.
On Saturday afternoon, Trump held a meeting with the Cabinet on the potential impact of Hurricane Irma, now heading to Florida. He added, "there is no safe area within the Keys, and you put your life in your own hands by not evacuating".
The prime minister will also meet with members of the Senate Committee on foreign relations later Tuesday afternoon. The White House said it would not comment on the US Department of Justice investigation.
That is a lot of positive energy for me. "I still want to compete and still feel the nerves every time that I go on court". Soderling had never won even a third-round match at a major before that tournament.
He has made the Pro Bowl in each of the previous three seasons, and has been named first-team All-Pro in 2015 and 2016. Donald has not received a new contract, but the two sides will keep working toward one, the source told Schefter.
AAA says Michiganders are noticing the aftereffects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma at gas pumps throughout the state. There have been spots where gas stations in the region have been unable to keep up with demand.
18 dead after military convoy attacked in Egypt's Sinai
The five had in their possession different types of guns in various areas of Cairo including El Marg, Ain Shams and Al-Salam. The assailants, whose identities were not yet known, later opened fire at survivors and commandeered a police pickup truck.
Trump Takes Travel Order back to SCOTUS
Monday, the Justice Department requested a stay of the 9th Circuit's most recent interpretation of Trump's executive travel order. What isn't settled is a lower court order protecting refugees who do not have close family members in the United States.