Even though fanboys are still catching their collective geeky breath over the news that J.J. Abrams will be directing Star Wars: Episode VII, the typically secretive filmmaker has dropped another bomb at a recent press conference where he revealed his intentions to take over every film franchise in the world. Apparently, being given the keys to two of the most popular sci-fi film licenses ever just wasn't enough for the wunderkind director. "Getting Star Wars was certainly a major coup, and I'm excited to be able to give it the flare that it deserves," said Abrams. "I just feel that unless a production is a Bad Robot production, it's simply not a worthwhile production. My intentions are to add maximum flare to every film franchise that currently exists, and Bad Robot must take over on a global scale to be able to do that! As you can see we've aggressively revamped the company logo and are ready to go so WHO'S WITH ME!?" A clearly stunned collection of journalists could only sit with their mouths agape as Abrams continued on.
a more aggressive Bad Robot logo is only the 1st step...
towards an Abrams dominated film planet
Abrams wouldn't definitively speak about which franchise would be Bad Robot's next acquisition target, but anonymous sources from within the company have reportedly leaked some clues to the internet for speculation.
could Abrams & Bad Robot be the one production company.....
to rule them all?
Abrams has made the first move, but don't expect other production companies to go down without a fight. Hopefully there will be a defensive stand against Bad Robot's bid for global domination, and there may yet be a shot to extinguish some of that excess flare before things really get out of hand.