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[Movies] J.J. Abrams Says Chris McQuarrie Is In Talks to Direct Mission: Impossible V
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 12.03.2012



J.J. Abrams recently spoke with IGN about shooting Star Trek Into Darkness in IMAX format, a potential director for Mission: Impossible V and more. Check out the highlights:

On Christopher McQuarrie possibly directing M:I5: "Yeah, we're talking to Chris McQuarrie now. I would just say that he's somebody who -- he did some work on the last one we did [Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol]. I've been a fan of his since The Usual Suspects. He's just a terrific guy, an incredible writer and a really wonderful director, so we'd be lucky to get him."

On shooting Star Trek Into Darkness footage in IMAX: "You know, I'm excited because we've been working on this for awhile, and the idea of getting some of the movie out there to the world is going to be a real thrill for us - and as always you just hope people will like what they see!"

On what it was like shooting the film in the format: "It was amazing. Part of it was challenging because of the technical aspects of it, the machinery of it. The cameras themselves are a little unwieldy and a little loud and unpredictable. But then you go to dailies and you watch on this massive screen these images that you've shot having been filmed on a negative that's eight times bigger than what you normally use, and you cannot believe how good it looks. So that's exciting! But unlike Ghost Protocol, a lot of what we shot is integrated into special effects and visual effects in a way that I cannot wait for people to see. I think it really is mind-blowing, how it looks. The IMAX frame, I think, is really the best way to see a movie."





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