Writer-director J.J. Abrams is an accomplished filmmaker and filmmaker, and he has made several of his own movies.
However, his newest movie, “Wicked,” is perhaps the most impressive.
Abrams’ adaptation of the 1939 short story “Wizard” is a breathtakingly beautiful film.
I was captivated by the movie’s visuals and the breathtaking animation.
“Wizards” is set in a world where magical creatures, or wizards, have taken over.
The story follows the adventures of the titular wizard and his daughter, who are drawn into the world of wizards as a part of a series of quests that takes place throughout the kingdom of Oz.
The film was nominated for Best Picture at the 2013 Golden Globes and earned eight awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Soundtrack.
In a recent interview, Abrams told Entertainment Weekly that he was inspired by “The Wizard of Oz” as he was researching the screenplay.
Abrams also explained that the story is “inspired by the book” and that it was a “natural choice” to follow in the footsteps of a classic tale.
The director also said that he “wanted it to be magical” and said that the magic in the film was “just the power of the film.”
He went on to say that “The story has been told before,” and that “it’s really the way to go.”
Check out more from the “Wick” interview below.