J. J. Abrams (also known as Jeffrey Jacob Abrams) is a well-known sci-fiction movie maker who shot to fame with movies like ‘
’ ( 2009) and 'Star Trek Into Darkness'(2013) in which he wielded the seat of director and producer both. He was also the principal man behind making of the seventh instalment of Star Wars Film series.
He directed, co-authored and co-produced the film 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' (episode VII) which released in December 2015. It may be noted that J.J. Abrams made his directorial debut in the independent manner through the 2006 flick ‘Mission: Impossible III' and then took the franchise of this movie forward. In the film of the third instalment of Mission Impossible,
played a pivotal role. The director J.J. Abrams then got associated again with Tom Cruise and co-produced with him ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’ (2011) in which Tom Cruise played an important role.
In the fifth instalment of ‘Mission Impossible’, J.J. Abrams was the producer again for 2015 released movie ‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’. The film had again Tom Cruise playing the lead character. In 2011, he got associated with ‘
’ which was produced by Steven Allan Spielberg and for this movie, he wrote the script, and co-produced with Spielberg and directed the movie. The director had a small beginning in Hollywood. He was associated with sound effects and even was a composer, later performed as a delivery boy and video photographer as well. J. J. Abrams had taken inspiration from Steven Allan Spielberg’s film and soon got associated with him and now has turned himself as a successful blockbuster filmmaker and director of Hollywood. This is a rare achievement in Hollywood. He was born on June 27, 1966.