Although it has not yet been officially announced, an insider has revealed J.J. Abrams, who helmed both recent Star Trek movies, has apparently signed on to direct the new Star Wars movie for Disney, according to the wrap.com. This comes as a complete surprise, because last November, Abrams told Entertainment Weekly he would definitely not be directing it. However, he told Hero Complex in 2009: “As a kid, Star Wars was much more my thing than Star Trek was." Abrams runs the extremely successful production company, Bad Robot, and has created or co-created many top television series such as Lost, Alias and Fringe. On the big screen, he's helmed hits such as Super 8 and Mission: Impossible III, in addition to the Star Trek films.