J.J. Abrams is concerned his new movie 'Super 8' may get lost in a summer of ''massive franchise'' films.
J.J. Abrams is worried no one will "care" about his new movie 'Super 8'.
The 'Lost' creator is famously quiet about his projects until release, but is so concerned about the level of competition from franchise movies including 'X-Men' and 'Green Lantern' he has to reveal some information about it.
He said: "To me, all people need to know is that it's an adventure about a small town and it's funny, it's sweet, it's scary and there's a mystery: What is this thing that has escaped? What are the ramifications of its presence? And what is the effect on people? But I know that's not enough.
"I feel we need a little bit of a coming-out party because we are up against massive franchises and brands and most people don't know what 'Super 8' means. We're a complete anomaly in a summer of huge films. And we don't want to be so silent or coy that people don't care or don't hear about it."
According to a release, the movie sees a group of young children creating a zombie movie on a Super 8 camera.
However, one night while filming, a truck collides with a train and something "inhuman" emerges from the wreckage.