After Colin Treverrow was fired from the helm of the still untitled 9th movie in the Star Wars franchise amid reports of clashing with the head of Lucasfilm, Kathleen Kennedy, there were plenty of questions as to who they would get to finish up third section of films. Well they've gone with what worked the first time and brought 2015's The Force Awakens J.J. Abrams back onboard. This is a good or bad move depending on your view of TFA. Some fans are glad because of the care and homages he put into that movie. Others didn't like it as much because they thought it was too close to Episode IV: A New Hope. I personally am glad to see him back on board with the recent troubles with directors for the Han Solo movie and then with Treverrow. All we know for sure is there will be lens flares galore.