With his movie “Star Trek” in post-production and TV show “Fringe” set to debut on Fox next month, big-deal producer-director J.J. Abrams has his sights set on his next project — a Universal disaster film about an earthquake. Abrams is teaming up with David Seltzer, who wrote the original “Omen.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, it won’t be a remake of the studio’s 1974 movie “Earthquake,” but will focus on relationships — in the vein of Abrams’ successful and scary “Cloverfield” — with the disaster as a backdrop.