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We live in a diverse world and slowly but surely our entertainment has evolved to represent this fact. One franchise that received a good deal of praise for its diverse casting was Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
While not an official holiday on the calendar, May 4 has become an adopted day of celebration for all things Star Wars (simply because, when said aloud, the date sounds like “May The Fourth Be With You,” which is reason enough for us).
Star Wars has forever changed the world of sci-fi, effects, and film in general. One fan seems to realize this, and has edited together a modern trailer for the original trilogy as whole.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is firmly rooted in the Star Wars mythos, but we know for sure that a certain villain won't be showing up any time soon.
Scientists in Papua New Guinea have decided to honor the iconic Star Wars character Chewbacca in an incredibly weird fashion.
Secrecy in film has become one of the most important parts of the production. With so many people dying to know what’s going on behind the scenes and studios wanting to keep everything under wraps, the actors with the answers are sworn to silence.
Mel Brooks once famously said, “it’s good to be the king.” As it turns out, it’s not half bad being a prince either. You get to take personal tours of active movie studios while they’re filming one of the most secretive movies in all of Hollywood.
We all those flying words across the screen are iconic Star Wars but have you ever wondered where those words come from? Well, George Lucas knows and instead of admitting who shot first, he's revealed the secret narrator of Star Wars .
When certain writers or directors work on projects there are often actors that you can feel fairly safe will show up in one place or another. Tim Burton has Johnny Depp. Quentin Tarantino has Samuel L. Jackson. Rian Johnson has one too.
Carrie Fisher recently admitted that her least favorite line of dialogue in the entire Star Wars saga occurs in A New Hope, when she’s begging Obi-Wan Kenobi for help.
The Star Wars franchise basically invented the science fiction blockbuster movie. However, the next installment may be going in a very different direction.
The Star Wars universe is full of spacecraft named after letters of the alphabet. While there is no more famous ship of this type than the trust X-wing fighter, there are several others. One of them is making a return.
In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, there is nobody more interesting than Rey. She is in the dark about much of her own history, so we are forced to make some suppositions about her role in Episode 8.
When Anakin Skywalker was badly burned and maimed during his battle with Obi-Wan Kenobi, it was clear that quite a bit of medical technology would be needed in order to keep the young Jedi alive.
Dave Franco, recently spoke to his experience when auditioning for the Han Solo, and if he tried to channel Harrison Ford while reading.
After making what seemed like a pretty definitive statement over the identity of Rey's parents, J.J. Abrams has taken a step back to clarify his remark. Let the fans theories keep rolling in.
Believe it or not, the original script for Star Wars approached the story of Obi-Wan Kenobi a little bit differently. Read on to see how those differences would have changed the history of the franchise at large.
We now finally know how C-3PO lost his arm before Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And it's actually a doozy of a story.
Star Wars: Force for Change was launched along with production of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and now Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is looking to get in on the action and help raise money for a good cause.
There may be no films ever created that are as loved as the original Star Wars trilogy. While those first films are approaching their 40th birthday, they have never gone out of popularity. However, with every generation that is introduced to the films, most are forced to only see them on a television screen.