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Oscar Isaac talks about his upcoming projects, including a little movie called Star Wars: Episode VII, in this new interview. Find out what he really loves about JJ Abrams' new production.
Back in 2012, before J.J. Abrams landed the job of directing Star Wars: Episode VII, this man's name was linked to the upcoming film. As it turned out, those early rumors weren’t just speculation.
J.J. Abrams is bound to hide some Easter Eggs and include some fan service cameos in Star Wars: Episode VII. Today we take a look at seven characters we'd like to catch up with.
The design of the Stormtrooper has enjoyed several tweaks through the first six Star Wars movies, from the clean-cut white-and-black appearance in A New Hope to the color enhancements brought in for the digital prequels and the new Clone Wars TV shows.
Do you regard yourself as a Star Wars nut? Do you think your knowledge and devotion to George Lucas’ series is beyond compare? Now ask yourself; would you buy a drone and fly it over Pinewood Studios just to get a glimpse of Star Wars Episode VII being filmed? If you said no, then you’re not even close to be on the top echelon of Jedi connoisseurs. If you said yes, I’m not sure whether to be impressed or ashamed of your antics. I think I'm a bit of both.
Roger Moore, AKA James Bond, recently visited the Star Wars: Episode VII set, and what he saw has fans speculating that a return trip to one of The Empire Strikes Back's most beloved locations could be in the works.
The ball is in your court now, Mr. Snyder. What are you planning to share next? Listen to our Monday Movie Memo, perhaps. Take a few of our suggestions. Let’s keep this game going, gentlemen.
This video takes us front and center for the best look of the Falcon that we have seen. It cements the fact that J.J. Abrams is going above and beyond to build actual ships and use practical sets and effects for Star Wars: Episode VII.
Similar to how you will regularly hear John Ratzenberger's voice in a Pixar movie or find a Stan Lee cameo in a Marvel Comics-based film, writer/director J.J. Abrams isn't a big fan of working on movies or television shows without the inclusion of his own little good luck charm actor. Fortunately, the director was able to bring him along for Star Wars: Episode VII
Just like Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, actor Anthony Daniels is an incredibly important part of the Star Wars legacy. He's just slightly handicapped by the fact that you can't see his face under the C-3PO helmet. He and Kenny Baker, the man inside R2-D2, are the only actors to be part of every single film, so when Star Wars: Episode VII started to move into active development, it made perfect sense that they would return.
Given the amount of secrecy J.J. Abrams prefers to have on and around his movie sets, Star Wars: Episode VII has been an open book. We know a lot more about Star Wars: Episode VII than anticipated. Still, how much of it is true?
The latest Episode VII gossip has Adam Driver's character linked to one of the villains of Attack of the Clones. Could the new trilogy's bad guys have ties to Star Wars' distant past?
When most of the cast for Star Wars: Episode VII was announced this past spring, it included a number of names that aren't exactly household yet - like Adam Driver and John Boyega - but at the same time those actors are well known by fans who closely follow the film world. The same, however, could not really be said about actress Daisy Ridley.
The picture gives us another glance at the new Batmobile for Ben Affleck’s Batman, and that vehicle has had a bust couple of days. First, it was photographed on the streets of Detroit. Then, Zack Snyder shared an official look at the car. Then, we saw it in action.
Everyone wants to pilot an X-Wing, and I know it's pretty cliché to say this, given how often it’s said in movies these days, but I’d take mine in black. Lo and behold, J.J. Abrams is already on top of that, and we now have our first look at this brand new addition to the Star Wars vehicle collection.
If you're anxious to get a sneak peek at what J.J. Abrams and company are cooking up in Star Wars: Episode VII, then you'll want to watch the new animated series Star Wars Rebels when it debuts next month on Disney XD.
Thanks to some careful hints placed by director J.J. Abrams - as well as the fact that Kevin Smith loves to tell a good story - we already know that Han Solo's legendary ship, the Millennium Falcon, will be featured in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII. That said, we've only really seen the tiniest little details so far - but now we have a brand new photo that completely changes that game.
J.J. Abrams has released yet another Tweet that dares Star Wars fans to try and piece together just what he's doing with the next installment of the franchise. See if you can guess what's going on in this latest cryptic photo.
Playing the charismatic, expert swordsman Syrio Forel on the HBO series Game of Thrones, actor Miltos Yerolemou showed that he is pretty skilled performing with a blade. Now you can prepare for a ton of suggestion that he'll be trading his broadsword for a lightsaber in Star Wars: Episode VII.
Is there a budding Drew Struzan waiting to be tapped by Abrams to help promote next year’s Star Wars sequel? Let’s scan through a few of our favorite fan-made one sheets for the next Star Wars.
Three incredible posters. One features the Millennium Falcon and a squadron of X-Wing fighters, all worse for the wear after the Battle of Endor. Another depicts a Star Destroyer crashing into what looks like an ocean.
Remember how Palpatine told Anakin about the myth of Darth Plagueis, the man who defeated death? Well, seeing as how The Emperor knew about this story, he just might know how Darth Plagueis beat death.
To understand our future, we must sometimes look to the past. In the case of Star Wars, it looks like they've taken that lesson to heart, and will continue to do so at the L.A. Philharmonic's gala opening.
One of the sharpest criticisms levied against George Lucas' Star Wars prequels was focused on the writer/director's abandonment of practical effects and puppetry in favor of CGI - which was quite a good deal less advanced than it is today. Fortunately, that's not the direction that the new trilogy of films will be looking in.
Adam Driver says it’s “surreal” working in Star Wars, and he has to keep a tight lip about everything. But I was VERY intrigued by his honest answer about why cast members are quiet in interviews.