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Diehard Star Wars fans are willing to stand in long lines and sit through lengthy movies in their favorite franchise, and now we may know how long Star Wars: The Force Awakens is.
With three saga films on the way, in addition to three so-called Star Wars Stories, it's pretty clear that Lucasfilm and Disney have a very clear vision for what they want to do with the future of George Lucas' great sci-fi franchise - but apparently that vision includes giving J.J. Abrams a lot of control when it comes to kicking off the newest era.
If the lack of information regarding Star Wars: The Force Awakens has caused you any sort of distress, don’t fret; you are not alone. Anthony Daniels, the actor responsible for portraying timorous droid C-3PO in all seven Star Wars films has spoken out about the level of discretion associated with the film—referring to it as “ludicrous.”
C3P-O himself Anthony Daniels has been talking about the differences between George Lucas and J.J. Abrams, and it's quite clear that he has a favorite.
A brand new banner for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been released, and it gives us a great glimpse at Domhnall Gleeson's chilling General Hux.
It's been more than 30 years since Harrison Ford played Han Solo, and a lot of people wondered if he still had it in him to play that scruffy-looking nerf herder again, including J.J. Abrams.
In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the First Order has taken up the cause of the Empire, and J.J. Abrams just revealed the nefarious inspiration they drew on to create these new villains.
We’re getting closer and closer to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and even though director J.J. Abrams likes to keep a tight lid on his Mystery Box, some new details about the villainous Kylo Ren have emerged.
In the Star Wars movies, there really isn't much gray area when it comes to theEmpire: they're just straight up evil. Even if we didn't hear about oppression around the galaxy, or see them blow up a planet, there's the fact that their leadership actively worships something referred to as "the dark side."
Asking a filmmaker to rank their favorite characters is a bit like asking parents to rank their children. And while we don't know enough about Star Wars: The Force Awakens to pick our own yet, director J.J. Abrams just revealed his favorite.
Simon Pegg is multitalented actor and writer. He's also a huge nerd, especially when it comes to Star Wars. While we knew he has a small role in The Force Awakens, it turns out he had a bigger role shaping the film than we thought.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens suffered what could have been a major setback in the middle of production when Harrison Ford broke his leg. However, according to director J.J. Abrams, it became something of a blessing in disguise.
We already learned that Adam Driver’s Sith character received the name Kylo Ren after joining the organization known as The Knights of Ren. So what about the central trio, as well as folks like Captain Phasma, General Hux and that lovable, rolling droid BB-8?
As a lifelong fan, J.J. Abrams was torn about whether or not to direct the next Star Wars movie. In the end, however, it was one simple question that he needed to know the answer to that inspired him to take the job.
You signed on to direct the first chapter of a planned trilogy, but you knew that several more movies were on the docket, including the conclusion to a trilogy you were starting, as well as several spinoff movies. Would you be able to stop at just one movie, or would your creative curiosity get the better of you?
Star Wars: The Force Awakens delivered its last trailer at the Star Wars Celebration Expo this past April, and while bits and pieces of footage have found their way online since, fans have been chomping at the bit to see more of the sci-fi blockbuster. If you feel this way, I have some bad news.
George Lucas made some sweeping changes to the Star Wars universe with his prequels, but when we sit down to watch The Force Awakens later this year, J.J. Abrams promises there's one thing we won't see.
Unfortunately for The Force Awakens director, J.J. Abrams, who tried to help Ford after his on-set leg injury last year, he got a firsthand lesson about the ironic dangers of grace-deprived good intentions when he suffered an injury of his own.
It’s not enough for Daniel Criag to deny involvement in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, he also needs to attempt to drive a wedge between Star Trek collaborators Pegg and Abrams? Talk about having a license to be catty.
Kevin Smith soldiered on, and ended up playing to nearly 2,000+ people, according to reports – or as Smith calls it, one-third of the room. Listen to the whole Podcast. It’s a terrific recount of it, where Smith talks honestly about how his greatest nightmare was always the fear of showing up to a Hall H panel and finding no one in the room.