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Earlier this week, the mother of all Star Wars spoilers hit the Internet. We’re not here to debate the ethics of whether or not it should exist. Instead, now that it’s out there, we’re here to talk about what it means or could mean. Hell, we’re here to talk about whether or not it’s even legitimate.
With J.J. Abrams at the helm, we all expect that Star Wars: Episode VII will be jam-packed with references to the original trilogy – even beyond the fact that every member of the main cast is coming back. That fact only makes this fresh rumor more believable.
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.
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.
Clearly, Jeremy Renner loves his franchises. That’s why he’s a key player in not just The Avengers, but the Hansel & Gretel, Mission: Impossible and Bourne film series too. It turns out though that even he was previously worried about his roles in each of these franchises, and that he only took the part of William Brandt in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol because Tom Cruise kept nagging him and he wanted to get off the phone.
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
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?
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.
This, of course, is far from the first time that we've ever heard about a particularly out-there version of a superhero movie that wound up getting trapped forever in development hell. Some of you will remember that years ago Darren Aronofsky was going to make an adaptation of Frank Miller's Batman: Year One that would have featured a homeless Bruce Wayne, an African-American auto-mechanic named Al subbing in for the role of Alfred, and a batmobile that was also a Lincoln Continental.
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.
JJ Abrams has tweeted yet another surprising clue to the Star Wars: Episode VII plot line, as well as selected a winner for the Star Wars: Force For Change drawing. Find out about both inside.
Billie Lourd is the daughter of Carrie Fisher and casting agent Bryan Lourd. The Sun states that she was cast because of her similarity to Carrie Fisher, though you never know HOW J.J. Abrams plans to use her.
Production on Star Wars: Episode VII was running so smoothly, causing some fans to wonder just when the bad news was going to rear its ugly head. If the latest rumors are true, your inner pessimist may have won that bet.
JJ Abrams has been widely known for using his “mystery box” approach to making movies, in order to reserve the audience's reactions for their first viewing. This makes the fact that he actually tweeted a photo with some crucial details from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII all the more awesome.
What do you guys think? Are you glad that an undercover mole is sharing all of these exclusive photos from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII? Would you rather wait until December 2015?
With J.J. Abrams recent casting of Lupita Nyong'o and Gwendoline Christie, the accusations of his cast lacking diversity seem to be wearing thin. Though if you knew where to look in his previous career, you'd be able to see that it really wasn't going to ever be a big problem in the first place.
"The Star Wars fans are some of the most passionate and committed folks around the globe,” says director J.J. Abrams. “We’re thrilled to offer a chance to come behind the scenes as our VIP guests and be in Star Wars: Episode VII."
As anxious as we all are about Star Wars: Episode VII, you have to imagine that the pressure is on for J.J. Abrams, the cast and crew of the film, all of whom are likely hoping to put out a film that will live up to the high hopes and expectations of the generations of Star Wars fans. J.J. Abrams apparently recognizes the value of some words of motivation...
May The Fourth be with you, everyone! Today fans around the world are putting Blu-ray/DVD/VHS/Laserdisc copies of the Star Wars films into their home theater systems and celebrating the annual international event known as Star Wars Day. Because of the holiday, many have been expecting that we will hear some kind of big news from the production of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII - which has been shrouded in secrecy.
We first got a hint about this particular character's casting last week. Jason Flemyng - who is 47 years old - revealed a page of the Star Wars script on his Instagram feed on Wednesday, suggesting that he was going out for a part in the movie. "40-something military man" seems like a good fit for him, no?
Because R2-D2 and C-3PO are droids, they have longer lifespans than every living thing in the universe, and as a result have found their way into the saga from beginning to end. Being familiar with this fact, we have always had every reason to believe that both C-3PO and R2-D2 would be coming back for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII.