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As the Star Wars universe continues to expand an an incredible rate, we pulled together a collection of side characters we would like to see get their own solo movie.
We've got our first look at Gwedoline Christie as Captain Phasma in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and it is totally badass.
Obviously, it’s May the 4th, which has become an unofficial holiday for fans. But with so many exciting Star Wars projects on the horizon, today’s suddenly the perfect day for Lucasfilm and Disney to drop important information… like the identity of the character Adam Driver is playing in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Just this morning, Disney announced their next generation of products to hit stores. In line with the upcoming, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the company will be putting out toys, collectibles, books and apparel in stores on “Force Friday”.
Just last night, the second of the standalone Star Wars “anthology” films had a major setback when its director Josh Trank exited the project. Now with the studio in search for another filmmaker, sources report that the original director was actually fired.
Josh Trank, who had been hired to direct and develop the second of the standalone Star Wars "anthology" films for Lucasfilm, has left that project for undisclosed reasons.
How much sick time do you have right now? Enough to watch all seven Star Wars films in a row this December? Then we might have something you'll be interested to read about.
Star Wars: Rogue One doesn't drop in theaters for a while, but that doesn't mean we're not excited. We don't have a ton of details about the film just yet, but here's what we know so far.
As the new mega-franchise maestro of the Star Wars brand, J.J. Abrams most certainly gets inundated with requests from fans. However, a duo of amateur astronomy enthusiasts decided to make their own special request float above the pack by launching an X-Wing fighter into actual space! Well…an X-Wing fighter model, anyway.
Between Age of Adaline and the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, Harrison Ford is having a pretty solid week, so what better time to countdown some of our favorite characters he's played over the years.
While the excitement surrounding this December’s Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens is hardly contained to just one particular thing, the film’s depicted globule gizmo in the droid, BB-8 has become a breakout star. In fact, it seems that it’s already inspiring real-life homebrew contraptions that, with a little know-how, you can make on your own!
What’s a Jedi to do when he or she falls in love? Suppress those feelings, apparently.This didn’t sit well with one young Star Wars fan, so he did what any hopeful Padawan would do, he wrote a persuasive letter to George Lucas to rectify the situation.
You may not know this unless you’re a hardcore Star Wars fan, but there is one particular violent act that occurs in just about every single film in the franchise: a character gets a hand or an arm cut off. What you may not know, however, is that Marvel Studios took a great deal of inspiration from this piece of trivia.
It’s certainly safe to say that the fate of beloved bounty hunter, Boba Fett has always been a sore Sarlacc-strewn spot among the Star Wars fanbase over the years. While there’s always been subsequent novels and comic books showcasing a narrative of his survival, it seems that his chances of returning to the continuity are better than they’ve ever been, thanks to the current methodology of the Disney-sized Lucasfilm.
George Lucas, the father of Star Wars, one of history’s most beloved movie franchises of all time, the founder of Lucasfilm, is a man of simple tastes. Even for a conversation with Stephen Colbert at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in front of an audience of hundreds of people, he still dons his same old grandpa jeans and white sneakers.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens already features a ton of returning players. In light of the potential for original characters to make their comebacks, actor Ray Park wants to return as Darth Maul. And he has an idea of how to do it.
This was a GREAT first step for Star Wars: Rogue One, and a killer end to an incredible weekend in Anaheim!
It was made clear that the films directed by Gareth Edwards and Josh Trank are going to be Non-Saga films, meaning that they do not connect to the trilogy of films helmed by J.J. Abrams and, later, Rian Johnson.
It’s been more than 30 years since Return of the Jedi, so there are bound to be some major changes in the Star Wars universe when The Force Awakens drops later this year. One thing we now know is that the two factions formerly known as the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance will be going by different names.