BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Thursday marks the beginning of the annual Star Wars Celebration expo, and we will see the full trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens revealed. Exciting as that sounds, a new rumor has popped up saying that the folks behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are planning to do some thunder stealing.
The Star Wars saga hits the digital marketplace tomorrow, and while that's all well and good, the new editions might fix what is generally considered the biggest mistake George Lucas made with the special editions.
Having landed the gig of a lifetime in Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens as X-Wing pilot, Poe Dameron, Oscar Isaac would turn to another iconic ace in the Star Wars mythos, who’s also a pilot in real life in Harrison Ford for what he thought would be sagely acting advice relating to the cockpit.
These next few years are packed full of the most highly anticipated movie releases. As if this slate of upcoming titles couldn’t get any better, IMAX has just announced a massive renewal deal to make your movie-going experience all the more enticing.
Over the years, Star Wars fans have been able to purchase the saga films on a wide variety of formats - from LaserDisc, to VHS, to DVD to Blu-ray. Well, now the legendary sci-fi franchise is finally taking the next step in home media, as it has finally been announced that all six Star Wars movies will soon be available on DigitalHD.
Obviously at this point we don't really know what directions the franchise will go in, but if a new rumor is to be believed, then Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie may be on track to become a key part of the series' future.
Dedicated Star Wars fans have long been traveling to the famous sets to try witness some of the magic in these exotic locales. Those planning a trip to Tataouine in Tunisia, though, are being discouraged from doing so.
It was just a couple months ago that the release date of Star Wars: The Force Awakens forced Mission: Impossible 5 to move from its December perch to July, but now it seems that the Tom Cruise-led franchise is getting a bit of revenge.
Have you ever wondered what conclusion of the Original Trilogy of Star Wars films would be like without those furry, cute, possibly cannibalistic teddy bears known as Ewoks? Well, someone on YouTube did and decided to proactively see what it would be like. Now, this slickly edited version of the explosive end for the evil Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor, gives us a context-shattering new perspective on what we’ve known.
Most of us who grew up watching the Star Wars movies would probably kill for the opportunity to sit in the cockpit of an actual X-Wing. I mean, it is the preferred ship of Luke Skywalker himself, and easily one of the most iconic spaceships in pop culture history. Exciting as you might imagine it, however, there is an actual downside to filming in one that you may have never considered.
We’ve always had some lingering questions about what happened in the Star Wars universe following the destruction of the second Death Star, and while many of those questions were answered in the sprawling expanded universe, all of that was vaporized when Disney scrapped the entire EU last year.
There a few spiritual similarities between the Harry Potter and Star Wars franchises. According to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, there are even more comparisons to be made as the world of HP continues to grow with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Disney’s plan to essentially reboot the Star Wars Expanded Universe with at least 20 new books more connected to the continuity with the movies just got real. The title and synopsis of the first of these critical novels has been released and let’s just say that optimism is justified.
Heave you ever wondered what it might be like to ride upon a speeder bike? Well, wonder no more as we can now all have a front row experience thanks to an avid Star Wars fan, who built an impressive customized imperial speeder bike and shot this cool little video complete with first person P.O.V. Check it out below.
Star Wars: Rogue One will be the first film in the franchise to arrive in theaters without a John Williams score.
The announcement of Star Wars spinoff film, Rogue One, had many assuming that the film would focus on the ragtag group of Rebel pilots collectively known as Rogue Squadron. However, based on eyewitness accounts, concept art displayed apparently told a different story; depicting something that more resembles the Halo video game series!
Star Wars: Rogue One's announcement that it will hit cinemas on May 26, 2017, has made The Fantastic Four 2 slightly alter its course
Among a few major announcements about the newly-reinvigorated Star Wars film franchise, it appears that the upcoming first Star Wars spinoff film has finally been given a title of Rogue One! So, with that established, here are 5 possibilities that the film could use.
In general terms, Rogue One is the leader of Rogue Squadron, a unit of pilots fighting with the Rebel Alliance against the evil Galactic Empire. But when did this group form? Who are the members? Where have we seen them before? All of these questions and more will be answered inside!
The first spinoff Star Wars film now has a title. Rogue One will be the first official solo, standalone Star Wars film, according to reports just released by Disney.