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The People vs. George Lucas II Wants You To Vent About Episode VII
Have a big gripe about how JJ Abrams is handling Star Wars: Episode VII so far? Alexandre O. Philippe is ready to hear you out, and possibly put you into his next film!
Star Wars: Episode VII's 3rd Villain Might Not Be Who You Think It Is
So far, despite the detective work of the internet's best scoopers, we're still unsure as to what the major threat in Star Wars: Episode VII really is. Some early chatter pointed in the direction of "Jedi Hunters," though if a recent report is to be believed, that might just be the assumed name of the forces menacing Luke, Leia, Han and company in the next chapter of the sci-fi saga.
Star Wars: Episode VII Villain Details Revealed?
When it comes to the plot of Star Wars: Episode VII, we know that Luke, Leia and Han will be back and that the story takes place about 30 years afte the events seen in Return of the Jedi. Beyond that, everything else in J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan's script is a complete mystery. That said, the rumor mill is constantly pumping out various interesting reports on a regular basis, and today we have a very interesting one about the film's possible new villains.
Star Wars: Episode VII May Be Without Harrison Ford For As Many As Eight Weeks
After months of what has seemed like smooth sailing, Star Wars: Episode VII has managed to run into a fairly sizable speedbump. Late last week we reported that Harrison Ford had an accident on set and had been rushed to the hospital. While it looked like everything was going to be fine at first, things changed last night when it was revealed by Ford's son that the actor would require surgery on his ankle.
Harrison Ford's Star Wars: Episode VII Injury May Require Surgery
The Millennium Falcon is the stereotypical example of a trusty ship. It was able to make the Kessel Run in 12 Parsecs, it helped destroy not one but two Death Stars, and it has long been a fixture in any discussion about the best spaceship in science fiction history. But now, the legendary ship has let its captain down for the first time.
Harrison Ford Injured On Star Wars Episode VII Set, Taken To Hospital
There's bad news coming from the set of Star Wars Episode VII. Harrison Ford has reportedly suffered an injury to his ankle during the production of the highly anticipated sci-fi film and was taken to a local hospital to be treated. According to the report, the injury somehow involved the Millennium Falcon. Shooting will resume while the actor recovers.
Simon Pegg Rumored To Have A 'Secret' Role In Star Wars: Episode VII
Could Simon Pegg, like J.J. Abrams, be one of the few to successfully dip a toe into the two biggest sci-fi properties in the geek community? It’s possible.
Star Wars: Episode VII May Focus On John Boyega's Character
The information about John Boyega isn’t the only update shared on the site. The moles at L-R believe that Star Wars: Episode VII is going to have a female villain, and they are pretty confident that she will be a Sith.
Mark Hamill Will Look Like This In Star Wars: Episode VII
So what do we think of the older, wiser Luke Skywalker? He’s fitting the bill once served by his mentor, Obi-Wan, possibly taking new Jedi under his wing and preparing them for new challenges that will threaten the rebel alliance (as well as the galaxy). So yeah, basically he looks like an older actor.
J.J. Abrams Has Perfect Response To Leaked Star Wars: Episode VII Photos
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.
Star Wars: Episode VII Suddenly Has A Massive Problem With Leaked Set Photos
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?
Lupita Nyong'o And Gwendoline Christie Might Look Like This In Star Wars: Episode VII
It's like the geek gods (or you know Disney producers) heard the outcry for more heroines and gave us a response so good it seemed impossible to believe. The goddess of the red carpet and Game of Thrones' Brienne of Tarth in one movie together!? I was overwhelmed with joy and so I took to Twitter.
Of Course J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII Is Going To Have Strong, Kick-Ass Females
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.
Star Wars Episode VII Adds Lupita Nyong'o And Gwendoline Christie
Star Wars dropped some very exciting news on fans today in the form of two casting announcements in one. 12 Years a Slave star Lupita Nyong'o and Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie have joined Star Wars: Episode VII.
Jim Henson's Creature Shop Is Not Working On Star Wars: Episode VII
Not that Jim Henson’s Creature Shop had anything to do with Star Wars: Episode VII in the first place… or any past Star Wars film, for that matter. While it’s true George Lucas approached Jim Henson back in the day to design the Yoda puppet for Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back, Henson was too bogged down with running his own company, and passed.