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Expectations are pretty high for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and another record looks like it's about to be obliterated in the wake of J.J. Abrams' would-be epic. Read on to see the latest casualty to the power of the Force.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is going to put up some serious box office business. But exactly how much money will it bring in for the mouse house as they release their first movie from >Lucasfilm? The expectations have to be high.
The Star Wars franchise is known for many iconic designs, and the hope is surely that The Force Awakens will continue that legacy. One design in particular is the look of Kylo Ren's mask - which apparently was literally created with the intention of leaving an indelible stamp on young audience's minds.
The original Star Wars trilogy has it’s share of twists and turns throughout the plot. But amongst all the shocking revelations, there’s one moment J.J. Abrams feels, that in retrospect, is downright disturbing.
J.J. Abrams, director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has a pretty clear idea of at least one person who should be involved in the series at some point.
Whether it’s in television or on in features, J.J. Abrams has developed a habit of a taking on large fictional worlds and developing them over many years. Of course, the latest venture for the filmmaker is the Star Wars saga, but with many films planned to come out in the next few years, we’ve been left wondering exactly how creatively involved he will be with all of the proceedings.
We know that "the Force is strong" in the Skywalker family, but if you were excited to see Leia using the Jedi Mind Trick, you may be disappointed with Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
We’re actually days away from a new Star Wars movie. Everybody who grew up with the series is excited, and that includes the young actors who are joining the franchise for the first time.
Midi-chlorians are one of Star Wars fans least favorite elements of that far, far away galaxy. J.J. Abrams revealed how he'll approach the Force, and steer away from midi-chlorians, in The Force Awakens.
Character design plays a huge part in creating and selling the Star Wars universe, and new villain Kylo Ren almost looked like a completely different character.
In the modern blockbuster world, post-credits scenes have become very popular. The films made by Marvel Studios are arguably best known for it, but fun stingers have also been found in the X-Men franchise movies as well as the latest Terminator.
Say what you will about the evilness of the Galactic Empire in Star Wars, but it’s hard to argue that they weren’t a tremendously organized bunch. Justifiably, many of us figured that this would be an element carried over to The First Order in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but apparently that isn’t actually the case.
With all the interviews that have been done for Star Wars: The Force Awakens it’s not hard to imagine that some of those interviewed have probably said some things that they’d like to take back. Now, J.J. Abrams is getting asked to explain himself for something he said recently.
Despite the fact that he guided the franchise from birth, George Lucas didn't have anything to do with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but he had a very good reason for sitting this one out.
J.J. Abrams and company recently put the finishing touches on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but over the course of the editing process, one character's contribution may have been greatly trimmed.
Carrie Fisher just revealed the exact amount of weight that she was asked to lose for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, while at the same time lamenting the fact that she needed to.
The Star Wars movies are full of scenes that have become iconic and memorable in the 40 years since the series began. Near the top of any list, however, must be the cantina scene from the original film.
J.J Abrams admitted that he turned to a particularly nerdy employee at Lucasfilm to help him with any fact checking all things Star Wars for The Force Awakens.
There's a lot of pressure on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and J.J. Abrams feels that as a fan and a filmmaker. He was so nervous about showing the film off for the first time that he called the whole experience "horrifying."
Many of us got our first introduction to the Star Wars franchise as children. It’s this nostalgia, as much as anything else that built the films into the massive juggernaut that they are today.