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Comedian Amy Schumer is a divisive public figure, but that Star Wars-themed photoshoot pissed some people off. Even Lucasfilm is none too pleased.
Star Wars returns to theaters on December 18, 2015 with Star Wars Episode VII. The new film will continue the adventures of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Leia Organa. We answer all the questions you have about the new Star Wars movies. What would the new movies be about? Would they bring back classic characters or introduce new ones? Would there be new stories set outside of the trilogy?
With the Star Wars Anthology movies looking to fill the gaps between episodes, there's a need for intriguing stories to tell. Read on to find out how Guillermo Del Toro proposes to fill one such gap.
While attendees were treated to never-before-seen sneak peeks from the film, director J.J. Abrams, producer Kathleen Kennedy and writer Lawrence Kasdan introduced a new creature from the Star Wars universe. Watch him waddle across the stage in our exclusive video.
There are very few communities as tight-knit and as celebratory as the Star Wars community, and tonight, they threw a party for the ages.
For the most part, Lucasfilm kept Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the anthology films out of the Comic-Con spotlight. But they still brought something special for the fans.
Most of what we know concretely about Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a collection of names, but now we have a new one to add to the list as we've learned a bit about Domhnall Gleeson's character.
While the Star Wars sequel trilogy arrives this December with Episode VII: The Force Awakens, the identity of the director who will helm the series’ 2019 swan song may have been revealed. According to an early report, Colin Trevorrow, the up and coming filmmaker behind this summer’s Jurassic World will be named the director of the unnamed Star Wars: Episode IX.
Comic-Con is in full effect in San Diego today, and among the many fans who showed up to celebrate their love of all things comics and pop culture, were those who wore their fandom on the outside. That includes a bit of Star Wars appreciation, some Disney love, and — Great Scott! — a couple of excellent nods to Back to the Future.
There have been tons of rumors surrounding Star Wars: Rogue One, but the latest report is full of the most exciting potential details yet.
If you remember back during the International Toy Fair, Hasbro unveiled a Chewbacca-themed Fubry called Furbacca. But San Diego Comic-Con has this one beat. Introducing Legendary Yoda! The toy was previewed during the toy fair, but we were able to get up close and very personal with the small green Jedi master.
It’s possible that one day soon, we’ll grow tired of seeing our beloved pop culture icons created in LEGO form. But thanks to these displays – particularly a LEGO Chris Pratt! – that day hasn’t yet arrived.
When the first ever trailer for J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuted last year, it gave us our first look at one seriously awesome new vehicle: a speeder driven by Daisy Ridley’s character, Rey. Well, today we got an even better look at the cool new transport, as it is currently parked on the convention floor of San Diego Comic-Con.
Despite the secrecy surrounding Star Wars: Rogue One, one thing that’s clear is that the film will feature some familiar characters. In fact, they're bringing back the biggest, baddest villain of them all.
Han Solo is definitely getting his own standalone Star Wars movie. Now we know when it's coming, and Lucasfilm hired the perfect directing duo for the job.
The launch of the Star Wars sequel trilogy this December with Episode VII: The Force Awakens, we will introduce a slew of new characters. However, rumors are circulating that the middle act might add some Force-powered chop-socky with the exciting addition of Hong Kong action star, Donnie Yen.
With the Star Wars universe set to expand like never before, we expected to hear news of this before too long, but now it seems that Star Wars: Rogue One, the first standalone anthology film, has started shooting.
There hasn't been any official announcement about a plan for the future of Obi-wan Kenobi, and for now it remains just an option, but if the franchise should decide to go in that direction, the current run of Marvel Comics are providing filmmakers what could be source material from which they can work.
A lot of time has passed between Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and now we know a few details about how Lucasfilm plans to fill in that gap.
We've known for a few months now what the brand new Stormtroopers would look like in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens - both thanks to >concept art and trailer footage - but a question that has remained is exactly why the classic uniform got an upgrade.