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Harrison Ford wasn't really that bothered about the release of the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. In fact it rudely interrupted both a football game and his dinner plans
The wait is almost over, as Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be out in theaters in just a little over a month, but thinking about what we know of the film, and what we expect, we’ve compiled a list of 10 mysteries about the movie that we’re excited to see solved.
Daniel Fleetwood had already survived longer than doctors expected from his terminal cancer diagnosis. The lifelong Star Wars only had one thing he wanted before he passed away, to see The Force Awakens.
When Disney announced their plans to bring back the galaxy far, far away they didn’t start small. An entire new trilogy was announced all at once, but unlike the last one, this new series of films has many different people involved.
Bringing back theStar Wars saga has got to be one of the biggest undertakings in the history of the movie business. J.J. Abrams may be absolutely mad for even trying.
One element of Star Wars: The Force Awakens that fans have already fallen in love with is the adorable new droid BB-8, but aside from rolling around on a ball, there may be something else that sets the new sidekick apart.
Daisy Ridley and John Boyega had a whale of a time on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, especially when it came to stealing from Harrison Ford.
Auditioning for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was an arduous, daunting task, but one of the new additions, Gwendoline Christie, not only dove in headfirst, she fought like hell for her role, and she just revealed why.
Appearing in a Star Wars movie is like a dream come true for star John Boyega, and now the lifelong fan of that galaxy far, far away reveals his all time favorite moment from the saga.
The outfit Jabba the Hutt forces Princess Leia to wear in Return of the Jedi has become iconic over the years, but perhaps for the wrong reasons, and Disney is looking to eliminate it moving forward.
George Lucas takes a lot of heat for how he altered the original versions of his Star Wars films, but he once had a very different view on the idea of people altering old films.
It’s one of the great sleights in movie history. At the end of the original Star Wars film the Death Star has been destroyed. Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Chewbacca attend a ceremony where medals are presented and Chewbacca gets...nothing.
The entire planet has gone Star Wars crazy this year with the Force Awakens mere months away. Many of us have already bought our tickets and we’re waiting for the days to tick by so we can finally see the new film.
Dave Bautista isn't just content with starring in a Marvel and James Bond film, he wants to appear in Star Wars too.
Freddy Krueger opens up about how audiences almost got a vastly different version of Han Solo back when Star Wars first hit theaters in 1977.
Getting a major role in a Star Wars movie can be something of a double edged sword. You become world famous overnight, which certainly has its upside. But it has negatives as well.
There are a few things that we know about the new Star Wars movie. There are also things that are being actively kept hidden from us. Somewhere in the middle of all that is this little detail called “the plot.”
If you're not entirely up on your Star Wars trivia, it may surprise you to know that Luke Skywalker wasn't actually the original name of the hero in the original 1977 film. Instead, writer/director George Lucas initially intended the character to be named Luke Starkiller.
No character in the Star Wars universe, hero or villain, is as reviled and despised as Jar Jar Binks. He's not going to be in The Force Awakens, but this new video imagines what it would be like if he was.
Is this a case of art imitating life, or movie marketing gone extreme? It’s probably not really either with a slight influence of both. While it’s been decades since the end of communist rule in eastern Europe, much of the remnants of the region's past still exist.