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The look of Star Wars has evolved a great deal over the years, and as it turns out, the costume designer for The Force Awakens found inspiration in two very unlikely sources.
There are a lot of people in the movie industry who want to work on Star Wars, Damon Lindelof, however, is not one of them.
George Lucas has revealed that he never believed that the technology would exist for him to make the Star Wars prequels.
As the co-writer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens - alongside director J.J. Abrams - Lawrence Kasdan has a pretty big say in the future of the legendary franchise. As a result, if he says that the story of Lando Calrissian isn't quite over, it's rather easy to believe him.
While Tomorrowland explores scientific curiosity along with that Walt Disney-inspired imagination, some thrilling surprises are surely in store, and now knowing that Samuel L. Jackson was almost in an awesome post-credits scene, Tomorrowland sounds even more enticing.
No one is going to this movie because they think they might spot Daniel Craig in the background. I’d much rather believe that Craig – like Simon Pegg – is a massive Star Wars fan who used his celebrity and influence to secure an obscure, walk-on part in the London-based production so that he, personally, could be a part of geek history.
Diego Luna is a talented actor who has tried his hand at directing, as well. He’s the perfect age to have grown up a Star Wars geek. I wonder if we will hear more from him now that the casting is out. Star Wars: Rogue One will aim for a December 16, 2016 release date.
The indelible visuals of the Star Wars films often overshadow the critical element of sound. However, thanks to a fan-made supercut showcasing the work of sound man legend, Ben Burtt on the Original Trilogy of films, the spotlight on the amazing audio effects of those films can be fully appreciated.
Star Wars fans received a rather incomplete vision of Lupita Nyong'o's Force Awakens character last week when a host of new images arrived online. This is because the images merely showed the actress outfitted in a motion capture suit instead of actually showing off what she would ultimately look like.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope is already a very full movie, and there was a lot left on the cutting room floor. A short new documentary examines one excised subplot that played an important role for Luke Skywalker.
It was all the way back in January that we exclusively reported that George Lucas' ideas for Star Wars: Episode 7 were ignored by J.J. Abrams and company, as the production decided to go in a different direction with what would wind up being Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But why was it exactly that the Star Wars creators notes were ignored?
JJ Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan have revealed why they stepped in to write Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
In case you missed it, a rumor that The Avengers: Age of Ultron director Joss Whedon was eyeballing Star Wars: Episode IX made the rounds recently, turning heads and raising eyebrows.
One moment during the production of Star Wars: The Force Awakens made JJ Abrams' childhood come rushing back like no other.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is very much expected to be the continuation of the original saga, picking things up 30 years later with the likes of Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa and Han Solo - but don't expect there to be too many callbacks to that portion of the franchise.
In the wake of Josh Trank's departure from the second Star Wars anthology film, we learned that the plot revolves around Boba Fett, and here is a list of things we need to see from this movie.
This shouldn’t affect moviegoers, at this stage. Disney will still make deals with theaters to carry their films, and your local multiplex should still have Age of Ultron when you want to see it. But if discussions get contentious in the future, it could theoretically get harder for you to find Disney’s latest offering.
The second of the Star Wars anthology films may have recently lost Josh Trank as director, but new reports say that the plot is going to be an origin story for fan-favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett.
There are more Star Wars projects are on deck than ever before, with not only the Sequel Trilogy, but spinoff films; a better presence on the small screen; and even a reorganized Expanded Universe. Do we dare believe this to be the ushering a "Golden Age" of fandom? Or does the colossal current of content point to a different sign?