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Andy Serkis has been talking about his Star Wars: The Force Awakens character, and even though he tried his best not to say too much, he has revealed a few tidbits.
Natalie Portman, of course, held down the pivotal role of Padme Amidala in George Lucasí prequel trilogy, starting with Star Wars: Episode I Ė The Phantom Menace. But the way Portman remembers it, the films did more harm than good.
Today in things you didnít realize you needed: Jason Reitman is offering the world a one night only, live reading of The Empire Strikes Back with an entirely new cast. It's a part of his ongoing series taking beloved films, recasting them, and presenting live-readings of the script, and will be coming to the stage this Thursday night.
ďThe fact that [Star Wars] is so special to so many people Ö itís hard to believe you could take something for granted like that,Ē Mark Hamill tells EW in an interview. Especially when you consider the fact that George Lucas had basically led Hamill to believe that heíd never be Skywalker again.
As we saw in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer that was released late last month, there are many sounds out there that we directly associate with the sci-fi franchise Ė be it the gun fire of a TIE Fighter or the activation of a lightsaber.
Indiana Jones 5 has been an on again/off again prospect that fans have dreaded and/or anticipated since the last Indy film hit theaters. Read on to hear the latest on the film's status as a viable option.
"It was moving to me. I actually got a lump in my throat watching that," Mark Hamill said. "To see so many people that happy was a thrill.Ē
The internet has awakened the force, with an overload of incredible Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer spoofs and now there's classic Star Wars: A New Hope version.
Ever wonder how George Lucas (and Anakin Skywalker) would react to the Force Awakens trailer? Now you don't have to wonder.
It turns out that George Lucas really didnít want Star Wars: The Force Awakens to happen. Thatís according to an interview he conducted over five years ago. But itís safe to say that heís changed his mind since then.
As those who have seen Christopher Nolan's Interstellar can attest to, time is a rather complicated bit of subject matter. There are all kinds of factors that play into the concept being relative, and it all becomes even more complex when you introduce science-fiction concepts like lightspeed travel.
Although movie trailers are supposed to garner interest in an upcoming project, oftentimes, the trailer can be more exciting than the actual movie production.
Remember the feelings you had towards the Star Wars: Special Editions and the numerous changes that George Lucas made to the films you loved as a kid? This trailer is going to bring all of those back.
While weíve been pondering the questions left by the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser this past day, one fan took it upon himself to recreate the trailer in Lego form, and uploaded just 14 hours later.
Yesterday's release of the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has everyone talking. Hear what Kevin Smith has to say about the trailer.
The mysterious narrator behind the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer has been revealed. Or have they?
There is a great deal of excitement swelling this week as audiences around North America get ready for their first ever look at J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But do you remember the last time anticipation was this high about a new series of Star Wars movies?
The 2016 Star Wars spinoff film by Gareth Edwards and Gary Whitta will most likely center around this important, intergalactic heist. We've got the rumored plot for you here.
Itís a well-known fact among Star Wars fans that the opening crawl of the original 1977 film was actually co-written by George Lucas and famed director Brian De Palma, but have you ever found yourself wondering what the text said before the Scarface filmmaker got a crack at it? Thanks to the magic of the internet, the answer to that rather random question has been uncovered.
Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens should be showing the world just what it's made of any day now. In fact, some people have already seen the teaser, and have reported that the villain looks a bit familiar to old fans.
Of the six Star Wars movies currently in the works at Disney and Lucasfilm, five have already found their directors. So who is directing the remaining feature? New evidence suggests that the gig could belong to up-and-coming filnmaker A.J. Edwards, and it's possible that we may already know what it will be about.
Of the many, many pop culture references contained within Phil Lord and Chris Miller's The LEGO Movie - from DC Comics to Harry Potter -perhaps the greatest is the quick appearance by Star Wars' Millennium Falcon and the likes of Han Solo, Lando Calrissian and C-3PO. What you may not know, however, is that early drafts of the movie actually had one of George Lucas' greatest creations as one of the lead characters.
Chicago conservation organization called Friends of the Parks has filed a lawsuit to stop George Lucas from planting his Lucas Museum of Narrative Art on the shores of Lake Michigan.
Itís safe to say that Star Wars: The Force Awakens hasnít been the most popular film title to ever be unveiled. In fact, the response to its announcement was rather tepid. While it hasnít been roundly chastised, it hasn't exactly been celebrated either. But who came up with it? Disney CEO Bob Iger has the answer.