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There have been tons of rumors surrounding Star Wars: Rogue One, but the latest report is full of the most exciting potential details yet.
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.
We already knew Star Wars: Rogue One was going to take a different tone, but according to a new report, we could be in for a dark, gritty war movie.
With the possibility of a franchise in play, killing Godzilla at the end of Godzilla makes no sense. Which is why the beast gets up off the proverbial mat in the closing minutes of this movie, and swims back to his lair to heal. He’ll live to fight another day. Because of Star Wars: Rogue One, however, that “day” probably won’t come as quickly as fans had hoped.
We know that Edwards is directing the heist story about a team retrieving Death Star plans. At the moment, Felicity Jones has been cast, and the project – from what we hear – might have circled her co-stars.
This was a GREAT first step for Star Wars: Rogue One, and a killer end to an incredible weekend in Anaheim!
It was made clear that the films directed by Gareth Edwards and Josh Trank are going to be Non-Saga films, meaning that they do not connect to the trilogy of films helmed by J.J. Abrams and, later, Rian Johnson.
In the current age of sequels, remakes and reboots, it shouldn't be surprising to learn the Toho Studio announced the Godzilla franchise will get yet another installment. This is not related to the Gareth Edwards remake that just hit theaters back in 2014, but is rather set to run concurrently alongside the British filmmaker's franchise.
The first spinoff Star Wars film now has a title. Rogue One will be the first official solo, standalone Star Wars film, according to reports just released by Disney.
With J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the final stretch, so much of Disney’s attention will turn to the first of the planned solo, standalone films that had been farmed out to upcoming talents.
There are three well-known names that are supposedly being looked at by Marvel to direct 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok. Here are the frontrunners and what their chances are for joining the project.
With the names of actresses like Rooney Mara, Felicity Jones and Tatiana Maslany coming up as possible leads for one of the standalone Star Wars films, we thought it would be as a good a time as any to come up with 5 female characters on which the first film could focus. So, let’s see how well a lightsaber can break a glass ceiling and get to the list!
As we get closer to the release of Star Wars: Episode 7 this December 18, we’re still waiting ever so patiently to hear more about the first Star Wars spin-off film from Godzilla helmer Gareth Edwards. However, recent comments from Disney CEO Bob Iger have caused some to speculate that they might not be what Star Wars fans are expecting.
The Star Wars spinoff movie looks as though it has found its lead actress, and you've probably never heard of her.
The original Star Wars trilogy was pretty damn light when it came to female characters, but the new generation of films looks to completely change that record.
We’re still months away from having our first Star Wars movie in theaters in years. I’m thinking a new trailer might drop soon, maybe even with some dialogue that clarifies the direction Kinberg and Abrams want this new franchise to head.
Discussion about a set of Star Wars spin-off films, is just one more reason to get excited for 2016. But, unfortunately, some bad news ahead for the first standalone film.
In case you hadn’t heard, Paul’s name was loosely attached to the solo Star Wars movie that Godzilla director Gareth Edwards will direct for Disney. Some took the next step and connected Paul’s name to the part of young Han Solo – even though we don’t even know that Solo will be a character in this movie.
2015 is the year that Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens hits theaters. Hopefully this year will also bring the answers to some very important Star Wars questions.
J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens should give us a pretty good sense of what to expect from Rian Johnson's Star Wars: Episode VIII and Episode IX, but the films that really remain complete mysteries are the films in between - a.k.a. the spin-0ffs. These three projects have the potential to be set at any point in the Star Wars timeline and could follow an infinite number of stories.