This news will obviously disappoint some Millennium Falcon fans. Not to worry, though. Other divisions at Disney will be
As we all gear up for new installments of the Star Wars saga, some of the best storytelling to ever happen in that universe is going on right under our noses. Tonight sees the two-part premiere of the second season of Star Wars: Rebels and I'm here to tell you that if you're a fan of Star Wars you can't miss it.
Wednesday sees the release of the first new Star Wars comic since Marvel took the license back from Dark Horse Comics and I was beyond curious to see how Marvel would handle the relaunch. It was anyone's guess how this might or might not sync up with the sort of stories we've been getting.
There are few things certain in this world, but one of those few things I'm most excited about is that more Star Wars is coming. Next year sees the release of the first new Star Wars film in a decade and October sees the release of a brand new animated series in the world.
Next week, the new issue of MAD Magazine hits newsstands, which is okay, I guess. More important than that (and with a decidedly higher budget), next year sees the release of a new Star Wars film.
Lucasfilm announced today, via Publishers Weekly, four brand new books aimed at introducing new readers to the classic Star Wars saga by bridging the "multi-arc storyline in anticipation of the release of Star Wars Episode VII in December 2015."
Lupita Nyong'o has truly arrived. Fresh off her Academy Award win for Best Supporting Actress, the "12 Years a Slave" star
Just in from Variety comes word of the five actors on J.J. Abrams' apparent short list to lead "Star Wars: Episode VII." The
And to Abrams’ credit, he seems to want to make an announcement soon, just to get it over with, as he said at the Television
[via THR] Back in November of last year, it was rumored that "Girls" star Adam Driver was in contention to play Nightwing