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The Force has awakened! With this weekend's release of Star Wars: Episode VII already leaving several box office records in its wake, Disney's $4 billion relaunch of the legendary franchise is off to an auspicious start.
In a stunning revelation for movie fans, word has leaked out that the eagerly-awaited Star Wars: The Force Awakens is just two hours of director J.J. Abrams sitting in front of a camera playing cards, reading his emails, enjoying breakfast and occasionally taking a nap.
What will happen to J J Abrams as a result of this film? What role does Luke Skywalker play in this film? So there I was
Don't pretend this wasn't you. It was. We all watched the new "Star Wars" teaser on Thursday, released during the "Star Wars
Abrams and Kennedy were joined by three members of the cast, including Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac and John Boyega who revealed
On Friday, the 88-second trailer for the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuted online and in theaters, immediately dividing fans over how pathetic their lives really are.
"Star Wars: Episode VII" personnel have been rightfully mute about any and all things that could lead to spoilers. ("You
Cinema Blend speculates that the hand in the image could be Luke Skywalker's prosthetic, or even Darth Vader's. The hand
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Andy Serkis' acting resume may make him a bonafide movie star, but that doesn't mean you would recognize him on the street
J.J. Abrams wants to bring "Star Wars" fans to a galaxy far, far away. On Wednesday, the "Episode VII" director announced
"Star Wars: Episode VII" has begun filming. J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot production company tweeted the first official set photo
[via Variety] The threequel will mark Orci's first time behind the camera. He's had a steady career as a producer and writer
Now that a bunch of actors have been cast in "Star Wars: Episode VII," it's about time that the new adventure in a galaxy far, far away gets its name. According to Harry Knowles at Ain't It Cool News, J.J. Abrams' forthcoming "Star Wars" film has the working title of "The Ancient Fear," a reference to one of the film's villains, played by Max von Sydow.
For more, including what to expect from von Sydow's evildoer, head to Ain't It Cool. Whatever it's called, "Star Wars: Episode
It's official: Brooklyn's resident oddball woodworker/actor/playwright is heading to a galaxy far far away and honestly, with
Cumberbatch was first rumored for "Star Wars" in September of 2013. At the time, the actor's reps shot down the report, but