'Force Awakens' star on documentary she narrates about a girl in a Monogolian village who bucks tradition to hunt eagles, plus her thoughts on Rogue One, enjoying a little time off, and 'Reylo' as social media phenomenon
Tell fans in London silence about next movie is for their own good, how he worried what moviegoers' reaction would be to his big scene in Episode VII
James Cameron is responsible for the two most lucrative hits in box-office history – Avatar ($2.79 billion) and Titanic ($2.19 billion) – and not even J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.07 billion) could quite overtake them globally. As if maintaining financial supremacy over that iconic franchise weren’t enough, however, Cameron has now weighed in on the seventh installment of the Star Wars saga – and his diplomatic comments hardly sound like acclaim. In a new interview that appeared online yesterday, Cameron spoke on a wide range of topics, but it’s his thoughts on The Force Awakens that have made the most noise, because he seems to carefully word his response in order to avoid ruffling anyone’s feathers.
Star Wars star Carrie Fisher has had a lot of fun over the years describing just how awful her ridiculously revealing slave bikini costume was in 1982′s Return of the Jedi. “If you stood behind me, you could see straight to Florida,” she told Star Wars Insider magazine in 2003. “You’ll have to ask Boba Fett about that.” In a 1999 Newsweek piece, she described the outfit as “what supermodels will eventually wear in the seventh ring of hell” and said, “I wasn’t quite girl-next-door material; I was the girl-next-dogstar, the one in the titanium thong.”
Mark Hamill in December (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) By Sean Fitz-Gerald, Vulture Daisy Ridley turned 24 on Sunday, and to mark the occasion Mark Hamill posted a behind-the-scenes rehearsal pic of the duo recreating an iconic Star Wars image: that of Yoda on Luke’s back. “A long time ago (last week I think),” Hamill tweeted. “In a galaxy far, far way (@PinewoodStudios) THIS happened! Happy Birthday Daisy!”
'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' star John Boyega says Episode VIII will have a darker script and more action for his Finn in a Q&A with British Vogue