The man behind the iconic protocol droid offers rare behind-the-scenes stories from every "Star Wars" movie in Yahoo's latest installment of "Role Recall."
To celebrate "Star Wars" Day we tabulated every utterance of the classic line in all the live-action films. The results include a few surprises.
Billy Dee Williams spoils Lando Calrissian's 'Empire Strikes Back' storyline in 1980 'Star Wars' interview
Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill are interviewed in 1980 about their workouts for Han Solo and Luke Skywalker in 'Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back'
Maybe that’s because May 25 will be the 40th anniversary of the original release of Star Wars in theaters in 1977. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, we’ll be posting Star Wars stories all month, including choice vintage interviews, original videos, and some of our favorite pieces from years past, like this one below, that first ran in 2015. Specifically, we’re remembering those ads for the original Kenner Star Wars action figures and playlets, in which boys with bowl cuts enthusiastically acted out scenes from the films.
Carrie Fisher interview about Princess Leia's impossible Star Wars dialogue on the set of 'The Empire Strikes Back'
'Star Wars' actors Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, and Harrison Ford address the love triangle between Princess Leia, Han Solo, and Luke Skywalker in 1980.
'Star Wars' actor Mark Hamill shares a photo of famous scene between Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker, autographed with a funny caption by Carrie Fisher
Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s first teaser trailer revealed a scar across Kylo Ren’s eye. It’s a result of his showdown with Rey in The Force Awakens, but some eagle-eyed fans called foul on the new look, pointing out just how far off it is from the original injury.
Two things we just learned about Mark Hamill: he hates spoilers and he’s an avowed liar. During Friday’s Last Jedi panel at Star Wars Celebration, Hamill came clean about his truth-telling… or lack thereof. “I lie all the time on social media,” Hamill said, gleefully acknowledging that he tweets out incorrect intel.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi doesn’t zoom into theaters until December, but it’s never too early to start planning your movie-going wardrobe. Among the dozens of new Star Wars toys in Hasbro’s pipeline for 2017 — many of which will be on display at this weekend’s Toy Fair New York trade show — are a series of weapons and gear based on characters introduced in The Force Awakens who will be returning for The Last Jedi.