Luke Skywalker brings our heroine back from the edge in a teaser for the new "Star Wars" adventure.
The filmmaker fills us in on what he calls "a hell of a trailer" and admits that he'd love to do a "Star Wars"-themed musical.
Click through for a first look at the heroes, villains, creatures, and spaceships of the next installment in the "Star Wars" saga.
New promo spot for director Steven Soderbergh's 'Logan Lucky,' starring Daniel Craig, Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Riley Keough, in theaters August 18, 2017
At Disney's D23 Expo, a new glimpse at the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' set shows Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac at work
Ryan Reynolds, Lupita Nyong'o, 'Sausage Party,' and a dozen more that probably will see their Academy Award chances end tomorrow — but it'd be very satisfying if their fine work defied the odds and was recognized
Driver, who got his big break on the hit HBO series Girls, notes the amount of work he received based on his role as Adam Sackler on the show, including his Star Wars gig as villain Kylo Ren. The pair also jokingly discussed Driver’s Star Wars character appearing on Girls, confused by the modern world around him.
Yesterday, we brought you the exclusive first look at the filmmaker’s Stooges/Iggy Pop documentary, Gimme Danger. Today you can check out the trailer premiere for his critically acclaimed new drama, Paterson (watch above). Paterson stars Adam Driver (Girls, The Force Awakens) as Paterson, a bus driver with poetic aspirations in blue-collar Paterson, New Jersey.
Girls: Lena Dunham Makes The Girls Grow Up Girls was such a pop-culture phenomenon when it premiered in 2012—the subject of hundreds, thousands of think-pieces about this new, millennial-minded approach to television-making—that it was sometimes hard to experience it for what it was: a sitcom about some pals and their friends and lovers. In the fifth-season HBO premiere, we get Girls with a bracing clarity: creator Lena Dunham goes for more laughs, more tender moments, and we don’t have to always think about what this show is telling us about The Way We Live Now.
You’re never too old to play with action figures, something we’ll believe until we’re kissing our Black Series 6-inch Stormtrooper Luke Skywalker figure goodbye from our death beds. While Ford assessed the various incarnations of Little Han Solo we’ve seen over the years (“Too small,” “Too buff,” “He’s got a strong nose, I admire that”), Boyega (Finn) showed us how to make him properly run, and Ridley (Rey) used hers to deliver her favorite line from the movie (“I’m no one”).