The backstory may not be included, but you can see it running deep through Adam Driver's performance.
Directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston hoped Lucasfilm would understand the "loving satire" at the center of the "Wreck-It Ralph" sequel.
Singer launches hashtag into stratosphere with topless photo embracing the meme spawned by polarizing "Last Jedi" scene.
Like most of the world, Corey Feldman is a huge “Star Wars” fan. And all the “Goonies” and “Stand by Me” star ever wanted, he says, was to appear in one of the movies.
YouTuber Colin Furze constructed a full-scale version of a TIE Silencer using parts completely sourced from eBay.
Leaked packaging from the toys, which hit shelves next week on Force Friday, hints about what might take place in Rian Johnson's hugely anticipated sequel.
In a new video posted on her Facebook page, 'Star Wars' actress showed off the new lightsaber skills she’s been learning from stunt performer, Liang Yang
Every Star Wars fan has wanted to hold a real light saber in her hand or see the view of Tatooine’s binary suns while actually standing on the planet’s sandy surface. Apparently Lucasfilm’s ILMxLAB is working on the technology that will make those things as close to possible as they’ve ever been. According to this Los Angeles Times story, the ILMxLAB, a division of the company focused on virtual entertainment, has developed “Trials on Tatooine,” a virtual reality experience that enables users to live through a pre-dark side Kylo Ren as he begins training to become a Jedi.
If you thought that the gnarled Darth Vader helmet owned by Kylo Ren in Star Wars: The Force Awakens was suspiciously well-preserved — well, you may have been right. This week on Facebook, David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in the original trilogy (with his voice overdubbed by James Earl Jones), posted a picture that he described as “the actual Vader helmet and mask after Return of the Jedi.” Check out the photo above!
The press junket for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was held this past weekend, but because no one in the press has seen the movie yet and the actors involved are incredibly disciplined, no real spoilers were revealed during the event’s many hours of conversation. That being said, plenty of interesting tidbits came out of the two press conferences given by the film’s cast and crew (including director/co-writer J.J. Abrams, producer Kathleen Kennedy, and co-writer Lawrence Kasdan). So we’ve rounded up five of the most enticing factoids and scooplets to feed your Star Wars appetite. ...
A cure for your case of the Mondays: New Star Wars footage! Disney and Lucasfilm unveiled a quick new clip of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Sunday night during the ABC-broadcast American Music Awards, along with two brand new 30-second TV spots. All three of the mini-ads focus in large part on Rey, a young scavenger played by newcomer Daisy Ridley. In the 15-second clip — the first full tidbit of the film to be revealed to the public — Rey, Finn (John Boyega) and BB-8 try to outrun laser cannon fire from pursuing TIE Fighters in the Jakku desert.The photo below, from another recent clip, shows the bazaar-like building from which they are fleeing.
Kylo Ren, the villain of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, hasn’t spoken a word in either of the movie’s teaser trailers — but thanks to the talking action figure released on Force Friday, we can finally hear the new voice of the Dark Side.