James Mangold, the Oscar-nominated writer-director of last year's Wolverine swan song, "Logan," is reportedly in the midst of developing a standalone feature about the Mandalorian mercenary.
After Disney's original character posters were claimed as theft by a French artist, the company issues series of new one-sheets pairing each key character with a matching color.
Box-office numbers on "The Force Awakens," "Rogue One," and "The Last Jedi" have been impressive, to say the least.
Oscar winner tweets form letter he received he was 21, says the rejection "made me stronger."
Lucasfilm is courting Oscar-nominated filmmaker Stephen Daldry to helm a new story, presumably set between the events of "Revenge of the Sith" and "A New Hope."
Netflix remains in “active discussions” with Disney about a deal for Lucasfilm and Marvel titles, chief content officer Ted Sarandos tells Reuters
Jack Thorne brought on to do a polish on the latest draft of “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which has Colin Trevorrow on board to direct, sources tell Variety
'Star Wars,' Marvel, live-action adaptations of animated classics, 'A Wrinkle in Time,' Disney Animation, and theme-parks updates get our attention at D23
While the specific offerings are a surprise, a new D23 press release promises plenty of big announcements, star appearances, advance footage, and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks tied to Disney films in the pipeline for the next few years.
Lucasfilm, a subsidiary of Disney, is using the force of its trademarks to cut down an enterprise that purports to teach interested Star Wars fans the ways of the Jedi. On Friday, a lawsuit was filed against Michael Brown, described in the lawsuit as operating businesses including New York Jedi, the Lightsaber Academy and Thrills and Skills. The owner of the Star Wars franchise is now in California federal court talking about cybersquatting, trademark infringement and unfair competition.
THR exclusive: In recent interviews, the director has called his relationship to the franchise “a divorce” and said his involvement in the new film would “probably ruin a vision.”
When George Lucas released the first Star Wars film in 1977, he not only proved that big-budget science fiction could be successful, he also demonstrated that flying spaceships and a planet-pulverizing Death Star could be pulled off with the right special effects. This month’s issue of Wired dives deep into the history of ILM, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.