The latest discovery of the Millennium Falcon on Google Maps represents another round in the cat-and-mouse game between producers and fans.
"Star Wars" fans who believe "The Force Awakens" ripped off the original film seek another director change.
John Boyega, while promoting 'Detroit,' talks a little 'Star Wars,' particularly relationship between Finn and Rey in 'The Force Awakens' and what's next
Say hello to Poe Dameron's new wingman: C'ai Threnalli, the latest character revealed from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. C'ai was introduced to this galaxy Wednesday at the San Diego Comic-Con preview night, where he was stationed inside the Star Wars booth alongside some of the other ace pilots of the Resistance.
At Disney D23 Expo, Yahoo Movies asked 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' director Rian Johnson and star John Boyega to share fave fan theories on villainous Snoke
Orlando Bloom, John Boyega, Amy Schumer, and Goldie Hawn visited Graham Norton and swapped stories about being both famous and on the dating scene.
If you've only got a minute, watch 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' spoof up to ridiculous conversation between Han and Leia, which is worth it all by itself
A recently unearthed clip that was cut from a version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens shows Chewbacca ripping off the arm of Unkar Plutt after the Jakku junk dealer threatens Rey in Maz Kanata’s castle. Unkar, played by Simon Pegg, appears to be all CG in the rough cut scene — that is, until Chewie rips his arm off and it lands on a table, at which point the limb is physical. The gag (for those of you non-hardcore Star Wars nerds) dates back to 1977’s A New Hope, when Han Solo tells C-3PO to always let a Wookiee win — at games and just life in general — because they are known to rip people’s arms out of their sockets when they lose.
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.
'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
Star Wars: The Force Awakens broke domestic box-office records and, in the process, launched the career of Daisy Ridley, whose lead character Rey was one of the highlights of J.J. Abrams’ reboot of the sci-fi franchise. To clarify, a “Mary Sue” is a character, usually associated with fan fiction, and generally female, inserted into an existing genre universe who immediately exhibits tremendous and flawless skills, befriends the pre-existing main characters, overcomes odds with preternatural ease, and triumphs in the end.
The two biggest action heroes in the rebooted Star Wars universe have connected. Daisy Ridley, who became a worldwide star for her fierce portrayal of Rey in The Force Awakens, was in Los Angeles Tuesday promoting the new documentary The Eagle Huntress (which she executive produced and narrates) when Yahoo Movies asked her thoughts about the saga’s upcoming spin-off, Rogue One, starring Felicity Jones. “I’m very excited to see it,” Ridley said before volunteering the following, voice rising in excitement.
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.
John Williams may be the greatest film composer of all time, and this viral video shows why. The a cappella group Voctave has recorded a seven-minute medley of Williams’ scores, from Star Wars to Harry Potter. Most recently the composer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Williams, 84, has been nominated for 50 Academy Awards, more than any other living person.
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.”
Apparently, there is a power in the universe that can unite the Dark Side with the Light. And it’s Bruno Mars’ megahit “Uptown Funk.”
Graham Goring, lead story designer at TT Games, on the process of adding to Star Wars mythology, the importance of background characters, and how surreal it can be to work with your childhood heroes
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!”