During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we’re going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for Sept. 7-13, including the best deals we could find for each.
Fans including Mark Hamill defended Eric Butts from the Dark Side.
Warwick Davis hosted the 20th anniversary panel, which included appearances by prequel design director Doug Chiang, sound editor Matthew Wood, Sith master-and-apprentice Ian McDiarmid and Ray Park and the actor behind the most controversial character in the saga: Jar Jar Binks’s alter ego, Ahmed Best.
Jon Favreau and friends presented the first footage from upcoming live action series "The Mandalorian" at Star Wars Celebration.
Kelly Marie Tran tells Yahoo Entertainment how it felt to receive such rapturous cheers at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago.
In a crazy cosmic coincidence, Brad Pitt's 1998 drama started trending on Twitter the day before the first teaser for "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" premiered at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago and blasted social media into hyperspace.
J.J. Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy and John Boyega talk about the first trailer and new title for Episode IX.
Plus, first look at stunning photographs of Luke's most memorable movie moments recreated with action figures.
From Lando back in the Falcon to Palpatine's malevolent laugh, here are all things you might have missed in the new teaser.
J.J. Abrams unveils sneak peek at the concluding chapter of the Skywalker Saga, bringing back old and new favorites.
Mark Hamill loves The Last Jedi's trailer. Cast Away or Kong: Skull Island's… not so much. Yahoo Movies caught up with Luke Skywalker at Star Wars Celebration Orlando last week and we asked him what he thought of the first preview of the latest sequel. "I loved it," Hamill told us, adding that he was especially happy that director Rian Johnson kept fans guessing. And with that, the (maybe?) last Jedi launched into a rant, which you can watch above, about his disdain for spoilers and trailers that give too much away.
The six-eyed specimen sports a nifty duster and cargo pants and is seen in a fundraising video hanging around the set of the upcoming Han Solo standalone film.
Of all the characters to emerge from the Star Wars animated series, none has resonated more than Ahsoka Tano. With Lucasfilm about to plot out the next standalone films, Ahsoka has risen to the top of the wish list for many fans, including the actress who defines the role. "I would love an Ahsoka movie, not only as the voice of Ahsoka, but just as an Ahsoka fan," Eckstein told Yahoo Movies at Star Wars Celebration Orlando.
Star Wars devotees come in every shape and size, and the best part about the annual Celebration gatherings is that they all come in costume. Following the release of The Last Jedi trailer last Friday, we roamed the halls of the Orlando convention center to query the galaxy’s most dedicated fans about the meaning of Luke Skywalker’s beguiling line, “It’s time for the Jedi to end.”
Orlando was the epicenter of the Star Wars universe last week, with species from ports near and far congregating to celebrate the franchise. The four-day party kicked off with a 40th anniversary panel, which featured franchise stars Mark Hamill, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Warwick Davis, Ian McDiarmid, and Hayden Christensen (returning to Celebration after more than a decade away), along with two unbilled surprise guests: saga mastermind George Lucas and, making his first appearance at a Celebration, Harrison Ford.
The 'Last Jedi' star helped close out the Celebration with a funny story involving himself and Carrie Fisher sneaking into a movie theater.
The Celebration panel revealed you can build up a reputation at the park, so if you crash Han Solo's ship, that could come back to haunt you later on.
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.
Just about one year ago, Princes Harry and William paid a visit to the set of Star Wars: The Last Jedi in London. They played with lightsabers. They admired BB-8. They hugged Chewie. They ate cake. This much we know is true. …and so has The Duke! pic.twitter.com/c9gOh4ACyA