Last month, we brought you the news that 'Star Wars: Episode 7' would see the return of Harrison Ford as Han Solo. This news was later confirmed by George Lucas who said Ford and the original 'Star Wars' cast were all signed on to return for 'Star Wars: Episode 7.' And now we have, for the first time, Harrison Ford talking publicly about making his big return as Han Solo.
Are they in or aren't they? That's the biggest question revolving around 'Star Wars: Episode 7' at the moment: is the original cast actually returning? We've heard "confirmations" from various sources, but there's still a large question mark hovering over the matter.
Today we might be a little closer to a definitive answer on the 'Star Wars: Episode 7' cast, coming straight from George Lucas himself.
Yesterday came news that Harrison Ford had joined the cast of 'Anchorman 2,' which we can only surmise will be the greatest sequel of all-time. Today, we already have the first photos of Ford on set with Papa Burgundy himself, Will Ferrell. Check out the shots from the 'Anchorman 2' set below!
Nearly 30 years after its initial publication, 'Ender's Game' is finally getting the blockbuster Hollywood adaptation that it has always demanded. With the November 1 release date too distant for a full trailer but too close for total silence, Summit has released a new image featuring Hailee Steinfeld's Petra Arkanian ('Ender's Game' is going to give 'The Hunger Games' a run for its money in the wacky names department) as well as the logos for each of the "Battle School" armies featured in the film.
'Star Wars: Episode 7' is still in the early stages of development with J.J. Abrams just joining the team a few weeks ago. So what was one of J.J.'s first orders of business after signing on to direct the next 'Star Wars' film? Today we get word that Harrison Ford will return as Han Solo in 'Star Wars: Episode 7.'
'42' looks fascinating, and not just for Harrison Ford's weird make-up. Relaying the biography of Jackie Robinson, it shows how the star baseball player (played by Chadwick Boseman) had to struggle against the prejudices that didn't want to see professional baseball become integrated. Now there's a featurette that plays up Robinson's historical significance.
We have little under a year to go before we get to see Gavin Hood's long-awaited adaptation of 'Ender's Game', but it appears as though we're beginning to get immersed in the beloved futuristic world created by author Orson Scott Card.
Case in point: today brings us a brand new photo from the film, featuring an imposing Harrison Ford and the film's young hero, played by 'Hugo' star Asa Butterfield. See the full image after the break.