'Star Wars: Episode 7' will be upon us before we know it. Sure, we have to wait all the way until 2015, assuming Disney can get its act together for their release slate, but time goes by fast and now's as good a time as any to start thinking up teasers and promotional work. And the bits usually released into the webosphere first are the posters!
As bright as the future of 'Star Wars' might seem with its (at least) five new movies on the way, that future will always be dimmed by the cancellation of Cartoon Network's CGI epic 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars.' Admittedly, the series went through a meaty 5 seasons, but its unexpected shelving left a number of already-produced arcs on the cutting room floor, and a number of unanswered questions. Fortunately, you can get a new taste of one of the unreleased stories right now!
May the 4th be with you this May 4. It's the day to celebrate all things 'Star Wars,' and this year is extra special -- it's the first 'Star Wars' Day to hit since news came that Disney had acquired Lucasfilm and was planning on another movie trilogy kicking off with 'Star Wars: Episode 7' starting in 2015. What better way to express your love for Jedis, The Force, Yoda, intergalactic warfare and the like than with some awesome 'Star Wars' cosplay?
Little over a month ago 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' fans were dismayed to learn that Disney had effectively shuttered production on Cartoon Network's long-running series, despite unfinished arcs and a number of episodes already in production. Even as supervising director Dave Filoni remains with the franchise overall, new reports suggest that unfinished material from 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars would have addressed a major 'Star Wars' mystery that had bugged fans for years. Get the inside scoop on what we might still see inside!
A few weeks ago in advance of 'Parks and Recreation's Patton Oswalt-starring episode 'Article Two,' the internet received one of its greatest gifts yet as NBC released the full cut of Patton Oswalt's epic nerd rant about 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' and his own suggestions for introducing characters from the Marvel universe, and pop culture in general. Now, the comedian has offered up his thoughts on the origins of the now-legendary rant, including more pop culture tie-ins we didn't hear!
While Harrison Ford is doing his best to stay quiet about 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' Carrie Fisher (the first to spill the beans about returning for Disney's 'Star Wars' sequels) is still talking. The actress was at the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo over the weekend and had plenty to say about 'Star Wars: Episode 7' including why Disney is sending people to her house on a regular basis.
Director JJ Abrams is infamous for keeping details on his projects on the down low, so many people have already begun speculating what will go on with the production of 'Star Wars Episode 7.' If there's one thing we learned from watching the production of the prequel trilogy, it's that 'Star Wars' fans are as passionate as they are nosy and if there's one thing we've learned from 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' it's that Abrams plays things close to the vest. A recent interview with LucasFilm honcho Kathleen Kennedy shed some light on this whole situation.
J.J. Abrams gave his first extensive interview on 'Star Wars: Episode 7' to Playboy and spoke at length about the challenges of being in control of 'Star Wars' and 'Star Trek' - two of the biggest sci-fi franchises in history. He talks about how he'll be collaborating with George Lucas, his feeling on the prequels and how you shouldn't assume he won't direct 'Star Trek 3.'