Empire Strikes Back is one of the greatest films ever, and now we have a peek at the original script — including Lawrence Kasdan’s handwritten changes.
Gather the geeks and absorb this delirious dose of Star Wars nostalgia.
There are worse ways to kill time.
With Disney taking over the Star Wars franchise, there's one thing you'd probably get cozy with—adorable. The painfully cute isn't all bad, though. Especially in the hands of the right artist, and we've found one who has crafted three awesome movie posters you have GOT to see.
Just days after video surfaced from a long-lost Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back documentary, another 15 minutes of awesome footage has popped up online showing how George Lucas & Co. pulled off one of the greatest sci-fi flicks ever.
It's hard to believe that a documentary made during filming for Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back has been mostly lost and languishing for decades, but it's true—and here's 15 minutes of footage to prove it.
The love/hate relationship we Star Wars fans have with George Lucas' universe after the often trying prequels is a complicated one, and it's made more complicated when you factor in all the backstory we thought we knew, only to find that when the prequels made it to screen ... it had changed.
The Empire Strikes Back premiered 30 years ago, and the humongous The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back was just published to celebrate the anniversary, putting us in a VERY nostalgic mood. While we head out to buy ourselves a copy, check out a dozen of the book's behind-the-scenes pics.
Looking back at her time in the Rebel Alliance, the former Princess Leia admits to using cocaine while shooting The Empire Strikes Back—part of a drug-fueled spiral she pokes fun at in her new one-woman show, Wishful Drinking.
Brandon Griffith is some mad LEGO genius who spends much of what must be copious free time creating DIY masterpieces like this Episode V chess set, which comes in its own LEGO case.