Carrie Fisher is at it again. The original Princess Leia has always been a wild card, and let the cat out of the bag a while back about the original cast’s return in Star Wars: Episode VII.
Dating all the way back to his time on Lost, J.J. Abrams has always been a pretty secretive dude. But, it sounds like that might not fly when it comes to Star Wars VII.
With Star Trek Into Darkness about to hit the big screen, J.J. Abrams is shifting his focus to the next installment in the Star Wars franchise.
There's been so much talk lately about the casting of Star Wars Episode VII that it's nice to see some good old rumors about the movie's plot surfacing online.
Mark Hamill has a pretty good idea for how to bring Luke Skywalker back for Star Wars: Episode VII.
It's official! J.J. Abrams is directing Star Wars, and George Lucas has given him his stamp of approval.
We're still talking about who might be the best director for Star Wars Episode VII, and we'll keep talking about it until Disney makes the call (at which point we'll shift to talking about how good or bad the choice is). Now another big name is weighing on whether or not he'd do the flick, and he's already got some serious Star Wars cred.
Though a lot of the original cast has expressed interest in bringing their characters back for Star Wars VII, one of the franchise's most famous baddies bit the dust decades ago—but don't count Darth Vader out just yet.
After Lucasfilm's sale to Disney, the big question has been just how involved Star Wars creator George Lucas would be in the upcoming sequels. If a new interview with Lucas is to be believed, we have our answer—a lot.
Filmmaker and Star Wars superfan Kevin Smith has never been one to keep quiet about pop culture developments, and Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm is no different. But this time, Smith isn't being snarky or hypercritical. This time he's remembering an old friend, and giving us a touching reminder of what Star Wars means to us all.