Disney and Lucasfilm are said to be very, very close to casting the villain in Star Wars Episode VII.
From The Dark Knight Rises to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Star Trek Into Darkness - filmmakers have gone out of their way to keep fans in the dark. Is that a good thing?
"A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..." When those words first appeared on movie screens way back in 1977 -- which seems like a very long time ago, indeed -- George Lucas launched a cultural phenomenon that still captures the imaginations of millions of fans worldwide to this day.
Now that J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan have taken over screenwriting duties for Star Wars Episode VII, we may be seeing the first results of the changes they're making to the story.
Oh, you’ve got to love Samuel L. Jackson. Want some intriguing new intel on Star Wars: Episode VII? Just get Jackson in front of a camera.
The studio and filmmakers behind Star Wars Episode VII are expanding their search for actors to star in the movie -- and this could be your chance to get an audition.
After months of rumors and speculation, the release date for Star Wars Episode VII has been officially nailed down by Disney and LucasFilm.
Despite all the rumors and buzz, the only thing we really know about Star Wars: Episode VII is that we don’t really know that much. But, we might finally have some intel on two new, major characters.
Ever since J.J. Abrams took the job directing Star Wars Episode VII, the question of who would replace him on Star Trek 3 has been percolating.
There is bad news and maybe a little good news today regarding the script for Star Wars Episode VII.