All we really know about the Star Wars spinoff prequel Rogue One is that it will focus on a Rebel team attempting to steal the Death Star plans. Well, this could explain how the good guys get ahold of them.
It’s no secret that George Lucas isn’t super-psyched about Disney’s direction with the Star Wars franchise, but the sci-fi auteur might have taken things a step too far in a recent interview. Now, he’s walking it back.
Not content to own the box office with Star Wars and Marvel, Disney also has a research arm that cooks up all kinds of bizzaro projects. The latest? A wall-climbing robot car that uses some unique design cues to defy gravity.
Creating a new droid with the intent of filling the same space as R2-D2 and C-3PO is a tall order — but Star Wars: The Force Awakens pulled it off in spades with BB-8. So, how did J.J. Abrams come up with this adorable new piece of Star Wars lore?
The dino-sequel Jurassic World had the biggest opening in history earlier this year, but didn’t get to hold onto the crown very long. With Star Wars: The Force Awakens now on top of the pile, the Jurassic team has graciously passed the trophy.