An “informed rumor” suggests Disney has its sights on the Guardians of the Galaxy star to pick up the whip and fedora for a franchise revival.
The filmmaker reveals that Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard enters in the third act of the follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi classic.
With Harrison Ford recovered from his on-set injury and subsequent surgery, cameras have begun rolling again on the J.J. Abrams film.
With an ensemble cast so large that many of its players have little to do, the latest installment of Sylvester Stallone’s action franchise is satisfying despite itself.
As J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII prepares to roll cameras again later this month, Mark Hamill shows off his epic Luke Skywalker beard.
What the latest trailer for The Expendables 3 lacks in new footage it make up for with the addition of Terry Crews.
Possible plot details for director J.J. Abrams’ film may reveal the inciting incident and how Han Solo plays into the story.
An open casting call brings in two newcomers in unannounced roles, while production takes a hiatus so Harrison Ford can recover from his leg injury.
The first full-length trailer is filled with explosions, gunfire, over-the-top stunts … and a generous amount of Kelsey Grammer.
Production on Star Wars: Episode VII will continue while the 71-year-old recuperates from a broken ankle.
The 71-year-old actor was taken to the hospital after hurting his ankle, but Disney said his injury won’t delay shooting of Episode VII.
Alcon Entertainment has announced it has sent at offer to the veteran actor to reprise his role in Ridley Scott’s sequel to his 1982 sci-fi classic.