With less than a year before its release, Star Wars: The Force Awakens earns an international debut with a recut Japanese teaser trailer and more.
Although the filmmaker revealed he’d begun work on Episode VII before selling Lucasfilm, he says Disney decided not to go with any of his ideas.
Lucas had intended to direct the first installment of the new trilogy and release it in May 2015, and then sell Lucasfilm, but Disney had other plans.
Franchise veteran Mark Hamill says that BB-8, the little droid introduced in the trailer, isn’t a digital creation but rather “a live prop.”
Star Wars: The Force Awakens will get a new trailer in May, attached to Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The Force Awakens star also thanks fans who have supported the teaser and pushed it past 40 million views in 72 hours.
Audiences will be able to get their first look at J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated film beginning Friday in select theaters. Updated!
The Interstellar director discusses his first encounter with Star Wars and reveals why he shied away from directing a new installment.
As J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated film wraps principal photography, Lucasfilm has officially announced its title.
The involvement of the actor, who first played the Ewok Wicket in Return of the Jedi, was announced in a video released by Lucasfilm.
The Gone Girl director discusses why he was hesitant to helm one of Disney’s new Star Wars films.