As the “Star Wars” universe starts anew with a fresh slate of novels, comics, cartoons and feature films, here’s a brief overview of what is now considered canonical.
Ben Mendelsohn, who played John Daggett in “The Dark Knight Rises,” is reported as a potential lead in “Star Wars” spinoff “Rogue One.”
This will be the first film in the saga not to feature the London Symphony Orchestra.
The final chapter in the new trilogy doesn’t arrive until 2019, but already there’s talk of who will be behind the camera.
Descriptions of concept art shown during the Disney event suggest Gareth Edwards’ “Star Wars” standalone film isn’t about an X-Wing squadron.
The first planned “Star Wars” spinoff film is titled “Rogue One,” scheduled for release in 2016, to be followed by 2017’s “Episode VIII.”
Discover how Harrison Ford found himself auditioning for the role of his lifetime as Han Solo in “Star Wars.”
After discarding the former expanded universe, “Star Wars” will start anew with 20 new novels, including one by written by Greg Rucka. Marvel will also release two tie-ins to “The Force Awakens.”
Airing later this year, the five-episode animated series will retell events from the perspective of C-3P0 and R2-D2.
It’s the Ghost crew versus an Imperial Star Destroyer, and Kanan and Ezra versus The Inquisitor in the tense trailer for “Fire Across the Galaxy.”
Disney XD’s teaser for the March 2 season finale taunts viewers with flashes of the Dark Lord of the Sith.
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.