Is a film really a hit if it flops in the world's second biggest movie market? Because Star Wars: The Last Jedi appears to have tanked in China, and pretty badly.
Mark Hamill has said that he wishes that George Lucas were still involved in the process of making the Star Wars movies.
Could Star Wars fans be slightly less hyped about this new chapter in the series, with trailer views seemingly down across the board.
Star Wars actor Boyega said that he subject to so-called 'random checks' when he'd arrive in Los Angeles for auditions.
‘Star Wars’ legend Mark Hamill has shared what’s thought to be the first ever image of him as the iconic Luke Skywalker. Hamill, who’s a keen user of social media (largely Instagram and Twitter), posted the photo of him on the Tunisian set of 1977’s ‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope’ (as it became known). Posting to his Instagram and Twitter accounts – both @hamillhimself – the actor described the image and how it was “perhaps” the first ever snap of him in character.
nless you’re John Boyega and you’re attending screenings of your own film in order to surprise fans, a celebrity going to see a movie in a theater on a whim isn’t that easy. But Cara Delevingne, like millions of others, just wanted to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. So she found a way...
Daisy Ridley in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Photo: Everett Collection My 22-year-old brother attended a midnight screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on opening day. A big fan of the franchise — along with a few other million people (the film broke multiple box office records, bringing in $517 million worldwide in just one weekend) — he called me to dish the next day. He ranks it as the second best Star Wars of all time behind Empire Strikes Back, has “mad respect” for J.J.
The force was strong in Hollywood Monday night. Very, very strong. After all, it was the world premiere of that little space movie coming out on Friday. Star Wars: The Force Awakens — maybe you’ve heard of it?
Over the last decade Marvel Studios have made in common practice to put a brief teaser, featuring the likes of Nick Fury, The Collector, and Quicksilver, right at the end of their efforts to entice viewers back for further films.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ director J.J. Abrams has a clear favourite… and he explains why he loves that scruffy-looking nerf herder quite so much. During an interview with SiriusXM (via Entertainment Weekly) the ‘Star Wars 7’ director explained why he has ‘come to really appreciate’ Han Solo. - Star Wars: Rogue One Script Re-Written?
It’s no secret that Leia will return in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’… just don’t call her ‘Princess’. During an interview with Time Magazine, the 59-year-old ‘Star Wars’ star explained how things have changed for the hero we now know as General Leia. Along with aging comes life experience, so in every way that is consistent with even being human Leia has changed.” - Star Wars 7 Theatrical Poster Revealed - Sneak Peek of Star Wars 7’s Full Trailer - Star Wars: Rogue One Script Re-Written? Of course, we all remember Princess Leia’s stint in the gold bikini… but now Disney seems to be pushing the character in a far more modern direction.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ villain Kylo Ren probably doesn’t consider himself to be the bad guy… but the rest of the galaxy probably wouldn’t agree. During an interview with Empire Magazine, ‘Star Wars 7’ actor Adam Driver revealed the rather zealous motivations of the film’s main villain – Kylo Ren. I never thought of the character as an evil person.” - Star Wars 7 Theatrical Poster Revealed - Sneak Peek of Star Wars 7’s Full Trailer - Star Wars: Rogue One Script Re-Written? Of course, we’ve already seen hints towards Kylo Ren’s motivation… after all, the first full trailer for ‘The Force Awakens’ featured the mysterious villain staring ominously at the helm of Darth Vader while speaking rhetorically to the long-dead Sith Lord.
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ just got even more enticing, because it’s been confirmed that the teaser trailer for ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ will debut before the blockbuster. Simon Kinberg, who is ‘X-Men Apocalypse’s’ producer and writer, made this revelation to Collider, while 20th Century Fox later confirmed this would be the case with a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. “Our first trailer will be on ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’,” Kinberg declared to the website. Kinberg then added further information regarding what we can expect to see in the trailer, even teasing its run time. - Marvel Studios Has X-Men / Fantastic Four Plans?