Amidst all the hoopla concerning the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII movie has been speculation about its still-unknown title. That speculation could be nearing its end, with a tip arriving today claiming the movie's title is "The Ancient Fear".
On May 13, Star Wars Storyboards: The Original Trilogy will launch in bookstores, giving fans access to a collection of never-before-seen early artwork from the original trilogy. Ahead of this, the publisher has released a teaser video showing off some of the goods.
This year more than any before it, it’s become apparent that the 4th of May is not only the "unofficial" Star Wars Day for Star Wars fans. This day has caught on for those ready and raring to make a profit - the web-based storefronts of every brand that’s got a Star Wars or Star Wars-related object or service for sale is coming out of the woodwork.
What better way to ring in "May the 4th be with you" - unofficial "Star Wars Day," that is - than with a pair of Stormtrooper headphones? We’ve got one of the first pairs of Star Wars Stormtrooper STREET by 50 On-Ear headphones out in the wild this weekend and we’re having a listen while we sport the most obviously Star Wars-inspired of the collection.
Today we’re having a first peek at what the main cast of Star Wars VII (or Star Wars 7, if you prefer) will look like. Below you’ll find each of the main characters listed near images of what they looked like in the original Star Wars films and/or what they look like now - assuming they were in a Star Wars film in the first place. Several cast members were in the original trilogy while several others are completely new to this universe.
The first full list of Star Wars VII or Star Wars 7 (whichever you prefer) cast members has been announced, including Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford. This collection of actors will also include Andy Serkis, Max von Sydow, and a whole lot of other familiar faces.
The three actors most notorious for their roles of Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, and Han Solo have been spotted in London in recent weeks. These actors do not live in London, nor is their a particularly thrilling Star Wars convention in the area. It could be that what looks like a Star Wars 7 filming situation and feels like a Star Wars 7 filming situation is just that.
It’s been revealed this week by Star Wars officials that Star Wars Episodes 7, 8, and 9 will not tell the same story as books in the same era. Those familiar with the ever-changing word of George Lucas, Lucasfilm, and every official department in-between will know that "canon" isn’t a solid term in the Star Wars Universe. Here we’re treated to the latest "legends."