Jett Lucas Drops Some Episode VII Hints
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on October 7, 2013 under News, Star Wars
[caption id="attachment_28974" align="alignnone" width="600"] It's unlikely Jett will make another cameo in Star Wars...[/caption]George Lucas' son Jett was interviewed by Flicks and the City and answers a lot of Star Wars-related questions. He doesn't give away any specific details about the Sequel Trilogy... more.
Why Some Star Wars Fans Are Skeptical About Rumors
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 24, 2013 under News, Star Wars
Long time Star Wars fans have been though a lot when it comes to rumors. Back prior to the Special Edition releases, one of the earliest Star Wars fan sites called Red 5 got a little egg on his face when he was leaked false information that said that the Episode IV SE trailer would be attached to a certain movie in 1996. Obviously it wasn’t, but people were angry that such a big rumor turned out... more.
This Week’s Fake Episode VII Casting Rumor: Daniel Day Lewis
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 22, 2013 under News, Star Wars
It seems like every week brings a new Episode VII casting rumor that takes the internet by storm, whether or not it was true. Two weeks ago it was the Benedict Cumberbatch rumor, and this last week was Saoirse Ronan. What will the big rumor this week be? According to a Tweet from Latino Review's El Mayimbe, Daniel Day Lewis ... more.
10 Things We Know About Episode VII After a Year
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 20, 2013 under Featured, Lists, Star Wars
This October will mark the one year anniversary of the announcement that shook geeks everywhere. Nearly a year after Disney purchased Lucasfilm for $4.8 billion and revealed that a Star Wars Episode VII would be coming in 2015, there turns out there is actually a lot we already know about the movie. Despite Disney remaining quiet for the time being about it, here are ten things we know about Epi... more.
JJ Abrams Wants Episode VII to Feel Real
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under News, Star Wars
Everyone has been freaking out thinking that JJ Abrams' Star Wars will end up looking like his Star Trek. That means a slick high-tech look with lens flares flying all over the place. In a new interview, it does sound like he knows what made the look of the Original Trilogy work so well. Entertainment Weekly spoke to Abrams a... more.
Seth Green Explains What Happened to Star Wars: Detours
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on September 18, 2013 under News, Star Wars
Ever since Disney purchased Lucasfilm, there has been some uncertainty as to what will happen with Seth Green's comedic series Star Wars: Detours. While many thought it was outright cancelled, that doesn't seem to be the case. In fact, it seems like a whole bunch of it is already complete, it's just on hold for now. Seth Green explained to more.
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ROTJ Plot Hole Involving Leia and Her Mother Finally Explained
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on May 23, 2013 under News, Star Wars
Ever since the Prequels finished with Episode III, it established a big plot hole in Return of the Jedi where Leia says she remembers her mother. Since Padme died in Episode III, how could Leia remember her. While desperate fans tried to come up with some "force imprint" theory, the truth is that originally Luke and Leia's mother didn't die until Leia was much older. J.W. Rinzler's "The Making ... more.
Dark Horse Adapting Lucas’ Star Wars First Draft
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on April 1, 2013 under Comics, News, Star Wars
While this sounds like an April Fool's joke, Dark Horse swears it's real. The publisher who currently has the Star Wars comic license is planning to release a comic adaptation of George Lucas' first draft screenplay of Star Wars, which was originally titled "The Star Wars" and was pretty different than what we know and love: Three years before his 1977 film, George Lucas put down on paper his f... more.