Lucasfilm has launched an official Star Wars Instagram. For now there are no new images (unless you count the aforementioned selfie) but fans will want to keep a close eye on it over the coming weeks as we have a lot of galaxy far far away related stuff on the horizon.
Despite there being rumors for a few months now that the Millennium Falcon would appear in Star Wars Episode VII, it would actually be more shocking if it didn't appear. However, Yahoo is claiming that it has actually been built already.
Artist Robert Shane has come up with three very interesting "off-screen" scenarios from A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi. They depict Boba Fett executing Owen and Beru, a Wampa VS Imperial troops, and Moff Jerjerrod coming to a shocking end.
Explaining how the new release is more convenient than the initial summer opening, Star Wars: Episode VII director J.J. Abrams talks with MTV about the possibility of both R2-D2 & C-3PO returning!
Sources for The Hollywood Reporter claim that a new character in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII will be along the lines of Matt Damon's character, Max De Costa, from Neill Blomkamp's sci-fi thriller, Elysium. Come voice your opinion.
EA's Blake Jorgensen has confirmed that EA and Disney's Star Wars deal will last for the next ten years, and while that means we should expect to see plenty of new games set in that universe, none of them will be directly based on Star Wars Episode VII or its sequels! Read on for details.
This latest piece of promotion for the upcoming animated follow-up to Star Wars: The Clone Wars wants YOU to jump in a Tie-Fighter and take on some rebel scum as part of the Galactic Empire. Check it out after the jump.
While Smith (Doctor Who) has just been mentioned as having gone in for a meeting, Flemyng (X-Men: First Class) appears to have a copy of the script -- could he have actually been cast in the movie already? Read on for more.
Lucasfilm have issues a press release confirming that R2-D2 will return in Star Wars Episode VII, but most interesting is the reveal of who those guys standing with J.J. Abrams and Kathleen Kennedy are. They're members of the worldwide R2-D2 Builders Club, and have been hired to work on the movie!
The website, movies.com, has posted two rare behind-the-images from Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back featuring a trained monkey attempting to play the role of Yoda. Check this out!
That's one explanation for the following anyway: According to Sam L. Jackson, who is shooting a movie with Mark Hamill, J.J. Abrams has not been in contact with the former Jedi about returning to the franchise. Click on and see what you make of all this.
Last night on Letterman. Samuel L. Jackson was asked if there's any more Star Wars planned for him. Hit the jump to find out his answer.
Star Wars: Episode VII director and co-writer, J.J. Abrams, has tweeted a new behind-the-scenes image featuring everyone's favorite robot, R2-D2. Hit the jump to check it out.
In this parody video, Cody (Jennifer's Body, Juno) announces that she's to be the new scriptwriter for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars flick. Her ideas? Kill luke, less action more talking, and it's now R2-She2 and C-She3PO. Click on for a chuckle or two.
Were you one of the many people who missed out on the opportunity to audition for Star Wars Episode VII at the recent casting calls across the UK and North America? Well, you're in luck, as Disney and Lucasfilm are now offering fans the chance to submit their auditions online. Read on for details!
Some fans were shocked when Disney chose a December 18th, 2015 release for Star Wars Episode VII as it goes against Lucasfilm's usual May date. In the following interview, Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger shares his thoughts on the decision to male the change and why it may ultimately be a good thing!
We've seen clip after clip from the Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi long lost Edit Droid Laserdisc, but now you can see the full thirty-minutes in it's entirety. Come check it out!
While not explicitly named as such, we've heard about Disney's London open auditions for Star Wars: Episode VII getting underway. Well, the U.S. casting alert has gone out and it's pretty specific. Read on to see when and where you can take your shot!
After months of speculation and the recent reports that J.J. Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan took over Star Wars Episode VII writing duties from Michael Arndt in order to meet a 2015 release, Walt Disney Studios and Lucasfilm have FINALLY revealed when we'll see the movie. Hit the jump to find out!
While participating in a conference call for his new Fox series Almost Human, the director shed some light on the reason why he and Lawrence Kasdan stepped in and took over from Michael Arndt to write the script for Star Wars: Episode VII.
With filming of J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII expected to kickoff this January, it's no surprise that an opening casting call (for UK residents) has gone out. Hit the jump to see if you have what it takes for either the male or female roles.
"Obi-Wan would have told you long ago had I let him." Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi long lost Edit Droid Laserdisc containing behind-the-scenes footage reveals Obi-Wan wanted to tell Luke the truth about Vader, but Yoda forbade it. Check it out!
In the final seconds of the following video, Chiwetel Ejiofor is slyly questioned about rumors that he has joined Star Wars: Episode VII while promoting his recent film. Make the jump for his coy answer!
Star Wars Episode VII director J.J. Abrams responds to a recent video featuring "4 Rules to Make Star Wars Great Again", hinting that his take on the seventh instalment in the franchise will go back to basics. However, he adds that he appreciates many younger fans identify with the prequels...
According to Jedi News, British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor ("12 Years A Slave"), has been cast in J.J. Abrams' upcoming fantasy-adventure film, Star Wars: Episode VII. Hit the jump to check it out.