Disney boss Alan Horn has revealed that the new batch of Star Wars flicks could revert to their original May release dates. That means we'd (potentially) get a Star Wars movie, Captain America 3 and Batman VS. Superman all in the same month in 2016.
As well as writing and producing The Fantastic Four and X-Men: Days of Future Past, Simon Kinberg is also working on a Star Wars spin-off. Here, he talks about exactly how much of a role that the Expanded Universe will have on these new big screen adventures...
Along with releasing a new clip at WonderCon '14, the team behind the upcoming Star Wars Rebels animated series have unveiled over a dozen never-before-seen pieces of concept art, based on the work of the late Ralph McQuarrie. Hit the jump to check it out!
In this brand new Star Wars Rebels clip from the upcoming Disney XD series which premiered at WonderCon 2014 earlier today, we get an introduction from voice actress Vanessa Marshall and an exciting sequence from the upcoming animated series focusing on Hera. Check it out!
We recently learned that Episode 7 has actually begun early filming and entered the production stage (despite casting not being complete), now The National claim to have taken the first set photo from Star Wars Episode 7. Come check it out and let the speculation begin!
During a Reddit AMA, the notoriously prickly actor was asked a few inevitable Star Wars related questions, and was also quizzed about his rumored involvement in Ridley Scott's planned sequel to his sci-fi classic, Blade Runner.
But can we really trust the word of the man who said he wasn't Khan in another J.J. Abrams helmed movie, Star Trek Into Darkness? Hit the jump to hear what Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch had to say when he was quizzed about his rumoured connection to Star Wars Episode VII?
May the force be with you, Master Jack Robinson. Two days ago, family and friends of four-year-old Jack Robinson fulfilled his last wish with a Star Wars-themed funeral.
While the Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Who actress Karen Gillan won't physically appear in Star Wars Episode VII herself, she says that her hair probably will. Check out what she said after the jump...
In the past, there's been talk of J.J. Abrams looking to fill his Star Wars: Episode VII cast with newcomers, and it looks like he might have found his first one, Maisie Richardson-Sellers.
A source for the Hollywood Reporter reports, sets of Luke Skywalker's home planet, Tatooine, are being built for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII. Come voice your opinion.
There had been rumours after it was revealed that he'd dropped out of a convention appearance a little later this year, but reliable sources have now confirmed that Peter Mayhew is indeed set to once again suit up as Han Solo's loyal companion Chewbacca in Star Wars Episode VII. Check it out!
Yesterday we reported on a rumor that J.J. Abrams' Star Wars flick may already be shooting in Cairo, Egypt, and now Disney chief Alan Horn has confirmed that filming is indeed already underway, though he doesn't mention the location. Horn also provides a casting update.
Officially, J.J. Abrams' Star Wars flick isn't supposed to begin production until next month, but a source for Jedi News reckons some filming has already taken place in Cairo, Egypt. Have they returned to Tatooine early? Click on for more.
According to a source for Badass Digest, J.J. Abrams Star Wars: Episode VII headed to Morocco, and will start filming there May 14th. Could they be headed there to take advantage of the old abandoned sets of Luke Skywalker's home planet, Tatooine?
Hit the jump to check out a new featurette, explaining the origins of the mighty weapon from George Lucas' Star Wars universe. The Lightsaber has been wielded by many different forces across the galaxies, including Darth Vader, Obi-Wan, and many more.
With Star Wars Episode VII expected to be shooting soon, Disney better get off their butts and start casting. We get more rumors and more actors wishing they had roles every day. The newest? Lord of the Rings’ Dominic Monaghan. Check it out…
It seems that the 69 year old actor may be returning as the Lovable Wookie from a Galaxy Far,Far away...
According to THR, the young Attack The Block actor has not only tested for Star Wars: Episode VII, but is "wanted" for the key role of Danny, son of Miles, Dyson in Alan Taylor's new Terminator movie. Read on for more.
The website, CineLinx, is claiming that their sources have informed them Disney isn't just casting for J.J. Abrams Star Wars: Episode VII. There also supposedly casting for a new live-action Star Wars television series. Check it out.