While doing an interview with MTV, Benedict Cumberbatch let it slip that his fellow Star Trek Into Darkness thespian, Simon Pegg has a role in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars VII.
Hit the jump to check out another new clip from Disney's new animated series, Star Wars Rebels. The clip: "Ezra is on the run from the Empire until a friend appears to rescue him...with a rather surprising getaway vehicle."
Walt Disney Pictures have provided Entertainment Weekly with the first clip from their new animated series, Star Wars Rebels. It features a fight scene in which the show's main villain, The Inquisitor, shows-off his lightsaber. Check it out!
Get a sneak peek at what's to come in the first season of Star Wars Rebels, including new scenes featuring the Inquisitor, Ezra's Jedi training, and the appearance of a certain droid duo via this brand new video released just moments after the show's Comic-Con panel wrapped up!
In a video interview with BBC, the man who'll reprise the iconic role of Luke Skywalker in J.J. Abrams' currently shooting Star Wars: Episode VII chats about returning to the galaxy far far away.
It's been confirmed that J.J. Abrams will be bringing his Star Wars cast and crew to the Emerald Isle to shoot scenes at "Skellig Michael", off the coast of County Kerry. More past the jump..
Badass Digest are back with another bit of Star Wars info, this time pertaining to Game Of Thrones fave Gwendoline Christie's role in the currently shooting movie. Click on for more, but beware of possible character SPOILERS.
Walt Disney Pictures have just released an extended trailer for their upcoming animated series, Star Wars Rebels. It takes place between the events of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Episode IV: A New Hope. Come check it out.
J.J. Abrams' latest video supporting "Force For Change" reveals that one lucky fan will be able to see an advanced screening of the movie if they donate to the worthy cause. The real surprise though? The video also contains a first look at the X-Wing's and Rebel Pilots we'll see in Star Wars Episode VII!
A few days ago, Badass Digest, lots of exciting plot details for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars VII. He added some additional details regarding John Boyega's character. Check'em out.
The seventh entry in the world's most famous sci-fi series is still well over a year away but news of the film's plot couldn't be more abundant; hit the jump to check out the latest (rumored) details featuring both new and old heroes! Mild spoilers may follow!
An up and coming British actress who has appeared in the likes of 24: Live Another Day and Black Mirror has reportedly joined the cast of J.J. Abrams' Star Wars Episode VII. There's no word on who she'll be playing, but hit the jump for further details!
British actor Jason Isaacs has been cast as the lead villain not in one of the upcoming live-action Star Wars movies, but in the upcoming Disney XD animated series which will bridge the gap between the prequels and original trilogy. Hit the jump for details and a new teaser!
In 1977 a phenomenon dawned; Marvel Comics published the very first Star Wars comic-book series. Now, they're re-presenting those original adventures in an over-sized Omnibus format ahead of the launch of a new wave of comics sometime over the next couple of years...
Your first look at the Star Wars Rebels character, Cikatro Vizago. The website, Making Star Wars, describes him as "a Devaronian criminal boss who operates on Lothal."
Fans have been wondering who the Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes actor would be voicing in the new Star Wars animated series, and now we know. Get your first glimpse at The Inquisitor's right hand man: Agent Kallus, the "Rebel Hunter".
They're not sure if it'll be one of the films in the new trilogy or a stand-alone flick, but Jedi News reckon the man behind the likes of Doctor Who and Sherlock has been approached to helm, or write, a new Star Wars movie.
The official website, starwars.com, have issued a press release detailing the Star Wars events that will take place at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego. They report, Star Wars VII will not be showcased. Come voice your disgust!
The official Twitter account for J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot have sent out a photo which seemingly confirms that Star Wars Episode VII is at least partially being shot with IMAX cameras, just like Star Trek Into Darkness before it. Hit the jump for details!