One of the most famous Star Wars characters not in The Force Awakens makes his sequel trilogy debut in a new Lego short film set right before the events of the film. Nice to see you again, Lando Calrissian.
The next X-Men movie could tackle a huge storyline from the comics. Tim Miller wants an R-Rated X-Force. Plus, tons of new footage from Civil War, Game of Thrones, Agents of SHIELD and The Flash, and Iron Fist casts a few more key characters. Spoilers Now!
With every passing day, we get closer and closer to Disney and Lucasfilm finally announcing that they’ve found the actor who will play young Han Solo. Right now, all signs point to the relative newcomer Alden Ehrenreich.
The most intriguing Star Wars books coming out have been the ones that flesh out the extensive gap between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath was one of them, and now its sequel is going to tell us what Han and Chewbacca were up to after the destruction of the Death Star II.
And we thought carbon freezing looked painful...
Disney and Lucasfilm have apparently whittled the list of actors who could star in the Han Solo origin movie down from every young man in Hollywood to just three people: Taron Egerton, Jack Reynor, and Alden Ehrenreich.
Fans know very little about the 2018 Han Solo movie, except that it’ll be directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. But the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, just dropped a key piece of information about a supporting character in the film. A very obvious, very tall, and very hairy supporting character.
Princess Leia had one. Lando had one. Chewbacca had one. Poor Luke hasn’t had one. Now Han Solo himself is getting his own, err, solo miniseries from Marvel.
Ever since George Lucas tweaked the original Star Wars movies, fans incensed by the changes have rallied together under one cry: “Han shot first!” For those who maintain that Han blasted Greedo away before the bounty hunter could react, you need to read this early version of the original Star Wars script, courtesy of…
Civil War will balance its dark moments with some superhero humor. The long-awaited Jumanji reboot gets a director. Chris Pine talks Wonder Woman. The Magicians will lean into the horror elements of the books. Plus, more superheroes in DC TV shows, and ridiculously meta Deadpool adverts. Spoilers Now!
The Young Han Solo Star Wars spinoff movie won’t hit theaters for two and a half years, but apparently Lucasfilm is getting very close to hiring a star. The reason? He may have some work to do very soon.
As the headline states, this article will ruin one of the major spoilers in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But what you didn’t realize is, the ending was already ruined back in 2010, two years before the movie was even announced
Lawrence Kasdan talks about how the Han Solo spinoff movie will approach the character. Peter Capaldi ponders his future on Doctor Who. Stefan Kapicic talks playing Colossus in Deadpool. Mark Ruffalo teases a new characterization for the Hulk. Plus, what’s to come on Galavant and iZombie. Spoilers!
No, Doctor Strange will probably not feature a Spider-Man cameo. The Flash casts another comic book villain. Lev Grossman teases the differences between The Magicians books and the show. Plus, good news for The Librarians, the stunts of The Force Awakens, and Black Mirror starts casting. So many Spoilers!
A heap of insane Batman v Superman rumors could give away the whole movie. A new rumor teases Iron Fist casting. Could Arrow turn Felicity into a major figure from the comics? Plus, new details on the Doctor Who Christmas Special, The Flash teases a villainous turn, and James Cameron talks Avatar 2. Spoilers Get!
When Han Solo declared “Chewie, we’re home” in the second trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it brought tears to even most hardened fans. And in another trailer, he thrilled us by declaring, “It’s true, all of it.” But Harrison Ford says both those lines are being wildly misinterpreted.
When news officially broke that Lucasfilm and Disney were making a film about a young Han Solo, the immediate question was “Who could possibly play him?” A new report begins to craft an answer, and that answer is, “Almost anybody.”
You knew Darth Vader could be cold, but have you seen him like this?
Harrison Ford wants to return to Indiana Jones. Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi tease the Doctor Who season finale. Aliens: Paradise Lost will explore the origins of the Aliens. Plus, oodles of new The Force Awakens pictures, and Peyton Reed talks about the importance of Ant-Man and the Wasp. Behold, Spoilers!
The folks over at Insignificant Fish Industries run a popular Etsy shop selling geeky merchandise like glowing arcade coin slot belt buckles. But they also just teased this wonderful Han Solo blaster flask on their website that is sure to make them overnight millionaires if they ever start selling it.