Good news, everyone! JJ Abrams killed Jar Jar Binks (probably). Also, Vanity Fair has Star Wars: The Force Awakens set pics with lots of new information, including what’s behind the main villain’s mask, a brand new space pirate, and much, much more.
Star Wars Celebration's exhibition floor reveals a whole heap of props, costumes and brand new Stromtroopers, in an exhibit dedicated to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Meet some brand new characters, including FlameTrooper, Desert Nomad, Junkyard Thug and the new face of the SnowTrooper.
In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it's been a long time since Return of the Jedi, and a lot has changed. And one of the changes we haven't heard about yet? The Empire's new name. Turns out the Empire and the Rebels are both called something different in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
J.J. Abrams has revealed the names of his brand new Star Wars characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And they are the most Star Wars names we have ever heard.
People are already tattooing new Star Wars characters onto their appendages—because it's Star Wars! Fingers crossed the new ball droid showcased in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer doesn't wind up killing Han Solo.
Major speculation ahead, but a Star Wars fansite is claiming that this GIF of the Millennium Falcon might be the first-ever bit of footage from the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens. What do you think?
Star Wars Episode 7 has wrapped filming. After starting principal photography back in May, the shooting has stopped. And this was how director J.J. Abrams said goodbye.
A bunch of set pictures from the brand new Star Wars movie have us all freaking out. Because they may reveal that everything we thought we knew is wrong. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD...
Two big, fat Star Wars spoilers for Episode 7 have been released into the ether of the Internet. One rumor was churned up by the director himself. And the other? Well, the other is a huge, huge, huge freaking reveal—those of you who want to remain untouched for the great Star Wars reawakening should cover your eyes.
After slogging through 7 years of lackluster prequels, the possibility of returning to the Star Wars world with the original cast and promise of better storytelling gets us really, really exciting. Which is probably why these fan-imagined posters got us incredibly excited. Just look at them!
In celebration of the Earth's impending Mayan-mandated apocalypse, the good folks of the Reuters news agency decided to take a look at some Mayan temples, including the one seen in the background of the original Star Wars movie (on Yavin-4, to be specific). Tucked inside this little article was a bit of a thermal…