Star Wars: Episode VII has just added a couple of new names to its cast list, as a result of an open casting call that attracted over 67 thousand individuals. The first lucky hopeful is an American actress studying in Glasgow, Scotland, named Crystal Clarke. Her background includes experience in both stage and screen acting, […]
Star Wars: Episode VII has encountered its first major production hiccup, as one of the main cast, Harrison Ford (who originally played Han Solo in the original trilogy), has reportedly broken his ankle on the set due to an accident involving the door of the Millenium Falcon.
Lucasfilm is not content with simply continuing the main Star Wars yarn via Episode VII, as they are also planning to launch multiple stand-alone and spin-off movies based on the long running sci-fi franchise. Recently, it was announced that Godzilla’s Gareth Edwards will be helming a new spin-off movie, now, Lucasfilm and Disney have announced […]
It seems that J.J. Abrams’ influence on the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII will be heavier than expected, as he’s no longer just confined to the director’s seat. According to StarWars.com, Abrams, along with Lawrence Kasdan, will be taking over scriptwriting duties after Michael Arndt has dropped out of the project.
During the recent D23 convention, Disney Chief Alan Horn took to the stage and announced a small yet very important details about Star Wars Episode VII – the release date. According to Horn, the seventh installment in the saga will arrive in time for summer of 2015.
The announcement of J.J. Abrams involvement in the 7th installment in the Star Wars movie franchise is surprising due to the filmmakers’ prior denial about his involvement, but LucasFilm head Kathleen Kennedy has revealed how she managed to convince Abrams on taking the gig. According to Kennedy, the deciding factor may have been the fact […]
Contrary to what he earlier told the LA Times, Zack Snyder has now let it slip in a Vulture.com interview that he is currently developing a Star Wars project, but one that is not part of the new trilogy announced by new Lucasfilm owners, Disney. According to rumors, Snyder’s untitled Star Wars project will be […]
Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm, as well as the news that they’re going to continue the franchise is already big news, but now there are even more seismic rumors floating around, stating that Disney is planning to follow up Episode VII with two to three Star Wars films every year.