Star Wars

Cross Brad Bird Off That STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Director Wish List

The first round draft of dream directors on the fans lists to helm Star Wars: Episode VII is dwindling fast. Sorry, but we can now officially count Brad Bird out of the running too. When grilled on his Twitter page, the director behind Toy Story, The Incredibles, and Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol shot down the talk that he will tackle the ...

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The Circle Is Complete, Carrie Fisher Wants In For Next ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy

So we’ve heard sorta rumblings from Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford regarding their reactions for a return in Star Wars: Episodes VII, VIII, and IX. Last in line to complete the SW Trinity reunion is Carrie Fisher. OK, not to slight Chewbacca, C-3P0, and R2-D2 on this, but Peter Mayhew reprised his role as the iconic Wookie in Episode III, and ...

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Harrison Ford Reportedly Open To The Idea For Returning In New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy

Entertainment Weekly scored an interview with Mark Hamill earlier this week, now the magazine has word that Harrison Ford is indeed in the loop and willing to appear in the next wave of Star Wars films set to take place after the events of 1983’s Return of the Jedi.“Harrison is open to the idea of doing the movie and he’s upbeat ...

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Mark Hamill Has Discussed New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy With George Lucas and Carrie Fisher

Entertainment Weekly caught up with Mark Hamill for his thoughts on the new future of Star Wars as part of the Disney Empire. While he does not know much about the grand plans that lie ahead, what is extremely interesting (and encouraging) is his revelation that he and Carrie Fisher had lunch with George Lucas last summer and discussed  Episodes ...

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Videos of Darth Vader Visiting Disneyland…

The ink on the contract has barely dried on yesterday’s big Lucasfilm purchase by the house of Mouse, and there is already video evidence of Darth Vader dancing through Disneyland. OK, these are not actually brand new videos, but commercials for Star Tours, which has been a co-production between Lucasfilm and Disney running in the theme parks for years. The original ...

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Disney Buys Lucasfilm For $4.05 Billion… Sets STAR WARS: EPISODE VII For 2015

In a surprise announcement by Disney, the House Of Mouse acquired Lucasfilm for $4.05 Billion, encompassing all of its properties, Lucasfilm Ltd., LucasArts, Industrial Light & Magic, and Skywalker Sound. The deal also obviously includes the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. Under the new regime, a slate of Star Wars features will be produced. “Star Wars Episode 7” has been announced, with ...

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