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I guess there’s a remote chance that the following indicates some of the action in Episode VII, more likely that it’s just a barometer of the two lead characters.
Gary Winnick writes for Bleeding Cool: Hi! I’m Gary Winnick, the co-creator of Lucasfilm’s Maniac Mansion and Art Director of Lucasarts for its’ first decade. I’ve worked at a lot of high profile companies over the years. But working for …
Disney have officially announced that Tomorrowland will take the May 22nd 2015 release window that quiet whispers had pegged as the launch date for Star Wars: Episode VII. That film will now roll out on December 18th 2015. Disney’s Alan …
George Lucas discusses casting Carrie Fisher.
Including the official statement from Lucasfilm.
Plus other interesting details on Lucasfilm’s plans for Star Wars over the next couple of years.
They’re busy making more Star Wars for us.
This thing is going to sell a lot of toys. On the up side, it actually looks really promising.
This show will be the first official Star Wars narrative fiction from the new Disney-owned Lucasfilm, won’t it?
She got to snoop around and find a weird little electro hilt thing in somebody’s bag. Such fun!
Supposedly the success of Agents of SHIELD has led to a lot of discussion about Disney moving forward on a live action Star Wars television series.
Star Wars was my go-to example of cinemascope for a very long time. Back in the 4:3 TV era, my letterboxed VHS tapes of the Star Wars movies were an easy, and easy to find, example of what the wide, …
As we told you earlier in the month, Mayhew isn’t in the best of health right now. Complications arising from his gigantism lead to him being unable to stand up straight or walk unassisted.
There are several acting agencies that specialise in actors with extraordinary physiques, from the tall to the small, the very thin to the rather broad. Last Friday, these agencies received a new Star Wars casting call.
Watch: Leaked Footage Shows How Star Wars: 1313 Was Designed To Bridge Gaming And Moviemaking In Entirely New Ways
This almost seems too out-there to be true, but Lucasfilm have been explaining how they see the future of cinema and it seems a lot more like video games than anything else.
To promote the launch of The Old Republic, here’s a pretty well conceived promo, selling the “everybody’s playing it” angle.