Star Wars Episode 7
Is a ‘Star Wars’ backlash brewing? One of the top trending topics on Twitter has been #BoycottStarWarsVII. It seems absolutely ludicrous to boycott a ‘Star Wars’ movie, but we’ve learned the truly ridiculous reasons some fans have for wanting to boycott the new sequel.
One of the top trending hashtags on Twitter today, Oct. 19, is #BoycottStarWarsVII. While Star Wars: The Force Awakens is likely the most anticipated movie of the year by fans all over the world, a small group of white supremacists are making the bizarre claim that the upcoming SciFi epic is an anti-white movie.
It’s official! ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ will take place in a galaxy far, far away, 30 years post-‘Return of the Jedi.’ And it may star some familiar faces!
Star Wars fans everywhere are counting down to the final installment of the epic space franchise, Star Wars: Episode VII, slated to start shooting this May in London. Production companies Disney and Lucasfilm on March 18 released new details about their project, including it’s time frame. And that’s not all — they also hinted at some of the original Star Wars actors being included in the cast. Please say Harrison Ford!
Creator George Lucas accidentally revealed that the franchise’s original trio are in ‘negotiations’ to appear in the new crop of ‘Star Wars’ movies.
It sounds like three familiar faces will soon be returning to a galaxy far, far away! Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford — who played Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo in the original Star Wars trilogy — are expected to return for Lucasfilm’s upcoming continuation of the series after creator George Lucas spilled the beans in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek.
J.J. Abrams is poised to direct ‘Star Wars: Episode 7’, according to our sister site, Deadline! Is he the right fit?
While he’s currently working on Star Trek, and doing quite a tremendous job with it, J.J. Abrams has reportedly been tapped to take on one of the biggest movie franchises of all time, Star Wars! A new report from our sister site Deadline.com says that the newly-announced Star Wars: Episode 7 is now in J.J.’s hands. Is it a good idea?
Now that Disney has purchased Lucasfilm, ‘Star Wars Episode 7’ has a targeted release date of 2015. So many people are both scared and excited for what is to come, and HollywoodLife.com got to talk EXCLUSIVELY with J.J. and Jon about their potential involvement in the iconic series! You won’t believe what they had to say!
During the Veterans Day 2012: Celebrating Leadership and Service event, hosted at Universal Studios on Nov. 9 by national veterans nonprofit, The Mission Continues, alongside the Got Your 6 campaign, HollywoodLife.com got to talk EXCLUSIVELY to two amazing filmmakers rumored to be top picks to direct the next Star Wars films. J.J. Abrams and Jon Favreau both had different opinions on the possibility to go to a galaxy far far away!
In what may be the biggest movie surprise of all time, George Lucas and gang have announced the next Star Wars that will be released in theaters in 2015!
Regardless of how we all feel about the latest Star Wars films and all the awful thoughts of Jar Jar Binks, the legendary series has a place in all of our hearts. Now Disney and Lucasfilm are continuing the franchise with an announced Episode 7 which is maybe the biggest surprise and well kept secret in the history of film!