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The Golden Globe nominations were announced, with Birdman and Boyhood well represented.The SAG Awards nominations were also announced, with the same two movies on top.
Names were revealed for the characters in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. Meanwhile, new Star Wars attractions at Disney theme parks will be based on the new movies only.
Michael Fassbender is officially playing Steve Jobs.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens news continues to drip out, and while we still don’t know the precise plot of the movie (though we can certainly infer plenty from its teaser trailer), we now at least know who the main cast is playing. And EW unveiled the names by showcasing some new trading cards Lucasfilm is putting out.
The Ball droid is BB-8
Here’s a fun bit of trivia regarding Star Wars: The Force Awakens: the tiny ball-droid who’s already stolen the hearts of every living soul on the internet was apparently based on early concept art of another famous droid, R2D2. Here’s an image of the two side-by-side, and while the sketch doesn’t look exactly like what’s in the trailer, this is how Star Wars
Delivered straight to us from a galaxy far, far away, here it is folks — the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the first big-screen Star Wars sequel in 30 years.
Watch it below.
We’ve waited three decades for the return of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and friends, and while we still have an entire year to go… Continue reading 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Trailer: You've Waited 30 Years to Watch This
Disney XD has debuted a new, full trailer for “Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion,” the TV movie being released that will set up audiences for the
“Star Wars Rebels” TV series. The trailer gives a better sense of the tone of the show than the previously released
short film and
first seven minutes.
There’s a lot of “Star Wars” buzz surrounding