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This December marks the return of Star Wars to the big screen with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It is Disney’s intention to then start releasing one live-action Star Wars movie per year, with standalone Anthology films arriving in the years between chapters in a new trilogy that picks up 30 years after Return of the Jedi.

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We can’t get enough of tales of what might have been. Earlier this week, we shared the story of how Ian McKellen nearly wasn’t Magneto nor Gandalf. Now, here’s one of how Ahmed Best nearly didn’t play Jar Jar Binks in the Star Wars prequels. Instead, none other than Michael Jackson could have played the comic-relief character. But it would have been done much differently… Continue reading Could Michael Jackson Have Improved the 'Star Wars' Prequels?

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Movie Mash-Up of the Day:

Jesse Eisenberg was obviously cast as Lex Luthor because of his Mark Zuckerberg portrayal, so this mash-up of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and The Social Network is obvious but necessary:

Star Wars of the Day:

Everyone knows the Star Wars movies are heavily influenced… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Batman v Superman' Meets 'The Social Network,' 'Star Wars' Western Parody and More

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Trailer Remix of the Day:

Perfectly timed for today’s new Spectre trailer debut, here’s a 1960s-style trailer for the 2006 version of Casino Royale (via Devour):

Filmmaker in Focus:

The interweb’s favorite filmmaker of all time, Christopher Nolan, is summed up in just over three minutes in this epic supercut… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: More 'Mad Max' Meets 'Star Wars,' Epic Christopher Nolan Supercut and More

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Vintage Summer Movie Preview of the Day:

Was 1982 the best summer for movies? It looks that way in retrospect looking at this sneak preview of the season’s offerings of 33 years ago, but let’s remember that a lot of these releases, such as Blade Runner and Tron were box office disappointments.… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: The Original Ant-Man, 'Star Wars' Toys That Won't Fit In Your Home and More