[Television] Rian Johnson developing new Star Wars trilogy and live action television series for Disney
If you were excited for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi from director Rian Johnson, there’s reason to be even more excited, as Disney has announced Rian Johnson will not only be developing a Star Wars television series, but will also plan the next trilogy of Star Wars films.
PRESS RELEASE Lucasfilm announced today that they are teaming up with six of the world’s most well-known brands—Christian Louboutin, General Mills, Nissan, Royal Philips, Verizon and VIZIO—for the launch of an extensive global promotional campaign in support of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, opening on December 15.
With the exit of Colin Trevorrow from Star Wars: Episode IX, Star Warians have been running around worrying that their favorite movie franchise was about to collapse into nothingness. Never fear! J.J. Abrams is back!
During the San Diego Comic-Con panel for Lucasfilm publishing it was announced that a Thrawn series was in the works from Marvel Comics. Okay, okay, tone it down, I can hear you yelling “Hell, Yeah” all the way over here.
Yesterday, Disney shared news about its live action slate of films including the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Take the jump for a massive gallery of photos from the event.
On Tuesday, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO movie) were fired from the Han Solo stand alone flick over clashes with Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy and co-writer Lawrence Kasdan. Before the entire project could be scrapped, Lucasfilm has tapped Ron Howard to take over the reins.
Way back in the long ago days, Star Wars was in movie theaters, on the comic book stands, and in your local newspaper. Now thanks to an agreement between IDW Publishing and Lucasfilm, those classic newspaper strips are being collected for the first time.
During an interview with Variety, Disney’s Bob Iger dropped a few tidbits about the upcoming Han Solo movie, dealing with Carrie Fisher’s death, and what comes after Star Wars Episode 9.
Disney has announced the Han Solo stand alone movie has begun production, and the studio released this first full shot of the cast.
Some of you have already seen Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Some of you have not. Some of you will want to take the jump to see the latest television spot for the movie that opens officially tomorrow.
The Chinese trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has appeared online, and if you want to see Chirrut Imwe (played by Donnie Yen) take down a group of Storm Troopers, you’ll want to take the jump now.
For decades the work ILM put into the creatures in the Star Wars movies has been mind blowing. In this new video from Lucasfilm, take a quick behind the scenes look at the work that went in to some of the creatures in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.