Dark Horse Comics has announced that it will be publishing Star Wars comics beginning in Spring 2022.
Ahsoka Tano, a Togruta female, was the Padawan learner to Anakin Skywalker and a hero of the Clone Wars. Now, she’s going to be featured in an upcoming Star Wars TV Show. Time to dive deep into the history of one of the most popular Jedis of all time!
Marvel and Lucasfilm have announced the publishing plans for the upcoming Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker movie tie-ins, including Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: Allegiance that is scheduled to arrive this fall from Ethan Sacks and Luke Ross.
Star Wars Rebels was a fantastic show that I don’t think audiences gave a lot of credit to, but it was one of the best mythos building series for the Star Wars Universe. Now, Dark Horse Comics is set to release an art book that examines the animated series.
In December, Lucasfilm and Disney will launch a new wave of prose novels that will cover the entirety of all of the films.
Fans attending the 10th-anniversary panel for the Star Wars Clone Wars went in knowing they were about to relive some great memories, but I don’t think anyone was ready for the announcement from Lucasfilm that the show is returning.
Sad news (good news?) for Indiana Jones fans – the fifth movie in the series is behind schedule and will miss the July 10th, 2020 planned release date.
Last night, Lucasfilm released a new trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story, and for those wondering if Ron Howard could bring a solid film to the screen, the answer appears to be, “Yes.”
Interesting news out of Lucasfilm, as the production company has announced it has hired Jon Favreau as the writer and executive producer of a live-action television series based in the Star Wars universe.
In Star Wars Episode VII: The Last Jedi, Luke says he must bring it all to an end. He may not be wrong, and the Jedi may have been a bunch of dummies all along. Was Darth Vader right? Dr. Brad Will expands on the theory in this October 2017 lecture, “What Would Yoda Do?”
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.
Rian Johnson doesn’t want you to watch the new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Do you dare defy his orders, or are you willing to take the jump and see what all of the fuss is about?
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!