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NOV
14
1 week

Marvel's 'Star Wars: Darth Vader' To Feature Some Unexpected Familiar Faces

Marvel's 'Star Wars: Darth Vader' To Feature Some Unexpected Familiar Faces

A preview of the first issue of Marvel’s upcoming Star Wars: Darth Vader comic book has revealed that the Dark Lord of the Sith won’t be the only familiar face to be found in the new series. For everyone who ever wanted to see Vader face off against the original trilogy’s other main villain, prepare to get excited.

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NOV
5
3 WKS

Revealed: Luke Skywalker Is The Man He Is Today Because of Freddy Krueger

Revealed: Luke Skywalker Is The Man He Is Today Because of Freddy Krueger

Robert Englund is probably a name that people closely identify with nightmares more than dreams, thanks to his long-standing association with the Nightmare on Elm Street series of movies. It turns out, however, that the former Freddy Krueger is also the man to thank for Star Wars as we know it today.

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OCT
24
1 month

'Zero Dark Thirty' Cinematographer Says He's Working on 'Star Wars' Spinoff

'Zero Dark Thirty' Cinematographer Says He's Working on 'Star Wars' Spinoff

Greig Fraser, the Australian cinematographer best known for his work on Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, is headed into space for his next project, he said in a new interview. He’ll be working with Gareth Edwards on one of the upcoming Star Wars stand-alone movies.

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OCT
24
1 month

Watch the Many, Many Deaths of 'Star Wars' in Under Three Minutes

Watch the Many, Many Deaths of 'Star Wars' in Under Three Minutes

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a lot of people died. Like, a lot of people.

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OCT
10
1 month

Lucasfilm Debuts 'Empire Strikes Back Uncut,' Announces New 'Star Wars' Fan Film Contest

Lucasfilm Debuts 'Empire Strikes Back Uncut,' Announces New 'Star Wars' Fan Film Contest

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away — well, okay, it was actually 2010 and on the very Internet that you’re reading this on — web developer Casey Pugh released Star Wars Uncut, a crowd-sourced remake of George Lucas’ original Star Wars movie. Made up of almost 500 15-second sequences submitted by fans, the movie was a testament to fandom and the power of the original movie… and, it turns out, just the beginning.

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OCT
6
2 MOS

How 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Set Visitors Are Warned Not to Share Spoilers

How 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Set Visitors Are Warned Not to Share Spoilers

The first rule of Star Wars: Episode VII is, you do not talk about Star Wars: Episode VII.

Film producer Frank Marshall, who is married to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, posted a Twitter pic Monday of a poster from the Pinewood Studios set in England. 

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OCT
3
2 MOS

20 Must-See Panels From New York Comic Con 2014

20 Must-See Panels From New York Comic Con 2014

Next Thursday sees the beginning of the 2014 New York Comic Con, a four-day event that may only be a handful of years old — the first NYCC was held in 2006 — but is already approaching San Diego Comic-Con levels of attendance, importance within the comic book industry and overall insanity.

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OCT
2
2 MOS

'Star Wars' Stories May Span Multiple Genres, Hints Lucasfilm Exec

'Star Wars' Stories May Span Multiple Genres, Hints Lucasfilm Exec

When someone says “Star Wars” to you, what does that conjure in your mind? Memories of Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher fighting the Galactic Empire, probably — or perhaps the animated goodness that was Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars series. According to one Lucasfilm executive, however, we may be thinking too small.

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SEP
23
2 MOS

How Many Stormtroopers Will There Be in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'?

How Many Stormtroopers Will There Be in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'?

As everyone who's seen Return of the Jedi knows, the Empire ends up defeated by the Rebels, and everyone lives happily ever after, right? Well, maybe not.

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SEP
23
2 MOS

Marvel's 'Star Wars' Comic Book Plans Expand Beyond the Classic Trilogy

Marvel's 'Star Wars' Comic Book Plans Expand Beyond the Classic Trilogy

When Marvel announced the first Star Wars series since it regained the comic book rights to the franchise, one thing that fans noticed was that all three series were set between the original 1977 Star Wars movie and its 1980 follow-up, The Empire Strikes Back.

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SEP
19
2 MOS

'Star Wars' Stand-Alone Writer Gary Whitta to Pen 'Starlight' for Fox (Exclusive)

'Star Wars' Stand-Alone Writer Gary Whitta to Pen 'Starlight' for Fox (Exclusive)

Gary Whitta has already nabbed one of the hottest writing gigs out there, penning one of the Star Wars stand-alone films, and now he's signed on to work on another hot space hero project.

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SEP
17
2 MOS

A Familiar Jedi Knight Returns In the 'Star Wars: The Old Republic' Trailer

A Familiar Jedi Knight Returns In the 'Star Wars: The Old Republic' Trailer

Ahead of an expected expansion later this month, BioWare has released a new trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic that teases the return of a familiar face for longtime fans of the franchise.

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SEP
15
2 MOS

'Sesame Street' Takes on 'Star Wars' in This Parody Short

'Sesame Street' Takes on 'Star Wars' in This Parody Short

Say what you like about Star Wars, but there’s no denying the fact that it lacked even one scene where Han Solo tried to eat the co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon. Thankfully, Star S’Mores — a new short released online this weekend from Sesame Street — finally rights that wrong.

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SEP
15
2 MOS

Zack Snyder: Stormtrooper Spotted on the 'Batman v. Superman' Set

Zack Snyder: Stormtrooper Spotted on the 'Batman v. Superman' Set

Another day, another mysterious Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice/Star Wars crossover from Zack Snyder.

The director of the DC Comics sequel tweeted on Saturday a photo of two Gotham City police officers, the newly debuted Batmobile and a Stormtrooper who was being shoved into the cop car, all with an elusive caption: "Case closed."

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