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  1. 'Star Wars' Stand-alone Movie to Star Felicity Jones (Exclusive)

    11:10 am 1/30/2015

    Chris Weitz was just hired to write the new draft. Read more

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  2. 'Star Wars' Stand-alone Movie Hiring Oscar-Nominated Writer (Exclusive)

    1:41 pm 1/26/2015

    Chris Weitz is being brought in to write the 'Star Wars' spinoff being directed by Gareth Edwards after Gary Whitta exited the project this month Read more

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  3. U.K. 2014 in Review: Oscar Glory, 'Star Wars' and Benedict Cumberbatch

    6:00 am 12/26/2014

    Also, Simon Cowell's return to the 'X Factor' U.K. didn't bring the hoped-for ratings boost, while Monty Python said farewellRead more

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  4. 'Star Wars' Heading Back to London's Pinewood Studios

    6:58 am 11/10/2014

    The first spinoff will be shot at the London facility that served as home to 'Episode VII,' now titled 'The Force Awakens'Read more

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

    12:21 pm 10/24/2014

    Greig Fraser's credits also include 'Foxcatcher' and 'The Gambler' Read more

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  6. 'Monsters: Dark Continent': London Review

    6:43 am 10/17/2014

    Tom Green takes over the directing reins from Gareth Edwards for this Mideast-set follow-up to 2010's 'Monsters'Read more

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  7. War Is Even More Hell in 'Monsters: Dark Continent' Trailer

    12:34 pm 9/2/2014

    It's the army versus tentacled monsters in the follow-up to Gareth Edwards' cult movieRead more

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  8. Legendary's 'Godzilla' to Receive Japanese Governmental Award

    5:13 pm 8/14/2014

    The studio's reboot has launched a franchise around the iconic monsterRead more

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  9. 'Godzilla' Sequel to Hit Theaters Summer 2018

    10:17 am 8/14/2014

    Gareth Edwards is returning to direct the follow-upRead more

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  10. Canadian Seesaw Battle to Woo Hollywood Has Vancouver Booming Again

    5:40 am 6/26/2014

    The West Coast city got its mojo back, thanks to an upswing in visual effects work for major studios and a low Canadian dollar. Read more

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