The live action Star Wars TV show will have its own panel at Star Wars Celebration next month.
First deatils have been revealed for Jon Favreau’s Star Wars show.
Star Wars Episode IX will use unreleased footage of Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa.
At SDCC we got the announcement that The Clone Wars are set to return to finish the story.
First details on Respawn’s Star Wars game were revealed at EA Play including the title and setting.
Star Wars is a rapidly expanding franchise but with all the potential stories to be told can they really stick to just one movie a year?
In an exclusive on The Hollywood Reporter it is believed that a Boba Fett stand alone Star Wars movie is in the works at Disney and Lucasfilm.
This week sees the release of Solo: A Star Wars story, the latest movie in the Star Wars saga and the second ‘Story’ film set in a galaxy far far away. Having seen the film at its midnight release I will be giving my thoughts and impression on the film below but fair warning there Will Be SPOILERS!
The Star Wars Show today revealed the location for next years Star Wars Celebration and it will take place in Chicago.
In an exclusive article published by Fanthatracks they claim to have had information from one of their well places sources that indicates that the long rumoured Obi-Wan Kenobi stand alone movie is now in development.
In March of 2018 Lucasfilm announced that Jon Favreau was set to write and executive produce a live action Star Wars series set to debut on Disney’s up and coming direct-to-consumer platform.
2016 so far has seen the release of some truely great and monumental films. We have had Oscar contenders in The Revenant and Creed. Epic super hero films from the break out Deadpool to the grand scale of Captian America Civil War and the opinion dividing Batman Vs Superman. Visual masterpieces such as The Jungle Book and many other great films. With the first half of the year now behind us along with an impressive list of films we now looks forward to what the next 6 months have in… Read more Second half of 2016 – My most anticipated films →