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'Star Wars: Episode VII' has a title: 'The Force Awakens'


If you feel a disturbance in the Force, it’s millions of voices suddenly crying out the new title of Star Wars: Episode VIIThe Force Awakens.

The reveal comes as the movie finishes its final day of shooting (with many more months of post-production to come).


Warwick Davis returning to 'Star Wars' universe for Episode VII

Is this the return of Wicket?

Warwick Davis, who was only 11 years old when he won the part of Wicket the Ewok in Return of the Jedi, has been tapped to return to the galaxy far, far away for J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII.

Lucasfilm made the announcement with this video: READ FULL STORY

Dozens of 'Star Wars: Episode VII' concept images leak online


The shields are down, the landing bay doors have blown open, and many of Star Wars: Episode VII‘s secrets just got sucked into cyberspace. READ FULL STORY

'Star Wars' writer will script Mark Millar's 'Starlight' movie

Further evidence that we are cusping on a space-movie renaissance: Fox has just assigned a writer to work on an adaptation of Starlight, the retro-flavored space-operatic comic book written by Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar. The Starlight miniseries only began its run in March, and wrapped in October, but Fox was developing the film even before the first issue arrived in stores. Fox is also producing the upcoming Millar adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service. READ FULL STORY

Holy 'Star Wars,' Batman: Millennium Falcon footage features Batmobile


While some unofficial photos of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars Episode VII have been popping up, there hasn’t yet been an official look at Han Solo’s hunka junk … until now. And with it comes the appearance of another famous vehicle, though not one fans may have expected.


Bird experts worry that 'Star Wars' shoot is interrupting breeding

Denizens of the Star Wars galaxy aren’t the best stewards of their environment. The empire once blew up an entire planet (sorry, Alderaan); there’s fan speculation about the fate of the Ewok ecosystem after the second Death Star explodes during Return of the Jedi. (Spoiler: It doesn’t look good.) And let’s not even consider the emissions impact of pod racing.

But as J.J. Abrams and crew prepare to shoot episode VII, it looks like the damage might come closer to home. The Guardian reports that Irish wildlife conservationists have raised concerns about plans to shoot the Star Wars sequel on the remote island of Skellig Michael, citing the possibility that filming will interrupt the breeding patterns of local puffins, peregrine falcons, and guillemots.


'Star Wars': Episode VIII to be made by 'Breaking Bad' director Rian Johnson

J.J. Abrams may be kicking off the new Star Wars trilogy, but the series will get a different director for Episode VIII: Rian Johnson, the director of Brick, Looper, and some of the most memorable episodes of Breaking Bad.


Harrison Ford suffers minor injury on 'Star Wars' set

Han Solo just got hurt. But he’s going to be okay.

This just in from the Star Wars: Episode VII set:

Harrison Ford has injured his ankle while shooting the movie and was taken to a nearby hospital for evaluation.

Sources close to the project say that doctors are currently evaluating whether it is a sprain or a break. It is not considered to be a seriously debilitating injury.


'Star Wars' spinoff to be filmed in the U.K.

A galaxy far far away may center on a kingdom pretty far from Hollywood.

Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne recently visited the set of J.J. Abrams’s Star Wars VII at London’s Pinewood studios, tweeting afterwards that the recently announced Star Wars spinoff will also be shot in the U.K. “On set of Episode VII tonight, can announce another #StarWars film will be made in UK.,” he wrote. “A #LongTermEconomicPlan in a galaxy far far away.”

Osborne later explained to the British press that the film will begin shooting in 2015, also at Pinewood studios.


'Chronicle' filmmaker Josh Trank directing 'Star Wars' spin-off

Man, this is one crowded galaxy …

While J.J. Abrams toils at Episode VII, launching a whole new trilogy of Star Wars films set three decades after the fall of the Empire and Darth Vader in Return of the Jedi, two other spin-off movies are also in the works.

High-level sources have previously told EW that one will be a story about young Han Solo, while the other will focus on the bounty hunter Boba Fett. Godzilla filmmaker Gareth Edwards is directing one, and now we know who will be handling the other — Chronicle director Josh Trank

We just don’t know who is doing which — or if the deal has been altered further, and we’ll be getting stories from totally new characters in the Star Wars universe. READ FULL STORY

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