Jeremy Bulloch as Boba Fett
That far off a Yoda movie is?
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the company plans to release Star Wars spin-off films based on individual characters in an interview on CNBC Tuesday.
Star Wars: Episode VII: 8 things to expect based on J.J. Abrams' TV past
The Empire Strikes Back scribe Lawrence Kasdan and X-Men: The Last Stand writer Simon Kinberg will be...
Star Wars ( J.J. Abrams inset)
Now that J.J. Abrams is officially onboard to direct the seventh Star Wars film, the question on everyone's mind is: But what does that mean?!
To help out, TVGuide.com put on our best deerstalkers and dived deep into Abram's television past, from Felicity all the way through Revolution. And based on our investigation, here are eight things we could expect to see in Star Wars: Episode VII:
It's official! J.J. Abrams has been tapped to direct the upcoming seventh Star Wars film, Disney confirmed Saturday.
"It's very exciting to have J.J. aboard leading the charge as we set off to make a new Star Wars movie," said LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy.
You can cross Steven Spielberg off the list of directors who would helm a new Star Wars film.
Following Disney's acquisition of LucasFilm — the company behind filmmaker George Lucas' beloved sci-fi franchise — a new Star Wars film is slated to hit theaters in 2015. But Spielberg...
Mickey Mouse and Luke Skywalker are joining forces.
The Walt Disney Company announced Tuesday that it has purchased LucasFilm — the company behind filmmaker George Lucas' beloved sci-fi franchise Star Wars — for $4.05 billion. As part of the acquisition, Disney announced that a new Star Wars film, the seventh episode in the series, is set to hit theaters in...
It's the end of the world as we know it: The Day After
Question: I was only a kid when The Day After was filmed in my town, but I remember it being a big deal with my brother and my dad. Was it a big hit?
Answer: Well, "hit" sort of implies that everyone had a ball taking in the depiction of nuclear annihilation as seen through the lens of your hometown, Maria, but I can tell you that a heck of a lot of people watched.
In fact, when ABC broadcast the groundbreaking (no pun intended), graphic movie in November 1983, it was the highest-rated made-for-TV movie shown to date, racking up a whopping 46 share, which means 46 percent of all TV sets in use at the time. (For all you detail lovers, it topped 1977's Little Ladies of the Night, which had a 36.9 share, and was the second-highest-rated movie of any kind to that point, beaten only by a 47.6 earned by Gone with the Wind in 1976. Trust me: Such number