There are many, many things to be excited about when it comes to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but its new characters are right at the top of the list. Most specifically Rey, the film’s heroine, and Captain Phasma, the universe’s first live action female villain.
Recently, the Star Wars fanbase took time off from freaking out about The Force Awakens to freak out over a rumored ban on merchandise depicting Princess Leia’s “Slave” outfit from Return of the Jedi. Many words about the matter have been said since—a lot of them pretty good!—but leave it to Leia herself to put it…
The Star Wars prequels were all about answering questions. Questions like, how did Anakin Skywalker become Darth Vader? What were the Clone Wars? The problem is, that’s exactly the opposite of what made the original film so great. Welcome back to our Star Wars movie rewatch!
By now, hopefully you’ve read this article about some of the crazy Star Wars rumors floated over the past few years. It’s perfect timing too because some new facts about The Force Awakens were also revealed today, bringing balance to the Force.
Were you bummed that there was only one poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens? That just changed. Star Wars social media exploded Wednesday morning with a bunch of brand new character posters featuring Finn, Rey, Kylo Ren, Han Solo and Princess Leia.
The official one-sheet poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens just dropped, and it’s glorious. It’s also loaded with new details, including our first glimpse of the rumored planet-killer superweapon.
There wasn’t a new trailer from Star Wars: The Force Awakens at Comic-Con but, in a way, they gave us something better. A three-minute, behind-the-scenes video chock full of nostaliga, intrigue and quite a few easter eggs. Did you miss any? We’ve uncovered them all.
Watch as the original Princess Leia and the ORIGINAL Wicket, Warwick Davis, recreate their meet cute on the planet Endor. Warwick still remembers 1/4th of Ewok talk.
Remember how Carrie Fisher announced she was going to be in Star Wars: Episode VII? And then someone, presumably at Disney, made her deny her announcement? Well, I think Goegre Lucas just denied her denial, because he says Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher are all in for Episode VII, and it's pretty much a…
In this week's "Postal Apocalypse," we discover the Earth actually needs the sun to stick around, whether punching a kid in the face could pssibly be a compliment, and whether Carrie Fisher returning to Star Wars is a good thing or not (Hint: The answer's "not"). Don't forget to send your questions, thoughts, rants…
There have been plenty of rumors about the original Star Wars cast returning for the Disney movies. And now it seems we have a confirmation straight from the Alderaan princess' mouth.
The gang is getting back together for the next Star Wars movie. We already knew Harrison Ford was going to become an old Han Solo and now, Carrie Fisher is saying that she'll reprise her role as Princess Leia. Is this a good thing?
When Steven Spielberg was filming Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, he brought in Barbra Streisand, Carrie Fisher, and Empire Strikes Back director Irvin Kershner to whip a confused, tied-up Indiana Jones. Also, Streisand was in a dominatrix costume. Yup.
This never-before-released deleted scene from The Empire Strikes Back paints a pretty nasty picture of Han Solo. Watch as Han tells Leia "You're so busy being a Princess, you don't know how to be a woman. I could have helped you." Excuse us, what? Check it out over at Entertainment Weekly.
There's an endearingly goofy nostalgia about these vintage Star Wars pics. It's like seeing photos of old friends and laughing about their atrocious haircuts. Check out C-3PO smoking cigs, a boneless Chewie, and a Hoth family portrait after the jump.
We've all been there before: You're all ready to go in your flouncy white dress to the latest Star Wars cosplay party, but your Princess Leia outfit isn't complete without that distinctive headphones hairstyle. But you shaved your head the day before! What is a bald Leia-wannabe to do? Thankfully, craft site Etsy is…