Sunday at Star Wars Celebration Europe, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller finally introduced the actor they chose to play Han Solo: Alden Ehrenreich. But perhaps more importantly, the 21 Jump Street and Lego Movie directors talked about their love of the character, proving that the galaxy’s favorite scoundrel is in…
This weekend, a galaxy far, far away comes to London, England, for Star Wars Celebration Europe. It’s a three-day, official Star Wars convention and we expect lots of awesome things to happen there—but most of all, we expect to learn a great deal about Episode VIII, Rogue One, the Han Solo movie, and more.
More than almost anything in the world, we want the 2018 Han Solo movie to be great. On paper, it’s a terrifying idea to solidify a backstory for such an iconic character, but at least one person assures us the script is amazing (although he probably has to say so).
Hey, remember when it was announced that Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie) would be making an animated Spider-Man movie? It might be even better than we thought.
A pair of time travelers try to kickstart the American Revolution. An animated warrior goes to Orange County to win back his wife, father his kid, and be a horrible assistant. These are Making History and Son of Zorn , the two new TV comedies from Phil Lord and Chris Miller, coming to Fox later this year.
The rumors are true. Alden Ehrenreich, who made a name for himself earlier this year in the Coen Brothers’ Hail Caesar, has been cast as the young Han Solo in the 2018 Star Wars story directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
Fans know very little about the 2018 Han Solo movie, except that it’ll be directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. But the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, just dropped a key piece of information about a supporting character in the film. A very obvious, very tall, and very hairy supporting character.
The Young Han Solo Star Wars spinoff movie won’t hit theaters for two and a half years, but apparently Lucasfilm is getting very close to hiring a star. The reason? He may have some work to do very soon.
When news officially broke that Lucasfilm and Disney were making a film about a young Han Solo, the immediate question was “Who could possibly play him?” A new report begins to craft an answer, and that answer is, “Almost anybody.”
Phil Lord and Chris Miller have had an awful lot on their plates following the runaway success of The Lego Movie. There’s Last Man on Earth, the Star Wars Han Solo spinoff, an animated Spider-Man movie, and the time-travel drama In Time—but now they’re adding a animation/live-action hybrid to it all too.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller certainly chose the right day to let news leak about their latest project. The team behind the Jump Street films and The Lego Movie, as well as The Last Man on Earth, are set to produce a new time travel TV show.
Even the biggest Star Wars fan was stunned when Disney announced an upcoming Han Solo-centric, standalone film. Would they ruin one of the best characters ever? Well, the president of Lucasfilm doesn’t want that and has offered some encouraging new details on the solo Solo film.
The official Star Wars website has just confirmed that Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the directors of The Lego Movie, will direct a Han Solo-centric Star Wars Anthology movie slated for release on May 25, 2018.
Sony just announced that Phil Miller and Chris Lord (The LEGO Movie) are making a fully animated Spider-Man movie which will hit theaters on July 20, 2018. UPDATED
The Last Man on Earth launched this week, sparking a national discussion on the psychological link between isolationism and self-destruction, along with toilet pools and incest. We took our questions straight to series producers and directors (the Lego Movie guys), Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Spoilers ahead...
We're thrilled that LEGO Movie writers and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller will be back to script the sequel, and it sounds like they've already got a basic plot for the second movie in mind. So how are they going to handle that big revelation at the end of the first movie? Spoilers ahead.
The Lego Batman spinoff from The Lego Movie is going to be amazing, because not only will it star Will Arnett's amazing Bat-voice, but also because the film will recognize every film iteration of Batman from the past.
There are so many reasons this is exciting: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, who wrote and directed the first LEGO movie and are writing the second, say there will be a lot more female characters in the sequel.
Believe it or not, the classic superhero dramedy The Greatest American Hero may be coming back to television, and we're thrilled to see who is on board. The Lego Movie directors and Clone High creators Phil Lord and Chris Miller are shepherding the reboot.
Clone High creators Chris Miller and Phil Lord made your favorite cartoon about cloned historical figures in high school. Now they want make it into a movie. Please sweet baby clone jesus, make it so. We want to know what happens next to Abe, Joan, and Ghandi!