Star Wars: Episode VII’s first cast member appears to be Adam Driver, who’s in final negotiations to play the villain.
Because franchises are now his thing, Gary Oldman might be in Star Wars: Episode VII.
A long time from now in our own galaxy…
Disney will still be producing Star Wars content.
The usually tight-lipped J.J. Abrams has opened up on the progress of Star Wars: Episode VII.
The latest Star Wars: Episode VII rumors say that the first film in the new trilogy will focus on our heroes from the original trilogy.
Not much is known about who will be cast in Star Wars: Episode VII, but a new report suggests one actor to join the film may be Breaking Bad‘s Jesse Plemons.
Someone who seemingly could have connections on the inside has claimed that there will be a Boba Fett Star Wars spinoff movie and that it will be written by Lawrence Kasdan.
With Disney’s purchase of both Marvel and Lucasfilm in the last few years, it only makes sense for the two companies to come together for comics as well.
Walt Disney Studios chairman spoke about a few things this morning including the status of the Star Wars franchise.
In this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, edited by Golden Globes hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the duo reveal they’ve been cast in Star Wars: Episode VII.
Official Star Wars: Episode VII news has been sparse, but the first character has now been revealed.
The latest rumors suggest that Star Wars: Episode VII won’t include Luke Skywalker after all, and this reinforces just how little we actually know about the film.
We reported last week that people near select cities would have the opportunity to audition for Star Wars: Episode VII, but now the casting call has gone online, opening it up for everyone.
Disney has just announced that Star Wars: Episode VII will be released December 18, 2015.