The word “amazing” gets thrown around on the internet all too regularly these days, but Patton Oswalt’s Star Wars pitch on Parks & Rec was truly worthy of the adjective.
Now, someone has animated the entire piece, which adds to the hilarity.
Will J.J. Abrams direct Star Trek 3? The question has been up in the air since Disney announced he’s helming Star Wars: Episode VII, and as of this week he’s still not ready to commit.
Luke Skywalker actor Mark Hamill recently discussed his confirmed involvement with Star Wars Episode VII, and said he was “cautious” about joining the film.
The Star Wars series will see new iterations of video games under the direction of gaming giant EA. Pleases us, this does.
John Williams will likely score Star Wars: Episode VII and beyond, J.J. Abrams publicly mused today.
More from Disney’s CinemaCon panel today in Las Vegas, Nevada: The mouse house intends to release a standalone Star Wars film in between Episodes VII, VIII, and IX.
Disney has closed LucasArts, the division of the Star Wars-centric company that produces video games. This potentially halts production on multiple projects, leaving their fates up in the air.
Recently, J.J. Abrams discussed the differences between tackling the nerd fandoms of both Star Trek and Star Wars.
Disney acquired Lucasfilm and Star Wars late last year, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that their parks arm wants to know how interested guests would be in a Star Wars theme park.
Amongst rumors that original Star Wars characters like Han Solo are coming back with their original actors, Joss Whedon was asked about the idea and if he’d do the same had he directed Star Wars: Episode VII.
There’s been a lot of hoopla regarding whether or not the original Star Wars trio will return for Episode 7. In an interview, Lucas alluded to the fact that they all will return.
The moment the Star Wars Episode 7 news hit the internet, casting rumors had already begun to circulate. None of these rumors were as persistent as that of the return of the main cast, including Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher.
A Hypable reader recently wrote a great piece analyzing whether John Williams or J.J. Abrams’ partner Michael Giacchino will score Star Wars: Episode VII.
Now, the legendary composer is chiming in on the speculation himself.