J.J. Abrams revealed that he wants Star Wars: Episode VII to (shocker) be as real as possible.
According to the latest Star Wars: Episode VII rumors, we can add Saoirse Ronan to the list of actors who may be in the film. There’s also an “update” on both filming locations and Benedict Cumberbatch’s involvement.
It has been widely assumed, but a Disney official has seemingly confirmed that the Star Wars solo films will be origin stories set around particular characters.
News surrounding Star Wars: Episode VII has been barely anything but rumors this calendar year, but there’s now a rumor in an untouched category: the subtitle.
Last week rumors surfaced that Alex Pettyfer and Rachel Hurd-Wood had auditioned for Star Wars: Episode VII. We didn’t find the castings likely, but new evidence has surfaced that suggests there may actually be something to the rumors.
Benedict Cumberbatch has joined the film adaptation of David Grann’s The Lost City of Z, showcasing yet again how much the actor is in demand.
Disney may announce that Benedict Cumberbatch has been cast in Star Wars: Episode VII, if a new report is to be believed.
Today in “actors who probably won’t be in Star Wars: Episode VII but we have to report the rumors anyway”: Alex Pettyfer and Rachel Hurt-Wood.
There aren’t many people who’ve not watched Star Wars, but for those of us who haven’t it’s been a wildly confusing and sheltered life.
Star Wars: Episode VII‘s release date may finally be known, and it’s not what most fans were expecting.
It was revealed today that Star Wars Episode VII will be shot on real film and not on digital cameras.
Most fans think that nerd-god and The Avengers director Joss Whedon can do no wrong, but could his words about Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back taint his image?
Star Wars Episode VII is scheduled to be released in 2015, and it’s been expected to be released in May. Could Disney decide to push it to December?