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The Important News Star Wars Updates: Benicio Del Toro pretty much confirmed he's the villain in Star Wars: Episode VIII. Three actresses were shortlisted for Star Wars: Episode VIII. Great new Star Wars: The Force Awakens toys were unveiled for Force Friday. Casting Net: Vincent Cassel will play a villain in Bourne 5. Steve Carell is replacing Bruce Willis in Woody Allen's next film. Nicholas Hoult will play J.D. Salinger in a biopic. Cate Blanchett will play Lucille Ball in a biopic. Franchise Fever: Daniel Craig might be done with James Bond after Spectre. Michael Shannon clarified his Batman v Superman "flipper hands" comment. Straight Outta Compton could get...
- Christopher Campbell
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for Star Wars culture: Toy Test of the Day: A lot of people are trusting that their new $150 Bb-8 toys are tough to break and letting them become playthings for their pets. Here's a cute video from Vanity Fair of puppies with the hot new item: Pet Toy of the Day: If you don't want to gamble with your expensive Bb-8, there's always this less mobile cat toy, one of a number of new Star Wars: The Force Awakens products available from Petco (via Nerd Approved). Character Voices of the Day: Thanks to the magic of talking toys, we got our first chance at hearing what the Star Wars: The Force Awakens characters Kylo Ren (x2), Finn and Captain Phasma sound like (via...
- Christopher Campbell
You may remember one of the very first Star Wars: The Force Awakens plot rumors that circulated made mention of a new ultimate weapon, even more powerful than the Death Star? Well, it looks like that one was on the level - and then some! Below we have some new details on several of the more minor characters that'll be introduced in the movie, and while most of that info is interesting enough, the one to pay closest attention to is "Starkiller Base." Guavian Death Gang Enforcers The security soldiers of the Guavian Death Gang wear high impact armor that makes them stand out among other deadly criminals. B-U4D Buford Tough and hard-working, B-U4D (Buford) is part of the ground crew that keeps the Resistance starfighters fueled and combat-ready. Goss Toowers Goss Toowers is part of the tireless technical crew that provides mechanical support to the Resistance’s fleet of starfighters. »
IMAX Corporation has confirmed the launch of its exciting new laser projection system at the Empire Leicester Square.
"We are raising the benchmark once again with the launch of IMAX with laser at Empire Leicester Square - providing film fans in the West End a cinema-going experience unlike anything they've ever seen or heard before," commented Andrew Cripps, president of IMAX Emea.
IMAX's dual 4K laser projection system will allow filmmakers to present more vivid and exotic colours on-screen than ever before, while IMAX's next-generation sound technology delivers greater power and precision for ultimate audio immersion.
The soundtrack for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens has been handed a release date - just don't expect it before the movie comes out.
Walt Disney Records has announced that the score - produced by five-time Academy Award-winning composer John Williams - will be released wherever music is sold on the same day the film hits cinemas: December 18.
It isn't known if any tracks will be released leading up to the movie, but the music will contain all-new songs and some familiar themes.
As one of film's most esteemed music composers, his last Oscar win came for his work in 1993's Schindler's List.
Everything we know about Star Wars: The Force Awakens, including trailers, »
How many movie franchises can generate enough interest to dedicate an 18 hour live stream to unboxing toys? For that matter, how many of them have the power to have an entire day dedicated to the release of said toys? The answer is of course one, and that is Star Wars. Force Friday has so
The post 5 of the Best and Worst Force Friday Star Wars: The Force Awakens Toys appeared first on HeyUGuys. »
- Josh Wilding
From Star Wars to RoboCop, this mash-up of every club scene in a movie ever is amazing.
Cinema's greatest badasses – including Darth Vader, Scarface and Blade – are united under one roof at the appropriately-titled Hell's Club, all thanks to a brilliant short film which uses computer-generated footage.
Only in Hell's Club can you find jedis Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker searching for Boogie Nights' Rollergirl – although it looks like Anakin has caught the eye of Saturday Night Fever's Tony Manero.
It's also risky business when two versions of Tom Cruise come face-to-face on the dancefloor and a pair of Al Pacinos square off.
Watch closely and you'll also spot international man of mystery Austin Powers, the club-hopping Roxbury Guys, The Terminator and even that smooth criminal Michael Jackson – just to name a few.
If you're itching to get into Hell's Club, you better book ahead. It looks crowded!
This amazing »
Star Wars fans can fly their very own Millennium Falcon with the new Millennium Falcon drone, released for #ForceFriday. Millennium Falcon Drone Released For #ForceFriday The small, remote control Millennium Falcon replica — it is roughly the size of two adult hands — plays sound effects from the original Star Wars films, including voice clips […]
The post Millennium Falcon Drone Unveiled On #ForceFriday, Plus Hear The Voices Of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Villains Captain Phasma And Kylo Ren appeared first on uInterview. »
- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Today is Force Friday, the day that all the new toys from the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens hit the market; if your social media timeline is anything like mine, it’s been eye-opening. Suddenly, your buttoned-up friend from work is Instagramming his brand-new C3P0, your 50-year-old neighbor is bragging that he threw down hundreds of dollars on action figures, and that magenta-haired geek you follow on Twitter is showing off the Star Wars display wall that dominates her bedroom. It’s been an overwhelming outpouring of Star Wars fandom, and at times, it’s led me to furrow my brow, barely able to keep from commenting under these excited pictures, “Aren’t you a little too old for this?” And then my Bb-8 toy arrived this morning, and I freaked the fuck out.For those of you who haven’t yet made his spherical acquaintance, Bb- »
- Kyle Buchanan
Up to this point in the saga, every Star Wars movie has come complete with its very own John Williams score. While next year.s Rogue One will be the first to arrive sans Williams signature style, the venerable composer is back in action with J.J. Abram.s The Force Awakens. Just don.t expect to hear it before you see the movie, as Lucasfilm is keeping the new music under wraps. While you can now pre-order Williams new score, and given his track record, we bet that many fans will be adding this album to their collection. However, according to StarWars.com, it won.t hit store shelves, digital or physical, until Star Wars: The Force Awakens is already in theaters on December 18. This may not seem like a big deal.after all, lots of movie scores don.t hit the open market until well after a »
It's been an interesting summer blockbuster season, and while we all now begin turning our attention towards Fall and Winter releases like Spectre and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which releases crashed and burned over the past few months? Thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we have the summer's five biggest flops, and Fantastic Four currently places as the second biggest failure behind only Tomorrowland. It's a little disappointing to see The Man From U.N.C.L.E. on here as it's by far the best of the bunch, but you have to believe that Fox are seriously reconsidering moving ahead with Fantastic Four 2 after losing a whopping $100 million on the first instalment. Even bringing someone like Bryan Singer in to direct wouldn't make a follow-up any less of a risk... Tomorrowland Budget: $190 million Global gross: $208.4 million Expected loss: $120 million-$150 million Fantastic Four Budget: $125 million Global gross: $146.7 million Expected loss: $80 million-$100 million Pixels »
It’s officially Force Friday, and in addition to all the new toys and various goodies you can get related to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, today also brings the first official books that are part of The Journey to The Force Awakens, filling in the gap of time between Return of the Jedi and the […]
- Ethan Anderton
Just in case you haven’t had enough Star Wars excitement for one week, we’ve now got a look at eight new promotional images for December’s massively-anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which come courtesy of Topps’ Star Wars Card Trader app. Click on any of the images for larger versions…
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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is set for release on December 18th and sees J.J. Abrams directing returning stars Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), Harrison Ford (Han Solo), Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia), Anthony Daniels (C-3Po), Kenny Baker (R2-D2) and Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca), in addition to Adam Driver (Girls), Oscar Isaac (A Most Violent Year), Andy Serkis (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Domhnall Gleeson (Ex Machina), John Boyega (Attack the Block), Daisy Ridley (Silent Witness), Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a »
- Gary Collinson
Lucasfilm just released a ton of new toys to celebrate the impending Star Wars: The Force Awakens. One of the coolest is a replica of the new droid Bb-8 that you can control with your smart phone. But that is far from all they have in store for this particular toy, as they plan to send users updates in an unusual, but science fiction appropriate way. It may even eventually reveal more information about the movie. As Star Wars enthusiasts flocked to stores at midnight last night to get their mitts on new merchandise, Paul Berberian, the CEO of Sphero, the company behind the new toy, was at the Disney Store in Times Square to witness the festivities for himself. Talking to Yahoo, he indicated that as much fun as the toy is already, there is more on the way. He said: We plan on having a bunch of »
It's Star Wars mania! Today is "Force Friday" and Lucasfilm has announced/launched toys and goodies and tons of new items for the fans to go crazy over. Found amidst all the buzz and reveals are three new promo banners for Star Wars: The Force Awakens – full-size "quads" (like from the UK), rather than actual posters. Which makes me believe these may just be promo banners or purchasable posters more than official art (plus, there has to be more coming from Drew Struzan). That said, it's very cool to see more imagery. The First Order stormtroopers, a sleek shot of Kylo Ren, and a nice combination of everything in the movie. Here's the new promo banner for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens. How excited are you? You can still catch the second, full teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens here. More soon. »
- Alex Billington
It has been a long time since that last Star Wars Bits, but Force Friday week has resulted in a lot of front page stand alone Star Wars stories that I’m not sure that you mind. Here is what you can find in today’s edition of Star Wars Bits: Jj Abrams talks about subduing his inner fanboy […]
The post Star Wars Bits: Force Awakens, Shattered Empire, Rebels Season 2, Bb-8 and Much More appeared first on /Film. »
- Peter Sciretta
2 new songs from Empire season 2 have already been released - Vulture Sesame Street pokes fun at Republican candidate - HuffPost Entertainment Why is Anne Hathaway losing out on roles? - MTV News 7 crazy ways actors have gotten into character - Cracked Will Dancing With the Stars be Paula Deen's big comeback? - BuddyTV Watch a Pll star sing for The Unauthorized O.C. Musical - Pretty Little Liars Get the first star-studded look at next season's Billy on the Street - Splitsider Here's a look at all the new Star Wars toys from #ForceFriday - Popsugar Tech »
Update, 11:52 Am: Now that Force Friday is here, the wraps are off the vast array of products Disney has licensed to feed off of, and contribute to, the hype for Star Wars: The Force Awakens in December. Here are some of the new lines, in addition to toys, lunchboxes and backpacks: In apparel, J. Crew has clothing for men, women and kids depicting Han Solo saying, “Chewie, we’re home.” Kohl’s offers tees, leggings, sweatshirts, hoodies, dresses and men’s boxers with movie… »
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Force Friday has taken over the Internet, have you felt it? With the celebration now in full Force, a slew of character posters have landed that depict the main players of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Arriving on the heels of the epic poster from earlier today, this artwork is of a similar style, depicting the galactic action in all of its momentous glory.
Arriving by way of Topps’ Star Wars Card Trader app, the fresh batch of images are merely promotional posters as opposed to the real deal, but there quite pleasing on the eye nonetheless. It’s Force Friday, after all, so why not revel in the celebration?
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In fact, today’s new arrivals are the latest in a long line of promo artwork for The Force Awakens, with previous info dumps spotlighting the villainous side of the »
- Michael Briers
One of the best things about a new Star Wars movie coming this winter is that we’re also getting an entirely new feature length score from legendary composer John Williams. However, for fans who were hoping to hear the music he wrote far in advance of the movie’s release, we have some potentially bad news. […]
- Ethan Anderton
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