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Battlefront II Pre-Order Incentive Offers A Peek At Rey And Kylo Ren As They’ll Appear In Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Similarly to how the Battlefront of 2015 featured downloadable content based on Gareth EdwardsRogue One, in a neat usage of synergy, Dice’s upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II will include characters from The Last Jedi as part of the sequel’s ambitious plans to encompass all three eras of Disney’s galaxy far, far away.

One pre-order incentive for the licensed shooter allows early adopters to unlock exclusive themed looks and abilities upgrades for select Heroes, and thanks to a leaked image unearthed by Reddit, today heralds a peek at Rey and an unmasked Kylo Ren as they’ll appear in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

On the light side of the Force, Daisy Ridley’s protagonist is seen wielding a blue Lightsaber. Prepped and ready for combat, her attire is slightly different to the outfit we seen in The Force Awakens, and online commenters are already beginning to draw »

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Vigilante Zip-Up Hoodies

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If you ever wanted to jump into action as a superhero or fantasy character, but just couldn't find a phone booth quick enough to change into a costume, "Mad Engine" has designed fleece-lined, zip-up hoodies that are all the rage as The instant, vigilante threads of the day:

",,,founded in 1987, Mad Engine has grown to become a leading global licensed apparel wholesaler. Top brands include 'Marvel', 'Star Wars', 'Disney' and 'Nickelodeon'. Mad Engine’s footprint spans multiple continents, with unique locations dedicated to customer service, manufacturing, quality assurance and distribution. Combined with top artists and designers, Mad Engine is known for setting industry trends, placing us light years ahead of the competition...".

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- Michael Stevens

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Star Wars Fangirl Has a Pink Bedroom All Dads Would Approve Of

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In my decade of writing on the internet I’ve seen more than my fair share movie and television themed bedrooms.   Plenty of these bedrooms have come equipped with a Star Wars theme, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen a “girls” themed bedroom integrate Star Wars so incredibly well.  I quoted “girls” because for all I know boys like to have a pink room as well.  I’m not here to judge.  In fact I’d take a bedroom like this.   The colors pop like crazy and the homemade Death Star wall decoration and Tie desk really stand out. The girl, Emmie,

Star Wars Fangirl Has a Pink Bedroom All Dads Would Approve Of »

- Nat Berman

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Newswire: Rian Johnson has nothing to do with Star Wars: Episode IX

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams supposedly had some input on where the series would go in subsequent movies, but it sounds like The Last Jedi writer and director Rian Johnson isn’t getting that same opportunity. As reported by Comicbook.com, a fan recently asked Johnson on Twitter if he wrote a “story treatment” for Episode IX, and he responded by saying that he actually hasn’t been involved in writing for the sequel at all:

@mattpeto That’s old info, I haven’t been involved in writing IX.

Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) April 24, 2017

This far away from the release of The Last Jedi, it’s hard to tell if this is a good or bad thing, but it’s probably not an indication that Disney lacks confidence in Johnson’s Star Wars movie. If anything, it probably just means that the studio now has ...

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- Sam Barsanti

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Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair Gets Captain America Director

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After announcing last year that the Chronicles of Narnia franchise will be "restarted" with the new movie The Silver Chair, the producers have finally found their director. Joe Johnston has signed on to direct this fantasy adventure, marking his first movie since the 2014 thriller Not Safe For Work. No cast members have been set at this time, but this story will feature characters from the original C.S. Lewis novels, who haven't been featured in any of the previous movies.

Variety broke the news today, which comes eight months after producer Mark Gordon joined forces with Sony's TriStar Pictures, eOne and The C.S. Lewis Company for this restart. David Magee came aboard to write the screenplay in 2013, although the studios haven't set a release date or a production start date at this time quite yet. Here's what producer Mark Gordon had to say about bringing Joe Johnston in to direct The Silver Chair. »

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Watch Carrie Fisher in Her Final Role on Season 3 of Amazon Sitcom ‘Catastrophe’

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Shortly after Carrie Fisher wrapped Season 3 of the sitcom “Catastrophe” in late December of last year, she boarded a flight from London to Los Angeles.

After suffering a major heart attack on the flight, she died a few days later at the age of 60, making her performance in the latest season of the U.K.-based series her final role.

In an interview with People, “Catastrophe” co-creator and Fisher’s co-star, Sharon Horgan, reminisced about a scene she shared with Fisher on the show.

“She and I are together in the sitting room, and she starts talking about a TV show that she’s watching called ‘My Children Are Schizophrenic,’ and that whole little ramble about the show was off the top of her head,” Horgan explains of the scene. “And every time she did it, we’d call cut and the whole place would crack up laughing.”

In the first two seasons of the show, Fisher »

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D23 2017 Features Marvel, Star Wars and Disney Animation Panels

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D23: The Official Disney Fan Club has announced the lineup of the most highly anticipated presentations at D23 Expo 2017, July 14-16. The Disney Legends Awards Ceremony, hosted by Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, will kick off the Expo on Friday morning, July 14. Later that same day, The Walt Disney Studios will give fans a sneak peek at all the latest from Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar. On Saturday morning, The Walt Disney Studios will preview the coming slate of live-action films from Disney, Marvel, and Lucasfilm.

Then, on Saturday afternoon, fans will get a preview of what's in store at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts during a presentation hosted by Parks and Resorts Chairman Bob Chapek. Sunday afternoon, Disney Legend Alan Menken will take fans on a musical journey during an all-new concert. These Expo favorites will take place in "Hall D23," the 6,800-seat venue located in »

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New York Philharmonic To Celebrate Star Wars Day, May The 4th, With Events At David Geffen Hall And Early Ticket Access To Star Wars Film Concert Series

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9:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 4

David Geffen Hall

Celebration To Include a Raffle for Free Star Wars Concert Tickets,

Giveaway of Star Wars Merchandise to Attendees in Costume,

Performances by Members of the Philharmonic’s Brass Section,

Meet-and-Greet with Star Wars Characters 

Cinema Retro has received the following press release:

The New York Philharmonic is celebrating Star Wars Day by giving Star Wars fans who come to the David Geffen Hall Box Office early access to tickets for the Star Wars Film Concert Series on May 4, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., before tickets go on sale widely to the public online at noon. Fans who arrive by 9:30 a.m. will be entered in a raffle to win a pair of free tickets to the Star Wars concert of their choice. Three winners will be announced at 10:00 a.m. The first 20 Star Wars fans to arrive in costume will »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Rian Johnson says he did not do the story treatment for Episode IX

3 hours ago | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Rian Johnson will bring us his entry in the Star Wars universe this December from a script that’s been lauded by the likes of J.J. Abrams and others who’ve read it. That’s high praise, and Johnson’s work was supposedly continuing into the story treatment of Episode IX. Turns out that is no longer the case, as Johnson has confirmed he has done no work for the... Read More »

- Matt Rooney

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The Circle review – Emma Watson and Tom Hanks face off in empty techno-thriller

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The Harry Potter alumna missteps after the $1bn success of Beauty and the Beast with a Dave Eggers adaptation that swaps initial intrigue with vapidity

There’s something quite perfectly pitched about the release of The Circle. First, in a landscape overflowing with headlines proclaiming that “this is the Blank we need right now”, an adaptation of Dave Eggers’ cautionary tale about the dangers of a life consumed by an over-reliance on one’s digital footprint remains ever prescient. Second, it’s anchored by Emma Watson, coming off the back of the phenomenal success of Beauty and the Beast, and she’s joined by John Boyega, his first role since his charming breakout turn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Finally, it’s arriving on the edge of the summer season, aiming to engage our brains before they get pummeled into submission by a parade of shiny effects-driven epics »

- Benjamin Lee

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Watch Carrie Fisher Hilariously Ad-Lib in Catastrophe Sneak Peek — the Final Role She Filmed Before Her Death

4 hours ago | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Carrie Fisher had just wrapped season 3 of Catastrophe before boarding a fateful flight from London to Los Angeles on Dec. 23, and suffering a mid-air heart attack that led to her death.

Costar and co-creator Sharon Horgan was with the legendary star in the final days of her life, and tells People Fisher consistently had the cast and crew in stitches — including while filming this clip, which debuts exclusively here.

Horgan explains of the scene: “She and I are together in the sitting room, and she starts talking about a TV show that she’s watching called My Children Are Schizophrenic, »

- Mike Miller and Kathy Ehrich Dowd

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Rian Johnson Did Not Write the ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’ Script Treatment

4 hours ago | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

With a different director from sequel to sequel, it would have been great synergy for Lucasfilm to get the director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi to write the script treatment to its follow-up, Star Wars Episode 9. In fact, that’s what was reported back in June 2014, when it was announced that Rian Johnson […]

The post Rian Johnson Did Not Write the ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’ Script Treatment appeared first on /Film. »

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‘Rogue One’ Creator John Knoll Says He’s Working On An Idea For Another ‘Star Wars Story’

5 hours ago | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

A billion dollars and some great reviews later, and Disney/Lucasfilm must be pretty delighted that John Knoll decided to pitch them the idea for a “Star Wars” spin-off that turned into last year’s blockbuster “Rogue One.” I mean, sure, you could have stuck the “A Star Wars Story” subtitle onto “Queen Of Katwe” and it probably would have made hundreds of millions of dollars, but “Rogue One” was a rare prequel and spin-off that felt truly satisfying, and was about as successful a launch to non-Skywalker stories within the universe as you could ask for.

Continue reading ‘Rogue One’ Creator John Knoll Says He’s Working On An Idea For Another ‘Star Wars Story’ at The Playlist. »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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The Last Jedi’s Rian Johnson Not Involved In The Script For Star Wars: Episode IX

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Soon after the dust settled from The Force Awakens, and the Internet slowly began to pull itself together once more, J.J. Abrams was quoted as saying that the screenplay for The Last Jedi – then known as simply Star Wars: Episode VIII – was so good, so compelling, that he wish he had the chance to direct December’s upcoming sequel himself.

Of course, that onus has since been placed on Rian Johnson, director of Looper, Brick and various episodes of Breaking Bad. And though early rumors claimed Johnson had a hand in writing the script for Star Wars: Episode IX, the filmmaker took to Twitter earlier this week to set the record straight. First spotted by Cbm, one curious fan asked Rian Johnson if he penned an early treatment for Derek Connolly and Colin Trevorrow – the creative driving force behind Episode IX – to which he replied:

@mattpeto That's old info, »

- Michael Briers

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Amazon’s take on ‘The Tick’ gets a debut date

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Amazon Prime Video have announced that Friday 25th August 2017 will be the premiere date for their highly-anticipated superhero comedy series The Tick starring comedy legend Peter Serafinowicz as the titular hero…

Created by executive producer and original illustrator of The Tick, Ben Edlund, the show stars Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace), Griffin Newman (Search Party) and Valorie Curry (Blair Witch, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2).

In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an accountant with zero powers comes to realize his city is owned by a super villain. As he struggles to uncover this conspiracy, he falls in league with a strange blue superhero.

The Tick will premiere in the UK and Us on Amazon Prime Video on Friday 25th August and will be available globally on Prime Video. Check out the teaser trailer, and images from the show, »

- Phil Wheat

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Guardians of the Galaxy and Its Exploitation Influences

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Ben Robins on Guardians of the Galaxy and its exploitation influences…

Exploitation is a bit of a nasty word no matter the context, and in the movie world, it usually means something cheap and in many cases, derivative. It’s never properly been defined, and doing so here without page after page of background would prove tough, but the term, in a nutshell, is usually used to describe low-brow ‘B-movies’ that rip-off or ‘exploit’ mainstream heavy-hitters. After Steven Spielberg’s Jaws there was Michael Anderson’s Orca, and Joe Dante’s Piranha. After The Italian Job there was everything from Death Race 2000 to Vanishing Point (that was in itself, lovingly rejigged for Tarantino’s 2007 exploitation send-up Death Proof). They make just enough from the cult crowd but very rarely breach the dominant markets. Unless, of course, the film’s name is something stupid enough to go viral, like Sharknado. »

- Ben Robins

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Jeff Goldblum returns to Jurassic Park, Unbreakable/Split sequel announced, Mad Max sequels and more – Daily News Roundup

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More Max

With the great critical success of Mad Max: Fury Road, it came as no surprise that there was a lot of talk of more adventures from George Miller’s universe. However, since then, we’ve not heard much else. In a recent interview Miller has revealed that there are plans in place for a trilogy saying, “We dug down deep into the subtext, the backstory of all the characters, and indeed the world…and without really thinking about it, we wrote two other screenplays just as part of the bible of the stories. Somewhere, if the planets align, there will be two other films.” Read more here.

Unbreakable Split

Director M. Night Shyamalan has unveiled his sequel to Unbreakable, which will also serve a follow up to his latest flick Split which was released earlier this year. Not only will James McAvoy will be reprising his role, but »

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The Masters Of The Universe movie is coming to cinemas in 2019!

13 hours ago | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Sony Pictures have announced that they will release a new Masters Of The Universe movie in the winter of 2019. The film will be directed by McG (Charlie’s Angels) and will arrive in cinemas on December 18, 2019, moving into the slot assumed to be taken by Lucasfilm’s Star Wars Episode 9, which will actually be released the previous May.

Masters Of The Universe follows Prince Adam, who has the ability to transform into a warrior called He-Man. As He-Man, Adam becomes the last hope for a magical land called Eternia, ravaged by technology and the evil Skeletor.

The property was previously turned into a movie by Cannon Films back in 1987 with Dolph Lundgren playing He-Man and Frank Langella as Skeletor.

More news on the film is it comes our way.

The post The Masters Of The Universe movie is coming to cinemas in 2019! appeared first on The Hollywood News. »

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Today in Movie Culture: New 'Alien: Covenant' Prologue, FaceApp Gets a Movie-Themed Parody and More

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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Prologue of the Day: Ahead of the release of Alien: Covenant, here's a new prologue showing what happened to Elizabeth and David after the end of Prometheus (via /Film):   Alternate Ending of the Day: How might Star Wars: The Force Awakens have ended more happily? The Unusual Suspect presents a clever mashup with Raiders of the Lost Ark footage:   Cosplay of the Day: Speaking of Star Wars, awesome Star Wars Celebration cosplay is still coming in, like this trio as high school versions of Han, Leia and Luke doing the Breakfast Club dance (via Fashionably Geek):   Prank of the Day: Also from Star...

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John Knoll "Tinkering" With a New 'Star Wars' Story Idea

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Industrial Light & Magic’s John Knoll, who served as visual effects supervisor on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, also conceived the film's original story — and now he's at it again, telling The Hollywood Reporter that he’s “tinkering” with another Star Wars-related idea.

“I have another idea I’ve been tinkering with,” he said after participating on a Rogue One Super Session during the National Association of Broadcasters Show. “It’s maybe 75 percent there. I haven’t pitched it to [Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy]. It’s another Star Wars thing.”

Upcoming Star Wars films already in the works include Star Wars: The Last Jedi, opening in December; a »

- Carolyn Giardina

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