The plot thickens! The Hollywood Reporter just released an article spilling some great information regarding the falling out between Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Lawrence Kasdan, Kathleen Kennedy, and even the Cast & Crew from the Untitled Han Solo film. Read on for some of the highlights from the article.
Not long after the rumor started about Ron Howard being considered to replace Phil Lord and Chris Miller, Variety confirms it as a reality.
USA Today posted an exclusive excerpt from Christie Golden’s prequel novel to Star Wars: Battlefront II, titled Inferno Squad. With about a month away from release, this excerpt gives us our first real glance at the protagonist of the story, Iden Versio, and her devotion to the Empire in the midst of battle.
Holy cannoli! As I’m sure everyone has heard, read, or seen by now, the Untitled Han Solo film lost both of its directors–Phil Lord and Chris Miller. In a shocking news release via StarWars.com, fans around the world are scratching their heads, some are even screaming, as to why and how this could happen. Although we…
Way back when, we wrote an article on IDW’s new comic “Star Wars: Adventures”. Well, Comicbookresources.com received a pretty hefty gift of information from the publishing company on some of the first storylines in Issues #1 and #2, as well as covers, variant covers, release dates, and the creative team behind the new series! Read…
In a report from Inquisitir (no not the ones from Rebels) Disney has tied up a deal with Netflix to feature Star Wars films shortly after their theatrical release, possibly starting with Rogue One.
Behold, a new featurette ‘slash’ trailer for the hotly anticipated video game Star Wars: Battlefront II.
Well, this was a surprise. TMZ leaked some on set photos of some interesting scenes being shot from the set of Han Solo, including a first look at Alden Ehrenreich as the smuggler himself.
August cannot come soon enough. This fall, we will have the distinct privilege of reading Marvel’s new miniseries Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic,” starring Mace Windu.
Woody Harrelson, playing Beckett in the film, let slip a little more info on the type of character he is going to play. I’ll be honest, it surprises me a little.