Okay, so we’ve been reading a lot of speculation, rumor, and hearsay everywhere about the next Star Wars movie. Now finally JJ Abrams has disclosed some official information about what’s going on in the Star Wars universe.
There’s been a lot of Star Wars speculation all over the net, and while nothing has been confirmed, the recent reports claim that every young actor with a pulse has been supposedly up for a role, and that the original trio of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Lei, are all going to have larger roles in the next film.
So we know the next Star Wars movie is supposed to be top, top secret, that’s a given. But some people involved in the next film just can’t seem to help themselves, and quite a few people like Carrie Fisher also have diplomatic immunity.
So perhaps Return of the Jedi wasn’t the best of the original Star Wars trilogy, we all know that.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know JJ Abrams is going to direct the next Star Wars movie, which is due to hit theaters in 2015.
Right now, rumors about the new Star Wars movie are all over the place, and one of the biggest ones going around at the moment is that the original Star Wars crew, Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher, will probably be returning.
When the news recently hit that George Lucas was selling his empire to Disney for a cool $4.05 billion, and that there would be more Star Wars films, the reaction predictably ran the gamut from fans everywhere.
One of the coolest things about seeing Star Wars for the first time was that the heroes were just as amazing as the villains.
Icon Comics is slated to publish a series of spy comics with a special guest in the first issue. The Secret Service will a gritty new comics line, featuring some classy British agents.
There are certain people in the geek community whose jobs you would absolutely love to have.
With a Star Wars series in the works, the infamous Star Wars Holiday Special is sure to come up again, just like a bad acid flashback.
May the Force be with you! Yes, the Star Wars saga is set to be re-released in Blu-ray format, with all six movies expected to hit store shelves in Fall 2011.