There are many terrifying things about Darth Vader. I could go into detail about his intimidating appearance and voice, or about how he slaughtered the halflings without a second though. I could also cite how he tore through the Rebels aboard Leia's ship, or killed numerous Sandpeople. All of these things
Colin Trevorrow is no longer directing Star Wars: Episode IX. The announcement came from Lucasfilm. This ends a trend of Disney and Lucasfilm hiring young, talented filmmakers with differing levels of experience. A few directors are lined up to take over, but Lucasfilm has not said who is on the list.
Every Star Wars fan knows the tragedy of Anakin Skywalker's story, his rise as Darth Vader, and his redemption while saving his son (Luke Skywalker) from the Emperor. One question that looms is, if Anakin Skywalker's intentions were to use the Dark Side of the Force to save Padmé from death, why
Director Ryan Johnson recently spoke about the troubles that come with having to write something as monumental as the opening crawl for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It is one of the most important parts of the film, and something that Star Wars fans have grown accustomed to.
Seldom do we hear about just how much
Long before Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hit theaters, there was one big question looming: Would the film feature any Jedi? Would they be ones we know of, or ones we have yet to see on the big screen? Sadly, if you saw the film, then you know the answer to
How do you start to write a film that fans already know the end to? How do you make that story interesting and bring something completely new to the table? These are some of the issues that Gareth Edwards faced when making Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Some fans and
The Star Wars Prequels were nothing short of horrible, but there were a few shining gems to come out of the abominations. Ewan McGregor's role as Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of those great things. Fans loved him, and it seemed like one of the only characters impervious to bad dialog.
In a recent
What more could you ask from Disney, They really know how to tell a good story. Amidst all the rumors of bad screenings and production issues, we are headed down the last stretch to the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The release date cannot come any sooner, and
Since the release of first trailer for Star Wars: Rogue One, keen eyes and ears have speculated that we will see the return of a popular villain, Darth Vader. The film takes place in between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, so this idea is not a stretch.
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Yesterday, news broke that J.J. Abrams commented on whether Rey's parents were in The Force Awakens, which brought up an interesting question for me. Why can't Luke Skywalker be Rey's father? In the run-up to the release of Star Wars The Force Awakens, Kathleen Kennedy (LucasFilm President) insisted that Star Wars was a