Last year, Mark Hamill rocked the news world when he he told Empire Magazine that a big change was made to the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens for Rian Johnson's The Last Jedi. Hamill said that the change was made very last-minute, and that the change allowed a big situation to happen in TLJ. At the time,
Darth Vader is one of the best on-screen villains of all-time, in one of the biggest film franchises ever. With that kind of exposure you would think that you know everything there is to know about the Sith Lord. You might, but that is no need to Force choke me just
Mark Hamill is no stranger to Star Wars memorabilia. There is one prop that Hamill had the chance to hold after decades, the original lightsaber that he used in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The lightsaber was used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, inducing a Force memory in Rey calling her to the Force.
(((There are big spoilers here if you are one of the two people on the planet who haven't seen Star Wars The Force Awakens)))
Star Wars The Force Awakens solidified its place on Star Wars lore last year, but fans are still debating about some of the events that transpired. Not everyone was
If you know anything about Mark Hamill, then you know that he is a bigger geek than any one of us. As he heard the news that The Force Awakens filming drew close, his excitement built to find out how Luke Skywalker would return. As Hamill got the script, he couldn't wait, and
One of the hottest debates among Star Wars fans is whether Han Solo shot first in the Cantina on Tatooine. This is a debate that waged for decades before George Lucas tried to solve the riddle himself when he rereleased the original trilogy in theaters in the 1990s. It was George's
Now that Star Wars: The Force Awakens has hit Bluray, fans have had time to watch the film 20 times and pic apart ever mosel there for your eyes to feast on. There are a lot of great things that you can say that this movie did well. Abrams recently said that The
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
There has been a debate going on between Star Wars fans, ever since the first showing of The Force Awakens about the identity of Rey's (Daisy Ridley) parents. Some have speculated that it is Luke Skywalker, while others have tried to prove that she is actually the daughter of Han and Leia.
At the end of Star Wars The Force Awakens there is a moment between Chewie and Leia that had fans scratching their heads. The scene happens near the end of the film, so don't keep reading if (somehow) you haven't seen the movie yet. We can make it official now, SPOILER ALERT.