As Star Wars: Episode VII inches ever closer to production, director and co-writer J.J. Abrams has once again demonstrated his unparalleled hype-fu, updating the world on the status of the script and casting without actually saying much of anything.
Luckily, though, Carrie Fisher is here to provide a bit of solid info as to when she'll begin shooting alongside Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford.
Like Landry Clarke kicking a game-winning field goal for the East Dillon Lions, Jesse Plemons might just end up with a lead role in Star Wars: Episode VII.
A transporter accident aboard the Enterprise has resulted in Star Trek 3 going from two screenwriters to three.
The next entry in the rebooted movie timeline is saying sayonara to Alex Kurtzman, who co-wrote the last two installments, and saying hello to J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.
One aspect of Star Wars: Episode VII is now free from speculation: the release date.
Disney officially announced today that the first installment in the hugely anticipated sequel trilogy will hit theaters nationwide in 3D on December 18, 2015.
Chiwetel Ejiofor – a one-man acting machine of unarguable charisma and depth – could very well take his talents to a galaxy far, far away.
The 12 Years a Slave star is the latest actor connected to Star Wars: Episode VII via a rumor, albeit a rumor with a little more meat on its bones than a lot of the Star Wars confabulations we've been hearing over the last year.
Hey, how about some actual and official information on Star Wars: Episode VII?
That's what we have today, a welcome change from casting speculation and the baseless conjecture that has been filling the void of info on Disney's first Star Wars movie, which lost one screenwriter and gained two.
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Star Wars: Episode VII remains shrouded in mystery, surrounded by a foul-smelling cloud of the speculation that forms in the absence of solid information.
Now, though, we have two nuggets that tell us something about how the next Star Wars adventure will actually look. Director J.J. Abrams is reuniting with cinematographer Dan Mindel, and the two are shooting the movie on 35mm film.
The Enterprise is off to explore the unknown now that the retooled Star Trek franchise has all that city-destroying out of its system, but Star Trek 3 will be sticking with known screenwriters.
Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are returning for their third spacefaring adventure, but the director who will take over for J.J. Abrams is now the subject of a lot of discussion, with Rise of the Planet of the Apes helmer Rupert Wyatt rumored to be the man for the job.
Today, in news J.J. Abrams told us three months ago, John Williams has been confirmed to return as composer for Star Wars: Episode VII, the first installment in thirty years not to be directed by George Lucas.