New film underperforms expectations, but the franchise is alive and well.
Turns out it wasn't even a contest. As far as the box office is concerned, Captain Kirk is nowhere near as popular Iron Man. Viacom's latest entry in the Star Trek franchise earned $70.56 million in its domestic debut weekend, less than half the $174 million U.S. Show More Summary
This is a computer graphics clash between the forces of Star Wars and Star Trek in and above San Francisco. Who wins? I'm not saying, that would be a spoiler. I'm joking, the video's called 'Death Star Destroys Enterprise'. It's a special extended re-release of this crappier version made in 2009. Show More Summary
Kaplan is a previous collaborator of J.J. Abrams, while Williams has scored all six past Star Wars movies. [...]
On Oct. 30 2012, The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) announced a $4.05 billion acquisition of LucasFilm, the owner of the popular Star Wars franchise. That news, and other key factors, has sent shares of Disney up over 35% in less than seven months. One company also poised to benefit from the acquisition has also seen shares [...]
For most, Star Wars was about a band of rebels standing up to a totalitarian regime, but for others it was all about Luke Skywalker's pants, apparently.
J.J. Abrams is staying in the family for his costumes on Star Wars Episode VII. Not only will the two biggest sci-fi franchises in history be handled by one director, but they'll also be designed by one costumer. Michael Kaplan, theShow More Summary
Electronic Arts Gives Investors Another Way to Play Star Wars Movies
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: Toy Story’s Buzz [...]
Yesterday, Jonathan Rhys Meyers was linked with a role in Star Wars Episode VII. Today, we get to see him in a poster for a movie he's definitely in, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. Check out his poster below, then click the link...Show More Summary
Is your iBooks library starting to outgrow those beautiful skeuomorphic wooden bookshelves that Apple provided for you? Have you purchased way too many Star Wars novels, only to find them crowding out your beloved Jane Eyre collection? Well, there’s a simple way to manage an epic, ever-growing iBook collection, of course (why else would I [...]Show More Summary
A new book, "The Making of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" by J.W. Rinzler, is hitting shelves just in time for the 30th anniversary of "Episode VI," and in the lead-up to the book's release, the Huffington Post has posted a fascinating excerpt. The passage comes from a transcript taken from a 1981 story [...]
IGN has released “Death Star Destroys Enterprise,” an amazing video by Mike Horn showing an epic battle between Star Wars and Star Trek spacecraft in San Francisco. Previously we wrote about Mike and his other great videos of sci-fi spacecraft fighting and flying around San Francisco. via Geeks are Sexy
You know something? Each time the brand name K-TOR comes across my mind, all I can think of is actually KOTOR, which happens to be short for Knights Of The Old Republic, which happens to be one of those Star Wars titles that only fanboys will be able to appreciate. Well, K-TOR so happens to [...]
Electronic Arts' E3 press briefing will provide viewers with a first look at what the company plans on doing with its multi-year Star Wars deal with Disney, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau announced. The new Star Wars titles will utilize...Show More Summary
Costume Designer Michael Kaplan has confirmed with Clothes on Film that he will be the costume designer for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII. ?I am very excited to be working on Star Wars,? Kaplan said ? I?m so looking forward toShow More Summary
Star Trek designer goes to a galaxy far, far away
In collaboration with JJKirby, artist Jon Bolerjack has redesigned characters from Marvel’s The Avengers as Storm, Clone, and Shock troopers from Star Wars. images via Jon Bolerjack via Ian Brooks
One of the unfortunate side effects of Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm was the cancellation of The Clone Wars cartoon series, which had been running on Cartoon Network in one form or another since 2003. Really, The Clone Wars was pretty...Show More Summary
Cute: Epix asks the cast of Star Wars Into Darkness, including Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana, to please discern whether a word is a Star Wars character or an Ikea product. There's some confusion about Tarva and Torg, Malm and...