Rian Johnson might have found the villain for Star Wars: Episode VIII. Recent reports state that Benicio del Toro is in the running to follow in the footsteps of iconic baddies like Darth […]
Well this sounds fantastic! The next Star Wars movie isn't even out yet, and Disney and Lucasfilm are already ramping up for the next installment! Rian Johnson (Looper) is already signed on to both write and direct Episode VIII and we know that John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, and Oscar Isaac are all set to reprise their roles [...]
This actor joins Oscar Isaac, Donnie Yen, John Boyega and Daisey Ridley for the first of Rian Johnson's two 'Star Wars' films.
Benicio del Toro is in early talks to play the primary villain in 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' for writer-director Rian Johnson.
According to Variety, Benicio Del Toro is being eyed as the main villain for Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: Episode VIII. Nothing has been locked down however, as the same sources tell the site that another possible contender could be Joaquin Phoenix. So far, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac, who are all starring in […]
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Star Wars Episode VII isn’t even in theaters yet—but a big new bad guy is being cast for the next Star Wars episode. Word has it Benicio Del Toro has been offered a villainous role in Star Wars Episode VIII, which Rian Johnson will direct for release on May 26, 2017. Read more...
The actor has been offered the role. Read the full article on AICN In his first big post-FORCE AWAKENS casting play, Rian Johnson is trying to do what his predecessor J.J. Abrams couldn’t: get Benicio Del Toro to play the villain inShow More Summary
Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens won’t hit theaters for almost half a year, but casting on Star Wars VIII has already begun, and if the news out of Hong Kong is to believed, director Rian Johnson (Looper) scored a critical hit with the signing of martial arts film legend Donnie Yen (Ip Man, Iron Monkey) […]
When you sign on to work on a Star Wars film, you sign a huge NDA which prevents you from talking about the movie in almost any way possible (for example, see us try to get screenwriter Gary Whitta to talk about Star Wars: Rogue One here). Show More Summary
Landmark events in the history of Star Wars this week include Rian Johnson being brought on for Episode 8, Lawrence Kasdan writing The Empire Strikes Back and Alec Guinness wrapping on Star Wars! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with the new This Week In Star Wars. Show More Summary
Director Rian Johnson reveals that 'Star Wars Episode VIII' will be shot on 35MM film, but he wanted to shoot it in 70MM.
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Lucasfilm is cultivating some impressive up-and-coming names around their Star Wars films. Aside from J.J. Abrams directing Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Rian Johnson of Looper will directÂ Episodes 8 and maybeÂ 9, while Godzilla's Gareth Edwards is helming the anthology film,Â Rogue One. Show More Summary
Star Wars Bits is back and packed full of interesting stuff. Below, read about the following: Star Wars Anthology writer Gary Whitta is writing for Star Wars Rebels. Rian Johnson wrote Star Wars Episode VIII in Moleskine notebooks. See an image of the works in the Star Wars canon. Show More Summary
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“Ex Machina,” which writer-director Alex Garland recently referred to as "a sci-fi psychological thriller," has undoubtedly been one of the bright spots of the spring movie season.
“Brick: Up Close” is a supercut created by London-based film enthusiast Matt Anderson (a.k.a. “Roman Holiday“) that features all of the tight, close-up shots from Rian Johnson‘s 2005 neo-noir thriller film Brick. music by Nathan Johnson – “Emily’s Theme“
The Star Wars 8 cast may include Oscar Isaac, but we can’t confirm it yet. The actor hinted at his return in the Rian Johnson helmed sequel, and then said he doesn’t really know. If the original trailer for The Force Awakens was anything to go by, Oscar Isaac appears to be the main hero, ‘Star Wars 8’ Cast: Oscar Isaac Teases Return is an article from: The Inquisitr News
Scorekeeper brings us a lost interview with the composer of Rian Johnson's time travel movie LOOPER!