Star Wars 8 news brought to you by Making Star Wars has followed the filming of the Lucasfilm directed by Rian Johnson. Recently, some solid, reliable reports regarding cast members Laura Dern, Benicio Del Toro, and Kelly Marie Tran have surfaced. Show More Summary
We’re still over a year away from Star Wars: Episode VIII, yet I feel like we are much more in the dark about Rian Johnson‘s of the Star Wars saga than we were about JJ Abrams film this far before release. When Star Wars 8 began production...Show More Summary
Collin Trevorrow‘s Star Wars: Episode 9 will be shot with 65mm film cameras, a move away from the 35mm film format that JJ Abrams and Rian Johnson used on the previous two installments. The result will probably be a higher resolution...Show More Summary
A new rumor floating around the Internet reveals how director Rian Johnson's film begins. The post Cantina Talk: The Start of Star Wars: Episode VIII Revealed (Maybe) appeared first on WIRED.
We’ve got a long wait ahead of us before Star Wars: Episode VIII hits theaters, but we already know a bunch of things about what’s expected from the next title in the saga. Rian Johnson’s Star Wars episode is currently in post-production, and it’ll be a while until we even get to see the first trailer for the movie. Show More Summary
Rian Johnson’s Star Wars 8 plot news and rumors have been driving the Internet crazy as of late and actors Warwick Davis and Adam Driver talked about the movie and gave a mention to The Empire Strikes Back as some kind of likening or comparison between the two flicks. Show More Summary
Disney’s Star Wars: Episode VIII is still far, far away, but there’s already plenty of chatter surrounding the second part of the third trilogy. Rian Johnson’s Episode VIII will finally tell us why Luke secluded himself on that distant planet and who Rey's parents are. Show More Summary
In this edition of Episode 8 Bits: Does Carrie Fisher‘s changed schedule indicate reshoots for Star Wars: Episode 8? Adam Driver compliments Rian Johnson and compares Episode 8 to The Empire Strikes Back. Lupita Nyong’o shoots down those Maz Kanata rumors. Show More Summary
Disney has Star Wars movies plotted out through 2021 and beyond. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is set for release later this year, while Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: Episode VIII is just beginning its post production journey. And Phil Lord...Show More Summary
Adam Driver compares 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' to 'Empire Strikes Back,' teases 'nuance and ambiguity' in director Rian Johnson's script.
We don’t really know much about the story in Star Wars Episode VIII aside from Force Awakens co-screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan calling it “weird” and Rian Johnson revealing it will begin moments after the conclusion of Episode 7. We know a lot all the people involved in the production, but not much about the story itself. Show More Summary
Adam Driver gives us perhaps the best insight into the film yet.
Production may have wrapped on Rian Johnson‘s Star Wars: Episode 8 but Lupita Nyong’o has yet to reprise her Force Awakens role as Maz Kanata. We’ll explore the possible reasons why the Lupita Nyong’o Episode 8 filming has yet to begin, after the jump. Show More Summary
Star Wars 8 may have wrapped production back in July, but even though director Rian Johnson is already hard at work editing the film there is still more footage that needs to be shot
Principal photography has concluded on Star Wars: Episode VIII, with post-production work like Rian Johnson’s editing and John Williams’ scoring sessions officially underway. However, series star Daisey Ridley has hinted that fans may...Show More Summary
In this edition of Star Wars Bits: George Lucas and Kathleen Kennedy remember the late Kenny Baker. Phil Lord and Chis Miller pose on the set of the Millennium Falcon. Rian Johnson has officially begun editing Star Wars: Episode 8. Dave Filoni and Sam Witwer talk Star Wars Rebels. Show More Summary
Director Rian Johnson shares a photo from the first day in the editing bay of Star Wars: Episode VIII as post-production begins.
I think this mission will be successful, but at a cost Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here - still celebrating the notion that John Williams has seen STAR WARS EPISODE VIII and decided to score Rian Johnson's film quite...Show More Summary
It was just a few weeks ago – July 22 to be precise – that principal photography on Star Wars Episode VIII wrapped. The Rian Johnson film is the eagerly anticipated follow-up to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, one that will hopefully cast light on Rey’s origins, how Kylo Ren turned to the Dark Side, […]
In news that is simultaneously not surprising in the slightest but also a complete and total relief, John Williams has revealed that he will return to compose the score for Rian Johnson‘s Star Wars: Episode 8. This will be the eightShow More Summary