We're less than three weeks away from The Force Awakens and the promotions are coming fast and furious. Yesterday, this new Force Awakens promo appeared on the Disney Channel, and it's focused entirely on the newest Star Wars leading lady, Daisy Ridley, aka Rey. Check it out!
Daisy Ridley delves into Rey's background, plus Simon Pegg's character debuts in a new "Force Awakens" promo.
The Disney Channel goes behind-the-scenes with Daisy Ridley for a look at Rey on the desert planet of Jakku.
Paramount/Skydance/Bad Robot’s Star Trek Beyond will be released in Imax worldwide when it hits theaters on July 22, 2016. "STAR TREK BEYOND" is directed by Justin Lin and reunites Jon Cho, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoë Saldana, Karl Urban and Anton Yelchin. Show More Summary
After the jump: Pentatonix does Star Wars at the American Music Awards. Who’s Simon Pegg playing in The Force Awakens? Han and Leia get new Force Awakens banners, too. Captain Phasma looks super badass in a new image. See a life-size TIE fighter made of Christmas lights. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, screenwriter Doug Jung joined Simon Pegg aboard the Enterprise to finally get that Star Trek Beyond script into shooting shape. Though it’ll be some time before we see how their efforts turned out, Paramount and J.J. Show More Summary
Did you hear the meet-cute gimmick of the British romantic-slapstick farce Man Up? Lake Bell plays a 34-year-old single woman whom a 40-year-old divorced man played by Simon Pegg mistakes for his blind date, and — given that she seems to be more in sync with him than she was... More »
"I think I'm just going to disappear for a while." The actor and screenwriter opens up about how he feels about the movie business and his desire to try more serious roles.
Some might think that having to write a movie in half the normal time would be stressful, but for Simon Pegg, it...
Simon Pegg talked recently with comingsoon.net about his upcoming romcom, writing Star Trek, a Star Wars cameo, and more. Of course, he didn’t reveal any interesting tid bits about the plot of upcoming Star Trek Beyond (or of Star Wars The Force Awakens for that matter), but he did talk about the pressure he and […]
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I think a lot about the movies Ebert would’ve liked, and it seems safe to bet he would’ve enjoyed Ben Palmer’s Man Up—if nothing else, for the scene about a half hour in, when our heroine owns up to the deception she’s spent the first act of the movie pulling off. She clears it up in a few words—and then the movie deals with that. …Read More
Telling a woman to “man up” doesn’t exactly count as progressive, but at least the British romcom Man Up reverses gender stereotypes less clumsily than Trainwreck did. Here, it’s Jack (Simon Pegg) who’s prone to public crying jags yet...Show More Summary
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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… there was another edition of Star Wars Bits! Here are all of the pieces of cool Star Wars news you might have missed, including: Daniel Fleetwood, the first fan to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has passed away. Show More Summary
There are some things that you can never find the right time to say. And then there are things that can only be said during a dance-off to Frankie Goes to Hollywood. For Simon Pegg and Lake Bell, the dance floor is also a platform for...Show More Summary
Comedic actor and writer serves as consultant for The Force Awakens.
Simon Pegg is letting it all hang out about the Star Wars prequels.
Tell us how you really feel, Simon. Simon Pegg is known for a couple things. Acting is one. Being opinionated is the other. One of his more famous opinions, that he is certainly not alone in, is his view that the Star Wars prequels are absolutely terrible. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg thinks the "Star Wars" prequels were a "monumental misunderstanding," but he's full of enthusiasm for "The Force Awakens."