"I'll look forward to seeing it or being in it, depending on whichever it is" The post Exclusive: Domhnall Gleeson on J.J. Abrams Directing Star Wars: Episode IX appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Having Abrams helm "Episode IX" risks a rehash of George Lucas-era stories, petition argues.
Two days before the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival got under way, the news broke that Colin Trevorrow would no longer be directing “Star Wars: Episode IX,” marking the latest high-profile split between Lucasfilm and a filmmaker hired to steer one of its most closely guarded properties....
J.J. Abrams has officially been confirmed to replace Colin Trevorrow on Star Wars: Episode IX, and at least one Star Wars actor is excited about the development.
The latest on The Last Jedi, the Han Solo movie, Episode IX, comics, and much more. The post Star Wars News: The Last Jedi, Han Solo, Episode IX and More appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Chris Hardwick doesn't have a problem with J.J. Abrams being back at the helm for "Star Wars: Episode IX"... 'cause he's proved he can do it, and deserves another shot. We got Chris, certified comic and sci-fi nerd, Wednesday in Bev Hills, and…
The blockbuster filmmaker was just installed to direct ‘Star Wars: Episode IX.’ Now it’s time to follow through on his word.
J.J. Abrams and Chris Terrio's new script for Star Wars: Episode IX will mark the film's fourth major rewrite. The post Star Wars: JJ Abrams’ Screenplay Will Be Episode IX’s Fourth Script appeared first on CBR.
Greenlit means a project is officially a go, so all you have to do is follow these leads to stay up to date. You never know where you’ll find an opportunity to land an audition! Nearly two years after the re-launch of the Star Wars franchise, Disney has announced that J.J. Show More Summary
Lucasfilm recently had an opportunity to bring a female director into the Star Wars fold when Colin Trevorrow was fired from Episode IX, but the studio went with J.J. Abrams instead. Meanwhile, MGM and Eon Productions are readying the next James Bond movie, and with no director attached yet, people are wondering if… Read more...
J.J. ABRAMS has just accepted an assignment that’s a far Wookiee cry from what he delivered just two years ago. Now that Abrams has been announced as the new director of “Star Wars: Episode IX,” fans of the franchise are weighing in, as their opinions of his 2015 film, “The Force Awakens,” color their expectations of […]
Well, they tried to experiment. Disney and Lucasfilm wanted to see what younger, less experienced directors could do with the Star Wars saga, and they didn’t like what they saw. They replaced Phil Lord and Christopher Miller with the...Show More Summary
The official Star Wars website has announced that J.J. Abrams will be returning for Episode IX and I don’t care what anyone says, this is GREAT news? Have you seen the messes surrounding Episode VIII? Yikes. Anyway, regardless of what … More » The post Great News! J.J. Abrams is Returning for Star Wars: Episode IX! appeared first on EveryJoe.
It's a whole new world for Disney's release calendar. Now that "Star Wars: Episode IX" has its house in order with a new director and release date, several other titles are also getting reshuffled. "Episode IX" is doing a straight swap with Guy Ritchie's live-action "Aladdin," which previously had the December 20, 2019 release date. Show More Summary
Star Wars: Episode IX has moved release dates from May to Dec. 20, 2019, the same month as the first two installments in the sequel trilogy. The post Star Wars: Episode IX Moves to December 2019 appeared first on CBR.
The circle is now complete.
Briefly: Major news from Lucasfilm/Disney today. It has been officially announced that J.J. Abrams will return to direct Star Wars: Episode IX, replacing director Colin Trevorrow who left the project last week. The announcement alsoShow More Summary
Remember this morning when, with the news that J.J. Abrams would return to Star Wars to replace Colin Trevorrow on Episode IX, we all thought the movie would stay on track for its May 2019 release date? Well, think again. Lucasfilm just confirmed that the movie as received a seven-month push back to December. More »
The announcement comes hours after naming J.J. Abrams the film’s new director.