Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams says that Mark Hamill could get an Oscar for his work as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
J.J. Abrams might have just seriously jinxed Mark Hamill. That’s because the director, who previously oversaw The Force Awakens, which ever so briefly starred Mark Hamill, has joked that this time next year the actor will be in contention for an Academy Award for her performance in The Last Jedi. While J.J. Show More Summary
Because of the nature of blockbuster filmmaking in the modern age reshoots are now a necessity. The stakes are so high, and the need to make sure that every nook and cranny is compensated for is so important that every Marvel film has...Show More Summary
New details about Star Wars: Episode 8 – The Last Jedi continue to drop as the film’s release closes in. The latest information involves the identity of Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis). The details come from Empire’s End, the latest...Show More Summary
The folks at Lucasfilm and Disney have been fantastically good so far when it comes to protecting details regarding Star Wars: The Last Jedi. They have yet to release any trailer for the film, so we have no idea what any of the movie will look like or what the story will actually be. Or...
While Star Wars: The Force Awakens left us with many open questions, the death of Carrie Fisher has overshadowed all of them. The biggest question we want answered now, is what's going to happen to General Leia?
Speculative spoilers below. Don't read if you're worried you'll get speculatively angry. Star Wars fans still have to wait until December 15 to see the franchise's next installment, The Last Jedi. But despite Disney's total crackdown on spoilers, the hype train shows no signs of slowing down. Show More Summary
A new yet unconfirmed report claims that plans are under way for a Blu-ray release of the theatrical versions of the original Star Wars trilogy.
A new rumor claims that additional Last Jedi scenes are being shot to honor the memory of Carrie Fisher.
We haven’t even seen a trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi yet, but while many are still basking in the glow of Rogue One or getting pumped up about the Han Solo movie, some hardcore fans are already looking ahead to Star Wars Episode 9
Last week, fans of the Star Wars saga were rocked to find out that the title of the next movie, Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi is in fact plural. Foreign language titles prove that the word ‘jedi’ is in fact plural in its useShow More Summary
Since Disney and Lucasfilm are in no hurry to release a trailer, it seems like we’ll probably never get more information about Star Wars: The Last Jedi than what we already have—which is pretty much just the title, and even that isn’t especially clear. Show More Summary
LucasFilm is seeking extras in both Scotland and Ireland for Star Wars: The Last Jedi reshoots that will begin next month.
IMAX has issued a new press release that confirms scenes were shot on the planet Ahch-To using inovative new cameras.
It’s getting harder and harder to get audiences out to the theaters. That’s a fact. Decades ago, heading to the theater was the only way to get your silver screen fix. Even with the advent of VHS, there was nothing quite like heading to your local box office and checking out the latest tentpole flick. Show More Summary
Tycho: I like Star Wars, not as much as some but I do like it; there’s always new words in there for me to learn. “The Last Jedi,” as a piece of nomenclature in English, has a lot of potential weight and finality to it because of how “the” works. Show More Summary
Scenes for Episode VIII were shot with IMAX cameras as a part of the renewed deal between the company and Disney. The post Star Wars: The Last Jedi Shot Scenes With IMAX Cameras appeared first on CBR.com.
It’s a foregone conclusion that Disney will release almost all of their tentpole titles in the IMAX format, even if they weren’t shot natively on the large format. However, in the case of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we now know that director...Show More Summary
IMAX will also be used on Indiana Jones 5, Han Solo spin-off film and Star Wars: Episode IX The post Star Wars: The Last Jedi Scenes Shot in IMAX, Plus More Disney IMAX Releases appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Imax will continue to offer animated and tentpole films from Disney — including Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which will have scenes shot in Imax cameras — through 2019 with an extension of what they call this morning their “multi-faceted...Show More Summary