Announced today on The Star Wars Show, yet another addition to the Star Wars films is in the works! This new series, separate from both the core Star Wars saga of the Skywalker family, as well as the up-coming trilogy from The Last Jedi‘s Rian Johnson, will be coming from David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, creators of HBO’s hugely popular series, Game of Thrones.
Check out the original announcement here:
No further details aside from the ones announced in this video are known yet, but information concerning this new series will probably be coming soon.
Star Wars fans got a real treat during the Superbowl today: Our first look at May’s Solo: A Star Wars Story!!
A brand-new trailer for the final few episodes of the very last season of Star Wars Rebels has just dropped, and it sure packs a punch!!
As the hype leading up to the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi continues, yet another TV spot for the film has been released, featuring our first new line from feared commander of the First Order ranks, Captain Phasma!
“So good to have you back”, indeed, Captain!
While this spot was mostly a remixed version of shots we’d seen before, we were treated to a new line from Captain Phasma, who didn’t get many moments to herself from the previous trailers. And of course, we can’t forget Chewie’s reaction to an overstimulated porg on board the Millenium Falcon!!
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is rated PG-13 for “Sequences of Sci-Fi Action and Violence”, and arrives in theaters December 15, 2017.
Just revealed on The Star Wars Show: The final cover for Thrawn: Alliances!!
Here’s another look at that cover, featuring two of the biggest fan-favorite and most-feared villains in all of Star Wars history:
We also have a brief idea of what the subject matter of this book will be, based on a tweet from the official Star Wars books account:
What do you think of this new Thrawn-centric book? Are you planning to give it a read? How do you think he and Vader will work together? Let me know in the comments below!
A new TV spot from the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi features previously unseen footage and lines from Rey and Luke!!
It seems that many of us may have been totally wrong in our predictions for where Rey, Luke, and all our other heroes are headed, as well as where the Force itself is pointing them!!
In this brand-new TV spot, we hear Rey repeat a line we all probably have permanently imprinted on our brains by now, as Luke asks her, “What do you see?” But this time, we hear a slightly different answer from the hopeful young student of the Force…
“Light… Darkness…. and…. something Else….” she breathes.
This seems to give a very different implication than what many fans predicted, that Rey would discover and gain the ability to channel the energy of the Force in a way many fans seem to theorize is only possible through the ultimate balance of both Light and Darkness. To be honest, I’ve always had problems with this theory myself, primarily because of what it does to the overall philosophy of the Jedi, as well as other conflicts to the way in which we’ve always understood the Force to work in canon.
But now, it seems something slightly different is at play…. and the most concerning part of it all is another new line from this spot…
“It’s calling me!” Rey says in an almost pleading tone, and her voice betrays that something is happening deep within her being, something that seems to be tearing her apart. This is all immediately followed by Luke’s commands to “Resist it!”, and finally him screaming her name at her, seemingly in desperation, trying to break her free from the hold of whatever is trying to suck her irretrievably into its grasp.
What could it all mean??! I know I’m intrigued, and simply can not wait for this movie to come and our answers with it!
What do you all think of this new spot and what its implications could mean for Rey, Luke, and the future of the Jedi Order? Let me know in the comments below, I always love discussing these things with you!!
Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases in theaters December 15, 2017.
Ron Howard has announced the name of next year’s Han Solo anthology film!
I bet you can’t guess what the name will be….
Yep, it’s gonna be called Solo.
And that’s pretty much all there is to say about that.
Han Solo: A Star Wars Story is slated for release on May 25, 2018.
The episode description for “Rebel Assault”, the mid-season finale for the finale season of Star Wars: Rebels, has been released.
Hera leads a courageous attack against Grand Admiral Thrawn’s forces, but when things go awry, her battle to win must become a daring escape if she is to survive.
The finale season of Star Wars: Rebels begins airing at 12:30 a.m. ET Monday, October 16 on Disney XD. New episodes will release at the same time every Monday for the next several weeks until the episode “Rebel Assault”, which will air at 12:30 a.m. ET Monday, November 13. After this episode Rebels will take a mid-season break during the holiday season, then resume airing to finish out the season sometime in early 2018.
We also recently got a recap of the entire show so far, featuring key points from season 1, 2, and 3, as well as shots teasing the upcoming season 4.
And finally, we’ve been given a special clip from the season 4 premier episode, “Heroes of Mandalor”, which will begin airing on Disney XD within 24 hours of this post.
The new clip features Sabine and her fellow Rebel friends, including Jedi-in-training Ezra Bridger and Mandalorian Protector Fen Rau, arriving on the planet of Mandalore and being greeted by Bo-Katan Kryze. Bo has become a fan favorite for her appearences in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series, and this will be her first appearance in Rebels, though her addition to this show has long been speculated on and expected by fans.
A NEW FULL-LENGTH TRAILER FOR STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI IS HERE!!!
Please excuse me while I have a very unprofessional fangirl moment…..
….. Ok, back now.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases in theaters December 15th.
Also released was the full theatrical poster for The Last Jedi.
What did you think about this new trailer? Do you have a favorite shot, line, or sequence? Let me know in the comments, and feel free to fangirl (or fanboy) away!!