'The Rise of Skywalker' is on Disney+ as part of Star Wars Day, so it's a good time to have a look through at some of these little details.
J.J. Abrams has smuggled in plenty of nods and cameos from the history of the 'Star Wars' franchise into this final installment.
Likely the last teaser we'll be getting from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - a special look promo jam packed with nostalgic references – has a few surprises up its sleeve.
According to Stephen Graham, one of the movie's stars, the mobster is a 'distant uncle' of a certain guitar-wielding, tattooed singer-songwriter
Kristian Nairn — known for his portrayal of the beloved Hodor on the HBO series — says the cameos take viewers outside the world of Westeros. “I’m not a fan of the cameos in ‘Game of Thrones.’ I don’t like them. Nairn, 42, said that when Sheeran showed up as a singing Lannister soldier in the Season 7 premiere, it was confusing to see such a recognizable pop star in George R. R. Martin’s fantasy world.
After cameo roles in <em>Game Of Thrones</em> and <em>Bridget Jones’ Baby</em>, Brit singer Ed Sheeran is in talks to make an appearance in Danny Boyle’s upcoming music-themed comedy movie, we understand. No word yet on whether he will contribute to the movie’s score though the singer has previously expressed interest in doing more of this. The Working Title pic, backed by Universal, is due to star <em>Cinderella </em>actress Lily James alongside actor Himesh Patel, known for his work in popular…
They might both be flame-haired British celebrities, but Rupert Grint and Ed Sheeran don’t look that alike, do they? Well, it seems they do. The former Harry Potter star reckons that if a fan’s looking like they’re going to approach him, it’s even money on who they think he is. Speaking on ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’, he said: “It’s kind of 50/50 now. Someone stops me, it could go either way. It could be Ed or it could be me.” Well, if they will pose for pictures like this… And it’s not just punters either. “Leo Sayer. ...