In a fabulous moment of torch passing, it's emerged that Star Wars creator George Lucas met Baby Yoda on the set of The Mandalorian.
With The Mandalorian unfolding a new world in the Star Wars universe, director and showrunner Jon Favreau reckons his characters won't be restricted to the Outer Rim.
Fresh from being named the best Christmas film of the 21st century, Jon Favreau’s Elf will return to the big screen in style this holiday season.
After the first trailer for Star War spin-off series The Mandalorian landed at the Disney expo event D23 in August, buzz has started to build for director Jon Favreau's take on the galaxy far, far away.
Ejiofor and Favreau explain why the villainous lion is so different from the original.
The director says that "anytime we do something new it's going to be confusing to people."
It appears that early buzz on Twitter following the premiere of Disney's grand CGI remake of The Lion King, which raved about movie, may have been a bit premature.
From terrifying horrors and stupendous superhero adventures, plus a couple of terrific re-releases you won’t want to miss, the next 31 days have a lot to offer.
Jon Favreau has opened up about modernising The Lion King, while also revealing whether or not it is a shot-for-shot remake.
The circle of life keeps on moving, and this time Donald Glover is along for the ride. Yes, not content with being cast as Lando Calrissian in the as-yet untitled ‘Star Wars’ young Han Solo movie, the 33-year old star of TV’s ‘Community’ and ‘Atlanta’ will take on the lead role of Simba in Disney’s upcoming remake of ‘The Lion King,’ whilst original voice actor James Earl Jones will reprise his role as Mufasa. Favreau posted a photograph of Glover simply marked, “I just can’t wait to be king.