Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker writer Chris Terrio once again opens up about the thought process behind the reveal of Rey’s parentage.
The limited edition poster hints at an epic battle between the dark and the light in the final film of the Skywalker saga.
Daisy Ridley has teased Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker using just four words and it sounds epic.
The latest 'Rise of Skywalker' teaser set up a chilling twist that may not be quite as simple as it seems.
The actress is opening up about how she dealt with the aftermath of joining the epic film franchise.
‘Star Wars’ fans love dressing up as their heroes, but recreating intergalactic fashion trends on Earth can sometimes prove harder than bullseying womp rats in a T-16. It’s not like you can just pop into Jakku’s equivalent of Primark to pick up the latest in Resistance-friendly fashion.Luckily then, for fans of Daisy Ridley’s Rey, ethical shoe brand Po-Zu has released a series of screen-accurate boots in collaboration with LucasFilm that cosplayers across the galaxy are going wild for, and they’re all ethically-created from sustainable materials.They have a range of shoes inspired by the footwear of Poe Dameron, Finn, Chewbacca, First Order Stormtroopers, and even BB-8, but it’s the Rey boots that have fans going crazy, and it’s not hard to see why.Read moreStar Wars 9 delayedBB-8’s evil twin revealedObi-Wan spin-off details
UK film mag Empire has unveiled a new look at Luke Skywalker and his (hopefully) soon-to-be protege Rey from its October issue.
Seems not, unless Mark Hamill’s hairy Jedi is suffering from an acute bout of amnesia. New footage from ‘The Last Jedi’ was shown to Disney shareholders and a select few others yesterday, including a rather telling exchange between Skywalker and the notably surnameless Rey. Anyhow, it feels like that particular avenue might be closing off, so perhaps she’s not a Skywalker, but a Kenobi (she’s probably not an Organa, as that might have come up in conversation with Princess Leia in ‘The Force Awakens’).
It’s been a big weekend for ‘Star Wars’ fans at Celebration Europe. The annual ‘Star Wars’ event has given us a new ‘Rogue One’ trailer, the official announcement that Alden Ehrenreich will be Han Solo, and even a few teasery hints at what might happen in the future of the ‘Star Wars’ saga. Although many ‘Star Wars’ fans had expected a title reveal, it looks as though that particular nugget of info is being kept firmly under wraps.
According to ‘Star Wars 8’ director Rian Johnson, the upcoming sequel will head back to Luke Skywalker’s remote hideout… after all, everyone wants to know exactly what happens next. “I wanted to break a long-standing ‘Star Wars’ tradition.
You’d think Star Wars aficionados would have enough on their plates worrying about whether ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ is going to wind up being darker than a ‘dining in the dark’ dinner date with Darth Vader. If Rian Johnson and his team are looking for a plot twist to match up to Darth Vader’s heart-stopping shocker from 1980’s ‘Empire Strikes Back’, they could do worse than borrow this little nugget from Reddit user LouEvilOne.
It looks as though ‘Star Wars 8’ has almost finished shooting. According to an image posted by director Rian Johnson, filming is “in the home stretch,” for the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ sequel… and the image might give us some idea of what to expect. Although the picture doesn’t exactly reveal an awful lot, the Jedi-looking robe is likely to be Luke Skywalker’s – after all, he was seen sporting something rather similar at the end of ‘The Force Awakens’.
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Kylo Ren’s Dark Side chums may return in ‘Star Wars 8’. According to Jason Ward from Making Star Wars, the Knights of Ren – first seen in ‘The Force Awakens’ – could be back in the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ sequel.