Rick Heinrichs, the production designer on 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' says he fully supports the direction Rian Johnson took the franchise, and thinks we've not seen the last of Luke Skywalker just yet.
There's no truer commitment to Star Wars than watching the newest movie while actually in space. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are planning a special screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi while orbiting the Earth. This is a much more enticing option than the previously screened Gravity . SEE ALSO: Critics swoon over 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' I received confirmation from Disney and NASA sources that the crew aboard the International Space Station will be screening Star Wars: The Last Jedi.More details soon. — Robin Seemangal (@nova_road) December 12, 2017 We don't know exactly when or how, but a NASA representative confirmed to Mashable that the ISS crew will indeed watch The Last Jedi . "They typically get movies as digital files and can play them back on a laptop or a standard projector that is currently aboard," NASA's Dan Huot told Mashable. Star Wars isn't the most accurate franchise when it comes to space travel, but it's also set a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. The technology and physics feel far more removed from our known universe and scientific law, while a movie like Gravity or The Martian feels too close to home — especially if you're a long way from it. Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases Dec. 15. WATCH: 6 innovative design concepts that helped make ‘Star Wars’ a massive success
The Force is seriously powerful financially, with Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” tracking to deliver about $425 million worldwide in its opening weekend.
The review embargo has now officially lifted so, without spoilers, here are the 8 most exciting things you need to know about Star Wars 8.
There may have been stormtroopers and celebrities out in force, but it was the All-Terrain Armoured Transport which stole the show at yesterday's world premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
When George Lucas was casting for ‘Star Wars’ he auditioned nearly every up-and-coming actor in Hollywood. Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Kurt Russell, Sissy Spacek, all passed through his audition room before he eventually plumped for Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and a carpenter named Harrison Ford. Those starlets went on to achieve superstardom thanks to Lucas, but they weren’t the only icons to feature in the ‘Star Wars’ films. Here’s some thespians you never realised journeyed to that galaxy far, far away. Read more First Star Wars 8 trailer Lando not returning in Star Wars 8 Actors who hated being in Star Wars
With “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” hitting theaters soon and several other “Star Wars” projects in the works, Disney held a secret Star Wars press junket in Los Angeles Sunday to promote the upcoming film. Like everything Disney does, the junket was a huge event and members of the press were treated to a panel featuring […]
YouTuber Colin Furze constructed a full-scale version of a TIE Silencer using parts completely sourced from eBay.
It sounds like Star Wars will continue with its tradition of limb-slicing fantasy violence in Episode 8, as Star Wars: The Last Jedi has received a 12A classification.
Rumours of a Lando Calrissian cameo in Star Wars: The Last Jedi seem to be completely unfounded as director confirms he won't appear.