Dan Mumford Star Wars The Last Jedi Prints

Now that Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available for us all to enjoy over and over again at home, the movie is ripe for artwork tributes. Since artist Dan Mumford delivered a fantastic set of prints commemorating Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we’re glad to see he’s back with another set of prints for Rian Johnson’s chapter in the Star Wars saga. There are four in total, paying tribute to four iconic locations and moments from the sequel. Check out all the Dan Mumford Star Wars The Last Jedi prints below. Read More »

After Star Wars The Last Jedi

What happens next in the Star Wars universe? We thought we’d have to wait until J.J. Abrams’ still-untitled Star Wars: Episode 9 to find out, but now a new comic book will show us what happens right after Star Wars The Last Jedi, and it involves Rey, Finn, Poe, and BB-8 hanging out together for the first time.
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Luke in Episode 9

Mark Hamill is always down to talk about Star Wars, and he’s never afraid to voice his opinions on the franchise. In a new interview, Hamill offers some new thoughts on The Last Jedi, the prospect of seeing Luke in Episode 9 , and more.

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solo reshoots

In this edition of Star Wars Bits:

  • Mark Hamill shares his preferred Star Wars viewing order
  • Solo press tour begins
  • Therm Scissorpunch makes his (its?) debut
  • Frank Oz opens up about Yoda
  • And much more!

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2017 most profitable movies

Box office reports are easy to parse through, but what about the overall net profit of a movie? And when you factor in production and marketing costs, what do the lists of highest-grossing movies really look like?

According to the new reports about the 2017 most profitable movies, not too different than what you’d expect.

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J.J. Abrams Rey's Parents

We all know the story by now: Star Wars: The Force Awakens introduced us to Rey (Daisy Ridley), a young woman who was abandoned by her parents on Jakku to live the life of a scavenger. She’s eventually swept into galactic action, but the question of her parentage loomed large over the film.

Star Wars fandom spent two years speculating about who her parents were, until Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi gave a definitive answer: they were no one of any importance. But now Simon Pegg, who played a role in The Force Awakens and is a longtime collaborator of writer/director J.J. Abrams, says Abrams’ initial plan for Rey’s parents was very different. Read More »

Last Jedi Rian Johnson

Four months after the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the outrage against it still hasn’t died down in some circles. But director Rian Johnson won’t let that bother him.

In a new interview, Johnson addressed the polarizing elements in Last Jedi that rejected the mythology of the Star Wars franchise and angered some fans. Those choices earned him more than a few death threats, but they also earned him plenty of positive feedback that helped soothe the sting of the outpouring of hate. And it’s thanks to those positive fans that Johnson is able to say that he’s proud of the work he did.

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Star Wars The Last Jedi Milk Creature Featurette

The home video release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi (now available on Blu-ray and DVD) gives fans an in-depth look behind the scenes of the making of the latest chapter in the sci-fi saga by way of the feature length documentary The Director and the Jedi. But there’s one piece of production that fans have been dying to know more about: the seaside creature where Luke Skywalker gets his delicious green milk.

A new Star Wars: The Last Jedi featurette takes a close look at the creation of the creature known as the Thala-Siren. The creation of any new alien in the Star Wars universe is an extensive process, but this featurette shows how much thought went into the creation of this key species, especially when it comes to where the green milk comes from. Read More »

There may be a dozen featurettes and documentaries out right now that give you a taste of what it’s like to be on the Star Wars: The Last Jedi set, but none let you set foot on it. Until now.

A Star Wars VR set video has been released that gives you an idea of what it’s like to step onto the set of The Last Jedi. The Star Wars VR video allows you to walk alongside BB-8, dive into the salty trenches of Crait, and most importantly, sit in the orchestra itself as legendary composer John Williams scores the film. Get your VR goggles out, this is going to be an out-of-this-world experience.

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In this edition of Star Wars Bits:

  • Some exciting new additions to canon from an unexpected source
  • Frank Oz talks about Yoda’s future in the Star Wars universe
  • Some galactic experts discuss an explosive theory about Kylo Ren
  • Some stunning looks behind the scenes at Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  • And much more!

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