In a few days, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to conquer the Earth. And where else can it go next but the stars?
Rian Johnson’s entry into the sci-fi saga will live up to its name by traveling far, far away — 220 miles into space, to be exact. The astronauts on the International Space Station will receive a special screening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi to coincide with the film’s release this week.
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Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 by Angie Han
We don’t need to tell you that this is a big, big week for Star Wars Episode VII news, starting with the cast announcement yesterday and ending with Star Wars Day on Sunday. After the jump:
- How did J.J. Abrams manage to pull that cast together?
- Episode VII won’t keep Adam Driver from Girls
- Stephen Colbert is not happy with that table read photo
- Could Star Wars Episode VII cross the $2 billion mark?
- Read all about the Star Wars sequel that never was
- See new images from The Goldbergs‘ Star Wars episode
- NASA delivers a special May 4 message with R2-D2’s help
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Think of all the ridiculous, crazy things you’ve ever seen in science fiction movies: X-Wing Fighters flying through trenches, aliens bleeding acid blood, giant robots that transform into cars. Take all of those things into consideration and then realize this. NASA has named Roland Emmerich‘s film 2012 the least plausible science fiction movie ever made. They also made an inverse list, naming Andrew Niccol‘s Gattaca as the most plausible science fiction movie ever made. Want to know what else is on each list? You’ve gotta hit the jump. Read More »