Again, we are only reporting what someone told the site, but they ve been very accurate in the past.Here goes: According to the site, at least seven actors in full black costumes were seen on an Irish hillside, along with Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, and Mark Hamill.Yes, it s the Knights of Ren, lead by Kylo Ren, taking on Rey and Luke.Kylo challenges Rey, still angered at their last encounter, while the rest of the Knights go after Luke.Then he goes after Kylo.How long have we been waiting to see Luke Skywalker, at his full Jedi powers, kicking ass?
Again, we are only reporting what someone told the site, but they ve been very accurate in the past.SPOILER WARNINGHere goes: According to the site, at least seven actors in full black costumes were seen on an Irish hillside, along with Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, and Mark Hamill.Yes, it s the Knights of Ren, lead by Kylo Ren, taking on Rey and Luke.Kylo challenges Rey, still angered at their last encounter, while the rest of the Knights go after Luke.Then he goes after Kylo.How long have we been waiting to see Luke Skywalker, at his full Jedi powers, kicking ass?
Again, we are only reporting what someone told the site, but they ve been very accurate in the past.SPOILER WARNINGHere goes: According to the site, at least seven actors in full black costumes were seen on an Irish hillside, along with Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, and Mark Hamill.Yes, it s the Knights of Ren, lead by Kylo Ren, taking on Rey and Luke.Kylo challenges Rey, still angered at their last encounter, while the rest of the Knights go after Luke.Then he goes after Kylo.How long have we been waiting to see Luke Skywalker, at his full Jedi powers, kicking ass?
LucasfilmNow that Rian Johnson s Star Wars: Episode VIII is filming mostly under cloak and dagger and Rogue One is going through post-production, things should be quiet in the world of Star Wars.The Real Deal: As far as spoiler-filled leaks go, this was the motherlode: the catalog for publishers Media Lab Books revealed pages from the upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story—The Official Visual Story Guide last week, divulging all manner of information about the anthology film hitting theaters in December.This doesn t mean that there won t be a Rogue One comic—Marvel has officially only released information on single issues through August, which gives them some time to reassess and announce without theoretically missing a beat—but it does suggest that plans are changing in some form or another.Sorry, ShippersSource: Mr. FN-2187 himself, crushing dreams while visiting CannesProbability of Accuracy: It s coming straight from the stormtrooper s mouth, so this is obviously legit, if not necessarily legitimately obvious.Now We Have More to Thank Oscar Isaac ForSource: A magazine profile of the Resistance s most dreamy pilotProbability of Accuracy: As true as Poe Dameron s aim.That said, Fall of the Resistance does fall in line with the four word subtitle that is almost a plot synopsis where things go wrong for the heroes pattern of the middle features in the other two trilogies… Right now, file under Interesting.
One of the most jaw-dropping shots of the first trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was a group of Imperial walkers storming a beach.They obviously weren t the same as the AT-ATs from The Empire Strikes Back, but what were they?The latest episode of The Star Wars Show embedded below revealed the walkers are called AT-ACTs, which stands for All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport.The show also confirmed the black troopers in the trailer are Death Troopers, and revealed the Shore Trooper, which looks like this.Those reveals came from the key art for Star Wars Celebration Europe, which takes place in July, which you can see here.Here s the full episode, which starts with a nice scene from the set of Episode VIII.
Oblivion State is a British urban exploration forum, and several of its members came across a really exciting find: the Millennium Falcon film set for the upcoming eighth Star Wars film.A group of the members heard some rumors that Rian Johnson s sequel was filming in the area, and went out looking.Once they discovered the fastest ship in the galaxy, they took some incredible pictures, and posted them to a forum thread:
Oblivion State is a British urban exploration forum, and several of its members came across a really exciting find: the Millennium Falcon film set for the upcoming eighth Star Wars film.A group of the members heard some rumours that Rian Johnson s sequel was filming in the area, and went out looking.Once they discovered the fastest ship in the galaxy, they took some incredible pictures, and posted them to a forum thread:Great photos of the Falcon & Set from Star Wars: Episode VIII!StarWars StarWarsVIII https://t.co/OimDaWuqQs pic.twitter.com/wscUBPeIpc
There is still a year-and-a-half to go till Star Wars: Episode VIII arrives in theaters, which means that fans are left with ample time to speculate on what lies ahead in the famed film franchise.Directed Rian Johnson provided a fresh hint to obsess over on Thursday when he posted a new set photo on Tumblr.At this point, principal photography is thought to be nearly complete, according to Cnet.If you kill off Luke, I will never speak to you again!DontBeLikeJJ— Jenny Wilson @JennyWilson64 June 9, 2016Meanwhile, still other fans are convinced that the robe belongs to Rey Daisy Ridley , and that he is either training her and/or is her father.Luke s robe is Rey s parent CONFIRMED, wrote user Steve Soltis.
Norman Reedus is back to hype up The Walking Dead s next season.Star Wars: Episode VIIIRian Johnson has taken to Tumblr to release another set photo, announcing that the film is entering the final stages of production.You come in as, just the whole idea of coming in as Thanos, period — sitting down and saying, What do you want me to do?Agents of SHIELDSpeaking to Entertainment Weekly, Clark Gregg teases what the next season of the show will be like now that Coulson has been demoted from SHIELD director to agent again, and what effects Civil War will have had on SHIELD as an organization:Since it s clear that Coulson is Team Cap, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen have fiendishly put Coulson on the spot, because Hive Brett Dalton turned out to be the living embodiment of all the reasons why you would be afraid of Inhumans.The Walking DeadPersistent hype man Norman Reedus is back again, this time saying that the seventh season of the show will answer all of its mysteries:It s well worth the wait, that cliffhanger, I will say that.IGN Game of ThronesA gallery of images from the next episode, No One, has been released—head to the link to see more.
At the time, you weren t too far removed from your well-received indie films Moon and Source Code, and said that as a director you hope that when you get the chance to make films, you really get the chance to create fantasy, and in Warcraft, I actually get to create a world.Granted, orcs and humans fighting over the future of Azeroth isn t a warm and fuzzy concept, but the result is still lifeless.As for why this happened, a cynic might say money, and that might be true—the movie did already make $46 million dollars in one day in China—but I think there s something more to it than that.Having seen a good number of your indie brethren move on to blockbuster franchises—Colin Trevorrow, Rian Johnson, Gareth Edwards—you were surely aware of the pitfalls of the adaptation/sequel/reboot game.As much as Jackson s Hobbit movies felt like overkill, they still had compelling characters and a story.Warcraft, like the others before it, takes that control away—and while your directorial hands are capable, they re still not ours.
Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter in the TV series Hannibal.It s possible that we should just get used to the silence for a couple weeks—with Comic-Con International a month away, it s likely that any big news will be held until then.The Real Deal: According to an anonymous poster on the IMDb forums of all places, Episode VIII is not going to reveal that Luke Skywalker is Rey s father—and, for that matter, neither will Episode IX.Two things about this rumor are telling: firstly, that Rey literally is given the destiny of Anakin Skywalker in the prequel trilogy Hopefully, she ll escape that whole dark side thing , and secondly, the origin of the Jedi Order references a special Force-sensitive tree, which ties it to both the animated Clone Wars series and last year s Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Shattered Empire comic book series.Does that suggest that there s a grand scheme being slowly unveiled and this rumor is genuine, or that whoever made it up had just watched Clone Wars on Netflix before writing this post?No details about the mission were released, but it s almost certainly not going to be a quiet trek around the galaxy.
The first Star Wars spin off, Rogue One, is sitting just over the horizon, Han Solo has been recast and Disney's Star Wars revival is in full, ahem...force.But it's the numbered, core-series sequels that everyone's most interested in, and Mr Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill has just given us all an update on how Episode VIII is coming along.According to the freshly-beardy Jedi, shooting is almost complete for Rian Johnson's follow up to J.J. Abrams' The Force Awakens, with production set to wrap on July 22nd.In answer to a Star Wars fan's plea for some fresh Episode VIII info, Hamill tweeted:Though there may be just three weeks of filming left to go, that by no means indicates the film is in any way complete.Plenty of post-processing and CGI work will still need to be done, while it's not uncommon for reshoots to take place once a rough-cut edit of a film has been put together.
The first Star Wars spin off, Rogue One, is sitting just over the horizon, Han Solo has been recast and Disney's Star Wars revival is in full, ahem...force.But it's the numbered, core-series sequels that everyone's most interested in, and Mr Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill has just given us all an update on how Episode VIII is coming along.According to the freshly-beardy Jedi, shooting is almost complete for Rian Johnson's follow up to J.J. Abrams' The Force Awakens, with production set to wrap on July 22nd.In answer to a Star Wars fan's plea for some fresh Episode VIII info, Hamill tweeted:Though there may be just three weeks of filming left to go, that by no means indicates the film is in any way complete.Plenty of post-processing and CGI work will still need to be done, while it's not uncommon for reshoots to take place once a rough-cut edit of a film has been put together.
When will Star Wars Episode 8 rumours end, and the film finally answer these burning questions?To say Star Wars: The Force Awakens ended by asking more questions than it answered is a bit like describing World War II as a bit of a kerfuffle .Unfortunately, there is still some time to go until the release of the as-yet-untitled Episode VIII – but details are starting to emerge from official channels, leaks and from endless fan speculation.So if you haven t seen the former and want to go in blind for the latter, go hum the theme tune or something instead.The thinking appears to be that he ll stay involved and play a role similar to Kevin Feige with the Marvel Cinematic Universe – helping shape the overall narrative and franchise, but leaving camera pointing up to other directors.Stepping into the director s chair is Rian Johnson.
When will Star Wars Episode 8 rumours end, and the film finally answer these burning questions?To say Star Wars: The Force Awakens ended by asking more questions than it answered is a bit like describing World War II as a bit of a kerfuffle .Unfortunately, there is still some time to go until the release of the as-yet-untitled Episode VIII – but details are starting to emerge from official channels, leaks and from endless fan speculation.So if you haven t seen the former and want to go in blind for the latter, go hum the theme tune or something instead.The thinking appears to be that he ll stay involved and play a role similar to Kevin Feige with the Marvel Cinematic Universe – helping shape the overall narrative and franchise, but leaving camera pointing up to other directors.Stepping into the director s chair is Rian Johnson.
This weekend, a galaxy far, far away comes to London, England, for Star Wars Celebration Europe.There s a good chance he ll show some kind of very, very teaser-y footage from the film like the announcement video above but what we really expect is the film s title.We re further than that from Episode VIII it opens December 2017 , but it s a simple piece of information that fans would go absolutely nuts over while not taking away from the main focus of the convention, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.In addition to Rian Johnson, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are going to be at Celebration to talk about their 2018 Star Wars Story focusing on Han Solo.We expect Ehrenreich will be revealed as the young Han, be on hand, and maybe even talk about the role.Is it really a Boba Fett movie written by Simon Kinberg?
Star Wars Celebration Europe is over and while we didn t get a title for Episode VIII like we hoped, we still learned a few things about the film from writer/director Rian Johnson.1 Production started while Episode VII was still being made.So while VIII is beholden to what happens in VII, Johnson got that information not from the finished movie, but the script and the dallies.Additionally, with VIII mere days away from completion, director Colin Trevorrow is well into preparation for Episode IX.Before production began, Rian made some of the Lucasfilm staff watch a series of movies to give them an idea of his vision for the movie, including the tone.Johnson says that 12 O Clock High in particular matches the feel he s going for in the film
Star Wars Celebration Europe is over and while we didn t get a title for Episode 8 like we hoped, we still learned a few things about the film from writer/director Rian Johnson.Related: Star Wars Episode 8 Rumours, Trailers, Leaks and Cast News So Far1 Production started while Episode 7 was still being madeBecause the turnaround for the movies is so fast, Johnson was working on Episode 7 long before anyone saw VII.So while Episode 8 is beholden to what happens in number 7, Johnson got that information not from the finished movie, but the script and the dallies.Additionally, with 8 mere days away from completion, director Colin Trevorrow is well into preparation for Episode 9.
Director Rian Johnson s take on the Star Wars anthology, Episode VIII, may seem like a distant point in a galaxy far, far away, but make no mistake — December 15, 2017 will be here before you know it.As such, we re loading up this bastion ofStar Wars lore with all the news, rumors, and clandestine whispers we can find to help you analyze the details and get you geared up for the big night.Keep in mind that this post does contain some spoilers, so if you re looking to head into theaters in blissful ignorance, turn back now.It s all Episode VIII from here on out, so stop searching your feelings, and follow us below.Johnson — the director of Looper, Brick, and three episodes of Breaking Bad — signed on in 2014 to write and direct Episode VIII, as well as to provide a film treatment for Episode IX to be directed by Jurassic World s Colin Trevorrow .Though legitimate leaks from Disney or from the film s set are few and far between — in fact, the Star Wars team reportedly hired out drone operators to prevent unauthorized drones from capturing on-set footage in Croatia — Johnson s Tumblr page provides some photographic insights into the film s production timeline.
Instead, the last few days have brought updates on Star Wars: Episode VIII, Rogue One, and just how many young Han Solo movies we re going to see over the next few years.Absolutely no Bothans died to bring us this information, but we re going to refrain from making any similar boasts about Jawas this time around.Does That Mean It ll Get a Title Soon?The Real Deal: As revealed on Twitter, Rian Johnson is about to move from the studio to the editing bay, because Star Wars: Episode VIII has wrapped initial production:Final slate of the final shot.Everyone suspected a title release at Star Wars Celebration Europe, but that never happened, and Comic-Con passed without even a hint.
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