Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theatres on December 18, 2015.
It’s pretty much a perfect parody of everything wrong with the Special Editions. And the prequels.
Something, something, awakens.
These Snapchats are strong with the Force.
Never-before-seen hand-painted posters by John Alvin.
These belong in a museum.
Just remember, life is not a race. It only feels that way.
Did people age faster a long time ago in a galaxy far away?
Based on this amazing post by Tanner Ringerud.
Things would’ve been really different if Toy Story was called Toyz in the Hood.
Incredible illustrations by artist Ralph McQuarrie. Not a trap.
From Cindy Crawford’s big ’80s hair, to Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams hanging out with the author of The Notebook, it’s #Throwback Thursday!
Focusing on the 19 major planets and moons from the film’s series. I want to go to there.
If you get Jar Jar, you lose.
My only question: How do I get on Lucas’ mailing list?!
Max Dalton’s creation certainly is the poster you are looking for.
Just give up now, disaffected youths. H/t to Toyko Desu.
New book The Making Of Return Of The Jedi takes us behind the scenes of the classic three-quel.
Watch this and you’ll never touch a razor again.
“I remember when I first saw Star Wars … It used to be you’d see, like, the string on the little model spaceship.”
This clip might be almost as embarrassing as the Star Wars Holiday Special or the prequels.
The Oscar-winning director says it’s up to audiences to fight against doomsday scenarios laid out by his friends George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. Also: details on the film debut of Twitter’s Biz Stone.
Plus a liquid-nitrogen pool party gone predictably wrong, the greatest possible Wet Hot American Summer supercut, and the story of a graphic designer’s incredibly heartwarming tattoo.
Hamill talks about “George’s movie,” leaking information, and why he’s apprehensive about the new installments to the franchise.
Following news that Episode VII is to be filmed in England, a few highlights from this wonderful b3ta Photoshop challenge.
Behold, the most efficient way to catch up on the entire franchise. Jar Jar Binks is easier to take if you are watching Darth Vader fight Obi-Wan Kenobi at the same time.
Congratulations! The 68-year-old director finally popped the question to Mellody Hobson, his girlfriend of almost a decade.
Mergers lead to hate. Hate leads to anger. Anger gives way to hope. The Internet is torn between loathing of corporate takeover and wishing for a better future for the franchise.