Star Wars The Force Awakens
Say the line!
With The Book of Boba Fett, Andor, Ahsoka, and Obi-Wan on the way at Disney+, these Star Wars characters should also see their adventures continue on the streamer.
Estos actores entendieron bien su trabajo.
"I obviously didn't get the part. That wasn't my best moment."
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How dare the Duffer Brothers even consider killing Steve Harrington.
I hope you've seen all the Avenger movies!
Every time he steps on the red carpet we SWOON.
"Sexuality in general is not something that's front of mind in any of these movies," writer-director Rian Johnson told BuzzFeed News. "I think [LGBT representation] is one element that we haven't done yet that we need to do." Warning: SPOILERS.
He was going...Han Solo.
It earned more money worldwide than Star Wars: The Force Awakens — and most of it was made internationally.
Star Wars: The Farce Continues sure has a certain charm to it.
The Force Awakens could have ended very differently tbh.
"It was during that time that I really got to look at what we had done and rethink it and then rewrite quite a bit," the Star Wars director said at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The biggest movie of the year hits torrent sites two weeks ahead of its official release.
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The June 2014 incident on the set of The Force Awakens left Ford with a broken leg.
And this time, he's doing more than just the regular ones.
But adjusting for ticket price inflation, the top spot is still far, far away for the seventh Star Wars film. (Updated with box office figures for The Force Awakens.)
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Or Mad Solo? Han Max?
Like that one in Magic Mike XXL, that other one in Jurassic World, that thing that happens to [SPOILER] in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and many more, ranked by (relative) level of shock. Obviously, ALL OF THE SPOILERS are ahead!
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Domhnall Gleeson has been everywhere in 2015, from the lethal sci-fi thriller Ex Machina to the sweet Irish romance Brooklyn, to two of the year's most anticipated movies, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Revenant. But, as the actor told BuzzFeed News, he would just as soon you only paid attention to his work, and not to him.
"Your eyes can deceive you. Don't trust them."
There has been an awakening...
UPDATED: Final box office numbers confirm that the seventh Star Wars film opened with the biggest domestic and global debuts of all time.
It's a trap if you want to avoid SPOILER ALERTS!
"If you Luke farther west.."
He loves her. She knows.
More than 2 million people bought tickets in advance for the latest Star Wars film.
Get yo Wookiee on!
Lots of screaming.
Not too shabby, J. J. Abrams.
“I put more stock into the metaphysical idea of The Force than I do in any organized religion.” All confessions via Whisper.
Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for spoilers, kid.
Han Solo drove all the way Down Under in his Millennium Ford Falcon.
#YouCanSeeBoth, unless you're broke or busy, both of which are understandable.
Sequels aren't just for getting new money out of old ideas anymore. Well, they're not just for that.
In which Rey is in a love triangle with Finn and....Han.
The jerseys will raise money for local food banks.
The Force is insanely strong with this movie.
That is, Fandango and MovieTickets.com were having a really hard time keeping up.
Where is Luke Skywalker?!
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The force is strong with these puppies.
"Female armor" only needs to be good protection for a female warrior.
That's a lot of Stormtroopers.
Lightsabers! Ewoks! Fireworks!
"Star Wars is an important part of everyone's history. It's a beautiful thing to actually be involved in it," newcomer John Boyega says in this new reel that debuted at Comic-Con.
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From the Vanity Fair cover story.
It's more than alright alright alright.
At the opening panel of the Star Wars Celebration convention in Anaheim, California, director J.J. Abrams and his cast provided a few tantalizing new revelations about the seventh Star Wars movie.
The trailer for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars sequel is careful not to show glimpses of familiar characters, but it feels like a calculated throwback just the same.
Internet, you may break now.
The "Episode VII" title is gone — the film's full title is just Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But who, or what, woke it up?