Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Star wars 7

  • 'Star Wars' 7 may bring new hope, but also letdown

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Darth Vader is dead. The evil Emperor exploded after being thrown down a shaft. And Luke Skywalker and his allies destroyed both Death Stars, restoring balance to the Force. For The Walt Disney Co., the prospective new owner of ...

  • Star Wars 7 Won't Be Directed by Brad Bird, but He'll Be "First in Line" to See it

    Brad Bird, the Oscar-winning filmmaker behind Pixar's The Incredibles and Ratatouille who made his live-action debut with Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, has taken himself out of the running from shepherding Star Wars: Episode VII to the big screen.

  • Brad Bird denies he's directing 'Star Wars 7'

    ... Star Wars: Episode VII movie for Disney/Lucasfilm. Last month (October 31), Disney announced plans to make a new series of Star Wars films after buying Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion (£2.5 billion), with Episode VII supposedly earmarked for release in ...

  • Star Wars 7 Casting: Carrie Fisher Just Kidding About Being in New Movie!

    You must be reading the reports stemming from a book signing Fisher did in Cherry Hill, NJ this week. At the signing, a fan from TheForce.

  • Star Wars Episode 7 news, updates, release date: What we know so far

    George Lucas made a $4 billion deal with Disney for the acquisition of Lucasfilm , and the company promises to release at least three more Star Wars films, including Star Wars Episode 7 in 2015. Photographer: AP GraphicsBank. Copyright Associated Press ...

  • Lando Calrissian Reportedly Will Return to 'Star Wars Episode 7'

    Another day means another report surrounding Disney/Lucasfilm's "Star Wars Episode 7" project. While it hasn't been confirmed whether or not Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo will appear in the new film, a new rumor suggesting that another ...

  • 'Star Wars: Episode 7' - Brad Bird Rules Himself Out as Director

    Add 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol' helmer Brad Bird to the list of names who have taken themselves out of the running for the 'Star Wars: Episode 7′ director's spot. Bird joins the ranks of Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams and Brenda Chapman as ...

  • 'Star Wars Episode 7': Peter Serafinowicz wants role

    Exclusive: 'Star Wars Episode 7': Peter Serafinowicz wants role. Published Monday, Nov 19 2012, 9:00am EST | By Mayer Nissim | 13 comments.

  • Could Lando be a returning character in Star Wars Episode 7?

    Inevitably, rumours and theories have been flying around like confetti in the wake of the news that Star Wars Episode 7 is being planned by the newly purchased Lucasfilm. Many of these rumours are lacking in substance to say the least, but one news ...

  • Colin Trevorrow and the growing Star Wars Episode 7 rumours

    There's a theory, and it's one that makes sense, that even at the point where Disney made its announcement that it was snapping up Lucasfilm, it already had the director for Star Wars Episode VII in place. After all, screenwriter Michael Arndt was ...

  • Star Wars Episode 7 cast begins to assemble

    We've begun our long in-depth search through the waves of both legitimate and falsified information coming in surrounding Star Wars Episode VII, the first in a series of three films born of Disney's recent acquisition of Lucasfilm. What we're seeing ...

  • Star Wars: Episode VII Rumor Roundup: Will Harrison Ford Return?

    With last week's news that George Lucas had sold his company to Disney - and that Disney would be making more Star Wars movies - came fans' inevitable speculation about what Episode VII will look like. With little concrete information available, ...

  • Brad Bird's Not Directing Star Wars 7

    Fans wanted him to direct the return of Star Wars - Star Wars: Episode VII - but apparently Brad Bird isn't going to take the job if it's offered.

  • Brad Bird says he won't direct 'Star Wars: Episode 7'

    The "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" helmer tweeted over the weekend that he would not be helming "Episode VII" for George Lucas, responding to a follower's direct inquiry with: "Not doing Star Wars." Sounds definitive enough. Instead, Bird ...

  • 'Star Wars 7' will need The Force to be with it

    By Gael Fashingbauer Cooper, NBC News. At first, it sounded like a typical business news story, albeit one involving two major movie names: Disney announced Tuesday that it was buying Lucasfilm.

  • Star Wars 7: Wes Anderson, Woody Allen and Michael Moore's Audition Tapes ...

    While all you nerds are arguing over who should direct Star Wars 7 (Will J.J. Abrams follow up Star Trek with another sci-fi reboot?


    Haven't quite had your STAR WARS EPISODE 7 fix, yet? I konw I haven't, despite our incessant efforts to barrage with Jedi centric news over… and over… and over.

  • Carrie Fisher set for 'Star Wars: Episode VII'? Not so fast

    Carrie Fisher has had more than a year to think about appearing in "Star Wars: Episode VII," but her involvement -- if it's happening -- isn't a done deal yet.

  • Who should play Luke, Leia and Han Solo in 'Star Wars 7'? Hollywood weighs in

    Fans were thrown into a frenzy this week when news emerged that Disney had purchased George Lucas's famed Lucasfilm for more than $4 billion, along with the announcement that audiences will not only get a seventh episode of "Star Wars," but an entire ...

  • Ben Affleck On 'Star Wars VII': 'I'm Glad I Don't Have That Job'

    Ben Affleck On 'Star Wars VII': 'I'm Glad I Don't Have That Job'. 'I'd be too busy worrying about how the action figures would look for each character to direct the actual movie,' he jokes to MTV News.

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