Harrison Ford while flying his vintage World War II plane reported problems before crash landing on a golf course.
Luke Skywalker and the ragtag band of rebels fighting against the Galactic Empire are fresh off their biggest victory yet-the destruction of the massive battle station known as the Death Star.
The original Marvel Comic adaptations of the Star Wars trilogy returns to comic shops in March of 2015 with new oversized graphic novels and remastered coloring. Starting with Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope.
Acme Archives is running a limited time special on select Star Wars-inspired prints now through September 15th. The limited print collection being sold is called, “Star Wars Alliance”.
Being that Star Wars Episode VII December 2015 release is so highly anticipated, it’s not surprising that Episode VII also seems like one of the most talked about movies currently being filmed and with that goes plenty of speculation of… Read More ›
In a statement released to the BBC by Ford’s publicist, it was confirmed that the star actually broke his leg, not his ankle.
With today being May 4th, Star Wars day, I thought it might be a good time to share as to why I think Harrison Ford has agreed to return to the Star Wars franchise as Han Solo.
A young Rebel meets one of the Alliance’s best for his first mission. But the young man’s hero worship is crushed by the reality of Han Solo.
The action begins in this new adventure after the destruction of the Death Star in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. Featuring Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia Organa.
Remember the scene in Star Wars where the Sith Knight traps General Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Annikin Starkiller, and the alien Han Solo—and they have to fight their way free and steal an Imperial starship? No?
Han Solo born on Corellia, was orphaned at an early age. A smuggler who achieved galactic fame as a member of the Rebel Alliance and later the New Republic.
Han Solo, Leia Organa Solo, and Luke Skywalker return in an all-new adventure, which will challenge them in ways they never expected—and forever alter their understanding of life and the Force.
Here are some stills from the Carbon Freezing Chamber in The Empire Strikes Back. One of my favorite Star Wars films of all time.