If you are a fan of Superman than you will be overjoyed that Warner Bros. is moving forward with a new movie, just not with Henry Cavill.
With no major movies due to hit theaters until 2021 I dusted off a podcast that got lost because of life as we look back ten months later at the conclusion of the Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
J.J. Abrams was able to convince one actor to return one last time for an emotional scene in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. How did he do it? (Potential Spoilers)
Disney and Lucasfilm released the final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on Monday night but did it meet expectations?
If you’re excited to see final movie in the Skywalker saga then you will want to check out Vanity Fair’s extensive look behind the scenes of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Disney and Lucasfilm released the first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated concluding chapter of the Skywalker saga.
Friday night at the Los Angeles Star Trek fan event J.J. Abrams made an announcement regarding the lawsuit that Paramount and CBS have against the fan funded Star Trek film over at Axanar.
Did you see Star Wars: The Force Awakens at the theater? What am I asking of course you have and if you haven’t then you have an opportunity to become one with the force.
In a recent online interview director J.J. Abrams talked about one of the biggest decisions made while writing what would become the biggest box office movie in U.S. history.
It would seem what’s showing in front of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is becoming as big and as important as episode VII it self.
Saturday at Disney’s D23 Convention it was pretty well known going in not to expect a lot of new material if any to be given out on “The Force Awakens”, but they did give fans a few pieces of information.
It’s been well documented since 1983 how Harrison Ford felt about Star Wars and now we get a small insight what it was like on the set with Ford back as Han Solo.
The last Podcast for 2014 is online and ready. Join my guest James as he and I discuss the movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, J.J. Abrams and his Star Wars and Star Trek reboot.
Paramount after booting Roberto Orci from the directors chair a little over two weeks ago has now decided on a new director to helm the third instalment of the rebooted sci-fi franchise.
I realize the images of these new trading cards were revealed on Thursday, but my patience’s paid off as now you can see them in a nice high-resolution and no annoying Entertainment Weekly water mark.
If your wanting to remain an Episode VII virgin, for better lack of words, then you may NOT want to go any further as some possible new concept images may have been leaked. POSSIBLE SPOILER
If you’re a fan of Star Trek II The Wrath of Kahn and Star VI The Undiscovered Country then you very familiar with the director of both of those movies, Nicholas Meyer.
William Shatner tweeted out that nobody contacted him about Star Trek 3, when it was rumored he had been asked about possibly appearing in the next Star Trek movie. Apparently the rumors might have actually been correct.
For a highly anticipated movie like Star Wars: Episode VII you would think any kind of news or images would be almost non existent especially with those closest to the production not talking.
Paramount Home Entertainment announced a deluxe, four-disc release of 2009’s Star Trek and 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness, set for release this September, containing every produced material missing from Into Darkness release.
After J.J. Abrams has completed his duties on Episode VII, Rian Johnson, who directed Looper, will take over the franchise set in a galaxy far, far away.
After a seven year absence from the big screen Star Trek warped back onto the big screen on May 8th 2009 making today its fifth anniversary of its release in the U.S.
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.
Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn recently spoke at Loyola Marymount University and According to Mr. Horn, casting is for the most part done and locked down, but also filming has already begun.