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SPOILERS: ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY - 7 Things It Got Right & 3 Things It Got Wrong var l_ttlPages = 10; var l_url = location.pathname.replace(location.hash, ""); var qs = (function(a) { if (a == "") return {}; var b = {}; for (var i = 0; i 2 && l_page Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is finally in theaters, and, well, it's pretty f***ing amazing (you can read my review by clicking here). However, like most movies, it's not entirely perfect, and there are almost as many things that didn't work as those that did.

‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Is Getting Into Your Uber The Force will be with people who need a ride next week, thanks to a collaboration between Disney and Uber. As part of a promotion for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” which hits theaters Dec. 16, Uber riders will be able to add a “Star Wars” theme to the app. Users who opt in will get exclusive curated video within the app, and the black car icons on the Uber map will turn into X-wing starfighters. Uber riders in hundreds of cities around the world will get a chance to opt into the program from Dec. 12 through Dec.

Star Wars: Rogue One Director Discusses Darth Vader & Orson Krennic Rogue One: A Star Wars Story  could prove to be the first in a long line of Star Wars “Anthology” films that are not part of the franchise’s central storyline (which continues in 2017 with Star Wars: Episode VIII). A second Star Wars spinoff is already moving forward in the form of directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s Han Solo movie, featuring Alden Ehrenreich (Hail, Caesar!) and Donald Glover (Atlanta) as a young Han Solo and Lando Calrissian, respectively.

Star Wars 7 Deleted Scene: Unkar Plutt Upsets Chewie Though Star Wars: The Force Awakens is nearly a year old, Lucasfilm still isn’t done milking their monumental blockbuster for all it’s worth. The film will receive a special 3D Blu-ray release in November, and as a selling point, it will include numerous bonus features that were not available on the initial home media release this spring. No doubt, that move upset many fans who purchased a copy back in April, but it’s a shrewd (yet sneaky) business decision on the part of the studio.

‘Finding Dory’ Crosses $1 Billion at Box Office Having now earned $485 million domestically and $517 million overseas, Disney-Pixar’s “Finding Dory” crossed $1 billion globally on Sunday. The animated feature is Pixar’s second billion-dollar title, along with “Toy Story 3,” and The Walt Disney Studios’ fourth billion-dollar film in the past year. “Dory” is now the fifth highest grossing animated film of all time globally. Also Read: 'Birth of a Nation' Flops as 'Girl on the Train' Wins Weekend Box Office The film was among only three of this summer’s many sequ

Mike Colter Talks Marvel Security And Who He Beat Out To Play Luke Cage Mike Colter, star of Marvel’s Luke Cage, visited with Conan O’Brien and talked about the incredible level of security Marvel has for their scripts. There is also a silly moment where who he might’ve beaten out for the role comes us… or not, but it would made for a very different series. Mike Colter Talks Marvel Security And Who He Beat Out To Play Luke Cage

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Here's The Latest Update On A Live-Action STAR WARS TV Show! For years, we've heard that a Star Wars television show could be a thing. First it was from George Lucas himself, who had said he'd written a ton of scripts and that he wanted to produce the series independently before shopping it to networks. Then, at around the time that Disney purchased LucasFilm, chatter about the show came up again. After all, Disney is a monolith of a company with ties to many TV networks and a wealth of resources at its disposal.

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