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New Star Wars Rebels Short: ‘Not What You Think’ Featuring Ezra Bridger September is here, which means next month your first look at the new Star Wars universe arrives. Star Wars Rebels premieres on Disney Channel October 3 before assuming its regular slot October 13 on Disney XD. Yes, the show – which is set between Episodes III and IV – is mostly aimed at kids, but it also sets up a lot of what we can expect from Star Wars in the days, months and years ahead. What I mean is, Rebels – and likely the upcoming movies – are going to explore tangents fans may have thought about, but never got to see.


Star Wars: A New Dawn Review

IGN Movies - Sat, 2014-08-30 09:00

Star Wars: A New Dawn Review While there’s a clear attempt to emulate the subtitle to the original Star Wars film, A New Hope, with the new book, Star Wars: A New Dawn, there’s a lot of reasons that title fits. Not just storywise – though it does tie into the themes of the book – but also because A New Dawn marks the start of a big new direction for Star Wars. With Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm, and work underway on multiple new Star Wars movies, the decision was made to officially decree that the previous novels and other stories that fell under the “expanded universe” heading were not part of canon.

Avengers 2's Elizabeth Olsen Up for King Arthur Godzilla and Oldboy actress Elizabeth Olsen is reportedly circling director Guy Ritchie's King Arthur movie. Variety says Olsen -- soon to be seen as Scarlet Witch in Marvel's The Avengers: Age of Ultron -- "is the frontrunner for the female lead." Curiously, they don't say whether or not that character is Queen Guinevere. Charlie Hunnam is in line to play the title role and Idris Elba is on board to play a Merlin-like mentor to Arthur.

WookieeLeaks: 'Star Wars: Episode 7′ Resumes Filming as a Familiar Villain is Revealed ScreenCrush’s WookieLeaks is a weekly roundup of everything 'Star Wars'! From 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' to the upcoming spinoffs and the TV shows, if it pertains to that long ago, far away galaxy, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, 'Star Wars: Episode 7' resumes filming, an old bad guy prepares a comeback, and 'Star Wars Rebels' reveals a new clip. Continue reading…


‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Resumes Production After Harrison Ford Injury – After taking a hiatus for several weeks from filming, J.J. Abrams has resumed production on “Star Wars: Episode VII” in the U.K. The break was taken for holiday in August when many Europeans take time off, and also allowed for Harrison Ford to recover from the broken leg he suffered while filming in May. 4 days 20 hours ago via jackiechan

Ahead of its September 6 world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Simon Pegg released a unique motion poster for the thriller Kill Me Three Times on his Twitter page earlier this week. Take a look at the animated action, which features co-stars Alice Braga, Teresa Palmer, Sullivan Stapleton, Callan Mulvey and Luke Hemsworth, then read on for more details...Ooh ooh check it out! Coming to a Toronto Film Festival near you.


'November Man' Star Teases 'Point Break' Remake: "I Am Giving It Everything I've Got" – Is fighting James Bond or rebooting a beloved movie a scarier prospect for an actor? 5 days 23 hours ago via theothersenhman

Why Superman and Batman may lose the war to Marvel before they even begin – Warner Bros. has ambitious plans for their superhero properties, but have they put a rule in place for all of the DC movies that has already given Marvel's flawed-but-lovable heroes the upper hand? 6 days 18 hours ago via jackiechan

In Straight Outta Compton With filming well underway, director F. Gary Gray is slowly filling out the supporting roles in N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. And he’s found a prime candidate to play the young Snoop Dogg in the film, landing on Short Term 12’s Keith Stanfield.Stanfield, who showed off his rap chops in the indie drama, will be Calvin Broadus Jr., better known to the wider world as Snoop Dogg, who crosses paths with the rappers during their rise.Straight Outta Compton will chart the growth of a rap collective that boasted Ice Cube, Dr.

Here is the trailer for the Sasquatch found footage horror movie Exists Back in 1999, Eduardo Sanchez looked like he was going to be the next big thing after the huge success of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT. While he has worked steadily in the last 15 years, he has yet to attain that same level of critical or box office success. Lionsgate looks to be taking another chance on Sanchez and his brand of found footage horror with this fall's EXISTS. Where THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT... Read More...

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