Well, that didn't take long. The 88-second teaser for the next Star Wars movie only went live on Friday (and didn't really show much!), but already we've got a number of very nice pieces of fan art not only celebrating what we saw, but guessing at what might come next.
Filming is done on the seventh Star Wars film, which today got an official name: The Force Awakens.
Uh-oh. Please take out your official Star Wars: Episode VII Salt Lick, but now that it's been officially revealed that Harrison Ford's leg is broken, the rumor is he'll be sidelined for six full months — which means the movie's either getting delayed or massively rewritten.
Veteran actor Harrison Ford has been injured on the set of Star Wars: Episode VII, hurting his ankle and having to spend a little time in hospital. The culprit? His own ship.
Three weeks ago, Disney said it had "no plans for Leia products at the Disney store." This after announcing just one new female actress in the initial casting announcement for Episode VII. The toy announcement drew considerable criticism, including a barrage of tweets tagged with #WeWantLeia. Now, Disney says Leia…
The latest installment of Star Wars is great for many reasons, but now there's one more: You can donate to charity for a chance to fly to London, meet the cast, and be in the latest film.
Earlier this week we met the cast of Star Wars Episode VII, an intriguing mix of old and new faces. Now it's up to our Photoshop-savvy readers to take those actors and put them into some Star Wars.
Wow. Lucasfilm just announced the cast of Star Wars Episode VII, and it's full of surprises. Andy Serkis! Max von Sydow!
What would it look like if the man behind Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Life Aquatic, Rushmore and more directed the next Star Wars?
If the Hollywood rumor mill is to be trusted, Star Wars: Episode VII may already have its writer.