Star Wars and Netflix

Many fans have been waiting patiently for the conclusion to The Clone Wars. Rumor has it that it is going to be released sometime this year on Netflix but it might not stop there. According to Marvel there are going to be more exclusives that you can only find by subscribing to Netflix. With The Clone Wars we’ll be seeing some other new shows done by Lucasfim on Netflix before they hit the network channels. This new original TV deal follows last year’s landmark movie distribution deal through which, beginning with 2016 theatrically released feature films, Netflix will be the exclusive … Continue reading Star Wars and Netflix

JJ Abrams Replies To New Star Wars: Episode VII Release Date Announcement and Return of R2-D2 and C-3PO (?)

J.J. Abrams recently spoke with MTV News on how the new Star Wars: Episode VII release date works better for him and his team. “I will say that it’s infinitely a better situation now than when [Disney] were saying they wanted it in summer,” said Abrams about the December 18th, 2015 Star Wars Ep 7 release date…. [Disney] was talking about 2015, and they made this announcement very early on. Which I understand why they would want that, but it didn’t necessarily have anything to do with the reality of where was creatively. So I think that it’s a hugely … Continue reading JJ Abrams Replies To New Star Wars: Episode VII Release Date Announcement and Return of R2-D2 and C-3PO (?)

EA Has Star Wars License for 10 Years

When Disney bought Lucasfilm, all hope for Battlefront was lost until they teamed up with EA, who surprised us with their announcement of continuing this popular series. Now, we have learned that they have license over the video games for a period of 10 years. With this, they have also announced that they will not being doing any movie games. “We had a long relationship obviously with Lucas on the original Star Wars, and when Disney took over Lucas they really wanted to maintain a video game business around Star Wars. They felt it was very valuable and a lot … Continue reading EA Has Star Wars License for 10 Years

JJ Abrams Discusses Writer Change

Recently there was news that Michael Ardnt had backed out of the project but no one really knew why. In a recent article with Deadline Abrams discusses the time frame as the reason for changing writers. “It became clear that given the time frame and given the process and the way the thing was going that working with Larry in this way was going to get us where we need to be and when we needed to be,” “Working with Michael was a wonderful experience and I couldn’t be a bigger fan of his or adore him more, He’s a wonderful … Continue reading JJ Abrams Discusses Writer Change

Rumor: Han Solo Signed For More Than One Star Wars Sequel

The speculation that has been going around about the cast is not just who is going in for the auditions, but also who will be returning. Nothing has been confirmed with Harrison Ford returning as the legendary Han Solo, but everyone is over speculating on the interviews where he hesitates at any Star Wars question. So the new rumor according to is that he has signed on for more than one Star Wars sequel as well as Indiana Jones 4, I mean, 5. This is the verbal agreement attached. Ford wanted to see the synopsis for his character’s development over … Continue reading Rumor: Han Solo Signed For More Than One Star Wars Sequel