Lucas and Spielberg bet each other 2.5% of ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Close Encounters’ respectively on which would be a bigger success.

Trailer: Topher Grace's one-movie edit of the 'Star Wars' prequels

Damn, that looks pretty good.

Watch: Bill Hader does random ‘Star Wars' impressions

KHAAAAAAN!

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12 things we need to see (and not see) in the ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ script

In an interview with The Wrap, director J.J. Abrams said that the script is complete and that casting and other prep are under way. 

Although we don’t want to speculate what will be in Episode VII, here’s a list of things we hope make it into the film, as well as a few we never want to see again.  

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PHOTO: Darth Vader Celebrates ‘Star Wars’ Instagram Launches with First Selfie 


 

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PHOTO: Darth Vader Celebrates ‘Star Wars’ Instagram Launches with First Selfie 

 

Latino Review is reporting that Ian McDiarmid’s character comes back as a “Force Ghost” (like Obi Wan) in the upcoming sequel — with a new apprentice.

Logo and concept art revealed for ‘Star Wars: Rebels' animated series | THR

Posting this link again as I totally missed the second part where Badass Digests suggests Abrams may be leaving ‘Star Wars 7’. Just a big rumor for now, but of note nonetheless.

Speaking of losing jobs… why is it that I keep hearing tons of rumors that JJ Abrams is on the verge of dropping out of Star Wars? This has been something I’ve heard for a while now, and from multiple insiders. I know that he didn’t want to shoot the movie in England and was overruled, but that happened a while ago. This weekend at Comic Con I continued to hear these whispers. No director for Trek 3 has been found yet - might Abrams end up coming back after all, leaving Star Wars to someone else? I’m expecting Star Wars news out of the German Star Wars Celebration at the end of the month - if there is some sort of announcement of a title or casting and Abrams isn’t there, start wondering.

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Amazon has the full ‘Star Wars’ blu-ray set for 50% off the $139.99 list price. Or you could get the individual trilogies $30 each.

The new show will be set between Episodes III and IV.