In a 2017 Vanity Fair profile on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, producer Kathleen Kennedy shared a story about Carrie Fisher’s final day on set: “The minute she finished,” Kennedy explains, “she grabbed me and said, ‘I’d better be at the forefront of IX!’ Because Harrison [Ford] was front and center on VII, and Mark…
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Channing Tatum is the latest Hollywood influencer to get the fuck away from Harvey Weinstein and the business he was instrumental in building.
#WheresRey, part of the movement of #Wheres[female lead with no action figure], has yielded an action figure for Rey in Hasbro’s first wave merchandising campaign for Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi, unlike merchandising for the previous movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Vulture reports. Hooreyyy.
After promising a young fan that they would add Rey to the Star Wars version of Monopoly, Hasbro has reneged on that offer, citing “insufficient interest.”
Thursday was the 40th anniversary of the premiere of Star Wars, and for the occasion, sequel star Oscar Isaac stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and shared a little anecdote about working with the late, great Carrie Fisher.
This week kicks off the fortieth anniversary of the Star Wars franchise, which honestly seems to always be celebrating something. As a gift to to all of us, Vanity Fair shared their new covers online Tuesday, celebrating the cast with images taken by Annie Leibovitz. They include one of the last official portraits of…
I’m going to tread carefully here, because I know at least some of you are Star Wars fans, and my interest in the franchise does not extend beyond the ewoks (they’re very cute). But methinks we can all agree that only a fan of absurd devotion—and absurd wealth—would purchase a life-size replica of Darth Vader’s helmet …
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On Thursday night, Billie Lourd appeared at a Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of A New Hope, and to pay tribute to her mother, the late, great Carrie Fisher.
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No one is allowed to ask Daisy Ridley about Star Wars: The Last Jedi spoilers ever again.
The Women’s March on Washington has a true queen in their camp. Crowds are channeling General Leia Organa and actress Carrie Fisher with signs, costumes, wall art, and other amazing tributes. The Rebellion is here.
Carrie Fisher’s death is heartbreaking to so many because her openness and honesty about her life made her seem like someone you’ve known all your life, an intimate and wonderful old friend. The words of her actual old friend supports some of those feelings.
“I’m good at this,” Carrie Fisher says about 10 minutes into a 1994 interview with Charlie Rose. But she’s selling herself short. Fisher was great at this. Though we all fell in love with her interview appearances during the promotional cycle for 2015's The Force Awakens, she had been doing this—that is, giving every…
In case 2016 couldn’t get any weirder, it turns out the man who created some of the most memorable moments in Star Wars through his epic compositions hasn’t bothered to watch any of them in action. That’s right, John Williams hasn’t seen Star Wars.
Please, please, please, be okay, Carrie Fisher. You are the light and the life.
Rogue One is perhaps the grittiest addition to the Star Wars franchise. Set chronologically between Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Episode IV: A New Hope, the movie follows a group of Rebel Alliance fighters led by Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) attempting to steal the plans of the Death Star. In Rogue One, the Rebel…
The big news from The Princess Diarist, understandably, has been author Carrie Fisher’s admission that she and Harrison Ford were hooking up while filming Star Wars (Episode IV as it’s now called, a rechristening she endlessly mocks).
We already knew that Alan Tudyk’s new Star Wars droid gives zero shits when it comes to carrying his allies’ equipment. Turns out he somehow cares even less when it comes to handling high-grade explosives.