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Disney+ Star Wars Day Schedule Revealed, Features Simpsons Short

Disney has a packed Star Wars day schedule for May 4, 2021. This includes the series premiere of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, a new Simpsons short titled Maggie Simpson in The Force Awakens From Its Nap, and two cinematic experiences that will take fans into the sci-fi universe. RELATED: CM Punk Wants to Play Thrawn in Star Wars, Gives MCU Thoughts Additionally, there will be original artwork that will take over the service for several days, which is a first for the streaming service. “A global gr...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, The Simpsons, Amazon Here, Maggie Simpson, Disney Star Wars, Imperial Star, Star Wars Day, Clone Army, Disney Plus, Hoth Tatooine, Sorgan, Star Wars: The Bad Batch


‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Trailer: Clone Force 99 Returns With Their Own Spin-Off Series

It’s good to be bad. The motley crew of experimental clone warriors, otherwise known as Clone Force 99, are setting off on their own adventures in their animated spin-off series Star Wars: The Bad Batch, coming soon to Disney+. Watch the official Star Wars: The Bad Batch trailer below. Star Wars The Bad Batch Trailer Created by Dave Filoni and first introduced in The Clone Wars, Clone Force 99 was a group of fan-favorite characters who are now getting their own spin-off series exploring...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Animation, Lucasfilm, Corbett, Rau, TV Trailer, Carrie Beck, Disney Star Wars, Dave Filoni, Ming Na Wen, Dee Bradley Baker, The Bad Batch, Clone Army


Some Mandalorian Books Have Been Canceled, But Not for the Reason You Think

Fans looking forward to the universe of The Mandalorian expanding in print are going to be disappointed, as two future books centered on the Disney+ Star Wars franchise have been cancelled. But it’s not for the reason you think.Read more...
Tags: Science, Lucasfilm, Gina Carano, Boba Fett, Del Rey, Disney Star Wars, Pablo Hidalgo, Ahsoka Tano, Fortnite, Disney Publishing, Adam Christopher, Fictional Characters, Television Series, Phil Szostak, The Mandalorian, Mandalorians


Gina Carano fired from The Mandalorian after 'abhorrent' social media posts

Lucasfilm has ‘no plans’ to work with the actor again on the Disney+ Star Wars series after she appeared to compare the treatment of Republicans in the US to that of Jews in Nazi GermanyGina Carano will not be returning to the Disney+ television series The Mandalorian, after Lucasfilm announced there were “no plans” for the actor to come back after her “abhorrent and unacceptable” posts on social media. The former mixed-martial-arts fighter and star of the films Deadpool and Haywire appeared to ...
Tags: Star Wars, Television, Film, Disney, US, America, Culture, Television & radio, Nazi, Deadpool, Lucasfilm, Gina Carano, Carano, Disney Star Wars, Science fiction and fantasy films, The Mandalorian


Chris Pine Knows the Plot of Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron

Chris Pine Knows the Plot of Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron In a recent interview, Chris Pine told Collider that his Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins revealed the plot of her upcoming Star Wars film, Rogue Squadron, and the actor thought it was “really great.” “I had spoken to her about, not my involvement, but the story. She talked to me about it,” he said. “It sounds really, really great. But I’m ecstatic for her, excited for what she’s about to embark on. If there’s anyone that can...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Wonder Woman, Lucasfilm, Naboo, Chris Pine, Jenkins, Collider, Michael A Stackpole, Patty Jenkins, ComingSoon, Movie News, Disney Star Wars, Rogue Squadron, Lucasfilm Disney, Jenkins Victoria Mahoney


Let’s Dwell on L3-37, One of the Best (and Most Totally Doomed) ‘Star Wars’ Droids Ever

(Welcome to The Galaxy-Wide Star Wars Character Guide , where we give proper due to the smaller figures in Star Wars history.) You can already tell the Disney Star Wars era will go down in history for some specific things. One will be a massive increase in content for sure. Another will be a slow takeover by Clone Wars and Rebels mythos. Somewhere on the list, however, needs to be an acknowledgment of the great improvement Star Wars droids have undergone in these new offerings...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Lucasfilm, Lando, Phoebe Bridgers, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Lando Calrissian, Star-Wars, Disney Star Wars, Featured Stories Sidebar, Solo: A Star Wars Story, The Galaxy-Wide Star Wars Character Guide, Cassian Andor Jyn Erso, Chewie Lando


Rogue Squadron: Patty Jenkins Teases Story For Star Wars Film

Rogue Squadron: Patty Jenkins Teases Story For Star Wars Film Following the official announcement that Patty Jenkins will officially be directing a new Star Wars film, the Wonder Woman 1984 director has finally opened up about Rogue Squadron, confirming that it won’t be a direct film adaptation of the video game and novel franchise. In a recent interview with IGN, Jenkins teased that her upcoming film will feature an original story that includes influences from the existing source material. ...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Lucasfilm, Naboo, Jenkins, Michael A Stackpole, Patty Jenkins, Movie News, Disney Star Wars, Rogue Squadron, Patty Jenkins Helming Rogue Squadron, Lucasfilm Rogue Squadron, Jenkins Victoria Mahoney, Skywalker Deborah Chow, Disney Bryce Dallas Howard


Star Wars Mystery Thriller Series The Acolyte Coming to Disney+

Star Wars Mystery Thriller Series The Acolyte Coming to Disney+ One of many Star Wars projects revealed during the Disney Investor Presentation was an intriguing new series titled The Acolyte from Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland. While details were scarce regarding the production, it was revealed that the series is described as “a mystery thriller that will take viewers into a galaxy of shadowy secrets and emerging dark-side powers in the final days of the High Republic era.” RELATED...
Tags: TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Stars Wars, ComingSoon, Disney Star Wars, Leslye Headland, High Republic, Almost Family Black


Disney+ Star Wars plans include Hayden Christensen, C-3PO and R2-D2

Two 'The Mandalorian' spinoffs are coming to Disney+, including 'Ahsoka' starring Rosario Dawson. Hayden Christensen will play Darth...
Tags: Hayden Christensen, Disney, Disney Star Wars, Ahsoka, Rosario Dawson Hayden Christensen


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‘Star Wars’ Disney+ Series From Leslye Headland Will Feature a “Timeline That We Don’t Know Much About”

Ready for another update on the Disney+ Star Wars series from Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland? Of course you are. Last week we learned that the female-driven show would be an “action thriller with martial arts elements.” Now, Headland has provided some more context, stating that the show is going to be offering up some new material – specifically, a storyline “in a pocket of the universe and a pocket of the timeline that we don’t know much about.” I know pretty much everyone and thei...
Tags: Star-Wars, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Ewan McGregor, Don, Diego Luna, Headland, Disney Star Wars, Star Wars Disney, Aphra, Leslye Headland, Coming Soon Headland


Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ Series to Begin Filming in March, Ewan McGregor Says

We will see Ewan McGregor‘s Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+ soon. The Obi-Wan Kenobi series starring McGregor, reprising his role from the Star Wars prequel films, is set to begin filming this March, the actor revealed. While no official release date has yet been set for the Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series, this means we can probably expect the series to debut sometime in late 2021 or early 2022. There’s no better spokesperson for the Obi-Wan Kenobi series than Ewan McGregor, and the actor keeps dishing ...
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‘Star Wars: Squadrons’ Short Film: If You Want Fresh ‘Star Wars’ Content, This Should Hold You Over

It’s been nearly nine months since the latest Star Wars movie hit theaters, four months since Star Wars: The Clone Wars came to an end, and we still have over a month to go until The Mandalorian season 2 hits Disney+. Star Wars fans who have gotten used to a constant diet of content from a galaxy far, far away may be desperate for more stories set in that universe. Now a story has arrived to fill that gap – albeit from an unexpected source. Electronic Arts, the video game company behind the upc...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Lucasfilm, Jay, Grey, Imperial, Short Films, Action/Adventure, Disney Star Wars, James Waugh Lucasfilm, Star Wars: Squadrons, Varko Grey, Neel Upadhye


‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Will Use the VFX Tech Pioneered by ‘The Mandalorian’

Taika Waititi has learned a thing or two while working in a galaxy far, far away. The filmmaker, who is writing and directing the highly anticipated Marvel Studios sequel Thor: Love and Thunder, will be using the same visual effects technology for the new movie as was used while making The Mandalorian, the Disney+ Star Wars series that Waititi both acted in and directed. Get the details below. Industrial Light and Magic, who pioneered the game-changing and immersive StageCraft LED virtual pro...
Tags: London, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Magic, George Clooney, Vfx, Marvel Studios, Ilm, Thunder, Taika Waititi, Pinewood Studios, Comic Book/Superhero, Tech Stuff, Action/Adventure, Waititi


Star Wars Bits: The British Force Behind Star Wars, Vader Immortal Comes to Playstation, Thrawn Ascendancy, The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special, and More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Toy Empire: The British Force Behind Star Wars Toys on BBC Vader Immortal: A Star Wars Vr Series Is Coming to Playstation VR Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Stories of Light and Dark Audiobook Excerpt First Editions of Thrawn Ascendancy: Chaos Rising Pay Homage to the Grand Admiral The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special to Premiere on Disney+ Funko Reveals New the Child Pop! Bobblehead And More! Toy Empire: The British Force Behind Star Wars Toys on BBC Star Wars...
Tags: Star-Wars, UK, Movies, Disney, US, Bbc, Noah, Hasbro, Darth Vader, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Rian Johnson, Sarah, Gamestop, Charlotte, Rey


‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2: The Darksaber Will Play a Key Role in the New Season, Says Giancarlo Esposito

Giancarlo Esposito picked up an Emmy nomination yesterday for his work on the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian, where we last saw his Moff Gideon character holding an ancient weapon known as the Darksaber. Anyone who watched the series without first watching the Star Wars animated shows probably saw that glowing black blade and thought, “Cool, a new lightsaber!” But fans of the animated shows lost their minds, because the weapon actually has a deep history behind it. In a new interview,...
Tags: Action/Adventure, Disney, Drama, Sci-Fi, Television, Giancarlo Esposito, Star-Wars, The Mandalorian


Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Was Originally Set on Tatooine Instead of the New Planet Batuu

The Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge expansions at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks take attendees to another world with the canonical setting of the planet Batuu in a galaxy far, far away. However, in the early planning stages of the Star Wars theme park lands, Disney and Lucasfilm intended to have fans find themselves on Tatooine, the desert home planet of both Luke Skywalker and his father Anakin Skywalker. So why didn’t that happen?  Former Walt Disney World Resort Vice President ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Magic, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney World, Luke Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker, Kathleen-Kennedy, Lou Mongello, Bob Iger, Mos Eisley Cantina, Star-Wars


‘Star Wars: Cassian Andor’ Series Adds New Cast Members, Recruits Tony Gilroy As Showrunner

The Disney+ Star Wars series Cassian Andor has locked down two new cast members, and a showrunner to boot. Genevieve O’Reilly and Denise Gough will be joining lead actor Diego Luna on the show, while Tony Gilroy, one of the writers of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, is now in place as showrunner. O’Reilly will be reprising the role of Mon Mothma, a role she played in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and Rogue One. THR has the scoop on the Cassian Andor series cast and showrunner. Genevive O’Reil...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Disney, Lucasfilm, Luna, Reilly, Gilroy, Stephen Schiff, Rebel Alliance, O'Reilly, Diego Luna, Tony-Gilroy, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar


A new Disney+ Star Wars show is coming from the creator of Russian Doll

Leslye Headland might go from Netflix to a galaxy far, far away
Tags: Star Wars, News, Disney, Trends, Netflix, Movies & TV, Disney Star Wars, Leslye Headland, Russian Doll


Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead Returns for Season 10B

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead returns for Season 10B Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of February 17, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its 10th season, promising a massive escalation in the war with the Whisperers. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below and be sure to visit our mother s...
Tags: Amazon, Videos, Star Wars, Hbo, Better Call Saul, UK, TV, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, New York City, Amc, Walking Dead, TV News, Streaming, Rex


What ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Should Incorporate From ‘The Mandalorian’

We love The Mandalorian. And watching the new Disney+ Star Wars live-action tv series has made us wish we could get some of this story in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Unfortunately, the events in Batuu in Disneyland and Disney World’s Hollywood Studios parks is set between the events of The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, decades after the events of this new series. This means that it can’t feature the characters in this world in any meaningful way, but watching the show we had some ideas of ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Features, Disneyland, Video Blog, Disney World, Hollywood Studios, Disney Star Wars, Featured Stories Sidebar, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Batuu, Black Spire Outpost, The Mandalorian, Docking Bay, Blurrgs, Beskar Steel


This Star Wars Art Will Make You Wonder Why Disney Princesses Don't Carry Lightsabers

You're not over seeing amazing Disney/Star Wars mashup art yet, right? Good, because we found some new ones that have us senselessly fangirling all over again. Illustrator Phill Berry recently shared his take on the Disney princesses as Star Wars characters, wherein they're rugged, lightsaber-wielding Jedi badasses. Featuring Ariel, Jasmine, Rapunzel, and Belle - for now - the illustrations also include the princesses' respective sidekicks! For example, Ariel is shown with a hovering drone that ...
Tags: Art, Star Wars, Movies, Religion, Disney, Disney Princesses, Ariel, Star Wars The Force Awakens, Belle, Jasmine, Geek Culture, Disney Star Wars, Illustrator Phill Berry, Ariel Jasmine Rapunzel


Alan Tudyk Discusses Returning to Play K-2SO in the Cassian Andor Disney+ Series [TCA 2020]

After the success of The Mandalorian , the Cassian Andor streaming series might be the next Star Wars series we see on Disney+. Alan Tudyk said his droid character K-2SO might appear in the series  back in February 2019. This weekend, Tudyk was on a Television Critics Association panel for his upcoming Syfy series Resident Alien.  After the panel, Tudyk spoke with reporters further and answered a few questions about his potential return as K-2SO. Playing K-2SO again will be ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Features, Television Critics Association, Sonny, Gilroy, Diego Luna, Tony Gilroy, Star-Wars, Alan Tudyk, Disney Star Wars, Tudyk, Cassian, Featured Stories Sidebar, Baby Yoda


Taika Waititi Knows Baby Yoda’s Real Name But He Won’t Tell

Baby Yoda is the pop culture figure of the moment, dominating any and all conversations about The Mandalorian, the Disney+ Star Wars series in which it debuted, and conquering everything from Time Magazine to Best Movies of 2019 lists to Werner Herzog’s heart. Which is why it’s always surprising to remember that Baby Yoda isn’t really Baby Yoda. We don’t yet know the real name of Baby Yoda, but Jon Favreau and the directors behind The Mandalorian aren’t keen to reveal that name anytime soon. ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Time Magazine, The New York Times, Usa Today, Jon Favreau, Werner Herzog, Favreau, Taika-Waititi, Action/Adventure, Waititi, Disney Star Wars, Jojo Rabbit, The Mandalorian


Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

I joked about avoiding this review last week because, well, the discourse around this movie (and it's predecessor) has become a bit of a battleground in the culture wars, which are totally not as fun as the star wars these movies are talking about. As a child of the 80s, I can't help but hold a special place in my heart for Star Wars, and so there's this never-ending reserve of goodwill towards new installments in the series, even when they don't hold up (like, say, the prequels). As such, I fou...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Star Trek, Carrie Fisher, Wings, Darth Vader, Harrison Ford, Johnson, Peter Jackson, Adam Driver, Rian Johnson, Leia, Finn, Lucas, Force Awakens


‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Box Office Rises to $40 Million in Previews

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is finally here, and as is to be expected, it’s making lots of money. The third and final entry in this new trilogy, and the final installment of the Skywalker Saga, has earned itself a respectable haul domestically. However, it has not surpassed The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi – a fact that many will scramble to interpret in a variety of ways. How will The Rise of Skywalker stack-up against the rest of the Disney Star Wars films? Pretty well, it seems. In...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Box Office, Lucasfilm, Skywalker, Disney Star Wars, Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Skywalker Box Office Rises


Baby Yoda is the adorable, big-eared savior of Disney+'s 'The Mandalorian'

Disney+ "Star Wars" live-action TV series "The Mandalorian" doesn't live up to the hype, but it's worth it the cutest puppet on the block: Baby Yoda.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Disney, Usa Today, Disney Star Wars, Baby Yoda


Samuel Delany's 1977 Star Wars review: why is the future so damned white and male?

Samuel Delany (previously) is one of science fiction's titans, a pioneer who was the first openly gay writer in the field, as well as one of the first Black science fiction writers to attain prominence. In 1977, Delany saw a press preview of Star Wars on assignment for Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy; Delany's assessment of what made the film so tremendous contains shrewd observations about the many ways in which Lucas stitched together different filmmaking techniques and homages to film...
Tags: Star Wars, Post, Happy Mutants, Science Fiction, Old school, News, Lucas, Afrofuturism, Kessel, Minnesota AG, Delany, Disney Star Wars, Samuel Delany, Film theory, Cosmos Science Fiction


'Star Wars' boss hints there won't be any more character spin-off movies like 'Solo'

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy hinted that there won't be any more "Star Wars" character spin-offs like "Solo." "You can't turn this into some kind of factory approach," she told Vanity Fair. "You can't even do what Marvel does, necessarily, where you pick characters and build new franchises around those characters." Disney CEO Bob Iger promised a "slowdown" on "Star Wars" movies after "Solo" disappointed at the box office last year, failing to even crack $400 million worldwide. Aft...
Tags: Hollywood, Disney, US, Trends, Jurassic World, Lucasfilm, Vanity Fair, Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy, Skywalker, Weiss, David Benioff, Bob Iger, Disney Star Wars, Vanity Fair You


Disney's movie release shake-up shows how it will dominate Hollywood for years to come, from 'Avatar' to 'Star Wars'

Disney made major changes to its release schedule on Tuesday, and it shows how the company will dominate Hollywood for close to another decade. "Avatar" sequels and new "Star Wars" movies will be released alternately from 2022 to 2027.  Disney axed Fox's planned Marvel movies except for "The New Mutants," which was pushed back for a third time.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney's acquisition of Fox — in which the Mouse House bought Fox's film studio and many of its t...
Tags: Hollywood, China, Disney, Trends, Fox, Cameron, Channing Tatum, Lucasfilm, Hulu, James Cameron, Marvel Studios, Rian Johnson, Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy, Skywalker, Weiss