It's been a while since we've heard any rumblings about 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' likely because the film went/is still going through a page one rewrite, but if the film is going to make its December 18, 2015 release date, we're going to start hearing about who's getting cast shortly. The latest word is that 'Breaking Bad' star Jesse Plemons is being courted for a role.
There have only been a handful of characters who have appeared in every 'Star Wars' movie so far. So, it's not too surprising to see that one of the saga's most important (and popular) seems to be officially back for 'Star Wars: Episode 7.' Straight from the Twitter account for J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production company, here's a look at at the 'Star Wars: Episode 7' workshop.
Costumes and makeup played an important and often-overlooked role in making the six 'Star Wars' movies sensational sci-fi masterpieces that, even today, nothing has really matched. They were at the center of an engrossing experience that made the viewer literally feel as though they had been transported to a distant galaxy far, far away.
"Luke, I am your father," is perhaps one of the most famous lines ever in cinematic history. It has been said by nearly anyone with the ability to speak -- except for 23-year-old Carlos, who had no clue that Skywalker's old man was Darth Vadar. Thankfully, when his friends discovered this they decided to make an event of it.
The search for a 'Star Wars: Episode 7' director is over. J.J. Abrams - the man who once said he would only be interested in 'Star Wars' as a paying moviegoer - will direct the first film in the new trilogy.
With the holiday season comes many non-profits raising money to support the fine work they do.
And, nothing is more recognizable than the bell ringers of the Salvation Army. Volunteers are stationed at many popular shopping locations hoping that the public will be generous and contribute to the red kettles.
The WDR Symphony Orchestra adds a much-needed touch of class to flash mobs by rapidly convening in a square in Germany and serenading the assembled crowd with a piece of music. Of course, their decision to play the 'Star Wars' theme makes the whole thing border on geeky, but we're okay with that.
We really, really love 'Star Wars.' And by "love" we mean we're borderline obsessed. The only thing that could make it better is if small dogs somehow got involved. Which is to say, it just got better. These dogs display almost as much love as we feel for the fantasy franchise.
We have some great GIFs for you here to sum up your week. Reaction to a big test you just took? We've got that. Frustration with the presidential debate? We've got that too. Got your heart broken so brutally that you're considering switching teams? That most likely didn't happen, but just in case we've got that for you anyway. It's been a good week.
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