The highly anticipated "Star Wars" movie directed by J.J. Abrams will be set 30 years after "Return of the Jedi" with new and familiar faces. Shooting principal photography begins in May.
Disney and Lucasfilm said the highly anticipated seventh Star Wars film, directed by J.J. Abrams, will open December 18, 2015.
The latest rumor is that writer Michael Arndt left the next installment's writing team due to disagreements over the story's direction. Looks like we're going to have to wait a lot longer to meet the new characters.
The new "Star Wars" movie directed by J.J. Abrams will be shot on good old-fashioned film, like the originals -- not the digital cameras used in Episodes I-III.
The new Star Wars movie will be shot on good old-fashioned film, like the originals -- not the digital cameras used in Episodes I-III.
The next instalment of the beloved sci-fi series had been expected in the summer of 2015, but Disney wants to give JJ Abrams more time.
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We round up some of the more compelling news to come out of the Star Wars Celebration Europe fan event that drew over 20,000 people to Essen, Germany.
A swanky alarm clock and a miniscule speaker -- we take you through Soundfreaq's new audio tech.
Google Earth extends its satellite perspective to give virtual time-traveling tourists a 3D simulation of Rome in 320 A.D., as well as a dose of historical information.