Han Solo and Chewbacca hang out with new characters in Annie Leibovitz's latest "Star Wars" portraits for Vanity Fair magazine. Plus J.J. Abrams reveals his Jar Jar death fantasies.
It's May the Fourth (that's Star Wars Day, if you've been living under a rock), and to celebrate, Vanity Fair is showing off new photos of the cast of "The Force Awakens." Lupita Nyong'o plays an alien space pirate, Adam Driver plays villain Kylo Ren, and Gwendolyne Christie is in that chrome Stormtrooper costume.
Live-streaming apps made it easy for anyone to watch the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight for free, "Star Wars" fans get new movie details on May the Fourth, and a true space heroine boldly brews the first espresso in zero gravity.
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A dedicated fan draws a "Star Wars" comic and posts it daily on Twitter to celebrate his love for Jedi masters, droids, Sith Lords, Stormtroopers and more.
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Sorry, book readers, but events in HBO's "Game of Thrones" will likely outpace George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series as early as next season, show creator David Benioff confirms.
Vanity Fair is partnering with 1A4 Studio on a series of animated shorts that tell the tales of Westeros and Essos in 60-second chunks, beginning with the life of Ned Stark.
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