Kathleen Kennedy released a statement about the new movie.
Simon Pegg claims “Episode VII” will be called “The Further Adventures of Jar Jar Binks.”
“To me they are such wildly disparate universes,” Abrams says.
Michael Giacchino won’t be composing the movie.
Or at least that’s what she says.
“I would say it’s a possibility,” Abrams says of a third “Star Trek” movie.
Spoiler alert: It’s not actually real.
Entertainment Weekly created a poster based on the comedian’s improvised “Parks and Recreation” rant.
This man knows how to talk “Star Wars.”
There’s also a new still from “Star Trek Into Darkness.”
Ian McDiarmid would like him to.
He also explains why he initially turned down “Star Wars.”
“I think it’s going to happen,” Ford says.
Film Buff Online reports that the actor has been asked back.
“Nothing has been announced,” Fisher’s rep says.
When asked if she’d be back, Fisher simply said, “Yes.”
“I remember him asking me to play Captain Kirk’s father in ‘Star Trek,’” Wahlberg says of J.J. Abrams.
“I can tell you right away that we haven’t signed any contracts,” Hamill says.
“Ms. Kennedy has moved onto Star Wars and will not be producing JP4. She’s traded raptors for TIE fighters,” Frank Marshall said.
“I need to make sure I’m still ready to go in a few years for what I hope would be continued work with George,” Williams said at a concert.
J.J. Abrams is set to direct “Star Wars: Episode VII.”
“He’s probably the most talented director of that ilk we have, but he’s gone too far this time,” Shatner says.
Pegg confirms J.J. Abrams as the “Star Trek 3″ director — or does he?
“He’s in my heart,” Frank Oz says of Yoda.
“Larry Kasdan and Simon Kinberg are both working on films derived from great ‘Star Wars’ characters that are not part of the overall saga,” Bob Iger confirms.