Star Wars The Last Jedi
In Cinemas 14 December (UK) / December 15 (US)
If it's one thing Lucasfilm have shown is that when they don't like a director they've no qualms in giving them the boot. Quite the opposite is true as well as they seem to be so happy with Rian Johnson's work on the yet-to-be-released The Last Jedi that they're bringing home for something rather unprecedented; an entirely new Star Wars franchise.
It's only been a short while since the release of the full trailer and only a couple of days since the behind-the-scenes featurette for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. So you can imagine our delight at the gift Lucasfilm has delivered with a brand new 45 second TV spot simply entitled 'Awake'.
We have less than two months to go before we get to find out what’s happened to Finn, Rey and Poe as Star Wars: The Last Jedi gets ready to land in cinemas. We’ve had a teaser, a trailer and a beautiful collection of posters so it’s only natural that we get a behind-the-scenes look into the action on set.
The first full-length trailer for The Last Jedi is out. Watch it here.
A whole raft of new images for Episode VIII dropped during the last 24 hours, and there's a lot of great looking stuff.
With Colin Trevorrow initially on direct and writing duty, it's been revealed that Jack Thorne has been brought on to rewrite the script for Star Wars Episode IX from Trevorrow's draft.
We're terribly sorry to all of our friends in the US, but it has been officially announced that the UK will be getting Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi a whole day early this December.
Watch the premiere teaser for Star Wars: The Last Jedi that was announced today at the Star Wars Celebration event in Orlando.
Along with today's teaser for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we also got a beautiful new teaser poster. Seriously, this thing is gorgeous.
Carrie Fisher's brother has confirmed that she will appear as Leia in Star Wars Episode IX, using existing footage instead of CGI.
In a movie studio far, far away filming has wrapped up on Star Wars: Episode VIII under the direction of Rian Johnson. After the outrageous critical success of The Force Awakens, all eyes will be on Johnson’s Star Wars Episode VIII which, according to lead actor Adam Driver, is set to be similar to Empire Strikes Back.
John Williams is the composer that will be creating incredible scores for the next 100 years by the looks of it. He may be a very respectable 84 years old but he shows no sign at stopping or retiring from music as he has confirmed that he will return to familiar ground with scoring Star Wars Episode VIII and the upcoming new Indiana Jones film.
With the production of Star Wars episode VIII more than half way completed, beautiful photos of the much loved Millennium Falcon set have been released.