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Tag Archives: Star Wars
We know from previous announcements from Disney CEO and chair Bob Iger that 2015 was the year Disney and Star Wars fans would find out how The Mouse would be expanding The Force inside the parks. On yesterday’s Wall Street … Continue reading
In Disney’s recent annual report, Chairman/CEO Bob Iger confirmed that Star Wars: Episode VIII will be released in 2017, and Star Wars: Episode IX will hit theaters in 2019. Disney shareholders received the report last month, in which Iger states: … Continue reading
It’s been a few weeks since Star Wars: The Force Awakens wrapped principle photography and moved on to post-production, so it’s no surprise we’re starting to hear about the next film set in the Star Wars universe. If you recall, … Continue reading
There is something about the fun retro feel of 8-bit (or in this case 16-bit) video games. The latest craze is recreating modern movies (or movie trailers) as if they were pixelated video game and the latest target of the … Continue reading