The official “Star Wars” Facebook account just revealed the new poster for “The Force Awakens,” and it just might be the coolest poster in the galaxy. Or hey, at least it’s less basic than the standard “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Audrey Hepburn poster you hung up in your dorm freshman year.
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To the delight of “Star Wars” fans, a team of astronomers has spotted yet another “Tatooine.”
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No, not Star Wars. A full quarter century before he played Obi-Wan Kenobi, Alec Guinness starred in one of the purest, most science-focused science fiction films ever made. The Man in the White Suit is about scientific progress, and the law of unintended consequences, and it’s brilliant.
The latest trailer for The Force Awakens is here! While we’re still trying to calm ourselves down, there’s plenty of discussion to be had about all the goodies we can find in all this new footage. Join us once again as we go on a spoiler-and-speculation-laden dive into the latest scenes from a Galaxy far, far away.
Watch this. Now. TIE Fighter is a short animation by Paul Johnson that shows a bit of Star Wars from the perspective of the Empire. It’s done in the style of anime from the 80’s and shows an aerial fight scene between TIE fighters and X-wings and is pretty much so awesome that Disney should make this an entire movie.