Disney Imagineer, animator, writer, lyricist, and voice actor Xavier Atencio is dead at 98, Disney’s official fan club D23 reports.
Star Wars Land? 2019. Pandora: The World of Avatar? Much, much sooner.
People visit Disney World and Disneyland to experience a magical adventure, with rides, shows, and the ability to mingle with their favorite characters. Not me. I go to eat. The food at Disney World is some of the best I’ve ever had. And now, with the news that there will be not one but two […]
Watson is excited, but not more than we are.
Disney’s official poster for Captain America: Winter Soldier isn’t bad. These fan posters are better.
If fans of the now-defunct games company LucasArts were wondering what would happen to Star Wars-related games, wonder no more: Today, Disney, which purchased the kit and caboodle of George Lucas’ creative output back on October 30, 2012, has announced a partnership with EA, giving the games company the right to develop and publish games in the Star Wars universe.
If you’ve finished BioShock: Infinite (and if you haven’t, you should get on that immediately), you’re probably in mourning for what you’ve lost when you left the beautiful yet lethal world of Columbia. But fear not: There are some ways to recreate the experiences you shared with Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth. And you don’t have to supply enough weapons to arm an entire uprising to do so.
It’s been eight years since the release of Revenge of the Sith, a long time to go without watching someone Force Lightening someone into a crisp. This isn’t as long as the sixteen-year wait between Return of the Jedi and The Phantom Menace. Now it seems that fans of the Star Wars universe won’t have to wait nearly as long between movies. According to ComingSoon, Star Wars fans—who have resisted the moniker Star Warriors—will be getting one new movie each year, starting in 2015.
Ask any fan of Star Wars: There’s a new Moff in town. Although Disney acquired LucasArts on October 30, 2012, Disney has made some sweeping changes gradually, such as cancelling the long-running Cartoon Network television show, The Clone Wars, as well as the upcoming live-action comedy Detours in mid March. Now, after over five months, Disney executed Order 66 on their recently acquired videogames studios, LucasArts, and its 150 employees.
StarWars.com has released its second video based on an interview with George Lucas, the former CEO of Lucasfilm, and Kathleen Kennedy, the heir to the empire. In the newest video, Lucas and Kennedy give us a little more insight into who will be bringing the galaxy far, far away just a little bit closer. It turns out that only Star Wars fans need apply.