Diego Luna, star of the upcoming spy thriller Andor, personally delivered some rebel secrets today on Good Morning America.
The Cassian Andor actor debuted a brand-new, action-filled trailer for the upcoming Disney+ Original Series, revealing more story and character details than ever before. It was also announced that Andor will now premiere September 21 with three episodes, with subsequent episodes following every Wednesday. You can check out the trailer and a new official poster below.
Andor, created by Tony Gilroy, stars Diego Luna, reprising the role of rebel spy Cassian Andor from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in a tale set five years prior to the events of the film. Joining Luna is Genevieve O’Reilly, who will return as Mon Mothma, as well as Stellan Skarsgard,
The next phase of Star Wars: The High Republic storytelling is just a few months away! Last week at San Diego Comic-Con, we got our first look at covers and interior pages from several comics and the forthcoming audio original, Star Wars: The High Republic: The Battle of Jedha.
And today on a brand-new episode of Star Wars: The High Republic Show, our host Krystina Arielle revealed variant covers from the relaunch of Marvel’s Star Wars: The High Republic and new concept art for two characters we’ll meet during Phase II of the initiative.
First seen in Zorida Córdova’s Convergence, we have your first look at the chancellor’s son, Axel Greylark, with art by MinJi Yoon.
And from the forthcoming Quest for the Hidden City, Jedi Master Silandra Sho shown here in
Some of the greatest Star Wars stories are those from behind the scenes. In Saga Chronicles, Lucasfilm’s Lucas Seastrom tells those tales.
In a remote village, Obi-Wan Kenobi and young Princess Leia seek refuge in a hideout used for smuggling Jedi. But Darth Vader and his fearsome Inquisitors are on their trail. Arriving at the settlement, the ruthless Vader begins murdering innocents to coax his former master out of hiding. Sending Leia to escape, an unsettled Kenobi attempts to draw the villain away, confronting the vengeful Sith Lord with lightsaber in hand. The scene is from the last moments of Part III of Lucasfilm’s latest series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, with all episodes now streaming on Disney+.
“The input from [series director] Deborah Chow was to make it terrifying and dark,”
Disney, Lucasfilm, and FIRST® teamed up earlier this year to launch Build the Future powered by Star Wars: Force for Change; teams from around the world submitted their stories of science, technology, leadership, and perseverance to create a brighter future for everyone.
StarWars.com is thrilled to highlight three out-of-this-galaxy teams from the campaign: Lunatecs from New Jersey, Exploding Bacon from Florida, and CocoNuts from Arizona. Leaders from these three brilliant FIRST® Robotics Competition teams chatted about how they were introduced to FIRST, their exciting projects, how Star Wars has inspired them, and much more.
FIRST is a global youth-serving nonprofit advancing STEM education, preparing a new generation of young people for the future through engaging, hands-on robotics programs. Seth Simpkins, 18, took his first steps in the field at
The pirate gang tormenting the Halcyon‘s crew and passengers is running out of patience.
In the final installment of Marvel’s Star Wars: Halcyon Legacy miniseries, logistics droid D3-09 has one more story to tell to distract and invigorate the captives. In the tale, R’Tess and Stolak are traveling on the elite vessel at the dawn of the New Republic. But Stolak’s romantic gesture is interrupted by his past when Bossk tracks them onboard…
When Dennis Muren first read the script for the original Star Wars in 1976, the technical wizardry required to tell the story on the screen hadn’t yet been created. Simply put, the man who would go on to win nine Academy Awards for his work as a visual effects supervisor saw George Lucas’ vision and thought, “This is impossible.”
It wasn’t. For nearly five decades, Muren and many other legends of filmmaking have pioneered technological advancements at Industrial Light & Magic, the special visual effects, animation and virtual production division of Lucasfilm, leading to the new documentary series Light & Magic, now streaming on Disney+.
Directed by acclaimed writer and director Lawrence Kasdan, the six-part story delves into the personal and professional history of these pioneers of modern filmmaking — whose work inspired the