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  1. Jack Ryan

    Han Solo: Uma História StarWars

    Fresquinha do Next Movie, que tirou do Ain't it Cool News. Getting His Own Movie, Yoda Is? By Scott Harris | Feb 5, 2013 | 11:24 AM Lucasfilm Ever since Disney bought "Star Wars" and announced they would be putting out stand alone spinoffs in addition to continuing the main storyline, folks have been speculating just what those new films will be about. The origin of Salacious Crumb? The story of the Millennium Falcon making the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs? Jar Jar Binks: The Untold Story? All great ideas. But now, according to Ain't It Cool News, the real answer has been revealed — and the first "Star Wars" spinoff will actually be about Yoda. "To start with, they're going to focus on established characters and do solo films," AICN's Harry Knowles said about Disney's plans to expand their "Star Wars" empire. "The first Stand Alone film is going to center upon Yoda. At this stage specifics are sparse, but Kathleen Kennedy is putting together a 'Star Wars' slate." ""I've also heard tale of a Jabba story that Lucas has floated to some of his buddies," he added. "But word is Yoda is first." Of course, considering Yoda (who is voiced by puppeteer Frank Oz) was over 900 years old in the original trilogy, there seems to be plenty of room to expand upon what little we know of his history. So exactly what the film will be about is still pretty much a complete mystery (anyone else want to see a Mrs. Yoda?). But one thing is sure: With Disney in charge and going full steam ahead, this is likely just the first of many announcements to come. Good news, this is. Primeiro spin-off será sobre o Yoda.
  2. Star Wars VIII será dirigido por Rian Johnson Responsável por Looper também escreverá o filme Thiago Romariz 20 de Junho de 2014 Star Wars Episódio VIII será dirigido por Rian Johnson (Looper), segundo o The Wrap. A publicação afirma também que o cineasta será o responsável pelo roteiro do filme, assim como o do Episódio IX. O Deadline diz que Johnson dirigirá e escreverá ambos. O cineasta também é conhecido por dirigir alguns episódio da série Breaking Bad. A Disney ainda não se manisfetou sobre a notícias. Até agora, J.J. Abrams está oficializado na direção do Episódio VII, e Gareth Edwards e Josh Trank nos outros filmes derivados da saga. Fique de olho no Omelete para mais notícias. Star Wars: Episódio VII está sendo filmado no Reino Unido até setembro e chega às telonas em 18 dezembro de 2015 - veja fotos do set. http://omelete.uol.com.br/star-wars/cinema/star-was-viii-e-xi-serao-dirigidos-por-rian-johnson/#.U6TCcW5EvQ8
  3. Star Wars: Pedro Pascal será protagonista da série The Mandalorian O ator já participou de grande produções como Game of Thrones e Narcos. Caqui Bandeira 13 NOV2018 17h53 Pedro Pascal, o Oberyn de Game of Thrones, está em negociações para estrelar na série da franquia Star Wars, The Mandalorian. Foto: Photo by Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images / AdoroCinema De acordo com a Variety, o ator já estava ligado ao projeto, mas recebeu a oferta oficial do papel principal. Jon Favreau (Homem de Ferro) está por trás da produção. Além disso, diversos nomes já foram confirmados para dirigir os episódios, como Dave Filoni (Star Wars: A Guerra dos Clones), Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok), Bryce Dallas Howard (Black Mirror) e Deborah Chow (Jessica Jones). Ainda sem muitos detalhes, a série será ambientada depois da queda do Império e antes do governo da Primeira Ordem, onde um solitário atirador vive nos confins da galáxia, longe da nova autoridade. Outras séries da franquia também estão sendo produzidas, como o prequel de Rogue One, estrelando Diego Luna. The Mandalorian ainda não tem previsão de estreia, e será exibida pelo serviço de streaming da Disney. https://www.terra.com.br/diversao/cinema/star-wars-pedro-pascal-sera-protagonista-da-serie-the-mandalorian,9d9cfad69b17b083572c2f3f2a55d3407a72royx.html
  4. Não é boato, não é rumor, é oficial!!!! Getty Images Original artwork titled ‘Bounty Hunters in Cloud City’ by Ralph McQuarrie is displayed April 4, 2002 at the exhibit ‘Star Wars: The Magic of the Myth’ at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in Brooklyn, New York. The Force is still with us. Disney announced today that its acquiring Lucasfilm Ltd. The deal includes the “Star Wars” franchise, and plans have been launched to make a seventh film in the “Star Wars” series, and to continue the franchise beyond that. In a press release, the company announced “Continuing its strategy of delivering exceptional creative content to audiences around the world, The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) has agreed to acquire Lucasfilm Ltd. in a stock and cash transaction. Lucasfilm is 100% owned by Lucasfilm Chairman and Founder, George Lucas.” The release went on to say “Kathleen Kennedy, current Co-Chairman of Lucasfilm, will become President of Lucasfilm…Ms. Kennedy will serve as executive producer on new Star Wars feature films, with George Lucas serving as creative consultant. Star Wars Episode 7 is targeted for release in 2015, with more feature films expected to continue the Star Wars saga and grow the franchise well into the future.” Robert A. Iger, chairman and CEO, The Walt Disney Company, said in the release that there is “substantial pent up demand” for a new “Star Wars” movie. “In 2015, we’re planning to release Star Wars Episode 7 – the first feature film under the ‘Disney-Lucasfilm’ brand,” Iger said. “That will be followed by Episodes 8 and 9 – and our long term plan is to release a new Star Wars feature film every two to three years.” Jay Rasulo, senior executive vice president and CFO, The Walt Disney Company, added in the release that “We also expect to utilize Star Wars in other businesses including Parks & Resorts, in games and in our television business.” “Star Wars” feature films have taken in $4.4 billion in global box office to date. What do you think? Can the coming “Star Wars” films live up to the old ones? Leave your thoughts in the comments. Follow me on Twitter @cjfarley
  5. Anunciado oficialmente: Rian Johnson está escrevendo uma nova trilogia, da qual o primeiro filme ele será diretor. Ram Bergman, colaborador do Johnson, entra como produtor. http://www.starwars.com/news/rian-johnson-writer-director-of-star-wars-the-last-jedi-to-create-all-new-star-wars-trilogy?cmp=smc|1147744441
  6. Dentinho

    Star Wars : Rebels

    Foram reveladas durante a Star Wars Celebration Europe, em Essen, na Alemanha, as primeiras imagens de Star Wars Rebels, a nova série animada da franquia. Confira abaixo o logo da série e as primeiras artes conceituais : Foram revela No evento, o produtor executivo Dave Filoni (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) falou sobre a influência do artista Ralph McQuarrie, designer da trilogia original, sob o cenário e personagens da série, incluindo toda a identidade visual. Nas artes acima é possível ver Ghost, a nave do personagem principal que será uma importante parte da série, além do alaranjado logo, que remete aos uniformes dos pilotos Rebeldes da trilogia original. Star Wars Rebels será ambientada depois das Guerras Clônicas, entre os Episódios III e IV. A trama deve corbrir um período de quase 20 anos que nunca foi explorado pela franquia no cinema ou na TV. Star Wars Rebels mostrará o crescimento do Império na galáxia e a caça aos últimos Jedis. Ao mesmo tempo, a Aliança Rebelde começa a tomar forma. O roteirista Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Primeira Classe) será o produtor-executivo da série e vai roteirizar o primeiro episódio. Filoni e Greg Weisman (Young Justice, The Spectacular Spider-Man) também assinam a produção-executiva. A série deve estrear na segunda metade de 2014 nos EUA, no canal pago Disney Channel. Depois, a animação pode migrar para o Disney XD.
  7. Jack Ryan

    Spin-off: Boba Fett

    'Star Wars' spin-offs: A young Han Solo movie, and a Boba Fett film -- EXCLUSIVE by Anthony Breznican Tags: Boba Fett, CapeTown: Movies, EW Exclusive, Star Wars, Young Han Solo Comments 193 Add comment Star Wars fans, admit it: you like scoundrels. And you’re about to get more of them in your life. Yesterday, The Walt Disney Co. unveiled plans to make a number of spin-off movies set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away — in addition to the post-Return of the Jedi trilogy that had already been announced. Entertainment Weekly has learned details on two of the spin-off projects: A young Han Solo saga, focusing on the wisecracking smuggler’s origin story, and a bounty hunter adventure with Boba Fett at the center of a rogue’s gallery of galactic scum. GET EW ON YOUR TABLET: Subscribe today and get instant access! Several sources close to the projects confirmed this was the direction the development was taking, although each cautioned it’s still very early in the process and, well, . Lucasfilm and Disney declined to comment on the information.The Han Solo story would take place in the time period between Revenge of the Sith and the first Star Wars (now known as A New Hope), so although it’s possible Harrison Ford could appear as a framing device, the movie would require a new actor for the lead — one presumably much younger than even the 35-year-old Ford when he appeared in the 1977 original. The Boba Fett film would take place either between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, or between Empire and Jedi, where the bounty hunter was last seen plunging unceremoniously into a sarlacc pit. Exactly who would play him isn’t much of a complication – in the original trilogy, he never took off his helmet. And in the prequels, we learned he was the son of the original stormtrooper clone, played by Temuera Morrison, who’s still the right age for the part if his services were required. In addition to bringing back two fan-favorite characters as the leads of their own films, the Han Solo and Boba Fett projects would also allow Darth Vader, in full-on black death-metal gear, to return as a villain, since placing the spin-offs within the original trilogy would mean he is still alive and hissing. That timeline would also open the door for a return from visit with everyone’s favorite degenerate slug-like gangster, Jabba the Hutt. Walt Disney Co. chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced the existence of spin-off plans yesterday as part of the company’s quarterly earnings report. He said the screenwriters working of the stand-alone films are Simon Kinberg (Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Sherlock Holmes) and Lawrence Kasdan (screenwriter of The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark and the filmmaker behind The Big Chill.) The pair are also involved in the drafting of the new trilogy, with Michael Arndt (Little Miss Sunshine, Toy Story 3) penning the first of the series, which J. J. Abrams has agreed to direct. That film is scheduled to hit theaters in 2015. There is no indication who might direct the Boba Fett and Han Solo films if they end up coming to fruition. Joe Johnston, director of Captain America and The Rocketeer, originally designed the armor for Boba Fett and told Screenrant he would like to make a film based around the character. Recently, Robert Rodriguez told MTV he would jump at the chance to make a Han Solo film if it were offered to him — although that seemed more like casual interest than a serious proposal. The recent novel Scoundrels, by sci-fi author Timothy Zahn, focused on the exploits of Solo in the period between A New Hope and Empire as he set up an Ocean’s 11-type heist of a gangster’s fortune. But sources said it was not the basis for any film currently in the works. As for other spin-offs, Ain’t It Cool reported Monday that a Yoda-centric film may be in the works, and earlier last month Vulture reported Zack Snyder may create a Seven Samurai-inspired Star Wars spin-off, although the filmmaker later said that was untrue. Lucasfilm has ramped up its development in recent months under the new leadership of Kathleen Kennedy, who stepped in as co-chair of the company as Star Wars creator George Lucas stepped back and sold the company to the Walt Disney Co. Kennedy, who has her eighth nomination for the Best Picture Oscar this year as producer ofLincoln, has a long track record of making films that strike a nerve with the original Star Warsgeneration, among them E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and everything from Gremlins to The Goonies and the Back to the Future movies. The question now: If these films do happen, who would you cast as a young Han Solo – or should they cast someone as relatively unknown as Ford once was? Boba Fett deve ganhar seu filme solo, situado ou entre os acontecimentos de Uma Nova Esperança e O Império Contra-Ataca ou entre Império e O Retorno de Jedi.
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