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"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" had "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Episode IX" director JJ Abrams on the show Wednesday night, and naturally the conversation went directly toward "Star Wars" for the bulks of Abrams' appearance. The big moment from the segment came when Colbert asked Abrams if he could give them any details about "Episode IX" and Abrams made a shocking revelation: that they have a screenplay for it. "So what can you tell us about 'Episode IX'? I know nothing, but something," Colbert asked, acknowledging that he probably wasn't going to get much... [Read More]
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After a bit of a bumpy start, what with losing its director and having the release date pushed back to accommodate the new filming schedule, Star Wars: Episode 9 is finally officially moving on to the next stage of production. [Read More]
JJ Abrams has claimed that the prominent critics of Star Wars: The Last Jedi are threatened by the strong influence of women in the sequel... [Read More]
The director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the upcoming Star Wars Episode 9 hits back at critics who feel threatened by strong female characters, and how it won't impact his film-making. [Read More]
The director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the upcoming Star Wars Episode 9 hits back at critics who feel threatened by strong female characters, and how it won't impact his film-making. [Read More]
As he prepares for his Star Wars return with Episode IX, director J.J. Abrams isn't fazed by the harsher responses…... [Read More]
Star Wars director JJ Abrams's next major multi-media franchise is a family-friendly collaboration called The Beastlies. [Read More]
JJ Abrams has slammed "Star Wars" fans who didn't like "The Last Jedi," telling Indiewire, "If you are someone who feels threatened by women and needs to lash out against them, you can probably find an enemy in 'Star Wars.'" "'Star Wars' is a big galaxy, and you can sort of find almost anything you want to in 'Star Wars,'" he said in the Friday interview. "You can probably look at the first movie that George [Lucas] did and say that Leia was too outspoken, or she was too tough," he added, referring to "Star Wars: A New Hope."... [Read More]
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