In 2013, filmmaker Stephen Soderbergh was quoted as saying “In terms of cultural real estate, TV has really taken control of the conversation that used to be the reserve of movies. It’s sort of a second golden age of television, which is great for the viewers. … If you like your stories to go narrow…
“This will be the final word in the story of Skywalker.” Released on 20 December 2019, “Star Wars: Episode XI – The Rise of Skywalker” marked the return of director JJ Abrams, and the signalled the official end of the Star Wars Skywalker Saga aka the episode films.
““I fear nothing. For all is as the Force wills it.” In 2012, Disney bought George Lucas’ Lucasfilm for $4 billion and ushered a new era of “Star Wars.” They quickly announced a continuation of the episodic films, supplemental films, and TV series, comics, books, and video games to complement them.
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” In 1977, a little known writer/director named George Lucas released his cinematic love letter to the space serial of his youth. “Star Wars,” later subtitled “A New Hope,” launched the epic space-opera franchise that spawned a massive fandom.
The geeks are back with a review of Disney’s streaming service – Disney+.
We all float here. It’s an instinct, a feeling. The force has brought us together.
The Disney+ Twitter feed has had quite the morning. It tweeted out images of every title coming to the streaming service on November 12. That’s right folks, here’s the official list!
With the test run underway in the Netherlands, the list of what’s available currently on the streaming service serves as a good benchmark of what’s to come on November 12th.
Did you know that only 2 major blockbuster films this summer weren’t made by Disney? There’s a reason why they have their own convention – the D23 Expo.