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I Find Your Lack of Fez Disturbing: 11 'Doctor Who' Actors Who Have Materialized in 'Star Wars'
With Rogue One: A Star Wars Story swift becoming a massive box-office for Disney, it's clear that Star Wars is back in business! Fans just can't get enough of the battle between good and evil in this far away galaxy, but Star Wars is by no means the only franchise to explore universes beyond our imagining. On our television sets, we can enjoy similar adventures in #StarTrek, as well as Doctor Who.
The CGI Grand Moff Tarkin in ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Raises Some Ethical & Moral Questions
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has blasted into theaters, and fans couldn’t be happier! Indeed, many have even said that the movie is the true Star Wars prequel that film fans have wanted to see, since it cleverly bridges the gap between Episodes III and IV with plenty of innovation, as well as copious references to the rest of the series. Amongst the jugs of blue milk there are some crazy cameos, and the return of some familiar faces. One in particular is getting a lot of people excited – and has even prompted the studio to respond to the concerns of many fans. And no, it’s not Darth Vader...
Neo-Nazis Want to Crush ‘Rogue One’ at the Box-Office With One Swift Boycott
There seems to be a consensus on the internet that 2016 has been something of a strange year. Between the multiple celebrity deaths and the bitter US election, many of us are looking forward to a fresh start in 2017. However, in the midst of all this hostility and division, Rawstory has lifted the lid on another great disturbance, or controversy if you will, one which is awakening in the #StarWars fandom...
Could Nicolas Winding Refn Make A 'Doctor Who' Movie?
Doctor Who fans are pretty divided when it comes to the Doctor's film adventures. While the time-traveling hero's had plenty of televised escapades, we haven't had a Doctor Who movie since 1996's generally disliked Doctor Who: The Movie. But that could change if director Nicolas Winding Refn gets his way.Lewis Jefferies
Bryan Fuller Has Warped Away From 'Star Trek: Discovery' — Should Trekkies Be Worried?
If the red alert klaxon wasn’t screeching through the minds of Star Trek fans before, it will be probably be blaring now. Fans were displeased when the news broke last month that #StarTrekDiscovery would be delayed until next May, and the TV gods look set to disappoint us even more. A major driving force in the show has now diminished, and their absence is sure to change the bold course that the program was set upon.
New 'Star Wars: Rogue One' Trailer Reveals Hints About What Darth Vader Is up To
In case you haven’t heard, a new trailer has dropped for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and fans across the internet are loving it. After all, a new trailers means more footage, more footage leads to more epicness, and epicness leads to happiness.
New Details Hint at Finn’s Fate in 'Star Wars: Episode VIII'
There’s no denying that life in a galaxy far, far away can be a tad brutal and dangerous. As a result of blaster bolts, lightsabers and the occasional explosion, we’ve seen a lot of injury and death dealt out to various characters throughout the Star Wars saga. And the latest films haven’t shied away from this either!
For all of the contraptions that the company Zeroth Robots, could dream up, there remained a most special device. This appliance didn’t do your homework for you. No, it didn’t wash your face for you or brush your teeth automatically. This particular innovation allowed for the weary, the downtrodden, the forlorn and the melancholic to uplift their spirits with a simple tap of a screen. While most would think that automation would be behind manufacturing automobiles and processing washer and dryer units, this device offered psychiatric attention. In a field wrought with ample attention placed on human-to-human interaction, this was a seismic shift in the way the profession dealt with everything from depression to dependency.Skyler Saunders
Why ‘First Contact’ is the Best Star Trek Film
Set phasers to fun: the first reviews of Star Trek Beyond are out, and it's looking positive! However, if this article was a computer interface from Trek, then the sensors would already be detecting the outrage and scorn that will be descending upon the comment section below. Why? Well, for daring to suggest that Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan isn’t the best Star Trek movie.
5 Fan-Made Ideas for Future Star Trek Exploration
How does that iconic speech end, again? Oh yes... It’s a brilliantly rousing statement, isn’t it? And what’s more, it's undeniably true. Star Trek was, and still is, a forward-thinking and groundbreaking behemoth of pop-culture. Not only have we followed and loved an array of charming and progressive characters, we’ve seen weird and wonderful aliens in stupendous stories which have both contemplated human morality and delivered plenty of awesome action.
10 Pieces of 'Star Wars' Lore That Could Make for a Killer TV Show
It was recently revealed that Disney and ABC are discussing the potential of bringing a canon Star Wars TV show to fruition. Many fans have been salivating over the idea and with so many stories and ideas out there, we have plenty of options to get excited about.Tyler S. Callaway
20 Years Later- 20 Facts About 'Star Trek: First Contact'
As positive reviews flood in for Star Trek Beyond, the franchise itself celebrates its fiftieth anniversary as a famous and crucially influential piece of pop culture. However, there is another part of this phenomenon which is hitting an important milestone.