Disney has A LOT going on right now in their Star Wars universe that seems to grow every day. We hear countless rumors of potential characters and movies that will be coming out in the coming years. #Disney is gonna yank as much money out of this cash cow as possible, and that includes trying to revive old characters into something new.
#Class is the fourth spin-off show for the BBC hit series #DoctorWho. The series was created by novelist Patrick Ness and saw a group of teenagers attempt to save the world at Coal Hill school, which is where Clara Oswald taught.
As we all know, Steven Moffat has announced that he is stepping down as showrunner for the hit BBC series #DoctorWho. The question now: Who is going to take his place? In January 2016 it was officially announced that Broadchurch showrunner Chris Chibnall will act as head writer to continue on the longest running science fiction show, and a very familiar face approves of this promotion.
As Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's Westworld turns out to be a giant wooden game of "get the ball to the middle of the maze," we are still left reeling from the bullet-riddled finale. Episode 10, "The Bicameral Mind" saw Dr. Ford's new narrative spell a possible end to the park's serene life of donkey walks and piano ditties. The first season wrapped with #Westworld's signature keep 'em wanting more style, meaning that the wait until Season 2 in 2018 is likely to be an agonizing one (robots feel pain too). While we practice our lasso skills, let's rank the winners and losers of #HBO's wild, wild western.
Set phasers to "stunned," because for once, the rumors are to be believed. A leaked cast-list for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story all but ruined the surprise that several characters from #GeorgeLucas's original three #StarWars films would cameo in Gareth Edwards's spin-off, and it wasn't wrong. Sadly we didn't get to see Carrie Fisher stick on those hair buns one last time before her tragic passing, but a leaked cast list was bang on with the promised return of some fan-favorites. Redditor tphilb, who broke the news, said that their line of work means the list made it onto their desk, which is a pretty big slip up — someone definitely got fired for this one.
With J.J. Abrams aboard Star Wars: Episode IX, it seems that Lucasfilm's directorial disputes are behind them, and peace has returned once again to the galaxy far, far away. However, whilst he's set to make the Sequel Trilogy a safe and secure franchise once more, Abrams’s appointment may mark a turning point in the years to come. His return to the helm of the Millennium Falcon may not only change the course the Star Wars universe, but it may also alter the future of the film industry as well.