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Star Wars: The Force Awakens

  1. The Mary Sue Interview: SHIELD’s Ming-Na Wen On Female Superheroes And A Role In The New Star Wars Films

    May the force (possibly) be with Melinda May!

    If you didn’t already think Melinda May was one of the coolest women in history, get ready to have your mind changed forever and for always. Ming-Na Wen, the actress who plays the Agents of SHIELD badass, tells us she’s looking to lightspeed ahead into another geek-approved galaxy.

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  2. Space Queens Lupita Nyong’o and Felicity Jones Talk Star Wars and the Possibilities of Sci-Fi

    Get Gwendoline Christie in there and three will be a crowd!

    Awww, these ladies.

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  3. Hasbro “Feels They Have Released Plenty” Of Female Character Star Wars Toys, Has No Plans To Announce More

    Oh. Well.

    Fans of Star Wars: Rebels were relieved back in December when Hasbro finally announced they'd be adding figures Hera and Sabine, two major female characters from the show, to their line of Rebels toys. But when you stack them up against the many differently sized figures of male characters like Ezra and Kanan, the options still seems a bit... lopsided. Well, too bad, because if what you want is more female figures, Hasbro doesn't seem to care what you think.

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  4. Mark Hamill Talks About Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Being Maybe Spied On By Drones

    "It’s just crazy town."

    You'd think Mark Hamill would be more accustomed than most actors to the level of security that it takes to keep something from the Star Wars movies from leaking—remember how he was only one of a handful of people who knew Darth Vader was Luke's dad? But things have changed since then. Heck, now you've gotta to worry about the nearest equivalent we have to droids actually coming in and snooping on your filming.

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  5. Wait, What Now? Mel Brooks Says A Spaceballs Sequel Is In The Works??

    So, at last we meet for the second time for the last time.

    But still no History of The World Part II?

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  6. J.J. Abrams Has Seen Things You Wouldn’t Believe in Response to the Force Awakens Trailer

    Who knew Star Wars had such dedicated fans?

    At the Visual Effects Society Awards, Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams had predictably few things to say about the upcoming movie, but he did have some interesting hints to drop about the look and feel of the movie. And, of course, he had to address that lightsaber.

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  7. Lucasfilm Confirms Stormtroopers Aren’t Clones, Female Stormtroopers Now Canon

    Aren't you a little too WHITE and MALE to be a stormtrooper?

    I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of dudebros cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced: according to HitFix, the first official Star Wars novel to be published since Disney's rejection of the Expanded Universe reveals the galaxy's inaugural canon female stormtrooper.

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  8. Clone Wars Here We Come: Orphan Black’s Tatiana Maslany, Rooney Mara Auditioning For Star Wars Spinoff Film

    HOLY, TILDA SWINTON!

    Tatiana Maslany, star of the BBC America hit Orphan Black, is reportedly in the running for one of the standalone Star Wars movies coming our way in the next few years.

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  9. New Episode VII Teaser to Premiere Before Age of Ultron, Feature Han, Luke, and Leia

    Search your feelings. You know it to be true.

    Go away, goosebumps! Come back in three-and-a-half months!

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  10. George Lucas Says He Was Making Star Wars Episode VII Until Disney Saved Us Stepped In

    When you wish upon a Death Star...

    Listen, I love George Lucas for creating Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and more, and I love the original trilogy, Ewoks and all—especially Ewoks, haters. Yub nub. But unless The Force Awakens turns out prequel-trilogy-bad, I have no desire to see what Lucas would've done with Episode VII, and as he tells it, we were all about to find out until the Disney deal came along.

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