You might think you've seen everything when it comes to the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, but today we present to you a blooper reel from 'A New Hope' (then still titled 'The Star Wars') that was previously unseen. Lucasfilm editor J.W. …
With Thursday marking the 40th anniversary of the release of "Star Wars: A New Hope," there are a lot of stories circulating that look back on the iconic first movie of the lucrative saga. The Hollywood Reporter has published a deep …
As Star Wars celebrates its 40th anniversary, we've learned a bit more about one of the film's most famous bloopers. You know the one, where a Stormtrooper smacks his head on the door as he enters a control room, while Luke Skywalker, …
Star Wars fans are sure to enjoy newly created Star Wars trailer which has been created using Star Wars blooper footage to create a new and original one minute trailer for the icon space movie. The new Star Wars blooper trailer has …
Sometimes that story can be entertaining, like this Moz video on Star Wars. Sometimes it can be educational ... It keeps you from making the same …
There is no sound in the first few clips from this Episode IV blooper reel, so don’t fret about your speakers being broken. Get caught up with our latest Star Wars coverage here, or check out some recent articles below: J.J. Abrams and …
THE man responsible for the most famous blooper in Star Wars history has broken his silence. The scene in question …
But the ending isn’t the only part of the experience - there’s the journey. In any …
Star Wars is back, and in spectacular style. But while The Force Awakens stands out on its own as the start of a new era, there are six previous Star Wars movies for fans, new and old alike, to watch on repeat ad infinitum. Doing so means …
Two minutes and 36 seconds. That’s how much never-before-seen footage of “Star Wars” bloopers was posted to YouTube Sunday, getting more than a million views in just a couple of days. There’s just something particularly …