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, …
The Hollywood Reporter has published a deep dive on one of the movie's most infamous moments: the Stormtrooper who banged his head on a blast door. The shot comes toward the end of the section of the movie when Luke, Han, and …
Star Wars might take place a long time ago ... the rebels stuck without a home in either direction (while Poe makes the …
Get comfortable, folks, because our own Luke Ryan is back for another round of Movie Mistakes. This time out, Luke is focusing his ever-watchful eye on the first live-action STAR WARS film to take place outside of the Skywalker Saga, …
Perhaps the message from the Star Wars films is that we need to lower our expectations of robot capabilities, in the short term at least. Cars will still crash, mistakes will still be made, regardless of whether humans or robots are doing the work.
At the red carpet premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi in Tokyo ... My job is to be anonymous in a way and make mistakes and observe life. And when you feel you’re the one who’s being observed, it’s a weird caliberation. Did Mark …
This post contains spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It’s confession time ... Luke Skywalker knows this and he makes damn sure that Rey and the audience learn from the mistakes of the past. It recontextualizes the prequels and …
Just when you think you’ve seen every little bit of rare Star Wars material, someone digs up a new artifact. Below is one video featuring bloopers from Star Wars — Alec Guinness, Harrison Ford, and Peter Cushing flubbing lines, and a …
/Film5mon
(The head-banging Stormtrooper in "Star Wars: A New Hope."Lucasfilm) 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 …