After nearly three years, one Primetime Emmy and thousands of 15 second clips, “Star Wars Uncut,” (SWU) is complete. In 2009 Casey Pugh and his cre... President Obama dubbed it, then Cookie Monster sang it and now Luke Skywalker, …
Brand new Star Wars bloopers have found their way onto YouTube, after they were originally revealed at San Diego's …
We never see a journalist in "Star Wars." Not in eight movies and counting ... Which is to say, the Empire never seems to learn from its mistakes. Nor are the Jedi blameless, says Hurtgen: Their mantra is to "examine your feelings," a far cry …
See what the stars from the most famous sci-fi movie ever are up to today! A new “Star Warsblooper reel has surfaced, showing some of the funny moments from the galaxy set. In one scene, Harrison Ford stumbles over his lines. In …
Part of loving something is loving its quirks and inconsistencies, its mistakes—so it's a worrying task to 'fix' a classic. It doesn't matter if the creators have been …
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Now that the cast of "Star Wars: Episode VII" has been announced ... On the other hand, casting mistakes marred Episodes I-III. Don't believe me? Take a look back at the second trilogy's five most regrettable casting …
While not all of us are as excited as others about the upcoming J.J. Abrams-directed (and now scripted) Star Wars: Episode VII, ever since the film’s announcement there seems to have been a focus on the original trilogy of films that …
(KTVI) – Thought you had seen every Star Wars clip? Think again. The scenes in the newly released film from 1977 have never appeared in any of the DVD or BluRay releases. It features all new unseen outtakes. The blooper reel has hit the …
A 36 year-old Star Wars blooper reel surfaces online (Photo: StarWars/facebook) All Star War fans who attended the 2013 Comic Con were in for a big treat -- they got to view a rare and long-lost blooper reel from the original Star Wars
Via Wired and HuffPo, two and a half minutes of found footage that premiered at Comic Con this summer and which has now, inevitably, migrated to YouTube. It’s a treat, not because the bloopers are very funny but because seeing pieces …