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Go Cougs: Pullman Native, WSU Grad Helped Write Latest 'Star Wars' Score
Go Cougs: Pullman Native, WSU Grad Helped Write Latest 'Star Wars' Score
PULLMAN (AP) — A Pullman native and WSU grad helped create the new "Star Wars" score. Paul Henning tells The Moscow-Pullman Daily News working with Academy Award-winning composer-conductor John Williams to create the musical score for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" was a long, but gratifying experience...
Star Wars Fanatics Eat Your Heart Out Now By Watching All 6 Movies At Once [VIDEO]
Star Wars Fanatics Eat Your Heart Out Now By Watching All 6 Movies At Once [VIDEO]
It will only take you TWO HOURS AND TWENTY-TWO MINUTES to do this! A YouTube user named Michael McNulty has compliled all six Star Wars movies in one video so that all the fanatics can happily watch commercial-free! The brand new Star Wars movie premieres in just days, and people everywhere are trying to catch up beforehand by watching all the old movies...
George Lucas Explains Why He Would Never Want to Make Another ‘Star Wars’ Movie
George Lucas Explains Why He Would Never Want to Make Another ‘Star Wars’ Movie
George Lucas recently commented about why he walked away from Star Wars and it’s all your fault. In a new video interview for Vanity Fair, the Star Wars creator voiced some of his frustrations with the past of the franchise and his hopes for the future, yielding some uncharacteristically candid soundbites.
Stephen Colbert Predicts the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Ending
Stephen Colbert Predicts the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Ending
Stephen Colbert may be the wildly successful host of a popular late night talk show on a major television network, but that doesn’t change who he really is: a huge nerd. Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson said of Colbert, “I have never met a bigger Tolkien geek in my life.” The Late Show host appeared in The Desolation of Smaug and hosted a Hobbit panel at Comic-Con. But his geek cred is not limited to Middle Earth. Last night, Colbert delivered an impassioned prediction of how Star Wars: The Force Awakens will end, and the funniest thing is, he wasn’t joking.
Netflix Negotiating With Disney For ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Streaming Rights
Netflix Negotiating With Disney For ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Streaming Rights
Back in 2012, Disney and Netflix struck a deal that would allow all of Disney’s films — including Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars properties — to stream exclusively on Netflix Instant, starting on January 1, 2016. As that date approaches, many have speculated openly about the Star Wars films finally coming to Netflix. There were even rumors recently that Netflix was prepping their database for the Star Wars movies, though Netflix denied those reports. While they have yet to comment specifically on the existing six films in the Star Wars library, Netflix did confirm that, as of now, they do not have the rights to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but are currently in negotiations to bring that title to their streaming library.

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