Colin Trevorrow teases ‘Star Wars Episode IX’ development

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BB-8 is the latest Star Wars robot featured in the upcoming moving “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” And the toy version of the character was created in Boulder. “It’s something we planned for. The most talked about Star Wars toy to launch during last week’s “Force Friday” is the new $150 BB-8 droid from Boulder’s Sphero (and no — it’s not the $80 one at Target stores).JJ Abrams’ film will open a day earlier than expected in the UK, on Thursday 17 December, while the French will get to see the movie a further 24 hours ahead of that, on Wednesday 16 December. We knew how many we could make, we knew our fastest run time,” Wilson added. “We are making them as we speak.” Many store locations have sold out of the toy, but Sphero staff is making them as fast as they can with hopes that by Christmas every Star Wars fan who wants their own BB-8 can own one.

YouTuber Dizzy Heights, who captured the moment on film, explained that he bought the droid as a surprise pre-holiday gift for his husband, leaving it in his suitcase for him to find. It’s been a week of excitement for Star Wars fans, mind – with a whole range of Episode 7 merchandise going on sale across the world in an event dubbed ‘Force Friday’. Heather Humphries, Ireland’s arts minister, confirmed the news amid concerns about how shooting would be handled on the island, according to Irish TV news RTÉ. Or, as he’s introduced in the first issue, Sergeant Kes Dameron. “Dameron” is, of course, the last name of Isaac’s X-Wing pilot glimpsed in trailers to J.J.

Here’s our list of where to find the Sphero BB-8 for $150: • Brilliant Sky Toys — 7301 South Santa Fe Drive, Unit 345, at Aspen Grove mall in Littleton. An ecologist and observers from the National Parks and Wildlife Service and the National Monuments Service will monitor filming to protect archaeological sites and wildlife habitats, and the Lucasfilm production has agreed to honor strict guidelines set in place to protect the site.

I traveled to the States to see each of the prequels, journeyed across Europe with Jeremy ‘Boba Fett’ Bulloch and friends to raise money for Make-A-Wish and have run fan sites since the mid-’90s. Abrams’ big-screen revival of the space opera franchise. (His full name is Poe Dameron.) While it’s possible that Kes and Shara are entirely unrelated to Poe, that’s hardly likely in a mythology that’s based around Old Ben Kenobi turning out to be Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Luke Skywalker revealed as the son of Anakin Skywalker. Lucasfilm now tells EW that the confusion about what was shooting came from them trying to stay low-key and using the title ‘Star Wars’ without differentiating between the films. Whether this bodes ill for Shara and Kes in the remaining three issues of the series — which is, based on the evidence of its first, by Greg Rucka and Marco Chechetto, about the Rebel Alliance’s missions to root out the remaining Imperial strongholds in the aftermath of the Emperor’s death — remains to be seen.

Maybe not, but ‘Star Wars’ is definitely coded into my DNA.” James Burns, co-founder of Jedi News, says the ultimate fan must have a passion for all six films, “even if some of them are better than others. But if there’s one thing that might explain Poe’s dedication to the cause, it could be the tragic death of a parent or two in the service of the galaxy’s greater good…

Abrams’ film is also predicted to smash the world record for biggest global box-office opening weekend, currently held by Jurassic World after the dinosaur disaster epic’s $524.4m bow in June. Sources tell EW that smaller scale reshoots have happened during the summer, including during the time some of the cast was gathered in Southern California for Disney’s D23 fan expo last month.

For almost 40 years, fans have been captivated by ‘Star Wars’ and traveled as part of the galaxy that George Lucas created.” What: Make a pitch using any or all of three ways: 1) Write a pitch in 150 words or less, 2) Send photos by uploading to any photo sharing site and sending a link, 3) Create a video no longer than two minutes and email it to us directly or upload to YouTube and send a link. In other Star Wars news, the story behind droid C-3PO’s mysterious red arm in trailers for The Force Awakens is set to be revealed in a new comic book. The island is home to the ruins of a small monastery that was occupied for between 400 and 600 years until the 12th century, which is most likely why the Star Wars team is interested in shooting there. Meanwhile, descriptions for new Halloween costumes based on Adam Driver’s nefarious Kylo Ren, John Boyega’s Finn and Daisy Ridley’s Rey have revealed some choice details.

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