From the samples, it appears this won’t be the most detailed of reference books, but we’ll no doubt learn a few new things.
There’s still no official word on The Force Awakens Blu-ray release, but Amazon (via) has informed those who pre-ordered that the release date is April 5, just as previously reported. Hopefully this means we’ll get an announcement – and details on the bonus features – soon. UPDATE: And apparently it’s gone again. Guys, c’mon. No one is fooled by this.
→ Ewan McGregor talked about his vocal cameo in The Force Awakens on Jimmy Kimmel Live the other day.
→ Yes, Episode IX will be shot on film, director Colin Trevorrow said last week. In case you thought it would buck the trend.
JoBlo has quite the rumor dump on Rogue One, including a brand-new droid, a name and some new stormtrooper types.
And it seems a fourth costume from the film has shown up in Nuremberg.
There’s another behind-the-scenes look at the visual effects of The Force Awakens at Variety. The nearly 11-minute video features visual effects supervisors Roger Guyett and Patrick Tubach, creature supervisor Neal Scanlan, and special effects supervisor Chris Corbould.
Making Star Wars is reporting that Episode VIII may be heading to Dubrovnik, Croatia for some location shooting. The city, which fronts the Adriatic Sea, has also been used as a filming location for HBO’s Game of Thrones, most notably as King’s Landing.
My idle speculation: A new planet, or perhaps a different part of Takodana, to check in on Maz?
On StarWars.com, Matthew Wood reveals the familiar voices behind the various troopers and pilots of The Force Awakens.