Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy reveals plans for 10 ‘Star Wars’ and 10 Marvel series to stream on Disney+ in the next few years, along with other enticing programming tidbits.
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Studios’ 2020-2021 youth robotics collaboration, FIRST Game Changers, powered by ‘Star Wars: Force for Change,’ helps expand STEM learning for students around the world.
Following rumors of troubles in development, pre-production on Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi miniseries is put on hold.
With Jon Favreau at the helm, the first ever ‘Star Wars’ live-action series, about a deadly gunfighter in the galaxy’s outer reaches, launches November 12 on the new Disney+ streaming service.
Rey, Kylo, Poe, C-3PO, etc., etc., return for the conclusion of the Skywalker saga in Lucasfilm and J.J. Abrams’s new sci-fi action-adventure coming December 20, 2019.
Submission forms now available for entering VFX projects in Film, Television, Special Venue, Games, Animation, VR and New Media created between January 1 and December 31, 2019.
Starting with upcoming 18th annual awards, Society will recognize special (practical) effects in photoreal projects and allow more category eligibility for animation projects.
Legendary Academy, DGA and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker to be recognized for his valuable contributions to filmed entertainment at the upcoming January 29 VES Awards.
Hitting U.S. theatres December 20, Episode IX’s epic conclusion to the original ‘Star Wars’ cinematic saga draws ever closer.
Splashy presentations of new series set within Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar franchise worlds teases both fans and industry with previously unannounced details about the studio’s aggressive new streaming platform programming plans.
Disney and Lucasfilm will provide a $1.5 million donation, in-kind and mentorship resources to help expand access to worldwide K-12 nonprofit FIRST programs.
Opening in U.S. theaters on December 20, ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ will include previously unused footage of Carrie Fisher as General Organa.
Acclaimed actor, producer and director will executive produce and write the untitled series for Disney’s new direct-to-consumer platform.
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will create a new films separate from both the Skywalker saga and ‘The Last Jedi’ director Rian Johnson’s trilogy.
Headed by NBCUniversal’s Ron Meyer, the board assumes governance of the project, set to open in 2019.
‘The Force Awakens’ helmer returns to wrap up the franchise he launched after Colin Trevorrow’s exit from the project.
ASC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient’s cinematography credits include ‘Ordinary People,’ ‘American Gigolo,’ ‘The Big Chill,’ ‘Groundhog Day,’ ‘As Good as It Gets,’ ‘The Anniversary Party,’ ‘The Way Way Back’ and ‘A Walk in the Woods.’