Disney Confirms 'Star Wars: Episode VII' on Target for 2015 Disney has been pretty slow to release official information about its slate of upcoming Star Wars sequels, but nobody gets out of CinemaCon without making a few big announcements, and this one's sort of a doozy, albeit in classically circumspect Mouse House fashion: Episode VII is indeed coming to theaters in 2015, with a new Star Wars-related film to follow every summer. More
Ford not 'yet' ready to talk 'Star Wars' sequels Harrison Ford isn't ready — "yet" — to talk about his reported part in Disney's planned "Star Wars" sequel, but he praises its director, J.J. Abrams. "I think he's fantastic," Ford said in a recent interview.Read more on NewsOK.com More
Preview: 'William Shakespeare's Star Wars' This morning I brought you an exclusive look at the new Lego Star Wars book. Now we have another Force-related preview. This time, the mashup is a little odder: It blends the Star Wars universe with the work of The Bard. More
Disney working on standalone Star Wars movies Star Wars fans have more than just Episodes 7, 8 and 9 to look forward to. Disney CEO Bob Iger said at the annual shareholders meeting in Phoenix on Wednesday that the company is developing "some standalone movies" featuring Star Wars characters. More
Lucas loses UK battle over stormtrooper helmets Britain's Supreme Court turned down a bid by George Lucas' company to stop a prop designer from selling stormtrooper helmet replicas featured in the "Star Wars" films. Andrew Ainsworth sculpted the white helmets worn by the sinister galactic warriors in ... 07/28/2011 - 1:00 am | View Link
Lucas loses ‘Star Wars’ helmet battle in UK Lucasfilm Ltd. has been trying for years to stop him, in a battle that has climbed through the British courts. Lucasfilm’s lawyers argued that the stormtrooper suits are sculptures and therefore works of art covered by British copyright law. Two lower ... 07/27/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
George Lucas Sues UK Prop Designer Over Stormtrooper Helmet Replicas…And He Loses A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away Britain, Star Wars creator George Lucas filed a lawsuit against UK prop designer Andrew Ainsworth in an effort to stop him from making and selling replicas of stormtrooper helmets. After a court battle which lasted ... 07/27/2011 - 8:34 am | View Link
Lucas loses UK battle over stormtrooper helmets Lucasfilm Ltd. has been trying for years to stop him, in a battle that has climbed through the British courts. Lucasfilm's lawyers argued that the stormtrooper suits are sculptures and therefore works of art covered by British copyright law. Two lower ... 07/27/2011 - 8:21 am | View Link
Lucas Loses UK Battle Over Stormtrooper Helmets LONDON -- The Empire has struck out. Britain's Supreme Court on Wednesday defeated a bid by George Lucas' company to stop a prop designer making and selling replicas of the iconic stormtrooper helmets from the "Star Wars" films. The court did, however ... 07/27/2011 - 1:54 am | View Link
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Suzanne Smith likes to assign a cameraperson to shoot the teams running onto the field when she directs NFL games for CBS.
Typically those images might be used as a backdrop when the commentators welcome viewers or the broadcast comes back from commercial.
You’ve heard the saying, “You just can’t make this stuff up.”
Well, mark this one down now, because by early November, this might be all anyone is talking about.
Enter the “wayback machine” to 1989, back when I was in my early 20s, and a little movie called “Back to the Future Part II” was released.
Though it wasn’t as good as the original, it did have its moments, and one moment may be what breaks the “Curse of the Billy Goat.”
In the movie, the main character was transported to the year 2015, where he saw that the Chicago Cubs had beaten Miami to win the World Series.
For one, Miami didn’t even have a team in 1989, but they do now.