Domhnall attended the EE British Academy Film Awards yesterday. He presented the Film Not In The English Language award alongside Carrie Fisher to Hugo Sigman and Damian Szifron (‘Wild Tales’). “Brooklyn” took home the Outstanding British Film, “The Revenant” took home Best Film, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Sound and Best Leading Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio) while “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” took home Special Visual Effects. For the full list of winners be sure to head over to the official website. We have added the first batch of high quality images in our gallery.
We have additional production and official on-set images of “The Revenant“, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “Brooklyn” in our gallery. We also replaced previous added stills with better quality.
Additional high quality images of Domhnall at the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” World Premiere are added in our gallery. Many thanks to my friend Claudia for her donations. You can also find the first red carpet interviews after the jump.
The most anticipated premiere of the year took place yesterday in Los Angeles: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” had it’s world premiere yesterday. Domhnall attended alongside his co-stars. We have added the first high quality images in our gallery. Many thanks to my friends Lora from Daisy Ridley Source and Luciana from Oscar Isaac Fans for their donations.
The new trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” aired last night at ESPN and it was released online soon after. You can (re)watch the trailer below. The movie will be released on December 18, 2015 in the U.S.A.
Deadline is reporting that the presale tickets caused to crash Fandango and others. They are reporting the following story:
The months and months of hype have paid off for Disney and Lucasfilm this afternoon, as theater chains began offering advance ticket sales for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which hits theaters two months from today on December 18. Perhaps a little too well, however. Legions of Star Wars fans immediately rushed to online ticket sellers to secure their seats but alas, the force is not strong with them. The sudden rush of demand from Jedi-happy fans has caused loading issues and site outages on purchasing platforms including Fandango, the Alamo Drafthouse, and AMC Theaters.
Fandango was most seriously affected as of this writing, with the site timing out before the home page loads when we attempted to access it. Service for ticket sellers has been spotty all over, and though many fans were eventually able to purchase tickets after several attempts, others are reporting they’ve gotten access only for these sites to crash again before finalization.
We have added the new poster of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in our gallery. We also replaced the first production still of Domhnall with better quality. A new trailer will also air tonight on ESPN during the football game. Teasers of the trailer can found on the official twitter account.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is just two months away and today we’re proud to reveal the official theatrical poster showcasing an awakening of the dark side… and the light. And be sure to tune into ESPN’s Monday Night Football tomorrow for an exclusive new look at the film.
If that’s not enough, tickets for the highly anticipated film will also go on sale tomorrow for showings in theaters across the globe. Check out the list below to see how some theaters will be celebrating this momentous occasion with special events and exclusive giveaways.
For more information about the fan events be sure to head over to StarWars.com.
THR is reporting that “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will have it’s world red carpet premiere on December 14 in Los Angeles.
Disney and Lucasfilm will unveil Star Wars: The Force Awakens at a massive world premiere in Los Angeles on Dec. 14, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
From there, the highly anticipated sequel will jump into hyperspace and head for a premiere in London, followed by other events around the world.
The Los Angeles premiere is sure to be one of the hottest tickets in recent Hollywood history, with executives, agents and journalists jockeying for a coveted invite. In addition, Disney is attempting to keep the film’s secrets under wraps, so there likely will be minimal screenings for press and cast and crew in advance of the premiere. While castmembers from the J.J. Abrams-helmed film have appeared at Comic-Con and Star Wars Celebration over the past year, the world premiere also is likely to be the first time that most or all of the cast will be seen together.
We have added the high quality magazine scans of Empire Magazine’s (UK) October 2015 issue. The Star Wars cast is featured on the covers as we previously reported.