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Rent & Watch ‘Rogue One’ on Redbox – Release Date

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You probably already preordered it, but if you need Rogue One on Redbox, now’s the time! Rogue One is coming to Redbox soon for just $1.99. You saw Rogue One in theaters 20 times, but it wasn’t enough. Now, you need it on Redbox. The newest Star Wars movie is packed with action and one of the biggest hits of last year. Renting Rogue One on Redbox …

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Michael K. Williams Joins ‘Star Wars’ Han Solo Cast in Mystery Role

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Anticipation is growing for the new Han Solo movie. The Star Wars spin-off seems to have more exciting news to share every day. The latest update is that Michael K. Williams is joining the already incredible cast. Williams is most known for his roles in 12 Years a Slave, Boardwalk Empire and his recent series Hap and Leonard. Like most of the news about …

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‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’ Has an Ominous Full Title

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Get out your lightsaber, Mark Hamill. It’s looking like you’ll have a large role to fill in Star Wars: Episode VIII. The full title for the new film is now available, and it’s called The Last Jedi. Naturally, we can only speculate about what secrets this title reveals about the next Star Wars installment. But we’re going to try to figure it out anyway. …

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Why Is ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Bombing in China?

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The newest Star Wars flick Rogue One may have smitten audiences in the United States, but its overseas opening in China has been lackluster at best. Rogue One: A Star Wars story had an astronomical opening domestically. On it’s opening day, it earned $71.1 million, and the totals for the first weekend exceeded $150 million. Now, it’s totaling about $838 million worldwide. Related: The 25 …

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Carrie Fisher, ‘Star Wars’ Actress, Dead at 60

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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, actress Carrie Fisher helped transport viewers into a world of sci-fi and heroics with her portrayal of Princess Leia in Star Wars. Fans are remembering her most well-known performance as they mourn the death of Fisher, who passed away early this morning. Fisher had suffered a heart attack during a flight …

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Star Wars Swashbuckler ‘Rogue One’ Blasts into Earnings Top Spot

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No surprise which movie blasted its way to the top of the revenue lists over the weekend. Despite the publicity push for the Oscar-bound Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling musical La La Land, U.S. audiences went in droves to see the latest Star Wars swashbuckler Rogue One, the well-reviewed eighth movie in the series begun by George Lucas in 1977. Called …

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‘Rogue One’ Sets December Box Office Record with $155M

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If there’s one thing Disney could guarantee they’d get out of expanding the Star Wars franchise, it’s massive amounts of money. The weekend’s box office numbers for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story confirmed that idea with one of the biggest openings in history. Rogue One was just released on December 16, but it has already made more money than most films do over the …

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Han Solo Star Wars Spin-Off to Start Shooting in February

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Rogue One has just hit theaters, but the Star Wars franchise is already looking ahead. One of our favorite characters, Han Solo, may be absent from Rogue One, but luckily he’s got a solo movie coming up very soon. In fact, it’s going to start filming in just two months. The film, which is yet untitled, has been getting loads of hype …

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Movie Review: ‘Rogue One’ Indulges the Darker Side of Star Wars

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How does Rogue One: A Star Wars story stack up to the legendary Star Wars franchise? Find out by reading our movie review: Rogue One is the first Star Wars movie to open without the booming John Williams score or the expository text crawl. I braced for the silence of the credits to be obliterated by that familiar theme, but …

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