May the Fourth has become an unofficial holiday for "Star Wars" fans. In observance of the date, we leave you with an excerpt from composer and conductor John Williams and the Vienna Philharmonic, playing "The Imperial March." It's a reminder…
Waititi had for months been expected to take the reins of the galaxy far, far away, having already directed the season finale of the "Star Wars" streaming spinoff "The Mandalorian." But the Walt Disney Co. waited until the franchise's unofficial…
By Jake Coyle, Associated Press
The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission is being commemorated extensively, including at the White House, where President Trump recognized the crew's two surviving members. Their conversation included discussion of a new push to travel to the far side…
By Miles O'Brien
What makes a holiday movie? We asked a pop-culture blogger for non-traditional holiday recommendations.
By Alison Thoet
By Dan Cooney
Fisher, the actress, author and screenwriter, was perhaps as well known as an advocate for mental illness as she was for her iconic role as Princess Leia from "Star Wars." In the hours since her death, fans have shared a…
By Joshua Barajas, Corinne Segal
“Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher died Tuesday, four days after she suffered a “cardiac episode” on a flight from London to Los Angeles, according to family spokesman Simon Halls.
By Associated Press
Obama shared his must-watch list of movies and TV shows to "expand your mind to new horizons" in the November issue of Wired magazine.
By Larisa Epatko
In world news this week, Kenyans torched tons of a precious product, a Turkish official quit, and an Aussie claimed to create bitcoin. Oh, and did we mention it was Star Wars Day? Take our quiz on this and more.
By PBS NewsHour
How can we relieve anti-Muslim discrimination? Haroon Moghul says that adding a Muslim character to a certain science fiction franchise might go a long way in changing perceptions and offering a vision of a more united future.
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