As anticipation continues to rise for the new Star Wars film to open at the end of this year, a hardware startup central to the making of one of the characters has raised a new round of funding. Sphero, makers of the eponymous spherical robots that you control with your smartphone — as well as the new BB-8
From the moment BB-8 made its debut in the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans have been trying to figure out how the rolling robot works. Once the world learned that the droid was a real prop, not a CGI effect, speculation went into overdrive. Lucasfilm has yet to reveal how BB-8
It looks like the leaks for “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens” just keep coming. Despite the movie’s top secret status, savvy fans have been reporting on plot rumors allegedly gathered over the summer from the set of the movie. The latest rumors, if true, reveal the opening sequence for the highly anticipated
Merry Christmas to you all from BB-8 fan page team. Enjoy today with your family and friends, like BB-8 here with his robot friends.
He wrote under the picture on his twiter (@DylanJBlakeley) “No hard feelings, I actually think you’re great!”
Star Wars The Force Awakens Teaser – The Ball Droid Awakens – BB-8
Toys Give a Look at Old and New Charaters The more movie studios tighten their grip on the details of their big movies, the more secrets will slip through their fingers. And you can generally blame the toy companies. Seriously. Those guys accidentally spoil more than anyone else in the business. However, this case is
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The over-reliance on computer generated effects was just one of the sorry aspects of the Star Wars prequels left a bad taste in the mouths of many fans. But here’s just cause for a new hope: BB-8, the cute little soccer ball droid featured in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser, was a practical effect. This
Character Names For Star Wars The Force Awakens revealed. After speculation about those characters in the widely-seen teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, J.J. Abrams, Disney and Lucasfilm dropped the names in the most perfect way possible – via trading faux Topps bubble-gum cards. John Boyega’s Stormtrooper (above), rumored to be the movie’s lead character,