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Featuring yet another standout performance by the brilliant Peter Cushing as the mad baron, Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell is also notable for the pre- Star Wars pairing of the actors who would four years later reunite to play two of the most iconic villains in the cinematic galaxy - Darth Vader and Grand Moff Tarkin .
"I think they told me, 'No, you're not in it,'" Elgort, who stars in "The Fault in Our Stars," said about "Episode VII" when asked if his "Star Wars" audition was a success.
The Sherlock actor was among the big names linked to Episode VII - which is being made by his Star Trek Into Darkness director JJ Abrams - but he has now insisted that he does not have a role in the film, although he hinted that he did want one.
The Sherlock star broke the disappointing news at Oz Comic-Con, telling fans that he won't be involved in director JJ Abrams' Star Wars , reports Radio Times .
Hollywood legend Harrison Ford has spent the past four decades of his life churning out beloved movies.
Neela Debnath is a member of the Independent's Online editorial team. She has an MA in Journalism from Brunel University.
Peter Mayhew who played Chewbacca in the Star Wars films is in Melbourne for a fan convention.
First off, my apologies for the delay in getting up this review of The Clone Wars' final episode, as it was a crazy couple of weeks, some travel included.
Showbiz411 writes that James Earl Jones will likely appear on Broadway this fall in a revival of Kaufman and Hart's YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, directed by Michael Wilson .
Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker and David Prowse as Darth Vader, voiced by James Earl Jones, are shown in a scene from the film "Return of the Jedi."
When it was revealed that Disney had bought the rights to the Star Wars franchise and were planning on bringing us a new Star Wars trilogy, there were a lot of very excited people all over the world while there were also plenty of sceptics who felt that the franchise should be left alone.
From Harrison Ford's humble beginnings as George Lucas' carpenter to C-3PO's initial disdain for sci-fi, THR looks at where the galaxy's biggest stars began and where they ended up.