Star Wars

If Baby Yoda can’t save the universe then no one can

Marie-Danielle Smith: Disney has achieved peak cute with an infant—okay, 50-year-old—member of the beloved Jedi master’s species

‘Star Wars’ has a China problem—and it’s a symptom of Hollywood’s nostalgia addiction

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ flopped in China, inviting us to imagine a nostalgia-free vacuum in which ‘Star Wars’ can be seen for what it really is

This is how the federal government made a Star Wars tweet go viral

Who says public servants have no sense of humour? They fought through classic bureaucracy and all the required approvals, just to make a Star Wars joke

Justin Trudeau: ‘May the Fourth be with you’

It’s no surprise the PM stopped to mark Star Wars Day

Why do we love Star Wars? Hollywood’s comforting myths.

Whether it’s 1977 or 2015, Star Wars earns its popularity by understanding that audiences love heroes and happy endings

Where everybody knows your name—because your name’s Chewbacca

Theme bars hope that sometimes, you want to go where everyone dresses up

The (marketing) Force Awakens: Luke … I am your PopChips™

There’s grapes, and then there’s ‘Yoda grapes’ brought to you by Disney. Scott Feschuk on the preposterous branding around Star Wars

Da-da dun-dun-dun da-da

That iconic theme was old-fashioned even in 1977. Can Star Wars revive orchestral score—again?

Star Trek: The lesser of the two stars

There’s a new Star Trek series on the way, but the franchise still takes a backseat to Star Wars. Here’s why.

Star Wars sucks. There, we said it.

From 2015: ‘Star Wars’ was once lambasted. Now, criticizing it mildly draws vitriol. How did a flawed sci-fi flick become an unassailable cultural force?

How Star Wars escaped its creator

Book review: Chris Taylor’s ‘How Star Wars Conquered the Universe: The Past, Present and Future of a Multibillion Dollar Franchise’

Star Wars, Episode VII cast announced

And yes, Harrison Ford is back, along with much of the original cast