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Star Wars: Episode VIII is an upcoming American epic space opera film written and directed by Rian Johnson. It will be the second installment in the Star Wars sequel trilogy following Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). The film is produced by Lucasfilm, will be distributed worldwide by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, and stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong'o, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, and Andy Serkis in returning roles. New cast members include Benicio del Toro, Laura Dern, and Kelly Marie Tran in unconfirmed roles. It is Fisher's final film role following her death in December 2016. Johnson has stated that the story resumes immediately after the events of The Force Awakens.

Episode VIII was announced after Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm in October 2012. It is produced by Ram Bergman and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy. John Williams, composer for the previous seven films, returns to compose the score. Scenes that required shooting at Skellig Michael in Ireland were filmed during pre-production in September 2015, with principal photography beginning at Pinewood Studios in the United Kingdom in February 2016 and ending in July 2016. Episode VIII is scheduled to be released on December 15, 2017. A sequel, Episode IX, is scheduled for a 2019 release.


Cast
Main articles: List of Star Wars characters and List of Star Wars cast members
Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, a powerful Jedi Master who has been in self-imposed exile on the planet Ahch-To.[3][4]
Carrie Fisher as General Leia Organa, twin sister to Luke, former princess of Alderaan, and a general in the Resistance.[4] Episode VIII is Fisher's final film role after her death on December 27, 2016, following a heart attack.[5] Fisher had completed her work on the film before her death.[6][7]
Adam Driver as Kylo Ren, Supreme Leader Snoke's loyal servant who is strong with the dark side of the Force and leader of the Knights of Ren. He was born Ben Solo, the son of Han Solo and Leia Organa, nephew of Luke Skywalker, and the grandson of Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala.[4]
Daisy Ridley as Rey, a highly Force-sensitive scavenger from the desert planet Jakku.[4]
John Boyega as Finn, a former stormtrooper of the First Order who defected to the Resistance.[4][8]
Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron, an X-wing fighter pilot in the Resistance.[4][9]
Lupita Nyong'o as Maz Kanata, a pirate and longtime friend of Han Solo and Chewbacca.[4]
Domhnall Gleeson as General Hux, the former head of the First Order's Starkiller Base.[4]
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO, a humanoid protocol droid in the service of Leia Organa.[4]
Gwendoline Christie as Captain Phasma, the commander of the First Order's stormtroopers.[4][10]
Andy Serkis as Supreme Leader Snoke, the leader of the First Order and Kylo Ren's master.[4]
Benicio del Toro[2][11]
Laura Dern[2]
Kelly Marie Tran[2]
Other cast members include Peter Mayhew and Joonas Suotamo, both returning to portray Chewbacca,[4][12][13] Mike Quinn as Nien Nunb,[14] Timothy M. Rose as Admiral Ackbar,[13] Billie Lourd as Lieutenant Connix,[15] and Simon Pegg as Unkar Plutt, all of whom are reprising their roles.[16] Jimmy Vee will play R2-D2.[17] Tom Hardy and Gary Barlow will make cameo appearances as stormtroopers.[18][19] Gareth Edwards, director of the Star Wars Anthology film Rogue One, has a cameo in the film.[20] Warwick Davis[21] and Noah Segan have been cast in unspecified roles


Production
Development
See also: Star Wars sequel trilogy
In October 2012, Star Wars creator George Lucas sold his production company Lucasfilm, and with it the Star Wars franchise, to The Walt Disney Company. Disney announced a new trilogy of Star Wars films.[23] J. J. Abrams was named director of the first episode in the trilogy, The Force Awakens, in January 2013.[24][25] In June 2014, director Rian Johnson was reported to be in talks to write and direct Episode VIII and to write a treatment for Episode IX, with Ram Bergman producing both films.[26][27] Johnson confirmed in August 2014 that he would direct Episode VIII.[28] In September, filmmaker Terry Gilliam asked Johnson about what it felt like to take over something that was made famous by another filmmaker, to which Johnson responded:

I'm just starting into it, but so far, honestly, it's the most fun I've ever had writing. It's just joyous. But also for me personally, I grew up not just watching those movies but playing with those toys, so as a little kid, the first movies I was making in my head were set in this world. A big part of it is that direct connection, almost like an automatic jacking back into childhood in a weird way. But I don't know, ask me again in a few years and we'll be able to talk about that.[29]

Johnson stated that the story would begin immediately after the last scene of The Force Awakens.[20] Johnson had the story group working on the film watch films such as Twelve O'Clock High, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Gunga Din, Three Outlaw Samurai, Sahara and Letter Never Sent for inspiration while developing ideas.[20][30] He felt it was difficult to work on the film while The Force Awakens was being finished.[20] In December 2015, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy admitted that "we haven't mapped out every single detail [of the sequel trilogy] yet". She said that Abrams was collaborating with Johnson and that Johnson would in turn work with Episode IX director Colin Trevorrow to ensure a smooth transition.[31] Abrams is an executive producer along with Jason McGatlin and Tom Karnowski.[32]

Casting
In September 2015, Disney shortlisted the female cast members to Gina Rodriguez, Tatiana Maslany, and Olivia Cooke.[33] Later that month, Benicio del Toro confirmed that he will play the villain in the film,[11] and Mark Hamill was also confirmed.[3] In October 2015, Gugu Mbatha-Raw was rumored to have been cast in the film.[34] In November, Jimmy Vee was cast as R2-D2.[17] In November, Kennedy announced at the London premiere for Star Wars: The Force Awakens that the entire cast would return for Episode VIII, along with "a handful" of new cast members.[4] In February 2016, at the start of filming, it was confirmed that Laura Dern and Kelly Marie Tran had been cast in unspecified roles.[2]

Filming
Second unit photography began during pre-production at Skellig Michael in Ireland on September 14, 2015, due to the difficulties of filming at that location during other seasons. It would have lasted four days,[35][36][37] but filming was canceled for the first day due to poor weather and rough conditions.[38] In November 2014, Ivan Dunleavy, chief executive of Pinewood Studios, confirmed that the film would be shot at Pinewood,[39] with filming also occurring in Mexico.[8] In September 2015, del Toro revealed that principal photography would begin in March 2016;[11] however, Kennedy later stated that filming would begin in January 2016.[4] The production began work on the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios on November 15, 2015.[40] Rick Heinrichs served as production designer.[41]

In January 2016, production of Episode VIII was delayed until February 2016, due to script rewrites.[42] Additionally, filming was potentially in danger of being delayed further due to an upcoming strike between the Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television and the Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union.[43] On February 10, 2016, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed that principal photography had begun,[44] under the working title Space Bear.[20] Additional filming took place in Dubrovnik from March 9 to March 16, 2016,[45][46] as well as in Ireland in May.[47] Malin Head in Donegal County and a mountain headland, Ceann Sibeal in County Kerry, served as additional filming locations.[48] Principal photography wrapped on July 22, 2016,[49] though as of early September 2016, Nyong'o had not filmed her scenes.[50]

Music
In July 2013, Kennedy announced at Star Wars Celebration Europe that John Williams would return to score the Star Wars sequel trilogy.[1][51] At a Tanglewood concert in August 2016, Williams confirmed he is scheduled to start scoring Episode VIII.[52] Williams said he would begin recording the score "off and on" in December 2016 until March or April 2017.[53]

Release

In January 2015, Disney CEO Bob Iger stated that Episode VIII would be released in 2017,[54] and in March, Disney announced a release date of May 26, 2017.[55][56] In January 2016, Episode VIII was rescheduled for December 15, 2017.[57]

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The Secret Life of Pets is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated buddy adventure comedy film produced by Illumination Entertainment. It is directed by Chris Renaud and co-directed by Yarrow Cheney[1] and written by Brian Lynch, Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio.[3] The film stars Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Steve Coogan, Ellie Kemper, Bobby Moynihan, Lake Bell, Dana Carvey, Hannibal Buress, Jenny Slate and Albert Brooks.

The Secret Life of Pets premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 16, 2016 and was released in theaters in the United States on July 8, 2016 by Universal Pictures. Upon release, it received positive reviews and grossed $875 million worldwide, becoming the sixth highest grossing original animated film not produced by Disney or Pixar and the sixth highest-grossing film of 2016.[6]


Plot
A Jack Russell Terrier named Max lives with his owner Katie in a Manhattan apartment. While she is at work during the day, he hangs out with other pets in the building: tabby cat Chloe, pug Mel, dachshund Buddy, and budgerigar Sweetpea. One day, Katie adopts Duke, a large and shaggy mongrel from the pound, leaving Max jealous because of her divided focus on Duke. Enraged by Max's attitude towards him, Duke tries to abandon Max in an alley, but they are both attacked by a gang of alley cats led by Sphynx cat Ozone. The cats remove both dogs' collars and leave them to be caught by Animal Control. Duke fears that he will be put down if he goes back to the pound.

They are rescued by a rabbit named Snowball, the leader of "The Flushed Pets" – a gang of sewer-dwelling animals who hate humans because their owners abandoned and mistreated them. After Max and Duke pretend to despise humans as much as they do, the Flushed Pets invite them to join. Before they can prove their loyalty by allowing a one-fanged viper to bite them, Snowball learns from the cats that Max and Duke are domesticated. The two dogs escape the sewers and board a ferry to Brooklyn, inadvertently killing the viper in the process; Snowball vows to kill them and leads the Flushed Pets after them.

Gidget, a white Pomeranian who has a crush on Max, discovers that he is missing and recruits a shady red-tailed hawk named Tiberius to locate him. After looking over the city for Max, Tiberius returns carrying Ozone, whom Gidget coerces into telling what he knows about the dogs. Gidget and Tiberius then enlist Mel, Buddy, Chloe, guinea pig Norman, Sweetpea, and a paralyzed old basset hound named Pops to begin searching Manhattan. The group encounters Snowball, who vows to kill them as well, and Norman is captured as the rest of Gidget's team flees.

In Brooklyn, Max and Duke begin to get along with each other and raid a sausage factory for food. Duke tells Max about his previous owner, Fred, an elderly man who adopted him as a puppy and loved to spend time with him. One day, Duke got lost while chasing a butterfly and was caught by Animal Control, but Fred never came to claim him. Max convinces him to visit Fred's house in a nearby neighborhood, confident that Fred will still love him and take him back. When they arrive, though, they learn from a resident cat named Reginald that Fred died. Heartbroken and angst-ridden, Duke accuses Max of attempting to get rid of him and barks at the new homeowners, who just return to their "own" house and call Animal Control. The handlers catch Max, but Duke interferes long enough for Max to escape and ends up being captured instead.

While trying to rescue Duke as he follows the Animal Control van, Max is attacked by the vengeful Snowball who tries to kill him. However, Snowball's gang are captured, and Snowball realizes that he and Max must work together to rescue them. They drive and crash a city bus into the van on the Brooklyn Bridge, stopping traffic. The Flushed Pets arrive and corner Max, unaware of his partnership with Snowball, but Gidget and her team save him. The van rolls away; the captured Flushed Pets escape, but the van falls into the East River with Max and Duke inside. Max is unable to get the keys to Duke's cage, so Snowball jumps into the river to retrieve them, allowing Max and Duke to escape the sinking van. Once out of the river, Snowball realizes how good being heroic feels.

The entire group return to the apartment block by pig-driven taxi. Max expresses his appreciation and love for Gidget, who returns with affection. Snowball and the Flushed Pets then come up with a new plan to annihilate all humans, but Snowball is suddenly adopted by a little girl named Molly. At first, Snowball resists, but gives in to her sweetness and lets himself become a domesticated pet. The remaining Flushed Pets return to the sewers, the domesticated pets return to their homes and embrace their owners, and Max and Duke finally reunite with Katie, sparking a true friendship.


Production
In January 2014, it was announced that Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, and Kevin Hart had joined the cast of the film, with Chris Renaud set to direct from a screenplay written by Brian Lynch, Cinco Paul, and Ken Daurio, while Illumination Entertainment would produce, and Universal Pictures would distribute the film.[7] In June 2014, Albert Brooks, Hannibal Buress, Bobby Moynihan, Lake Bell and Ellie Kemper joined the cast.[8]


Release
The film was originally scheduled to be released on February 12, 2016, but was pushed back to July 8, 2016.[3] It was released in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D using DMR.[12][better source needed] The Secret Life of Pets premiered at the 2016 Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 16, 2016, and was screened at VidCon.[13] The film is accompanied by a Despicable Me short film entitled Mower Minions.

Home media
The Secret Life of Pets was released on Digital HD on November 22, 2016, and on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, Ultra HD Blu-ray, and DVD on December 6, 2016. In addition to the short film Mower Minions, which was released theatrically with the feature film, the releases also include two short films: Norman Television and Weenie.[14]

Reception
Box office
As of December 29, 2016, The Secret Life of Pets has grossed $368.4 million in the USA & Canada, and $507.1 million in other countries, for a worldwide total of $875.5 million.[5] Its stellar run internationally helped push Universal Pictures [International] past the $1 billion mark for the tenth consecutive year,[15] and aided Illumination Entertainment to pass the $4 billion mark for the first time since 2010.[16] It is currently the fourth highest-grossing original film of all time, behind Finding Nemo, Zootopia and Avatar.[17] It is the sixth highest-grossing film of 2016, the 12th highest-grossing animated film, and 48th highest-grossing film.

North America
In the United States and Canada, the film was projected to gross around $70 million in its opening weekend, with some predictions going as high as $100 million.[18][19][20] It received the widest release for an animated film as well as for a PG-rated film (breaking Shrek Forever After's record) and the seventh widest of all-time overall, across 4,370 theaters, the widest release since The Dark Knight Rises.[19][21][22][23] It made $5.3 million from Thursday night previews in 3,009 theaters, which is the second biggest of all time for Illumination, behind only Minions ($6.2 million), and the third biggest of all time for an animated film, behind Finding Dory ($9.2 million) and Minions.[20][24] This was followed by a record-breaking $38.3 million opening day gross (including previews), the biggest for an original film.[25][26] In its opening weekend, it exceeded expectations and grossed $104.4 million, finishing first at the box office.[27] Its debut is the sixth-biggest for an animated film, the sixth-highest weekend debut in July and the fourth-biggest opening weekend for Universal Studios.[28] It also set the record for largest opening for an original film, eclipsing the $90.1 million debut of Inside Out.[29][30]

In its second weekend, the film made $50.8 million (-51.5%) while maintaining the top spot despite facing stiff competition with newcomer Ghostbusters.[31] Although it slipped into second place as a result of being overtaken by Star Trek Beyond in its third weekend, it was still able to fend off the two other new releases – Lights Out and Ice Age: Collision Course – by earning another $29.3 million.[32] It passed $300 million on its twenty sixth day – the same day it crossed $400 million worldwide[33] – becoming the seventh film of 2016,[34] the seventh Universal Pictures film (the first for the year),[35] and the twelfth animated film overall to reach the benchmark.[36]

Outside North America
Internationally, The Secret Life of Pets received a scattered release from June to September in a total of 69 markets, and faced competition from other animated films such as Finding Dory and Ice Age: Collision Course in the course of its release.[37][38][39] In total, it had No. 1 openings in 45 markets and recorded the biggest opening for an original animated film in 17 territories, and the No. 1 animated film of 2016 to date in 13 markets.[16][40] It topped the international box office in its ninth weekend after earning $43.8 million in 53 markets (dethroning Suicide Squad).[41] However, this wasn't the film's biggest single weekend gross. Its biggest weekend gross was actually in its seventh weekend when it grossed $69.3 million. That weekend it was No. 3 behind Suicide Sqaud ($133.3 million) and Chinese film Time Raiders ($64.6 million).[42]

It was released in the U.K. and Norway two weeks ahead of its U.S. release, where it grossed a combined total of $14.1 million in the two markets.[37] Prior to its official debut in the United Kingdom and Ireland on June 24, the film had two days worth of previews on June 18 and 19, from which it made £3.63 million ($5.2 million) in two days. This figure was later counted in the film's official opening weekend.[43] It went on to score the fourth biggest original animation opening weekend ever there, with £9.58 million ($13.4 million) from 592 theaters. It trailed behind Inside Out, Monsters, Inc., and Up. Excluding previews, its total three-day opening was $8.1 million.[44][45] This was amidst Brexit and despite facing competition from Independence Day: Resurgence.[37][46] The film held off extremely well in its second and third weekend falling just 20% and 24%, earning £4.47 million ($6.1 million) and £3.62 million ($4.8 million) respectively despite facing some competitions.[47][48] It has topped the box office for three consecutive weekends and has grossed total of $41 million there.[49] In Norway, it took the number one spot as well, with $778,000.[37] It scored the biggest animation opening of 2016 and the second biggest of all time overall in both Taiwan ($2 million)—behind Madagascar, and Hong Kong ($1.9 million)—behind Inside Out.[38]

In Argentina, the film had a record-breaking No. 1 debut with $4 million from 195 screens — the biggest opening weekend ever for an animated film and the second biggest opening ever for any film (behind Furious 7). Similarly, Chile also recorded the second biggest animated opening ever with $1.7 million (behind Minions). Colombia also opened No. 1 with a huge $1.5 million.[50] In Mexico, other than opening at No. 1, it posted the biggest original animated opening of all time with $7.6 million, surpassing the studio's own previous record holder Inside Out.[39] Also in Russia, it scored the biggest original animated opening and the second biggest ever for an animated film, behind Minions with $16.3 million, although this included $6.4 million five days worth of previews.[41] It went on to become the highest-grossing film of the summer that year.[51] In Japan, the film opened on August 11 – the date of Japan's first Mountain Day national holiday – with Toho-Towa distributing, and earned $4.6 million on 370,000 admissions for its two-day opening weekend dethroning Shin Godzilla off the top spot. The cumulative total for the four-day holiday (August 11–14) was $9.7 million.[15][52] Similarly, it had number one debuts in Germany ($7.1 million) and France ($5.9 million), Australia ($5.6 million), Italy ($5.1 million), Brazil ($4.4 million), Spain ($4.5 million), Poland ($1.7 million), Singapore ($1.3 million), Belgium ($1.2 million) and Denmark ($1.2 million), Indonesia ($1.1 million), the Philippines ($1 million) and South Africa ($463,000). In Germany, it scored the best animated opening since Minions.[39][53][54][55][56][57][58][59] It topped the box office in Israel for five straight weekends and in Australia, Russia and Spain for three weekends.[39][41][55][57] In Japan, the film was the highest grossing foreign release of the weekend, holding the spot for four consecutive weekends.[54]

In China – the world's second biggest movie market – the film opened on a Tuesday, earning a modest $5.2 million on its opening day. Through Sunday, it delivered a six-day opening of $29.3 million and $15.5 million for the weekend alone (Friday to Sunday), with per screen averages over $500 per screen per day. In both instances, it was behind the local film Time Raiders.[53][60][61] In South Korea, despite debuting in fifth place, it had a solid opening of $6.9 million.[53] Elsewhere, it grossed $2.7 million in the Netherlands, $1.2 million in Sweden and in Hungary it scored the biggest opening of the year with $738,000,[53] and also in Portugal ($965,000), Latvia ($224,000),[41] and South Africa.[58]


In terms of total earnings, its biggest markets are China ($58 million), United Kingdom and Ireland ($47.2 million), Japan ($41.6 million) and Russia ($34.2 million).[15][41][62] It became the third highest-grossing film of all time in Russia, behind Avatar and Zootopia,[55] and the highest-grossing film of 2016 in Spain.[16][56]