My thoughts are below each screenshot. All in all, I really dig the design and execution. This has made me even more excited to see this episode. Check out the official video for yourself here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ye6GCY_vqYk
A long time ago, at a Drive-In that still exists today, a seven year old me was taken by his Father to see Star Wars. Alright, it was 40 years ago. We went to the Sacramento Six a lot in those halcyon days but we rarely went to a showing more than once. Star Wars was one of those films that my Dad had no problem seeing over and over. I thought it was pretty OK too.
This article is part of a special StarWars.com series in honor of Star Wars’ 40th anniversary on May 25. With Star Wars celebrating its 40th anniversary this week, fans all over the world have be [read more…]
This is the (right) stuff of dreams! Many of us owe this individual much gratitude for hours of entertainment. I pulled the prototype Falcon image for two reasons, it’s awesome, AND it is a photo that I have personally never seen before.
We sat down with the toy creators for an exclusive chat about the new Hasbro Star Wars lines out for this year’s 40th Anniversary celebration! [Read More…]
A source who works in the voice recording business sent us a very interesting story that happened around six months ago. The source has proven his legitimacy and we’re confident in his words. Still, as you will see, this story raises many questions that we don’t have a concrete answer to, so as always, until […]
How awesome would it be to have Ian McDiarmid voice the Emperor once again? They were able to garner the vocal talents of James Earl Jones to reprise his role as Darth Vader, so this is not an impossible feat for Lucasfilm and Disney to pull off. I had expected to see Palpatine in the fourth and final season, but I figured that it would be fan favorite, Sam Witwer. I am good either way, I dig both actors.
We, the people who actually created Star Wars, the ORIGINAL 1977 Star Wars, are celebrating the 40th anniversary of its release. So, if your name is on the credits of Star Wars Trilogy: Star Wars 1977, Empire 1980 or Jedi 1983 Trilogy…(or you worked uncredited) then you are invited…
I am all about the vintage Kenner Star Wars line, and seeing them animated in a short by the team at Hasbro is simply awesome!