Posts Tagged ‘Lucasfilm’
The New Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer Is Here

The New Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer Is Here

by Peter Paltridgeon October 19, 2015
There are those geeks who don’t care about football but would sit through three hours of football in hopes of spotting the one moment when the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer would appear, hoping it would be sooner rather than later. Then there are those geeks of the more Net-savvy persuasion who knew […]

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Final Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer May Be Released Monday

by Peter Paltridgeon October 14, 2015
It sounds hard to believe, given the massive hype, but there actually hasn’t been any new footage of Star Wars: The Force Awakens released since August. However, if the website ScreenCrush is to be believed, we’ll be getting more very soon. A new trailer, this one the final version before the actual movie hits in […]
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NYCC 2015: The “Star Wars Rebels” Season 2 Panel

by Ed Liuon October 9, 2015
The New York Comic Con 2015 Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Panel was hosted by Lucasfilm’s Pablo Hidalgo, playing emcee for executive producer Dave Filoni and cast members Sarah Michelle Gellar (the Seventh Sister), Taylor Gray (Ezra Bridger), and Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano). Mr. Hidalgo reminded the audience that the Inquisitor was the big reveal […]


Review: “LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles” and “Clarence: Dust Buddies”

by Ed Liuon September 16, 2015
LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles takes the sensibilities of the LEGO video games and translates them into episodic TV set in the Star Wars universe between the original movie and The Empire Strikes Back. This means that a reasonable story is made ridiculous by copious addition of amusing in-jokes, creative use of LEGO […]
Star Wars Rebels Out of Darkness

Review: “Star Wars Rebels” Season One Blu-ray – Return of the Force

by Ed Liuon September 10, 2015
Star Wars fans disillusioned with the property in the wake of the prequel movies and the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV show can take some solace in hard economic fact: Disney didn’t pay more than $4 billion to Lucasfilm to leave it on a shelf or screw it up. Exhibit A in the anecdotal […]