Yes! Now you can play with the characters from Rogue One! Jyn Erso! Cassian Andor! Baze Malbus! K-2SO! Orson Krennec! Chirrut Imwe! Collect them all!
At Visual Capitalist, Katie Jones reports on “The World’s 25 Most Successful Media Franchises, and How They Stay Relevant,” published November 22, 2019. Click here for details.
Today on Facebook, February 5, 2021, Timothy Zahn–author of several Star Wars novels featuring Grand Admiral Thrawn, posted a video by “Rowan the Bard,” a shanty devoted to Thrawn. Watch, listen and enjoy:
Today, December 15, 2020, Clayton Sandell of GOOD MORNING AMERICA presents fresh behind-the-scenes footage from THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK: EXCLUSIVE: I’m excited to share rare & never-seen footage, outtakes & bloopers from #StarWars “The Empire Strikes Back”! Amazing moments with Harrison & Carrie, plus @HamillHimself's "Tauntaun Dance". A gift to you from my favorite Lucasfilm […]
On YouTube, “Neatocoolville” uploaded a video he/she had recorded from America This Week, syndicated November 21-24, 1985, previewing Ewoks: The Battle for Endor with behind-the-scenes footage and an interview with Niki Botelho, the actress who played Teek.
What a treat. A fellow who calls himself “That Danish Guy” has uploaded a compilation of Mark Hamill’s interviews covering the original Star Wars trilogy, in chronological order, on YouTube, posted November 15, 2020:
From @Tokyosexwhale on Twitter: So many Disney spin-offs. Really looking forward to, Man Up a Pole: A Star Wars Story pic.twitter.com/ecEHZQHvYQ — Tokyo Sexwhale (@tokyosexwhale) December 11, 2020
On December 6, 1977, BBC One airs its current affairs programme, Nationwide, featuring an interview with Carrie Fisher by presenter John Stapleton. Star Wars would premiere in London three weeks later, on December 27, at the Dominion cinema and the Leicester Square Theatre.
When Star Wars exploded onto cinema screens in 1977, I had the opportunity to see it in both 70mm and 35mm versions in north Texas. In Dallas, the film played at the NorthPark Cinema II, where it opened on Friday, May 27 (though, it wouldn’t be until December 23 that the 70mm version would play […]
On November 4, Jimmy Mac and Jason Swank of Rebel Force Radio interviewed me for the latest episode of their podcast, uploaded November 5. They’re introducing a weekly feature, “Ask Bob!” If you have a tough Star Wars question, particularly related to the original trilogy, write to email@example.com with “Ask Bob!” in the subject line. […]