Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Live From Lothal | "Through Imperial Eyes"

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On this episode Dominic and Chris are joined by Max Palas of The Star Wars Post to discuss the episode "Through Imperial Eyes".  They discuss seeing life within the Empire, how Colonel Yularen represents the majority of the Empire, and what this episode might tell us about Thrawn's ultimate strategy.  They also look at the dynamic between Ezra and Kallus, and what price the Rebels might have to pay when Thrawn finally attacks.  All this and much more!
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Mon Mothma Featured In New 'Star Wars Rebels' Clip

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Senator Mon Mothma is set to make her first appearance in this week's new Star Wars Rebels episode.

The preview shows a conversation between Captain Hera and Mon Mothma, as they discuss an speech that was made publicly by Mon Mothma in an attempt to rally a Rebel Alliance agains the Emperor.

Watch the clip for yourself down below:


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Report: Lucasfilm Trademarks 'Star Wars: Rivals'

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By: Dominic Jones

There is a lot of Star Wars projects in various stages of production these days.  Not only are there films like The Last Jedi, the Han Solo film, and Episode IX, and animated series like Star Wars Rebels, but also countless books, comics, and video games.  Most of these projects remain shrouded in secret, but we may have just learned the title of an upcoming Star Wars release.  Our friends over at The Star Wars Post noticed today that Lucasfilm has trademarked the title Star Wars: Rivals.  It appears this is the title for an upcoming video game.
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On This Day: February 28, 1999

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By Ciaran Duggan

The game Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance was released by LucasArts on this day in 1999. 

Designed by Lawrence Holland, Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance (XWA) is a space combat simulator game which is playable only on PC platform.

The PC game presents the story of Ace Azzameen, the youngest member of the Azzameen family, as players assume Ace's place in all of the missions in the game. 

The ultimate aim of the game is to work with with the Rebel Alliance and uncover information about the Empire's second Death Star project.



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Monday, February 27, 2017

Rian Johnson Shot Scenes For 'The Last Jedi' Using IMAX Cameras

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By: Dominic Jones

In this new era of Star Wars films, the new Star Wars filmmakers have been making use of the IMAX cameras to shoot specific sequences for their films.  JJ Abrams shot the Millinnium Falcon's escape from Jakku in The Force Awakens with IMAX cameras and now it's been announced that Rian Johnson shot scenes from the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi with the high resolution cameras.  This comes from and announcement by Disney and IMAX that they are extending their longstanding deal through 2019.
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Rumor: The State of the Galaxy in 'The Last Jedi'

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By: Dominic Jones

While it may seem on the surface that, given that The Last Jedi picks up immediately when The Force Awakens left off, the state of galaxy may not have changed when the next instalment in the Skywalker saga picks up.  However, there are some major questions about the political state of the galaxy that were left unaddressed in The Force Awakens--specifically relating the destruction of the Hosnian System by Starkiller Base.  Our friends over at MakingStarWars.net may have some answers to those questions.  As always, there is a chance this may be true but, if you are trying to avoid all The Last Jedi spoilers then stop reading now.  This is your SPOILER ALERT!
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On This Day: February 27, 2000

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By Ciaran Duggan,

The 'Magic of Myth' museum tour opened in Minneapolis, MN. The tour included a special exhibit of Star Wars costumes and props at the Smithsonian.

The exhibition features artifacts from the development of the Star Wars original trilogy and Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.

It showcases models, costumes, props, and original artwork from the archives of Lucasfilm.

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Sunday, February 26, 2017

J.J. Abrams Predicts Mark Hamill Will Be In Running For Academy Award Next Year

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By Ciaran Duggan,

J.J. Abrams, director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has said that he expects Mark Hamill will be in the running for an Academy Award for best actor next year.

The former Star Wars director thinks Mark Hamill's performance in 'The Last Jedi' will be Oscar worthy.

Interestingly Hamill has never been nominated for an Academy Award - although he was a presenter in 1978.

J.J said: "I think we are all going to be upset if he does not win an Oscar, and no more upset that Mark," he told New York Daily News at the Oscar Wilde Awards in L.A.

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On This Day: February 26, 2014

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Variety first revealed that Adam Driver would play the villain in Star Wars: The Force Awakens on this day in 2014. 

An exclusive story was published by Variety which disclosed the fact that 'while no deal was done yet', sources had made Variety aware that Adam Driver was the front runner for being the villain in Episode VII.

The description of the character was confined to the fact he would be 'in the vein of Darth Vader'. 

Little did we know that Driver's character would include a design similarity, and, familial connection to the iconic Star Wars villain.



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Saturday, February 25, 2017

The IPC Podcast LIVE #134 | Top Five Duos

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On this episode, Ben and Zac are joined by their good friend Jake Damon to discuss their top five favorite duos. But first, they start off diving into some breaking DC and Marvel news, then they are joined by Gabe and Michelle from "NXT LVL" to discuss their soon-to-be-launched YouTube channel and announce an upcoming crossover with IPC. Furthermore, the guys go over everyone's awesome top five lists and close it out with a special Mardi Gras themed edition of #BBQWatch. All that and much more!

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On This Day: February 25, 1986

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi was released on videocassette and laserdisc on this day in 1986. 

This was the first time the original theatrical version of Return of the Jedi was released on VHS and laserdisc. 

The film was first screened in cinemas on May 25, 1983 and then re-released in theatres in 1985.

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Friday, February 24, 2017

The SWU Podcast LIVE | 24/2/17

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On this episode, Chris and Ben are joined by SWU contributor and longtime friend Jake Damon to discuss all the latest news, including a new cast photo from the Hanthology film, new tidbits from The Last Jedi, a fan favorite character coming to Star Wars Rebels, 40th anniversary toy reveals and a new panel announced for Celebration Orlando. For the weekly Rogue One discussion they give their thoughts on the cinematography and visual effects of the film, and later discuss the soon-to-be-released Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD editions. All that and much more!
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J.J. Abrams Says 'Han Solo' Film Script is 'Amazing'

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By Ciaran Duggan,

J.J. Abrams , director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, has spoken to Fox News about how excited fans should be for the upcoming untitled Han Solo movie.

The Han Solo film is being filmed in London currently, with Disney announcing that principal photography on the film started earlier this week.

Abrams has been a Star Wars fans since he was a child and he gave high praise to the film's concept: 

"I can tell you it is an amazing script and the cast is obviously extraordinary. It is fun to see it (Star Wars) live on in various forms and ways even five years ago I would have never imagined it would have continued and knowing what is coming up is even more exciting."

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On This Day: February 24, 1999

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By Ciaran Duggan,

The second volume of 'Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back' manga series was published on this day in 1999.

The volume is one of four books published by George Lucas, and, illustrators Toshiki Kudo and David Land.

The synopsis of the book reads: "Masterfully drawn by artist Toshiki Kudo, this volume follows Luke Skywalker as he travels to meet Jedi Master Yoda while Han and Leia struggle to outrace the grip of Darth Vader. 

"You won't want to miss out on this exquisite telling of the classic tale of betrayal and high adventure."

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Joonas Suotamo Reacts To Becoming The New Chewbacca

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By: Benjamin Hart

For forty years the legendary Peter Mayhew has been the man behind the mask of the mighty Chewbacca and breathed life into the character in the first seven live-action Star Wars films. Due to his age and physical limitations, Mayhew worked in tandem with another actor to portray Chewie in The Force Awakens. Now it appears the Peter is officially passing the torch, err, fur, to the next generation.
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

BREAKING: 'Rogue One' To Be Released On Digital HD March 24th, Blu-Ray April 4th

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By: Benjamin Hart

After we've all had a chance to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story multiple times in theaters, the next thing we have to look forward to is watching the film in the comfort of our own homes. Lucasfilm has just announced when we can experience the legendary theft of the Death Star plans on home video!
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Special Tribute of 'A New Hope' To Kick Off Celebration Orlando

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By Ciaran Duggan,

It has been forty years since the release of Star Wars: A New Hope and an 'epic' tribute is set to kick start Celebration Orlando 2017.

A special panel has been scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 13. The event has been described as 'marquee' and set to include 'not-to-be-missed' surprises.

Warwick Davis, who played Wicket in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, will host this special panel which will explore the impact of 'Star Wars' and the fandom which has propelled it for the last four decades.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Admiral Yularen Featured in New 'Star Wars Rebels' Clip

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Admiral Yularen is set to make his first appearance in this Star Wars Rebels episode "Through Imperial Eyes".

Tom Kane has returned to voice the former Clone Wars admiral. 

Yularen has been promoted to the title of 'colonel' and the news preview shows that he is deeply respected within the imperial hierachy.

The new clip, named "Fulcrum Trap", also features a re-appearance from Grand Admiral Thrawn. Thrawn is seen sparring with the same droids which were seen in an earlier season three episode entitled "The Wynkahthu Job".
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Thandie Newton and Phoebe Waller-Bridge cast for 'Han Solo' Movie

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Thandie Newton (Westworld) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) are set to star in the upcoming untitled Han Solo Star Wars Story, as principal photography starts.

The stand alone film will explore the adventures of Han Solo prior to the events of Star Wars: A New Hope.  Production started yesterday at Pinewood Studios, London.
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On This Day: February 21, 1946

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Star Wars legend Anthony Daniels was born on this day in 1946.

Daniels played C-3PO in all six movies of George Lucas' Star Wars franchise.

The 71-year-old has since starred in the two newest Star Wars films, which have been created since George Lucas ceded control of Lucasfilm to Disney in 2013, The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

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Monday, February 20, 2017

ILM Reveals Another 'Rogue One' VFX Reel Focused On The Creation Of Tarkin

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By: Benjamin Hart

Just ahead of the 89th Academy Awards, which are coming up this weekend, Industrial Light and Magic has released several visual effects reels for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which garnered two Oscar nominations for visual effects and sound mixing. Now ILM has revealed a brand new behind the scenes video, this time focused on the creation of Grand Moff Tarkin.
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Josh Gad Enlists Reinforcements To Quiz Daisy Ridley About 'The Last Jedi'

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By: Benjamin Hart

Over the past several weeks we've bore witness to a running gag happening on the set of Murder On The Orient Express between two of the stars of the film, Josh Gad and Daisy Ridley. Gad has been on a mission to learn the secrets of The Last Jedi that are possessed by Ridley, who also stars as Rey in that film. He's confronted her more than once in his trailer, most recently enlisting the help of Dame Judi Dench.
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Northern Ireland Hosts Star Wars Convention

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Last weekend fans in Northern Ireland were treated to a Star Wars film convention at the Eikon Complex in Co Antrim.

Thousands of fans visited the convention over the course of the weekend.

Fans were able to see life-sized replica props, along with sets and iconic characters - such as stormtroopers and Darth Vader on the set.

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On This Day: February 20, 1981

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By Ciaran Duggan,

George Lucas wrote the first draft of his script for "Revenge of the Jedi" on this day in 1981.

"Revenge of the Jedi" was the initial title of the third film in the Star Wars franchise, which was later changed to Return of the Jedi.

Well up until a year before the movie was released in cinemas the marketing team at Lucasfilm had promoted the film as "Revenge of the Jedi".

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Live From Lothal | "Legacy of Mandalore"

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On this episode, Dominic and Ciaran are joined by Alex Damon, the mastermind behind the Star Wars Explained YouTube channel to chat about the Star Wars Rebels episode "Legacy of Mandalore".  They discuss Sabine's family, the culture of Mandalorians, and the potential for a Mandalorian spin off show.  They also delve into Sabine's departure, why she made the decision, its impact on the series going forward, and when we expect to see her back.  Plus, Gar Saxon as the Emperor's Hand, and a whole bunch of Game of Thrones references.  All this and much more!
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On This Day: February 19, 1944

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Star Wars author Donald Glut was born on February 19, 1944. 

This Star Wars author is most known for writing the novelisation of the second film in the Star Wars franchise: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.


During his career Glut has published over 60 books, both novels and nonfiction, but undoubtedly it was his work with Star Wars that drew him into the public spotlight. 
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Another Look at 'The Last Jedi' Toy Packaging

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By: Dominic Jones

New York Toy Fair kicked off last night, with a weekend of fun toy reveals to follow.  Attendees of the trade show got their first look at some of the licensee's booths and products.  Our pals over at Jedi News were among those in attendance and they posted some pictures of the Hasbro booth, which included a massive, wall sized version of the The Last Jedi packaging.  The pictures show slightly more of the costumes that Rey, Finn, and Poe will be wearing when The Last Jedi hits theaters later this year.
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Dave Filoni Talks "Legacy of Mandalore" Revelations and More

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WARNING: This story contains spoilers from tonight's Star Wars Rebels episode "Legacy of Mandalore".  If you haven't seen the episode yet and don't want to be spoiled stop reading now.  This is your SPOILER ALERT!

By: Dominic Jones

The ending of tonight's Star Wars Rebels episode, "Legacy of Mandalore", had significant repercussions for the rest of the series.  The episode ended with Sabine Wren (Tiya Sircar), a main character since season one, choosing to stay with her family and leave the Rebellion.  Sabine has been the focus of the last couple of Rebels episodes, which saw her come into possession of the Dark Saber, train to use it, return home, and defeat Gar Saxon--the Emperor's Hand and Imperial Viceroy of Mandalore.  Obviously, this a big change for the series, and Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni sat down with ComicBook.com to discuss why Sabine made that choice, the future of Rebels, and what the term "Emperor's Hand" means in the new canon.
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Lupita Nyong'o Says She Loves Keeping 'Star Wars' Secrets

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By: Dominic Jones

With the frankly ludicrous amount of secrecy surrounding Star Wars projects these days, you might think it would be stressful for those involved to keep secrets that so many people want to know about.  While some struggle with secrecy, Maz Kanata actress Lupita Nyong'o relishes them.  While out promoting the home media release of her film Queen of Katwe, Nyong'o was asked about keeping Star Wars secrets by Cinemablend.  Nyong'o replied,
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Hasbro Unveils New Black Series Figures in Celebration of 'A New Hope' 40th Anniversary

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By: Dominic Jones

Hasbro unveiled a new wave of 6" scale Black Series action figures in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1977 (or, simply Star Wars as it was known back then).  In an announcement in Entertainment Weekly, Hasbro revealed they would be releasing special 40th anniversary versions of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Ben Kenobi, Darth Vader, and R2-D2 all in their iconic A New Hope costumes and with special packaging.  The figures will all be released with "Vintage" style packaging (the same design as the packaging from their original release).  Check out the figures for yourself below,
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Dave Filoni Discusses the Ending of 'Legacy of Mandalore'

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WARNING: This story contains spoilers from tonight's Star Wars Rebels episode "Legacy of Mandalore".  If you haven't seen the episode yet and don't want to be spoiled stop reading now.  This is your SPOILER ALERT!

By: Dominic Jones

The Star Wars Rebels episode "Legacy of Mandalore" ended with a shocking twist that will shake up the series going forward.  After reuniting with her family and defeating Gar Saxon, the Emperor's Hand and Imperial Viceroy of Mandalore, Sabine Wren chose to stay with her family rather than return to the Rebellion.  Sabine has been a main character on the series since Season One of Rebels, so her departure will have repercussions on the characters and events going forward.  Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni spoke with Nerdist following the episode about Sabine's choice and what it means for the future of the series.
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The IPC Podcast LIVE #133 | The 100: Season Four Premiere

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On this episode, Ben and Zac discuss the first three episodes of the fourth season of one of their favorite television series, The 100. They break down the further developing story and characters of the CW's post-apocalyptic drama and speculate about it's future. Furthermore, the touch on some breaking casting news for the upcoming live-action reboot of The Lion King, talk more about what exactly "The Last Jedi" means, and discuss the no-nos of barbecue on #BBQWatch. All that and much more!
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Friday, February 17, 2017

'Star Wars: Thrawn' To Include Exclusive Poster

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Timothy Zahn's 'Star Wars: Thrawn' is set to include an exclusive Thrawn poster.

The poster will include a silhouette image of the character in the foreground.

The opposite side of the poster will include an updated version of the new continuity Star Wars timeline.

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'Empire's End' Will Reveal What Happened to Jar Jar Binks

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By: Dominic Jones

Poor Jar Jar, not only is he one of the most misunderstood characters in cinema history (both by audiences and in universe) but he also has to live with the knowledge that he was instrumental in the downfall of the Republic and the rise of the Empire.  That has to get to a guy.  Jar Jar's, shall we say, lack of popularity means it's likely we'll never see him on screen again.  However, we will be finding out what happened to the poor Gungan in the upcoming novel Star Wars Aftermath: Empire's End by Chuck Wendig.  The novel, which is set following the events of Return of the Jedi, will revisit the Gungan on Naboo and reveal what he's up to in this time period.
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New ILM 'Rogue One' VFX Reel Focuses on the Final Space Battle

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By: Dominic Jones

Earlier this week, Industrial Light and Magic released a VFX reel breaking down the creation of some of the more dramatic effects in the ground battles in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.  Today, they released another VFX Breakdown reel focusing on the space battle above Scarif during the third act of the film.  The reel shows the many layers that go into creating the amazing CGI (including practical models) as well as director Gareth Edwards using ILM's virtual camera system.  Check it out for yourself below,
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New 'Rogue One' Follow Up Novel 'Star Wars: Inferno Squad' Announced

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By: Dominic Jones

Lucasfilm has announced a new novel set in the aftermath of the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The new novel is titled Star Wars: Inferno Squad and will follow an elite squad of stormtroopers who are tasked with hunting down the surviving members of Saw Gerrera's Partisans.  Inferno Squad is written by Christie Golden (Star Wars: Dark Disciple, Fate of the Jedi) and will hit shelves on July 25th.  You can read the official preview synopsis below,
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Official Translations Confirm 'The Last Jedi' Is Plural

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By: Dominic Jones

There has been lots of speculation about what the title for the eight instalment in the Skywalker saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, means.  So far, much of it has focused on whether or not the title was referring to a singular Jedi or multiple Jedi (seeing as the plural of Jedi is Jedi, not Jedis, there was some debate). However, that debate was settled this morning when Lucasfilm released the official translations of the title in Spanish, French, and Italian.  It's plural!  See for yourself below,

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Laura Dern Dodges Questions About 'The Last Jedi'

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By: Dominic Jones

In addition to bringing back classic icons like Luke Skywalker and new icons like Rey, Star Wars: The Last Jedi will introduce us to several new characters, including one played by Laura Dern (Jurassic Park, F is for Family).  Little is known about Dern's character, who did her best to keep it that way during a recent appearance on The Late Late Show with James Cordon.  Dern was asked about her role in the new Star Wars film and told host Corden, with some help from Zach Galifianakis, everything she could about the new film.  Check it out for yourself below,
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The SWU Podcast LIVE | 17/02/17

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On this episode, Chris, Ben, and Dominic are joined by Patrick Bonfrisco from KPFK Geek Radio to break down the week's Star Wars news, including our first look at Rey, Finn, and Poe's costumes for The Last Jedi!  They break down the looks as well as the new Star Wars toy packaging for The Last Jedi.  Then they continue the Rogue One discussion by talking about Tarkin and Vader's roles in the film.  Plus, Star Wars wins a Grammy, more Hanthology casting rumors, differences between Episode VII and Episode VIII stormtroopers, and an announcement about The SWU at Star Wars Celebration!  All this and much more!
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Thursday, February 16, 2017

ILM Releases 'Rogue One' VFX Breakdown Video

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By: Dominic Jones

There is no denying, Industrial Light and Magic's work on the visual effects on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was fantastic.  In celebration of the ILM crew's Academy Award nomination for their work on Rogue One, the official ILM Facebook page released a video breaking down how some of the incredible action scenes were created (specifically the Death Star attack on Jedha and the battle on Scarif), often incorporating live action footage with CGI environments.  Check it out below,
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First Look At 'Episode VIII' Toy Packaging

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac all feature on the cover of 'The Last Jedi' toy packaging as fans are treated to a first look at a much changed Rey.

The most striking visual on the toy's cover is the stylistic change of Rey's hair for the upcoming movie.

The hair is no longer tied in a bow and is much longer than fans last saw in 'The Force Awakens.'

In contrast to this, Poe and Finn appear almost identical to the characters we grew to know in 'The Force Awakens' (right down to the outfits that they adorn).

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Rumor: Tom Hardy Spotted In 'Episode VIII' Behind-The-Scenes Photo

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By Ciaran Duggan,

Rumours have circulated that Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road, The Dark Knight Rises) will be making a cameo in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' after some fans believe they spotted the Hollywood actor in a recently released behind-the-scenes photo from Rian Johnson yesterday.



The photo depicts a group of First Order troopers who Rian Johnson said were 'excited' for a special Episode VIII panel at Star Wars Celebration Orlando this April 14 (as announced yesterday).

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Throwback Thursday: 'The Jedi Who Knew Too Much'

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By Ciaran Duggan,

On this day, in 2013, the highly anticipated 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' arc centering on the fate of Ahsoka was in full swing.

The second episode of the four-part arc, and, eighteenth episode of season five, aired on February 16, 2013.

Ahsoka had been blamed for the death of an innocent citizen whilst in a Republic stronghold prison, overseen by none other than Captain Tarkin. Ashoka finds herself on the run in the prison from Tarkin's officers, clone troopers and even her master Anakin Skywalker. The final scene of the episode was one of the most gut-wrenching moments 'The Clone Wars' team gave to us as Ahsoka protests her innocence to Anakin, feeling betrayed by the Jedi Order she then jumps to the depths of the Coruscant Underworld.



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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Rian Johnson Shares New Set Photo From 'The Last Jedi'

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By: Benjamin Hart

Star Wars fan across the globe are currently gearing up for Star Wars Celebration Orlando in April which could easily be the biggest and best Celebration ever. Earlier today we learned that a panel for Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be taking place on Friday, April 14th and it will include appearances by Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and director Rian Johnson.
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Cinefex Magazine Unveils 'Rogue One' Cover Featuring Tarkin

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By: Benjamin Hart

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story followed in the footsteps of previous Star Wars films by revolutionizing aspects of the visual effects process. Industrial Light and Magic's use of CGI to recreate Peter Cushing's Grand Moff Tarkin and a younger version of Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia wowed audiences and sent shockwaves through the VFX community.
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'The Last Jedi' Panel Announced For Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017

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By Ciaran Duggan,

The Star Wars Show has exclusively announced there will be a 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' panel at this year's Star Wars Celebration convention.

Director Rian Johnson and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy will appear together for the Star Wars: The Last Jedi panel.

The panel is set to take place on April 14th 2017.

In addition, the show revealed that there would be an exclusive toy available for purchase at Celebration - a Luke Skywalker X-wing pilot Hasbro figure. 
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