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Chen’s new book takes place in an interesting spot in the Star Wars canon: the moment after the Battle of Geonosis in Attack of the Clones, but before the events of the 2008 Clone Wars film which launched the famous series. In other words, this is a story about Anakin and Obi-Wan before Ahsoka but after the war breaks out. And for Mike Chen, the whole purpose of this book is to create a kind of Clone Wars “movie” that he wished had existed during the run of prequels. But how do you tell such a tale without having everyone involved? I reached by email last month with Mira Sorvino—who directed both The Force Awakens trilogy (including its 2015 spinoff) as well – who told me her thoughts on what she’s doing here, including whether or not it qualifies under Lucasfilm Studios’ editorial guidelines relating specifically too much plot divergence between films from different media companies. “We really don’t have clear rules when we’re making movies,” said Sorvarine, whose experience works perfectly within Marvel Cinematic Universe standards governing continuity since these are shared universes created through cohabitation across multiple screens worldwide at once

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