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Related Articles: Slated for release on Tuesday, June 28, Shadow of the Sith is a canon Star Wars novel set between the events of the 1983 film Return of the Jedi and the 2015 film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The book chronicles Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian’s efforts to locate the hidden Sith planet of Exegol. While Ochi of Bestoon from 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has a major part to play in Shadow of the Sith, he isn’t the only dark side acolyte Luke and Lando have to deal with. For months fans throughout the galaxy are waiting impatiently while Lucasfilm released new information about upcoming stories involving Anakin Solo (Aayla Secura) and Jango Fett (Andy Serkis). One fan theory claims that two characters will appear alongside each other during Episode VII as well. Both actors were teased by Michael Arndt at last year ‘Rogue one’ Comic Con when they appeared together out in New York City but this week was finally revealed thanks largely due an interview conducted just before their appearance where both directors confirmed it would indeed happen…but nothing ever really came true until now.
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- On this year’s May the Fourth, like clockwork, a new piece of Star Wars news dropped: a trailer for the forthcoming Disney+ show Obi-Wan Kenobi. Previous Star Wars Day announcements have included that Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi would be cowriting and helming a future Star Wars movie and that General Mills would be releasing a Baby Yoda cereal. It’s also a day for all kinds of fan actions, like making crafts, doing cosplay, and holding movie marathons. But over the years, the holiday has begun to feel more and more like a marketing stunt—a former grassroots fan holiday that’s been turned into a news peg for a trailer for a show people don’t seem too jazzed about. For example you see it every time there’s an announcement on Twitter or Facebook regarding upcoming movies; each one features your favorite (and oft-disappeared) characters in goofy outfits wearing costumes drawn by their very first appearances from The Dark Knight Rises ‒or worse still, something entirely unrelated… such as Christopher Nolan creating Batman themed shirts back at CinemaCon 2005. You’ll think “oh no I hate Chris Nolan! My love affair with him waned after he made his own films!” And when those projects are finally revealed? Well they get announced anyway because some celebrity wants them, just ask Madonna
- In Star Wars lore, it’s safe to say not everyone was a fan of Anakin Skywalker. While Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi felt he could get trained as a Padawan after coming to Coruscant from Tatooine, many Jedi Masters felt Anakin was too old. He was a risk in their eyes because they preferred younglings, not a kid who was emotionally unstable after a hard upbringing. That led to Anakin giving the Jedi Council a lot of lip as he grew older, especially because he had the rebellious spirit of the deceased Qui-Gon in him. Well, come Mike Chen’s Star Wars: Brotherhood, fans got insight into all the verbal jousting, including the Jedi Anakin hated most, which should come as no surprise. While being an apprentice at Matoran Uprising is what prompted this article, there are three possible interpretations that have been debated over whether or “it” came first… First, if Luke wanted to be part Yoda on Nabu then his father would’ve seen fit when ordering The Old One (Qui Gon) to act like Master Windus so Asajj Ventress didn’t attack them during training; since her family lineage has only two members left she wouldn’ chosen someone lesser due more than likely knowing how much control Vodo Ewok gave off amongst other things without having any specific instruction regarding action with weapons though
- Lucas was motivated as much by common sense as a boldness to innovate. After years of working in the traditional method, he was convinced that every aspect of filmmaking could be easier, from pre-production and principal photography to post-production and distribution. The Star Wars films, among other Lucasfilm productions, granted opportunities to test and experiment new methods. Through these experiments, several different cinematographers were able find ways they had never been able before: At first Spielberg’s techniques seemed similar – very simple images with tight focus on some vital part of the scene without too many moving parts or lengthy cuts leading up until completion. But soon more complicated elements came into play using computer technology such As early as 1990 at LosAngeles’ Art Directors Conference this director Michael Bauman asked him about lighting effects which make for amazing cinematic results but also cause great headaches when set dressing can lead filmmakers to overexpose certain scenes – “What if you see something like Vader walking down street wearing gloves?
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Before Star Wars: The Old Republic let Star Wars fans tell their own Star Wars story, there was Star Wars: Galaxies. Released in 2003, Star Wars: Galaxies brought players to the galaxy far, far away after the destruction of the Death Star but before the events of Empire Strikes Back. Players were able to create their own Star Wars character and explore iconic Star Wars locales like Tatooine and Naboo. Along their journey they would also encounter popular characters like Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, and even Watto. “It’s still a very important part,” said Dave Filoni, president at LucasArts Digital Media, which released both games when it acquired Origin back then for $20 million dollars (though later turned over that same sum). “You’re not playing with as many tools right now because you didn’t have this early access experience.” The company hasn´t confirmed if or how much time has passed between its respective releases—the latter from 2009 —but an image showing what appears out-of place icons on each game suggests these patches are due just days apart.
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