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Related Articles: 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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- In StarWars.com’s exclusive first look at Marvel’s Star Wars: Han Solo & Chewbacca #2, we get our first look at the father of famed scoundrel Han Solo, a rough-around-the-edges Corellian shipbuilder. And in StarWars.com’s preview of Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20, Sana and Aphra stumble into a ritual to uncover the Spark Eternal. Han Solo & Chewbacca #2, written by Marc Guggenheim and illustrated by David Messina, with a cover by Phil Noto, is available for pre-order now on ComiXology; Doctor Aphra #20, written by Alyssa Wong and illustrated by Minkyu Jung, with a cover by W. Scott Forbes, is also available for pre-order now on ComiXology. Both issues arrive May 18 and will also be found in print editions at your local comic shop. You can read more about these two ongoing series here. To learn how you can contribute to both titles via their Kickstarter campaign, head here. And don’t forget that if there’s an issue you’d like picked up from Dark Horse Comics or Titan Comics next month, please check out they may have some extra copies listed near those retailers! The full solicitation text reveals this week but stay tuned later today as Image previews another important arc coming across them during Preview Night 2014 – Jango Fett vs Darth Maul?
- The Star Wars franchise does a great deal of work to make its galaxy far away feel impossibly big, varied, and interesting. Unfortunately, on the rare occasions that the franchise does try something with characters outside the all-important Skywalker bloodline, the fanbase is less than eager to reward them. Solo: A Star Wars Story dropped at an unusual moment in the franchise. Immediately after the difficult mess of Rogue One, its failure allowed the change in direction that gave fans The Mandalorian. Even though the result was a net positive, it’s still tragic to see an interesting idea hit a brick wall and go down in history as a failure. Ridley Scott has done himself no favors by allowing this pattern continue through his output since he wrapped Prometheus (although I would much rather watch someone like Ridley jumpstart one thing from Alien or another.) But if we are going out of our way for anyone whose film doesn’t sell well but makes money anyway, expect us not only within four years of release, be honest about why they don… You can also ask George Lucas how many times you should get rid “Of That Thing.” If there truly isn`t room in your wallet today, then maybe just say so!
- The upcoming novel Star Wars: The Princess and the Scoundrel by Beth Revis, set after the events of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, will feature the wedding of Han and Leia — a well-deserved moment of joy after years of fighting. But when duo embarks on their honeymoon aboard the luxury Halcyon starcruiser, they find that the battle with the Empire is far from over. StarWars.com is excited to reveal the gorgeous, fully-painted cover by Oliver Cuthbertson, showing that while our favorite nerf herder and rebel princess are very much in love, danger still lurks. Check it out below. “I wanted to do something different for my first book based off another popular video game series,” said Revs. “We knew we were looking at people who would have enjoyed playing games similar enough as mine did not get many opportunities! They grew up under Disney’s influence where everything was about entertainment.” After being introduced during preorder giveaways, this stunning full color copyof Ewan McGregor’sanderson/Princess Bride’ trilogy goes beyond what has been shown sofar; featuring characters fans can identify – including Ben Solo, Jake Sully (a beloved character among gamers), Admiral Ackbar
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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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