A look at the connections between the Expanded Universe and certain classic films!
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Learn how members of the 501st brought Imperial might to the indie film Gamers 3!
Learn about the legendary Star Wars ride, from inception to story!
In this installment of Guitars and Lightsabers, a new series on the Star Wars Blog, Jason Shaw and Garrett Leister of the band HRVRD discuss what Star Wars means to them.
Revisit a key era in Star Wars history that saw the return of Star Wars novels, comics, toys, and more!
An exploration on the influence of Akira Kurosawa’s masterful Seven Samurai on Star Wars.
May was a very busy month for me, not least because of a couple of trips down to the Disney offices in southern California. Becoming part of Disney is as surreal an experience for me as initially joining Lucasfilm was, as both Disney and Star Wars are lifelong loves of mine. In fact, while I was down there, one of the HR people caught me eyeing the new Disney Princess merchandise twice. How embarrassing. Disney and Star Wars is not such an odd combination, though, when you think about it. Star Wars is in many ways a fairy tale — fairy […]
Steven Spielberg’s Jaws might be one of the most influential films in history. It set the stage as one of the first, true summer blockbusters in 1975, paving the way for the cultural hysteria Star Wars would cause just two years later. Add to the fact that it stands to this day as a fantastic, well-made film, and it’s no wonder that its influence has seeped into the world of film and has devotees among the elites of the entertainment industry. Bryan Singer’s production company is called “Bad Hat Harry” from a line on the beach in Jaws. Ain’t It […]
When you become a parent, your whole life changes. I know — that’s the understatement of the century, right? But I’m constantly surprised at how becoming a mother changed my filter of the world around me, and especially changed the way I view media now. For example, as a relatively new mom, (my daughter is three and a half years old), I now see the Star Wars trilogies in a completely different light, and wonder about things I never ever considered in a million previous viewings.
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