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The Palpatines Won the War

And in the end, the Palpatines won. They literally buried the Skywalker legacy in the sands of Tatooine, and took over their land, their family home and assumed their legacy, even going so far as to take their name.

Rey was no angel. Kylo had a heart. Heroes on both sides, goes the scroll. Villains too. War leaves none blameless. The final message of Star Wars is total annihilation of one’s enemies and the appropriation of their valor.

Darth Binks

guess at locations

Mon Calamari


Luke’s Change: Death Star False Flag?

I knew it! I just knew it!
Sooner or later a mashup of Star Wars and the 911 Truthers would appear. And this well-done lampoon of the Loose Change documentary is called Luke’s Change. And rather than debunk any 911 theories, this seems to call Star Wars truths into question – much like the prequels and Clone Wars did. What can a poor galactic citizen really believe anymore?

Official story is subject to critique. Critique is lampooned. Lampoon becomes offiical story?

Sansweet Luke, Han and Leia in the new animated series

Not many details have surfaced about the new Seth Green Star Wars comedy series that was recently announced. However, in the IGN Theater at Chicago’s C2E2 convention, Lucasfilm Director of Fan Relations Steve Sansweet gave fans a nugget of information about what characters might be involved in the show.

During the Q&A section of the panel, a fan said, “I would really love to see new adventures after Jedi with our favorite characters Luke, Han and Leia,” to which Sansweet replied, “And you will, in the new animation.”

This should stoke the fires of fan speculation. Although the Seth Green/Matthew Seinrich (Robot Chicken) series is decidedly a comedic take on the Star Wars Universe, Sansweet’s comments are the first confirmation that it would tackle events post “Yub Nub.”

Was Obi Wan a Conspiracy Theorist?

Does Star Wars show how modern politics are declining?

Star Wars Live Action TV Show on Hold?

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RebelScum posted on a charity screening of Empire that Lucas attended on May 8. He was asked about the Live Action series and this is what he had to say.

Question: How are things going with the Live-Action TV Show?

Answer :: Lucas: The Live-Action TV Show is kind of on hold because we have scripts, but we don’t know how to do them. Because they literally are Star Wars – only we’re going to have to try to do them – a tenth the cost. It’s a huge challenge – lot bigger than what we thought it was gonna be.

Tan Divo

“Never underestimate Tan Divo. That’s for sure.”

TV Star Wars Live Action Crew

It seems there is no end to the insistence of Ana L. Woort that we share Star Wars gossip and rumors with you.  Now word comes to us that the crew from Star Wars Episode II (Attack of the Clones) and Star Wars Episode III (Revenge of the Sith) will play key roles in the production of the live-action Star Wars television show now in production.

New Comedy Star Wars Show?

The Official Site says yet another Seth is in on the Star Wars machine.

New Star Wars Animated Series in the Works

Source: Lucasfilm
April 5, 2010

Lucasfilm Animation announced today it is developing an all-new animated “Star Wars” series, focusing its efforts on the comedic aspects of the “galaxy far, far away.” Featuring creative involvement from Seth Green and Matthew Senreich, creators and executive producers of the Emmy and Annie Award-winning “Robot Chicken,” as well as writing from “The Daily Show’s” Brendan Hay, the series will look at the Saga’s characters with a playful and irreverent tone. The series will be produced by Daytime Emmy and Gemini Award-winner Jennifer Hill (“The Backyardigans”), and directed by Emmy-nominated Todd Grimes (“Back at the Barnyard”).

“There are so many stories taking place in the Star Wars universe, and they don’t all have to focus on the fate of the galaxy,” said Grimes. “We’re looking at Star Wars from a new perspective; this will be a glimpse at how the rest of the galaxy is affected by the events of the Saga. There’s a lot of humor to be mined from that.”

“The Star Wars universe is so dense and rich; it’s crazy to think that there aren’t normal, mundane everyday problems in a world so well-defined,” said Green. “And it’s even crazier to think of what those problems might be, since it’s all set in a galaxy far, far away. What do these characters do when they’re not overthrowing Empires?”

Said Senreich, “We’re going to pull back the curtain of some of those behind-the-scenes shenanigans. It’s going to appeal to all ages, the way Star Wars should — but there’ll be plenty buried under the surface, as well. As Obi-Wan might say, ‘it all depends on your point of view’.”