What begins as a child’s game becomes a battle between the light and dark, with neither side truly winning in this brand new, well-shot Star Wars fan film from Youtube user NoFilm:
Graphic designer Kurt Rauffer created a James Bond-style opening credits sequence for The Empire Strikes Back. Using Radiohead’s rejected Spectre theme, the sequence takes the viewer through a visual landscape that elegantly teases some of the original trilogy’s most iconic visual symbols:
Who doesn’t want to see a connection between Star Wars and an classic album titled “Dark Side…” of anything?
Not only did Ewan McGregor get to do a little voice work for the latest Star Wars installment, but when asked in a recent interview about the future of his Prequel Trilogy character, the actor also admitted he would love to play the character again in a stand-alone movie.
To play Obi-Wan Kenobi again would be something I would love to do in one of the spinoff movies.
You can watch his interview below (linked from Collider):
With Anakin Skywalker’s apprentice, Ashoka, appearing on Star Wars: Rebels, many fans expected a confrontation between her and her old master, now Darth Vader. That confrontation is now at the center of the season 2 finale of Rebels. Here is a preview clip:
The 1-hour season finale airs Wednesday, March 30, at 9:00 p.m. PT/ET on Disney XD.
To any die-hard Star Wars fan, the similarities between the original “Star Wars” and the latest installment in the saga cannot be denied. Vimeo user Zachary Antell has put together a 4-minute reel showing what most fans of Episode IV were vaguely feeling as they watched “The Force Awakens”.
Before begining production, director J.J. Abrams sat down with the entire cast of “The Force Awakens” and ran through a table reading of the script. This table reading will be included in the upcoming “The Force Awakens” home version.