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  1. Congratulations to Fans of Star Wars Rebels, Whose Show Just Got a Second Season

    Disney has confidence.

    Wait, what do you mean there are no fans yet, because the show's first season doesn't premiere on Disney XD until tomorrow? OK... congratulations to the cast and crew of Star Wars Rebels. You'll all still have jobs next year! WOOOOO!!!!

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  2. David Fincher Could Have Directed the Weirdest, Most Depressing Star Wars Ever

    "THE ULTIMATE FOLLY OF MAN"

    "I always thought of Star Wars as the story of two slaves [C-3PO and R2-D2] who go from owner to owner, witnessing their masters' folly, the ultimate folly of man... I thought it was an interesting idea in the first two, but it's kind of gone by Return Of The Jedi."

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  3. Star Wars: Despecialized Edition Is Probably The Closest Thing We’ll Get To An Original Trilogy Remaster

    Stay on target...

    Despite the collective fan grief over computerized Jabba, shooting-first Greedo, and the general amount of weird added background aliens all over the place, Lucasfilm still hasn't released an unaltered, remastered version of the original trilogy. But Star Wars fans are nothing if not steadfastly ingenious, so they made their own.

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  4. Two Young Unknowns Cast in Star Wars Episode VII After Open Auditions

    Great, kid. Don't get cocky.

    The UK gets all the best stuff: Doctor Who, accents, Star Wars auditions... Open auditions for Star Wars Episode VII were held in the UK after a casting call late last year, and now two relatively unknown actors have been cast to appear in the movie.

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  5. Mark Hamill Talks Getting Back Into the Star Wars Saddle, Shows Off His Episode VII Facial Hair

    May The Force Be With You

    I know that's been the question on my mind: Will Episode VII Luke Skywalker have abandoned the beardless side of the Force to go down a path of righteous follicular majesty? The answer appears to be yes, at least judging by Mark Hamill's appearance in this promotional image for Disney World's Star Wars Weekends, which was taken on a break from Episode VII filming. Behind the cut, Hamill speaks about his preparation for the role, his relationship with Star Wars fans, and how the sequel trilogy's attitude towards spoilers differs from that of the original trilogy.

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  6. Breaking: Chronicle‘s Josh Trank Is Directing a Star Wars Spinoff

    May The Force Be With You

    Chronicle director Josh Trank has joined Godzilla's Gareth Edwards on the list of people directing a Star Wars spinoff. Via StarWars.com:

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  7. Godzilla Director Gareth Edwards to Helm a Stand-Alone Star Wars Movie [VIDEO]

    May The Force Be With You

    First Godzilla stomps the competition at the box office so much that it's already getting a sequel, and now its director has been tapped to direct one of those stand-alone Star Wars movies. Gareth Edwards is having a really good week.

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  8. Apparently Disney’s Having a Hard Time Putting Together That Boba Fett Movie

    Boba Fett?! Boba Fett?!

    Just days after Lucasfilm put out an official statement saying that they'll be making a clean break from the Expanded Universe with their new set of Star Wars movies, rumors are surfacing that they're struggling to come up with a plot for their intended Boba Fett spin-off film. Hmmm, too bad Fett never shows up in any of the EU-- oh, wait.

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  9. The New Star Wars Movies Will Have Nothing To Do With The Expanded Universe, Says Lucasfilm

    I have a bad feeling about this.

    When news that Chewbacca would be returning to Star Wars Episode VII was first announced, the Internet went wild with speculation. So he wasn't killed off in that one Expanded Universe novel that people don't like? No, he wasn't -- because the EU and the new films won't connect at all, according to a new statement by Lucasfilm.

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  10. The Women Of Star Wars Rebels: First Impressions Count

    Essay

    We're inching closer to the fall premiere of Star Wars Rebels. This fan is incredibly excited for the animated series that will be the first on-screen representation of the formidable Lucasfilm and Disney combination. The primary group of protagonists were recently introduced in a series of videos and articles over the past two weeks, and toys based on some of those characters were unveiled at the New York Toy Fair. I was pleased to learn two of the five members of the main cast are females. I'm less thrilled those two characters, Sabine and Hera, were the last two to be introduced, and Hasbro isn't including them in their first wave of figures for Star Wars Rebels. It feels like a slap in the face. 

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