Our good buddy Dominic from Star Wars Underwold shot me this message and I wanted to pass it along to you guys.
We at the SWU are organizing a Save The Clone Wars Twitter protest for this Saturday at 9:30 am PST. Our goal is to get the hashtag #SaveTheCloneWars trending on Twitter. Hopefully this will help prove to Disney how vast and passionate the Clone Wars audience is. This is not meant to be a replacement for the letter writing campaign, but rather as something that can work in tandem with it. Any help spread the word about the protest would be greatly appreciated. Details can be found here:
This news comes strait from the official site.
May the 4th is fast approaching, as is the landmark 30th anniversary of Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. Thanks to Entertainment Weekly‘s CapeTown Film Festival at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California, you’ll be able to celebrate both at the same time.
In this episode of the Star Wars Report podcast, Mark Newbold from JediNews, joins Mark and myself to talk about showing Star Wars to someone who’s never seen it.
We also talked about the recent news that the Clone Wars crew is disbanding, and much more.
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Harrison Ford was on the red carpet in Chicago promoting his new film “42” when Dean Richards from WGN TV briefly caught up with him.
On returning to Star Wars
“I’m looking forward to it…I think it’s going to happen”.
Take a look:
Cosmic Book News is saying, according to their “source” that:
• Star Wars Episode VII will be set 30 years after Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
• It will indeed feature the Skywalker/Solo children coming to the peak of their powers
• The Jedi Order has been rebuilt with Luke Skywalker as Grand Master