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On this week’s podcast, Riley is joined by Pete Morrison from Rebels Report to talk about his time at Comic Con 2014.
- Pete’s No. 1 highlight of Comic Con
- Celebration Anaheim’s podcast stage
- The Star Wars Rebels Screening
- The 7 minute Rebels clip
- It will be hard not to compare Rebels to the Clone Wars
- Disney is like Google, not Apple
- Guardians of the Galaxy
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In an interview with /Film, Dave Filoni stated he would be willing to Helm Star Wars Spin Off film. Dave is such an amazing ambassador to SW fandom. This would be fantastic news.
/Film: For the next few years, you obviously are concentrating on Star Wars Rebels. But is a Star Wars spin-off movie something you’d want to do? Would you want to get in line to direct whether it be a Rebels movie or some random spin-off movie 10 years down the road?
Dave Filoni: Oh, of course. That’s a selfish thing to say, but of course. I mean, if I were to get an opportunity like that A, I wouldn’t turn it down. B, I would see it as a great honor to do it. And I would apply all my Jedi knowledge to doing it as best I can. When I see these spin-offs happening, I’ve got definitely more than a few ideas of things that I would love to see finished and some things that makes them, I think, personally great stories.
It looks like Mark Hamill took a respite from filming Star Wars Episode VII to visit several Beatles landmarks.
What a beard. Magnificent.
Channeling GL with the flannel.
The actor, who plays Luke Skywalker, visited the city while he is in the UK and Ireland filming for the new Star Wars film.
Sporting a Jedi Knight beard, he was seen in the Cavern Club and the Beatles museum at the Albert Dock, with several surprised fans sharing photos of the star on social media.
Via the Liverpool Echo
More Ep. VII rumor goodness! In a roundup over at the Latino Review, it was stated that the Millennium Falcon may no longer belong to everyone’s favorite scoundrel in Ep. VII
The bad news is that Han Solo and Chewie lost the Millennium Falcon and Oscar Isaac’s character owns it now. I don’t know if Han’s new position as wife of a princess and man with kids made him want to settle down or if the Falcon is this universe’s most gambled ship (sorry Lando!), but Han and Chewbacca don’t have the Falcon because Oscar Isaacs has it.
Via Latino Review:
All I can say is Han had better recover the freighter while shouting “Get off MY STARSHIP!”
As a fan of “the Wars,” there are few things I get more excited about than the release of the musical score. I will devour any SW music I can get my grubby paws on. So imagine my excitement to hear the possibility that Lucasfilm and Co. are FINALLY releasing a soundtrack for the 6 seasons of the Clone wars!
Remember the score of the s05 finale? Remember? Take my money.
Via Star Wars Underworld