The Acolyte Creator Talks Influences and Villains

[ image: BioWare/EA/Lucasfilm For much of Starwars’ existence, the various heroes we’ve watched and played have been good people trying to make the galaxy a better place in some way, or at the very least, find their own place in the universe. The larger conflicts have always put our heroes up against seemingly insurmountable odds, … Read more

New Star Wars Films Explained by Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy

“We are moving on from the Skywalker saga,” says Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy. So no more Rey?image: Lucasfilm Now that tHey Skywalker Saga is over, what exactly is a Starwars movie? It’s a question Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy has been dealing with on a daily basis for years. Things on the streaming side are purring … Read more

Star Wars Series Grammar Rodeo Coming to Disney Plus, and the Franchise’s TV Future

Disney+ is becoming The Star Wars Channel, by the looks of a new Vanity Fair cover story laying out the future of the rebellion. While the streamer has announced upcoming series like Andor, Ahsokaand The Mandalorian Season 3, we’ve gotten little in the way of actual descriptions of these creations—until now. The biggest news, by … Read more

20 Years Ago, ‘Attack Of The Clones’ Put ‘Star Wars’ On The Defensive

Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman in ‘Star Wars Episode Two: Attack of the Clones’ Lucasfilm There’s a moment amid the incredibly busy finale for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones during which our heroes (Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Padmé Amidala) have found themselves captured and placed in a gladiator ring for what … Read more

Full update revealed on all future Star Wars movies and shows

Star Wars fans suddenly have A LOT to get excited about! Disney and Star Wars gave unprecedented access to their upcoming slate of movies and shows to Vanity Fair this week, after years (DECADES!) of secrecy and playing things very close to their chests. Which isn’t to say that they gave the game away on … Read more

Star Wars’ TV Rebellion: ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi,’ ‘Ahsoka,’ and ‘Andor’ Rise

But that had been a selling point for him too. The character, later revealed to be named Din Djarin, is such a hard-line devotee to Mandalorian rules that he scrupulously keeps his helmet on in the presence of others. That means Pascal can sometimes play the role as a voice actor while a stand-in wears … Read more

Attack of the Clones 20th Anniversary: ​​A Life Altering Milestone

A crop of Drew Struzan’s poster for Attack of the Clones.image: Lucasfilm My life changed drastically the day I first saw Attack of the Clones. It was the first day the film opened, May 16, 2002, and I’d been awake a long time. The day before, May 15, I spent over 12 hours outside of … Read more