Star Wars Aficionado has a leaked list of scenes that may be making their debut on the Blu-rays.
UPDATE: TFN has a list of extras, which a Lucasfilm rep told them are “accurate but incomplete.”
The official Youtube account now has scenes from each movie in HD. I’m not embedding them because you have to go directly to Youtube to select the HD version (Example in the screenshout above.) Check them out: The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
Audrey M. Brown interviews Ashley Eckstein about Her Universe and female fans. Meanwhile, the new two shirts and kids sizes that debuted at Star Wars Weekends are now available through the Her Universe website. (Be sure to check out what’s on sale – several shirts are going for half off!)
Sick of trudging through the entirety of A New Hope just to see your favorite Wookiee? Your prayers have been answered! (via)
For it is Tuesday, and life is despair. (via)
It’s turkey time!
Making maths. Justin Brown calculates how much he’s spent on Star Wars over the years. And although it’s a nice chunk of change, it’s still less than one copy of Frames, so I’ll give him a pass, despite that whole Boba Fett thing.
A social experiment. Ryan Britt takes a look at just how confused Clone Wars loving kids may be by their first look at the rest of the movies. Could ‘Anakin becomes Vader’ end up as their ‘Han shot first?’
…And for their parents. John Scalzi looks at awesome scenes in bad movies.
Right at home. Artist Cedric Delsaux returns to fandom’s radar with a new set of Star Wars images taken in what may be the world’s most sci-fiesque city, Dubai.
Why stormtroopers miss. Cracked explains the much-maligned plot hole with science.
Eye Candy Vader and Yoda via font.
Michael Heilemann takes to the books to explore the origins of our favorite Wookiee.
This Harrison Ford interview – recorded in 1977 for a Dallas-Fort Worth news channel – offers a look at the actor before his Star Wars curmudgeon era. (via)