Slashfilm came across a fan-made poster that spans the entire saga. I’m usually not a huge fan of the collage aesthetic, but I gotta admit this one is pretty nifty.
- This week saw the release of Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga – and yesterday the game’s developer, TT Games, was purchased by Warner Brothers. Guess all that hard Wiisaber work paid off.
- The Discovery returned safely to Earth on Wednesday – presumably with lightsaber intact.
- Fan compiles relevant screenshots from The Clone Wars videos on StarWars.com.
- BBC interviews ANH prop hauler.
- Humor site Aniboom casts U.S. primary candidates and assorted other political types in Star Wars roles. It’s… about what you’d expect. Meh.
- Know A Legion: Neon City Garrison.
- TOS interviews Dick DeBartolo, who penned (all? some of? most?) Mad’s Star Wars film spoofs.
- McClatchy review of The Star Wars Vault.
Wednesday at Celebration IV, attendees can see the whole saga at once. And registration starts at 9 a.m. PDT (noon EDT) today, so stake your claim now.
Premium cable channel Cinemax has acquired the rights to run all six Star Wars movies in high definition. The run will start in November and does not effect the Spike TV contract, which starts in 2008.
We Must Love One Another or Die is an interesting, if rather ostentatious, anaylsis of the saga. If you dig, you might find a few good points beneath all the verbiage.