Liam Neeson wouldn’t mind returning to Star Wars. He’s not sure how it would happen – spinoff? – but he’s willing. And, naturally, he has concerns about the broadsaber.
Liam Neeson hasn’t been asked to return as Qui-Gon Jinn. How utterly shocking.
Well, sort of. Watch it for the Stewart facepalm! (via)
“The longer we stay here, the stranger it gets,” says Ahsoka Tano in last week’s episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, ‘Overlords’. I think this applies to us as viewers as well as the show tackles one of the most important notions of Star Wars and takes it in a new direction, as well as bringing back some prequel characters (and their actors). And helping to show Anakin Skywalker’s slow slide toward the dark side, he confronts past guilt but in the end, chooses the path of selfishness. Continue reading “The Clone Wars review: ‘Overlords’”