IF Magazine interviews Lucasfilm’s Steve Sansweet on the upcoming superevent. He talks about the saga marathon and reveals there’ll be “a little bit” about Indy IV.
Provided one has digital cable and all the required hardware, all Cinemax subscribers will get the Saga in HD, not just people with Comcast. However, only Comcast subscribers will get the HD saga on demand.
Steve Sansweet talks to MovieWeb. Mostly what we’ve heard before, but there are some details about the Star Wars TV shows I don’t think I’ve heard yet.
The History Channel is rerunning “Private Collections” tonight at 8pm Eastern. The show features a look at Steve Sansweet’s collection of Star Wars collectibles.
It’s that wonderful time of the year when Lucasfilm’s licensees try to give us as much as possible to offer our friends and families to get us for the holidays.
At a price tag of $150, this is probably an item for your more generous relatives. But it is certainly a fantastic book.
The starwars.com gang and a few other familiar faces visit Steve Sansweet’s Rancho Obi-Wan. Bonnie takes pictures.
Matthew Wood, Supervising Sound Editor of Episode III and voice of General Grievous, came on stage at Steve Sansweet’s Star Wars Spectacular and provided a demonstration of how he created the General’s voice, complete with sound equiptment. Fan reports have him actually have him singing a song – Hyperspace members can find out for themselves by listening to the audiocast of the event.
Steve also hinted at some of the content on the Revenge of the Sith DVD, and showed one of the deleted scenes dealing with the founding of the Rebellion. Certainly I’m not the only one hoping for an Extended Edition, ala Peter Jackson?