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‘Star Wars’ Exec. Admits Luke Skywalker’s ‘Mandalorian’ Look Wasn’t Accurate

Over the course of two seasons so far, Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s hit Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, has taken the United States by storm. The show — which introduced Grogu (AKA “Baby Yoda”) and bounty hunter Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) into the Star Wars universe — is over 100 times more popular than the average U.S. show, and has been renewed for a third season with a rumored fourth in the works as well.
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Opening 22nd January, May The Toys Be With You

Arriving in Lichfield, Staffordshire next weekend, May The Toys Be With You will bring the galaxy to the Midlands at The Hub at St Mary’s (a place I’m personally very fond of as I used to go there for my lunch when I worked my Saturday job at Toymaster in the late 80’s).
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Joe Hadsall: 'Book of Boba Fett' a perfect 'Star Wars' story

Others may watch "The Book of Boba Fett" and think that nothing about this looks like "Star Wars." But the more I watch, the more I realize it would work only in the "Star Wars" universe. The third of seven episodes in this new spinoff series released on Wednesday. "The...

The Book of Boba Fett Episode 3 Shows Us a Softer Boba Fett

We dig into Chapter 3 and examine why our favorite bounty hunter has gone so soft for Tatooine. Star Wars Explained is our ongoing series where we delve into the latest Star Wars shows, movies, trailers, and news stories to divine the franchise’s future. This entry explores Episode 3 of Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett (Chapter 3: “The Streets of Mos Espa”) and the titular Daiymo’s growing benevolence. Yes, prepare for SPOILERS.

Danny Trejo Star Wars Debut And More In Book Of Boba Fett

Upon hearing that Robert Rodriguez was directing The Book of Boba Fett, most of the director’s fans expected his second-cousin Danny Trejo to make his Star Wars debut. Without diving right into spoilers, it seems like it’s a role that could extend to multiple episodes. (Yet, the kind that might, uh, end abruptly.) Yet, there is more than just his familiar collaborator in this episode that really reminds us that it’s Robert Rodriguez guiding this series. This latest episode especially has that nouveau Western feel to it. Big music, big camera shots, and a person riding some kind of pack animal.

Report: Disney+ Katee Sackhoff Bo-Katan Series in the Works

According to That Hashtag Show, the "Favloniverse" looks to expand with a Mandalorian "princess" as the center of a new spin-off series.... According to That Hashtag Show, the “Favloniverse” looks to expand with a Mandalorian “princess” as the center of a new spin-off series…. As...

Review: ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Chapter 3 “The Streets of Mos Espa” Reveals New Foes

Chapter 3 of The Book of Boba Fett finally moves the focus away from flashbacks, though fans might still be left wanting more from the present-day storyline. Now that we know the story of how Boba Fett survived the Sarlacc Pit and ended up with the Tuskens, the show seems ready to show us a lot more of what Boba will get up to in his early days as a crime lord. Unfortunately, some of the new characters introduced in Chapter 3 didn’t really land as well as Jon Favreau and director Robert Rodriguez probably hoped they would, and the antagonists introduced in last week’s episode don’t seem to be the threats they first appeared to be.

The Book Of Boba Fett: Stars Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen on what it means to be part of new Star Wars show

After the runaway success of The Mandalorian, Disney greenlit a project that told the story of probably the most famous bounty hunter in cinematic history. Boba Fett falling into the sarlacc pit after his jetpack was damaged by Han Solo in a fight on Tattooine during the 1983 Star Wars film Return Of The Jedi, is something of film legend - with fans asking about his fate for decades.

Emilia Clarke’s Qi’ra Reportedly Returning for Upcoming Disney+ Star Wars Series

Please note: some posts may contain affiliate links which means our team could earn money if you purchase products from our site. Though many fans feel the initial introduction of Solo: A Star Wars Story was affected by the pressumed lack of confidence by Lucasfilm, Star Wars fans have grown to love the “Solo” film after its streaming debut and DVD release. In fact, some fans are regretting missing the chance to see the film in theaters due to protesting the casting choices, over saturation of Star Wars films in theaters at the time, and for the lack of faith in the Star Wars franchise to tell a story about pre-existing characters.
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Stop the Hyperdrive, I Want to Get Off: Losing Faith in Star Wars TV

When The Mandalorian first premiered—hot on the heels of five Star Wars films in four years—viewers thought maybe these small-scale adventures on Disney+ would be the ones to unite us all. We’d be saved from the vitriolic discourse, the unwieldy fan expectations, and sheer meteoric size the Star Wars films came to represent. Many watched both seasons and were left completely satisfied by the stylish set-pieces, teasing guest appearances, and array of Outer Rim worlds creator Jon Favreau and his exciting development team had to offer. But looming above everything was the thought that the show wasn’t really about anything.