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Disney is betting big on Star Wars Rebels, a new animated series coming to Disney Channel and Disney XD, to fill the gap between now and the debut of Star Wars Episode VII. Today they released a new “collage” poster … Continue reading
While my wife jumps for joy at the announcement of pre-production work commencing on Pixar’s “The Incredibles 2″, I’m excited to see a teaser synopsis for “Star Wars Episode VII” (though I’m excited for another trip to Metroville as well). … Continue reading
One of the new merchandise features coming to Star Wars Weekends in 2012 is the Droid Factory where you can build your very own Droid figure. The Droid Factory is open now and will run at least through the Star … Continue reading
The NY Times visits with WALL-E Director Andrew Stanton. In it Stanton denies that he created WALL-E as an allegory for our abuse of the planet. “I was writing this thing so long ago, how could I have known what’s … Continue reading