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Tag Archives: Star Wars
During a special event at the 2014 American International Toy Fair, Disney Consumer Products unveiled four new toy lines expected to hit stores this year. Actors Andrew Garfield and Jorge Vega of the upcoming film Amazing Spider-Man 2 debuted new … Continue reading
Princess Leia, Han Solo, and Luke Skywalker will be back in the Star Wars sequels, and played by the original actors. Carrie Fisher was quoted in a TV Guide article that she is due on the set of the next … Continue reading
As we know, Disney now owns Lucasfilm and has committed to finishing the trilogy of movie trilogies, plus a spin-off or two. Fans of Star Wars may debate whether episodes 1-2-3 were any good or not, but we’ve almost all … Continue reading
In a move that isn’t quite unexpected, LucasFilm will be moving its Star Wars comic and graphic novel publishing from Dark Horse to Marvel, starting in 2015. Marvel originally published Star Wars comics for nine years, starting in March 1977 … Continue reading