I’m planning on some content changes and want to talk more about some of my other passions. A big one is Star Wars, it’s been a constant through my life and I wanted to share my love for the series more.
In preparing for this year I wanted to do a rewatch, writing down my thoughts on each movie and maybe even doing a podcast.
Here’s the order that I’m going to be watching them in
- Episode I
- Episode II
- Episode III
- Rogue One
- New hope
- The Empire Strikes Back
- Return of the Jedi
- The Force Awakens
- The Last Jedi
Watch this space…
I imported this model a while ago and it’s taken me at least 8 months to get around to it but thanks to being off work I managed to complete it finally.
It’s all snap together and took me about 2 hours all in all.
Next up I’ll be trying my hand at painting before getting a few decals applied.
Done with my painting now, I’m happy with it.
Wow, came across this video showing every Lego Star Wars set in the archives. As a fan it’s amazing to see how they have changed over time.
The Mandalorian Disney+ series has announced Ludwig Göransson as its composer, if you’re not familiar with his work check out the soundtrack for Black Panther.
Sadly when I read the following I dreaded thinking about what might happen for us in the UK.
Notice launch in the US.
For a Star Wars fan looking forward to The Mandalorian it’s got me worried.
I’m thinking that Disney will instead push TV onto their SKY channels as they did for Rebels, alienating an entire audience who doesn’t want to pay for subscription TV.
I’m really hoping I’m wrong.
Myself and my daughter sat down to watch Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures on YouTube only to be presented with this.
I tweeted out to a few of my favourite Star Wars Podcasters and the social media team (thanks to Michelle Buchman) at Star Wars got back to me.
Turns out if you’re outside of the US and Canada you will need to use Star Wars Kids.
Source: Star Wars
The new streaming series from Jon Favreau just keeps on looking more positive. Aside from the bad ass looking Mandalorian in the image below the list of directors and creatives at Lucasfilm is top notch. Having Dave Filoni on board is a very positive step, having George Lucas’s padawan involved in live action is great. He’s long been doing great things on the animation front with clone wars and rebels and having him on live action in some capacity is only good.
I also can’t believe I’m seeing Taika Waititi (Thor Ragnorok, Hunt for the Wilderpeople) directing an episode.
Can’t wait for this.