On this week’s episode, Barb, Devin and Eve sat down to discuss all the recent news and announcements; from Kathleen Kennedy signing on for another 3 years (psst: we’re all in for KK!), Vader Immortal VR experience coming to the Oculus Quest and lastly to new set photos and show description of Jon Favreau’s live-action series ‘The Mandalorian,’ the gang covers it all. We round it all out with a closer look into each of our favorite Star Wars film’s and when/if we have to defend them, what would our reasoning behind those choices be? Listen below!
On this week’s episode, Devin, Eve and Jeremy sit down and talk the latest in Star Wars news and announcements! From Bob Iger’s interview discussing the future of Star Wars films, Luke Skywalker’s last-last words as penned by Gary Whitta, and whether or not Serkis’ schedule lends a bit of truth to Snoke appearing in IX, we cover a lot of ground this week! Wrapping it up with a closer look all about human and AI relationships and what these massive leaps may mean for us – humans – as well as its connections to Star Wars droids. This is the episode you’re looking for!
On this weeks episode, Barb, Carl, Devin and Eve sit down and talk all the latest and greatest news stories within the Star Wars community – including Star Wars Resistance, Kasdan Jr’s 52-behind the scenes facts about Solo: A Star Wars Story and Rian Johnson’s Last Jedi inspiration from Star Wars Rebels’ Mortis Arc! We wrap it all up with which Star Wars character was introduced the best way to each of us and what that moment ultimately meant!
If you have listened to the Galactic Series, Part One, you would have known that a female character I most related to was Ciena Rae. Like fellow team member, Regina Sanders, we both found Claudia Gray's Lost Stars to be captivating and saw ourselves in Ciena Rae.
There are moments in life that offer reflection. In high school I took the leap to volunteer as a counselor in the Outdoor School program to teach science, and be responsible for a select number of middle schoolers for 5 days (last time I checked the program was cut to three days). As an introvert with a social anxiety problem, I struggled to get through my duties. During my first time as a counselor I did have one of counselor high schooler, and together we did okay at our job. It was a total one head of a snake not talking to the other.
On July 18, 2017 I asked the Fangirls Going Rogue Facebook chat if I should I read Bloodline or Rebel Risingas my first Star Wars book. I was, overwhelmingly, told to read Lost Stars by Claudia Gray. I was hooked after reading the summary on the back page. I remember thinking that it was (and honestly it still is) the best book ever. Romance. Action. Star Wars.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recently announced a new category, Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film. The details of qualifying for the award will be spelled out later. Most reaction on the internet seems to be negative and convey this as a way to give awards to big blockbuster “superhero” movies. Many believe the only reason the Academy created the category was to combat declining television ratings.
Many years ago, when I was working my first job at a pizza restaurant, one of my duties was to place door hangers door to door throughout various nearby neighborhoods to advertise our company. For the most part the experience was not memorable at all. Place coupon on door. Move to next house. Avoid animals, humans, and “no soliciting” signs. Rinse and repeat.
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of excitement mixed with all sorts of other emotions at the news of the cast announcement for Episode IX of Star Wars. The death of Carrie Fisher a year and a half ago hit me more than the news of any celebrity death before; it came at a time when we as Star Wars fans were getting to experience more of the Carrie Fisher we know and love as she reprised her role as Princess Leia.