Saturday, March 29, 2014

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Steven Spielberg did not direct or write "Star Wars," but made nearly $40 million dollars off the movie because of an unusual bet with George Lucas. When Spielberg was working on "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and George Lucas was making "Star Wars," both released in 1977, they thought their own movie would not do as well as the other. Betting against their own films, they agreed that the director of the more successful film would give the other man 2.5 percent of their profits. "Star Wars" obviously won, and Lucas stayed true to the bet. Jeremy Parsons reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Friday, March 28, 2014.


Star Wars: Threads of Destiny (2014) - FULL MOVIE (official)

Published on Feb 22, 2014
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Plot Outline
Set 100 years after "Return of the Jedi," the Jedi Order and the Republic are once again active. The planet Coreign produces a special ore that can power an entire city, but the Skenvi empire is interested in its potential for supreme spaceship armor.

Threads of Destiny is a fan-made feature film created by fans of George Lucas's Star Wars saga and directed by Rasmus Tirzitis.

This extraordinary film took 9 years to complete with the help of more than a hundred people working on it from all over the world.

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Fail for Darth Vader

Friday, March 28, 2014

Star Wars The Old Republic: Episode IV: Rise of the Sith Lords - Full Movie


Published on Aug 31, 2013

Star Wars The Old Republic: Episode IV: Rise of the Sith Lords - Full Movie


Yceman Productions proudly presents this fan film based on
Star Wars® Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords.
The film was not made for money and is a NON-PROFIT venture.
All rights for content belong to LucasArts and
Obsidian Entertainment. Star Wars® belongs to
Lucasfilm, 20th Century Fox, and Disney.

All music featured in this movie belongs to their respective owners,
as indicated in the end credits.

This film was made out of pure enjoyment for Star Wars® to give
fans of this era a chance to experience the KOTOR video games
in an exciting new way, without having to play the game.


Thursday, March 13, 2014

'Star Wars Episode VII': Actors Battle for Lead Role (EXCLUSIVE)

From left: Ed Speleers, John Boyega, and Jesse Plemons

With Adam Driver in line to play the villain in the next “Star Wars,” the next order of business for Disney and Lucasfilm is finding the right Jedi to challenge Driver and the evil empire.

After meeting with several young actors this past year, sources tell Variety that “Downton Abbey” thesp Ed Speleers, “Attack the Block” star John Boyega, Jesse Plemons and theater actors Matthew James Thomas, and Ray Fisher are among the men J.J. Abrams is eyeing for the lead role. Though some insiders warn the search is still ongoing, multiple sources confirm to Variety these actors have moved to the top of the list in recent weeks.

Disney had no comment.

SEE ALSO: Adam Driver to Play ‘Star Wars’ Villain (EXCLUSIVE)

Exact details of the character are vague but the part is believed to be a Jedi apprentice. The original draft by Michael Arndt was said to focus on Han Solo and Princess Leia’s kids, however, Abrams and Kasdan’s recent rewrite reportedly puts their offspring in a supporting role.

Sources also indicate the reason for the delay has to do whether execs and creatives want someone of a different ethnicity from the previous Caucasian leads. Abrams has said on numerous occasions that he wants to have a diversified cast, which is why actors like David Oyewolo and Michael B. Jordan tested early on.
As previously reported, Abrams is expected to surround the less-familiar actor with more recognizable stars for supporting parts, including original “Star Wars” cast members Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill.
Star Wars Episode VII” will begin shooting in the late second quarter or early third quarter in London’s
 Pinewood Studios.

Produced by Abrams, his Bad Robot partner Bryan Burke and Lucasfilm head honcho Kathleen Kennedy, “Star Wars Episode VII” hits theaters Dec. 18, 2015.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Summer Glau Makes Me Feel Fine

I didn't make the music, but I did make this video back in the day. I had forgot all about this crush until the person who made this picture pulled a Jedi mind trick on me. After two of her shows got cancelled I got sad and took the blog down I had made in tribute to her, but the video remains. I hope she sees it some day and smiles.