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During a late night visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote his latest movie 42, Harrison Ford seemed to not enjoy being asked questions regarding his involvement in the new Star Wars installment. If that wasn’t bad enough, it got even worse when the studio audience got involved. Is it just me or does Harrison Ford look like a cross between Han Solo, Clint Eastwood, and Jack Lemmon.

Hit the jump and check out the interview.

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In a recent episode of Parks and Recreation, comedian/actor, Patton Oswald plays a citizen of the City of Pawnee and to stall and block a vote, Oswald drops a eight minute long “Star Wars filibuster” that spans past the Star Wars Universe and into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and beyond. Unrehearsed and completely off-the-top of Oswald’s head, this little gem is a prime example of the genius of Patton Oswald. Prepare to witness what just might be one of the greatest things you will ever watch.

Hit the jump and enjoy.

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Oh my Sith Lord… This thing is probably the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. This bad ass Imperial Star Destroyer cake with light-up action is the creation of Lorenzo Wood, who made this beauty for his son, Alexander. How SWEET is that!

Hit the jump for more pics and check out the cake in action!

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Here’s another FANTASTIC fan-made poster by “WormyT”. Here is the once young Luke Skywalker channeling his inner Obi-Wan Kenobi look. I have to say that if Episode VII-IX turns out to be Legacy of the Force, this poster would be the perfect teaser for the new trilogy.

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31 December 2012 Eric Kwun | Posted in: Eye Candy, For F%ck's Sake, Strictly Star Wars

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Happy New Years minions. Let’s make 2013 a great one (where tons and tons of Ewoks get blasted in the face). Cheers.

24 December 2012 Eric Kwun | Posted in: Strictly Star Wars, geektube



Merry Christmas minions.

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Ohhhhhhhhh boy, here we go again. Recently, Disney and Lucasfilm has already confirmed that Academy Award winning screenwriter, Michael Arndt will be penning the script for Episode VII. Now, there is word that Disney has hired screenwriter, director, and producer Lawrence Kasdan and screenwriter Simon Kinberg to write and produce Episode VIII and Episode IX. Disney has already expressed their determination to produce a Star Wars film ever 2-3 years and it seems that while Episode VII is the biggest priority at Lucasfilm, they are more than willing to look even further into the future and get ready for the two films after that. Considering there is already a treatment by George Lucas and Michael Arndt that already lays out the foundation for the trilogy, these two experienced writers should have no problem immersing themselves into the Star Wars universe. If you aren’t too familiar with Lawrence Kasdan or Simon Kinberg, here are some of the films that they was written and produced.

Lawrence Kasdan
Screenplay credits: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Dreamcatcher, Wyatt Earp

Simon Kinberg
Screenplay credits: Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Sherlock Holmes (2009), X-Men: Days of the Future Past (2014)
Producer credits:  X-Men: First Class, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Elysium (2013)

It is safe to say that these gentlemen has had some experience and great success with big film franchises and blockbusters. However, it is also well known that these two have written and produce some very weak films. Kasdan shares the blame for the failure of Wyatt Earp and Dreamcatcher while Kinberg was responsible for terrible films such as  xXx: State of the Union, X-Men: United, Jumper, and This Means War. Even though their resume is full of hit and misses, these two men are great choices for Episode VIII and IX. Kasdan is already considered Star Wars royalty among fans for his work on Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi and Kinberg has produced some amazing work on X-Men: First Class and Sherlock Holmes. Hopefully, these two men will be working together on Episode VII and IX. With the combination of Kinberg’s fresh ideas and Kasdan’s experience in the Star Wars universe, these two men should be able to produce two great scripts.