The tradition continues: drive home with us from the airport as we break down day three of Star Wars Celebration Orlando, as well as our overall thoughts and reflections on the entire experience. Highlights include a closer look at Galactic Nights, all of the exclusive merchandise, what Star Wars friendships mean, and much more. Read more
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Just in from StarWars.com:
The Walt Disney Company and Lucasfilm announced today two major upcoming release dates.
Star Wars: Episode IX is now set for release on May 24, 2019. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, the film will close out the third Star Wars trilogy.
In addition, the fifth chapter of the Indiana Jones series is now confirmed for a July 10, 2020 release. Both Steven Spielberg, director of every Indiana Jones film, and star Harrison Ford will return.
It’s time for Episode 16 of Lattes with Leia! With Star Wars Celebration Orlando recently wrapping, we spend some of the episode going over highlights from the convention – including The Last Jedi teaser. We also dive into Star Wars moments that have stuck with us and had a last impact on us. Plus, we touch on some awesome art and the new Star Wars Art: Ralph McQuarrie book.
Well, I’m back from Celebration Orlando. A grand time was had by all. Or at least by most. Probably by all. It wasn’t without its hiccups, but what large gathering of 60,000 people isn’t? The short version of my experience is this: It was great to see some friends again after 2 years, and great to meet some new friends for the first time, including my Comics With Kenobi co-host, the illustrious Mr. Matt Moore. There were a few nice surprises, which I’m sure you’ve read about already: Harrison Ford and George Lucas onstage for the 40th Anniversary Panel, John Williams playing Princess Leia’s theme as part of a tribute to Carrie Fisher, and the reveal of the teaser for The Last Jedi, to name just a few. There was one moment that was simultaneously somewhat surprising and not shocking in the least. Read on to find out what it was!
It’s Star Wars Collectors Cast, LIVE from Celebration Orlando 2017. Join James Burns and co-host Teresa Delgado as they chat collecting with Rancho Obi-Wan supremo Steve Sansweet and Marvel Comics artist John Tyler Christopher.
You can listen to episode 76 on iTunes and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments, views and opinions to be a part of the show.
The 40th anniversary of Star Wars dominated Star Wars Celebration Orlando this month. In fact, a celebration of 40 years kicked off the convention. George Lucas, Warwick Davis, Mark Hamill, Hayden Christensen, Harrison Ford and many others recounted the history of Star Wars from 1977 to the present and began the conversation from the Galaxy Stage. Naturally, this lead to many conversations about the best and favorite Star Wars moments from the past 40 years. One of my most favorite moments was the release of the Star Wars: Special Editions. I’m certain this is a controversial pick. Many fans hate the changes made to the classic movies. However, I have many reasons for celebrating the 20th anniversary of the special editions. For now, I’ll focus on two, which include a personal reason and a content addition.
Couldn’t make it to debut of Star Wars: Galactic Nights? No worries, Coffee With Kenobi‘s Dan Z. has you covered. Dan was at Disney’s Hollywood Studios for the big event, and he’s written a great piece on StarWars.com. If you weren’t there, you’ll feel like you were. Or, for those who made it, you can relive the memories!
Check out an excerpt below: