These Are the Blu-Rays You’re Looking For
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on January 7, 2011 under Pics, Star Wars
In order to announce the Star Wars Blu-Ray release date at CES 2011, Darth Vader took the stage. But Vader needs an honor guard, doesn't he? That job is always filled by the 501st. The SoCal 501st Garrison sent out this great image of the SoCal 501st and NeonCity Garrison standing guard for Lord Vader via Twitter. ... more.
Deleted Scenes We Want on the Star Wars Blu-Rays
9 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, Lists, Star Wars
We know that there are a lot of scenes that were lost from the Original Trilogy. While the Prequels had their deleted scenes included as extras on the DVD releases, the Original Trilogy scenes are much more rare. At Celebration V they promised lots of rare things have been found for the upcoming Blu-Ray release, such as the alternate Return of the Jedi opening, but we know there are more that th... more.
Star Wars: The Complete Saga on BluRay
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on January 6, 2011 under News, Star Wars
Lucasfilm has officially announced the long awaited Star Wars BluRays today at CES in Las Vegas. Star Wars: The Complete Saga will hit stores this coming September and will feature all six movies in high definition along with three discs of extras totally about 30 hours of bonus features. The saga will also be available split with separate Prequel and Original Trilogy sets. The Complete Saga will ... more.
Is Old Republic Too Late?
10 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, News, Star Wars
Ruh Roh, Shaggy. 1Up has an article up about The Old Republic that people becoming super hyped about the game probably don't want to hear. About a month ago, BioWare allowed select members of the press who aren't currently in the heavily-NDA'ed beta check out Tython, which is the Jedi starting area. Well, 1Up came away not too impressed... more.
The Empire Strikes Bike
3 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on January 5, 2011 under Star Wars
Starwars.com has posted what could be the coolest bike ever made, and one that definitely put's Pee Wee Herman's version of this bike to shame. The Empire Strikes Bike is a joke, but if they were to actually make and produce this piece of awesomeness we can guarantee they'd sell out. If ThinkGeek could actually make the Tauntaun sl... more.
Daft Punk’s helmets – the Star Wars connection
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on January 4, 2011 under News, Star Wars
The LA Times has an interview up with Daft Punk about creating the score for Tron: Legacy. It's really interesting, but even cooler is when they were asked about their famous robot helmets and if they were inspired by Tron: So it had to be asked: Are those robot helmets (without which Daft Punk is never photographed) an implicit homage to “Tron”? “It’s closer to a ‘Star Wars’ vi... more.
Darth Vader to make an announcement at CES
4 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on January 3, 2011 under News, Star Wars
Starwars.com has announced that Darth Vaders and Stormtroopers will show up at Panasonic's CES booth this Thursday for a "most impressive announcement". The site doesn't spill the beans regarding what it may be about, but the good money is on some kind of BluRay 3D exclusivity deal with Panasonic. Currently the only way (unti... more.
Imperial recruitment poster
2 CommentsPosted by Jason Peffley on under Pics, Star Wars
If this doesn't make you want to drop everything in order to tryout for the stormtrooper training course, then I don't know what will.... more.
Obi-Wan Reads ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’
3 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 28, 2010 under Star Wars, Videos
Christmas may be over, but this is too awesome to not share. James Arnold Taylor, the voice of Obi-Wan in Clone Wars and Corey Burton who voices Cad Bane and Ziro the Hutt, recently read "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" in-character on the ForceCast Podcast. James Arnold Taylor took the audio and posted it to Youtube, and you can listen to it below. It's awesome. ... more.
The Empire Strikes Back Added to National Film Registry
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Star Wars
Back in 1989, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope was added to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress to be preserved forever. This year, partially in honor of its 30th Anniversary, The Empire Strikes back has been added to the registry along with George Lucas' original 1967 student film that went on to become THX 1138. With both Star Wars and Empire now preserved forever, two out of... more.