It’s no secret that “Rogue One” is one of our favorite Star Wars films. IGN recently hosted a live watch-along of the movie with its writers, Gary Whitta and Chris Weitz. After you listen to us talk all about it, go check it out for yourself on YouTube!
Somehow, in over 4 years of podcasting, we’ve never rattled off our own personal rankings of the live-action Star Wars movies. We fix that! It takes a while, though. This is the back half of the conversation.
Somehow, in over 4 years of podcasting, we’ve never rattled off our own personal rankings of the live-action Star Wars movies. We fix that! It takes a while, though. You only get half in this episode.
Star Wars is always thought of as a film franchise – but is that really fair to say anymore? There are now 16 seasons of Star Wars TV released, upcoming, or in development! We take a look at the highs and lows of series past, and of course, speculate on what the upcoming Disney+ series (serieses?) announced might contain. The future of the franchise might actually be on the *small* screen!
Weesa back! Our summer vacation is over, and we’ve got a few stories to tell. We also did some pondering during our time off. The big question we posited: what if Rogue One was a trilogy? As the best-received film of the Disney era, could more movies in this story have altered the fandom’s take on their stewardship thus far?
Cassian Andor is returning to the fold in a new series on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service! The early Rebellion era seems rife with storytelling possibilities! What other characters and stories might see a rebirth once this series hits screens? We speculate!
Video games, books, movies, comics, TV, VR… everything released by Disney since acquiring the Star Wars franchise counts as canon! Do we really want comic books standing on equal footing with the movies, though? We discuss!
This week’s episode continues our conversation about our first experiences watching Star Wars. Yep, we’re not done talking about it yet! This time it’s Steve’s turn to relate his time checking out The Phantom Menace – in 2D and 3D! (The poor guy.)
Two Star Wars Stories, two very different results. What made “Rogue One” such a success, while “Solo: A Star Wars Story” floundered at the box office? And what do these two movies tell us about the future of Star Wars films beyond the Skywalker saga? Let’s dig in and find out!
Last week’s episode was all about Star Wars characters who didn’t live up to the hype. We flip the script and discuss the opposite this week: which Star Wars characters turned out *better* than advertised, or don’t get enough love from the fandom?