On this Episode of Collider Jedi Council:
Kristian Harloff, Tiffany Smith, Mark Reilly and Mark Ellis talk about the meaning behind the Star Wars spin-off movie title ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’, in depth discussion about the all-new Empire Magazine cover featuring the droid K-2SO, Felicity Jones chats about reshoots and her time as Jyn Erso on the set of ‘Rogue One’, Alan Tudyk gives fans more details about his K2 Imperial droid, Carrie Fisher has one of her best interviews “ever” at the Wizard World convention this past week, a look at Kristian Harloff’s upcoming interview with co-host of “The Star Wars Show’ — Andi Gutierrez, more on the story about Disney’s new patent involving REAL lightsabers?, some brief comments about the world of Star Wars comics, a look at the new ‘Rogue One’ story book covers, then it’s a special ‘Address the Council’ segment with Mr Sunday Movies, asking whether or not Disney and Lucasfilm should take a break after Episode IX’s release, the fan favorite segment ‘What’s the Deal with Canon’, your Twitter questions and much, much more on a new episode of Jedi Council!
Can’t wait to see the official subtitle to the next Star Wars movie plastered over awesome fanmade posters like the one shown above? Well, get ready for some bad news – lead actress Daisy Ridley has told a podcast that we won’t be learning what the subtitle is for a while.
The guys from JediTempleArchives got their hands on some really cool Rogue One toys from Hasbro. These toys are from the 3.75″ range of figures. We finally have some more attention to the alien creatures from the movie. Check them out…
In this week’s episode:
Andi and Peter preview this week’s Star Wars comics, a look at the all-new Empire magazine’s good and bad guys ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ covers, Trevor Noah, host of The Daily Show, stops by to talk Star Wars and shares some love for Episode I: The Phantom Menace, a visit to Shanghai Disneyland to check out their cool Star Wars stuff , a closer look at a custom LEGO AT-AT and much, much more on The Star Wars Show!
A couple of weeks ago, we started examining the stand out characters of the new Star Wars canon. After Rae Sloane, we are turning to the Light Side to shine a spotlight at our favorite cowboy Jedi turned Zatoichi – Kanan Jarrus.
Like Daniel Fleetwood, the family of the terminally-ill fan Neil Hanvey organized a successful social media campaign to let him see a Star Wars movie early. Sadly, he is no longer with us, as he passed one day after he saw Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (or at least an early cut, or scenes from the movie).