The Resistance Broadcast – Episode 63 – Stay on Target!

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On this episode of The Resistance Broadcast, we talk about: Carrie Fisher will be in Episode IX; 40th Anniversary Star Wars Stories Book: From A Certain Point of View; Mark Hamill Makes Voice Cameo in Recent BLR Video for “The Force Awakens” as Han Solo; The Last Jedi – Dubrovnik Location Name Revealed? Planet? City? Who knows!! The Last Jedi – Details on Benecio’s Character? Colin Trevorrow Finishes Draft on Episode IX; Rogue One Home Release Review; Celebration Orlando Predictions and More.



Host: Ganon136
Guests: Pomojema, Bill Sheehy








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4 thoughts on “The Resistance Broadcast – Episode 63 – Stay on Target!

  • April 11, 2017 at 8:33 am

    I am opposed to X-XII but if they absolutely have to make it then I would hope they take the best ideas of the PT/OT then create something entirely original.

    • April 11, 2017 at 8:35 am

      Thing is that the reason TPM and TFA were huge cash cows was due to the fact that NO ONE expected Episode I and Episode VII to ever get made, So there was a massive curiosity factor there adding to nostalgia from decades of speculation so I don’t think another trilogy will do as well if it’s announced in advance like this.

      Plus the PT was basically the OT’s backstory and the ST’s it’s future, I think it will just feel like filler no matter how long they wait to do it.

      • April 11, 2017 at 11:08 pm

        I think if Disney can bring themselves to wait about 10-15 years after 9, it could be good. But I do kinda like the idea of a complete reboot.

        • April 12, 2017 at 2:06 am

          Ugh, no reboots. The Star Wars canon is expansive enough that no reboots are necessary.

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