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Collider Jedi Council: Are the Star Wars Old Republic Rumors Closer to Coming True?


On today’s Collider Jedi Council, Kristian Harloff, Ken Napzok, and Brian Volk-Weiss discuss these topics and answer the following questions: Star Wars rumor: Game of Thrones showrunners’ movie being shot this fall and will explore the Old Republic; The Disney/Fox merger is official. What does this mean going forward for Star Wars?; Star Wars: Episode IX: Oscar Isaac speaks about how the movie concludes the Leia and Poe story and offers a bigger role to C-3PO; Padmé’s new novel from E.K. Johnston reveals Padmé’s life as she transitions from Queen to Senator of Naboo but does not offer much new facts to the canon. Is that a good thing?; A Star Wars musical is opening off Broadway on March 20. Creator Tom D’Angora reveals the plot and how fans will have the opportunity to contribute to rewrites—plus exclusive photos; The panel previews Star Wars #63; Ken Napzok has a Star Wars book; Twitter questions and more!





Collider Jedi Council airs on Collider Video’s YouTube channel live on Thursdays.


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