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Star Wars Episode IX: Oscar Isaac on How the Movie Concludes Leia and Poe’s Story, and C-3PO’s Bigger Role

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Oscar Isaac confirms that among the unused footage of Carrie Fisher’s Leia that will be implemented into Star Wars: Episode IX are scenes he filmed with Fisher that were previously left on the cutting room floor for The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. It’s been known for a while that footage of Fisher would be included in the film, but now we know for certain that it will involve scenes of her acting alongside the major characters of Episode IX.

Spoiler Review – ‘Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow’ by E.K. Johnston Will Change Your Perspective on Amidala and Her Handmaidens

If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to read Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow by author E.K. Johnston (Ahsoka), then I strongly recommend you check it out at the earliest opportunity. The story details Padmé Amidala’s rise to prominence as a galactic senator, but the heart of this tale truly lies in the amazing women that she surrounded herself with on a regular basis. Fans of Padmé will love this story as Johnston masterfully highlights everything about the queen-turned-senator that makes her the galactic hero that her fans already know her to be. Those previously indifferent to the character may learn some new things about her and her entourage along the way that will change their perspective forever. Spoilers ahead…

Collider Jedi Council – Star Wars: Episode IX Will Complete the Skywalker Saga

On today’s Jedi Council, Kristian Harloff, Ken Napzok, and John Rocha discuss these topics and answer the following questions: Star Wars: Episode IX is definitely the end of the Skywalker saga, says Oscar Isaac; Star Wars: Episode IX leak teases a new clone army; Rare Star Wars concept art reveals terrifying early designs for Darth Vader; The facts (or lack thereof) behind Matt Smith’s reported involvement in Star Wars: Episode IX; The First Order just changed the course of history on Star Wars Resistance; Marvel’s Star Wars #62; Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to open May 31st in Disneyland and August 29th in Disney World; Twitter questions and more!

Hasbro Announces Winner of Black Series Fan Vote

The people have spoken and the results are in. Hasbro has once again been kind enough to allow fans to choose the next release in their Star Wars Black Series line. Ten finalists from The Empire Strikes Back were announced last week so that you could vote on which six-inch scale figure would be released in honor of the film’s 40th anniversary.

Review – Your Favorite Droids Return To A Familiar Desert Planet In ‘C-3PO Does Not Like Sand’ (PSST….. It takes place between The Last Jedi and Episode IX)

If you’ve been hoping for a Threepio and Artoo adventure set in the sequel trilogy era, I don’t think you’ve been alone. This duo is what got the grand Star Wars party started in 1977 aboard Tantive IV. One thing that’s seemed kind of odd to me about the latest films is we’ve yet to see Threepio and Artoo interact much onscreen. I don’t blame the filmmakers, as there’s certainly a lot of ground to cover with more prominent characters but I can’t say it’s something I haven’t noticed. I’ve heard other fans mention it, too, so C-3PO Does Not Like Sand! from author Caitlin Kennedy and artist Brian Kesinger ought to help tide a lot of droid fans over until Episode IX arrives in December. Oh, and BB-88 is along for the ride and it also takes place between The Last Jedi and Episode IX, so SPOILERS AHEAD….

Review – Grievous Is An Agent of Destruction in Marvel’s Age of Republic: General Grievous

“BURN” – The Clone War rages! The Jedi Order leads the armies of the Republic in battle against the endless Separatist droid legions. The Jedi may have finally met their match in the fearsome and merciless General Grievous! Countless Jedi have fallen to Grievous‘ blades but no matter how many Jedi he slaughters nothing can sate cyborg’s appetite for destruction…

Written by Jody Houser
Art by Luke Ross
Colors by Java Tartaglia

Review – A Sort-of Graduation In Han Solo: Imperial Cadet #5

Han Solo and his fellow cadets are in the midst of their first mission, but it’s not going the way they or the Empire hoped. This incredibly fun series by Robbie Thompson has come to an end. The galaxy’s favorite scoundrel is out of the academy and finding out he fled the oppression of Corellia and ended up in something far worse – the Empire. If you’re a fan of the character and Solo: A Star Wars Story, this series has served to add another layer to the rich history of Han Solo. SPOILERS AHEAD….

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