It's simple math: most STAR WARS sucks.
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A look at the revisions made to THE HOBBIT to match it up with LORD OF THE RINGS.
This episode Devin is joined by Jeremy Smith, Jenna Busch and Peyton Reed to discuss the future of STAR WARS.
This shit's been in the cards a long while.
Nobody knows, but people are already speculating.
Disney swoops in, rescues STAR WARS from George Lucas. Devin prepares to hug a wookie.
This shit is crazy.
Seth Green's CGI ROBOT CHICKEN-lite show STAR WARS: DETOURS gets a trailer, while STAR WARS officially mashes up with CARS.
The producer doesn't think Indy has any more adventures in him.
STAR WARS was released 35 years ago today.
Where were you in '63? And '64? And '65? And '66? The lesser-known sequel to George Lucas' masterpiece spans four years of the turbulent 60s.
Bad breakups hurt, but sometimes they leave you stronger. And while it's easy to focus on the pain, you have to remember it only hurts so much because the good stuff was so damn good.
You were wrong all this time, fanboy.
Fox decides the audience for the 3D rerelease of THE PHANTOM MENACE is little kids.
Lucas grumbles about the fanboys and feeds yet another reporter that line of shit about making personal movies.
If the show were ever made, we know what it would probably be called.
How the STAR WARS prequels foretold NDAA and SOPA.
Phil doubles up for an entry which examines movie periodicals from the pre- and post-STAR WARS years.
Anakin who? Forget that midichlorinated jerk, let's focus on Darth Maul. He's still cool, right?
This sounds too stupid to be true, but also just stupid enough to be true.
George Lucas continues to be pathologically unable to just let these movies be.
The Tuskegee Airmen movie finally has a trailer.
The long delayed WWII movie takes another step towards release.
This weekend Amanda Lucas takes all of her Gungan-inspired training back into the MMA ring.
Wow, my fingers have never typed as fast as they did to capture the notes for this panel. But how could they stop when it was James Cameron, George Lucas, and Jeffrey Katzenberg discussing the past, present and future of the movies.
Is Uncle George preparing to escape to a galaxy far, far away?