I will update the original post as new dates and titles are announced. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
July 21, 2020
Doctor Aphra: An Audiobook Original
July 28, 2020
Star Wars: Dark Legends
William Shakespeare’s The Merry Rise of Skywalker: Star Wars Part the Ninth
August 4, 2020
Poe Dameron: Free Fall
September 1, 2020
Thrawn Ascendancy: Chaos Rising (Book I)
September 29, 2020
The Art of The Mandalorian
October 2, 2020
Star Wars: Squadrons
October 20, 2020
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
Star Wars: The Lightsaber Collection
The Mandalorian (season 2)
December 1, 2020
The Mandalorian (original novel)
January 5, 2021
The High Republic: Light of the Jedi
The High Republic: A Test of Courage
February 2, 2021
The High Republic: Into the Dark
The Mandalorian: The Ultimate Visual Guide
Cassian Andor series
untitled Leslye Headland series
untitled Taika Waititi Star Wars movie
I had mixed feelings about the prequels for a long time. I’ve warmed up to them over the years so I decided to finally watch this documentary. I enjoyed it very much, despite not agreeing with every point they made. I think it’s pretty good and I recommend anyone curious to check it out.
Be sure to be there. 30 minutes before the presentation, we will play a medley of Star Wars orchestrations, followed by the Star Wars trailers for this supercut, and lastly, a new announcement with a special trailer for all of our attendees. All leading up to an encore presentation of the Revenge of the Sith 4-Hour Supercut, which be live-streamed on Twitch July 4th at 3pm EST.
Revenge of the Sith
I know it isn’t a new concept. I’ve seen threads about it here and commented on them. Just thought I would post that someone else has created one and they are putting it up on Twitch in case anyone wanted to check out their take on it.
I was browsing Facebook and saw this. It’s a 4-hour cut putting together RotS and the end of The Cone Wars animated series. I missed the first presentation, but there is an encore showing this Saturday, July 4th on Twitch. The description says a link will be posted the day of.
The Star Wars video game output has been pitiful for a long time. It’s the only aspect of Star Wars I’ve truly been disappointed in.
Here’s my list:
“The very concept of objective truth is fading out of the world. Lies will pass into history.” George Orwell
Wow! Nice work on the spreadsheet guide, Rodney-2187.
Some impressive effort has gone into this, you’ve obviously been hard it at 👍
Thanks! It’s been a lot of fun so far, and I’m learning a lot. I hope people find it useful. As always, any information is most welcome.
Just my own anecdotal opinion, but I’d say the percentage of the general movie watching population that even knows about the changes is low. I’d even go further to say the percentage of actual Star Wars fans that care about the changes is also low. The unaltered originals are not commercially available. George’s version is in 4K UHD and streaming digitally. I’m sure he feels history has successfully been rewritten.
I just wanted to post some nice things about George without starting a new thread, so I found this one. I agree with everything in the Revisionist thread, and I think that collection of information is extremely important to maintain, but I still love Star Wars and appreciate Lucas for creating the sandbox. I’ve thought about starting a thread similar to the Revisionist thread to highlight some of the good things he’s actually done, but I’m not sure I’m knowledgeable enough to properly author it, or if there would be any interest in such a thing.
World necrobump record? 😮
I’ve never won anything before!
I still love George Lucas. He created one of my favorite things of all time. No, he didn’t do it all alone, but without him none of this would be here. I don’t agree with everything he’s said and done, but I feel the good vastly outweighs the negative. It’s very easy to lose perspective by focusing on an aspect you don’t like, but when I back up and look at everything, I’m just so happy and appreciative that George Lucas made Star Wars.
1.Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
2.Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
3.Star Trek 2009
5.Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary
6.Star Trek: The Motion Picture
7.Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
8.Star Trek: Insurrection
9.Star Trek: Generations
10.Star Trek: Nemesis
11.Star Trek: First Contact
12.Star Trek Beyond
13.Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
14.Star Trek Into Darkness
15.Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
2.Deep Space Nine
3.The Next Generation
4.The Originals Series
The new Lego sets mention the game on the packaging, but a few, like the Razor Crest, advertise a code that unlocks that particular vehicle.
Omnibus Special Edition - Flying Solo
I added this one and another Omnibus episode I found while searching. Thanks!
Science of Star Wars - Man and Machine
Science of Star Wars - Space Cowboys
Science of Star Wars War - Weapons and the Force
“Man and Machine” was already on the list. I added “Space Cowboys” and “War, Weaponry and the Force.” I originally thought it was one documentary with three segments, but they appear to have been presented as three individual episodes. Also added links to all three.
why you seperate the " a long time ago in a galaxy far,far away… " from STAR WARS and double the youtube,vimeo,amazone prime and ot forum column?
The top portion is mainly for documentaries and special features included with different releases of the movies. The bottom is for documentaries that primarily aired on television or were released separately. I didn’t feel the need to continue columns for certain media releases since nothing in the bottom portion will be in those columns.
maybe on dvd?
i don´t know i´ve got this…😕
I’ve searched for it a few times. I’ve only found the book I mentioned a few posts ago. Let me know if you find anything else.
Star Wars 1978 BBC Arena Cinema
always a short part from 6min.
mine is over 40min…
Arena: The Force is With Us? is already listed on the spreadsheet. This is the page it links to: https://www.bbc.co.uk/archive/arena-the-force-is-within-us/z4gq92p
The link you posted above leads to the same 6:33 long video.
Here is an entry for the episode on imdb:
(season 3, episode 16 - aired January 1978)
I haven’t found a link to view the entire episode. If you have one, please share.
My posts from the other thread:
Yes! I want it!
“The galaxy is yours with LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga! Play through all nine Star Wars™ saga films in a brand-new LEGO video game unlike any other. Experience fun-filled adventures, whimsical humor, and the freedom to fully immerse yourself in the LEGO Star Wars universe like never before.”
I hope they expand on it with Rogue One and Solo content. I could go for a little Clone Wars, Rebels and Resistance content as well. Heck, toss in The Mandalorian too. I only want it all.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will feature hundreds of playable characters — the most ever for a LEGO Star Wars game
For the first time in the series’ history, players can start the game at any point in the Star Wars timeline; fans can jump in with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, begin the original trilogy with Star Wars: A New Hope, or launch right into Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
“With the Skywalker saga coming to an end, we wanted to give fans the ultimate Star Wars video game experience with all the humor and charm that is uniquely LEGO,” said Douglas Reilly, vice president, Lucasfilm Games. “LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will bring to life all those Star Wars adventures remembered and undiscovered in an epic culmination of all nine saga films as fans celebrate the closing of this chapter in Star Wars.”
Built from ground up, new tech
New combat system, different types of attacks
Can fly around in space
Characters are voiced
Coruscant, Mustafar, Utapau
New force system
The New Lego Star Wars Is Impressive And Surprisingly Different
The camera is closer in and behind-the back, with the character pushed in much closer than usual, similar to how you’d view you the action and the character you’re controlling in a Gears of War game. The camera is controlled freely with the analog stick. This angle will also be used in the game’s levels. He noted how deftly kids work with free cameras in Minecraft and Fortnite, among others.
Combat now involves light attacks, heavy attacks and force moves, allowing for more complex fighting and button combos, a depth attempted in few Lego games other than the recent Lego Ninjago Movie adaptation.
Looks more like it is composed of Lego bricks than any other game I’ve seen in the franchise.
there will be five levels for each film and that the developers are trying to focus as much as possible on sections of the movies that weren’t turned into levels in previous Lego games.
You can stop doing one sidequest before finishing it, start another and the game will remember your progress in the other quests.
We were shown a basic side quest—one of apparently 500 set up for the game—involving translating for and then helping a Gonk droid. Also teased some more interesting types of activities in the open world: bounty hunter missions in which you go to a planet to seek a character hidden on another planet and “smuggler’s runs” where you pick up cargo and have to fly it from system to system without being caught by the Empire.