The first wave of exclusive merchandise that was meant for release at Star Wars Celebration is now available in the official online store. Now the Star Wars Celebration licensee exclusives from various official collectible creators have been revealed and are available while supplies last. They include some outstanding artwork from The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Mandalorian, a pair of sleek Garmin watches, and some detailed premium collectibles from the Galactic Empire. Read More »
Like so many other events this year, Star Wars Celebration 2020, which was supposed to take place in Anaheim, California, was canceled due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. While many thought we might be coming out of the other side of COVID-19 by now, the lackadaisical actions of our government and the sheer ignorance and stubbornness of the American population continues to keep us from getting back out into the world. And it’s all because some jerks don’t want to wear masks, even though Darth Vader and Boba Fett proved it’s one of the coolest things you can do.
Anyway, Star Wars Celebration is doing what they can to salvage this year by making the exclusive merchandise that would have been on sale at the convention available for all fans to buy online. The first wave of T-shirts, plush creatures, and other collectibles has been revealed, and it’s just some of the convention’s exclusive items that will be released throughout the rest of the year. Check out some of the Star Wars Celebration 2020 exclusives you can try to get your hands on below. Read More »
After hoping for the best, Lucasfilm has given into the inevitable. Star Wars Celebration 2020 is now canceled, and will return in 2022. Back in April, as the coronavirus was shutting down or delaying pretty much everything, Lucasfilm released a statement proclaiming that they were still hoping to hold this year’s Star Wars Celebration in August. For the sake of public safety, that’s no longer happening.
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Star Wars Celebration is still a few months away, but there’s a very good chance it won’t be happening. Many upcoming events – like San Diego Comic-Con – have already been canceled due to the coronavirus, and it seems very likely that the Star Wars Celebration will follow. For now, though, the celebration appears to still be on, as the organizers have sent out a message stating they’re “monitoring the situation.”
Meanwhile, a virtual Star Wars convention is coming on May 4 from Reedpop, the organization behind Star Wars Celebration.
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Star Wars Celebration, the world’s biggest Star Wars convention, has zeroed in on its next dates. After the last three events took Celebration to London, Orlando, and Chicago, the convention will return to Anaheim, California, and now the official dates for the 2020 convention have been revealed. Get those newly-unveiled dates below, and find out when you can purchase tickets and when hotel room blocks go on sale, too. Read More »
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, check out a video taking a look back at some of the best of Star Wars Celebration 2019 from Chicago. Plus, go behind the scenes of Saturday Night Live‘s outstanding sketch creating possible Game of Thrones spin-offs and prequels, and Zach Galifianakis goes undercover on Reddit, Twitter, and more. Read More »
Fans attending the Star Wars: Resistance panel at Star Wars Celebration were the first to get a sneak peak at the first episode of the second season.
Executive producers Justin Ridge, Athena Portillo, and Brandon Auman were joined by cast members Christopher Sean, Suzie McGrath, Scott Lawrence, Myrna Velasco, Donald Faison, and Bobby Moynihan. The early portion of the panel was devoted to the roots of the series, the look, and the timeline.
During the panel, cast members shared some thoughts on their character,s but also what it means to be a part of the Star Wars universe. With SNL alumni Bobby Moynihan being in the cast, it also meant a reference or two to Drunk Uncle.
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Creator/executive producer Dave Filoni joined Vanessa Marshall, Taylor Gray, and Tiya Sircar to discuss Star Wars Rebels during Star Wars Celebration. Naturally, major spoilers were discussed.
When Star Wars Rebels ended in March 2018, Ezra Bridger and Grand Admiral Thrawn vanished without a trace. While fans have speculated as to what might have happened, Filoni was tight-lipped during Saturday afternoon’s panel. While there was less dancing around other elements of the conclusion, what happened to Ezra is unlikely to be answered anytime soon, nor did we get any major announcement of a new animated series that picks up where Star Wars Rebels left off.
Filoni did however announce that The Art of Star Wars Rebels would be available this October. Here’s what else we learned.
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Fans attending Star Wars Celebration got a sneak peak of the new season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars with showrunner Dave Filoni and the cast on hand to share details.
While the announcement of the new season took place at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the fans in attendance at Star Wars Celebration were the first to see clips and a trailer of the new season. In addition to the introduction, the trailer especially had the audience standing on their feet. It was so popular that it was shown twice on screen. It’s very electrifying, to say the least.
Initially, Dave Filoni was joined by cast members Ashley Eckstein, Dee Bradley Baker, and Sam Witwer to discuss the new season. Later on, other cast members came out on the stage, including Matt Lanter, Catherine Taber, Tom Kane, Matthew Wood, and James Arnold Taylor.
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During Star Wars Celebration, author Timothy Zahn sat down on the Fan Stage to address his 30 years writing for Star Wars.
Star Wars Celebration celebrates everything about Star Wars from the films to the books to the droid builders and beyond. Timothy Zahn is a beloved author in the Star Wars universe. The Chicago native has authored 13 books, including this summer’s Thrawn: Treason.
Bria LaVorgna, a writer for StarWars.com, moderated the panel with the beloved Star Wars author. Zahn has signed two previous non-disclosure agreements and said that breaking them would result in giving up both the first born and dominant kidney. While it made for somewhat of an entertaining panel, it also meant him having to dance around answers when it comes to the upcoming book, Thrawn: Treason.
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