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Mandalorian says “unexpected surprises and timelines” incoming

Mandalorian says “unexpected surprises and timelines” incoming

This week Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal answered a few questions about the future of Star Wars. Given the tail end of the Mandalorian Season 2, questions about the character's past were inevitable. According to Pascal, "as much as he says this is the way, that doesn't mean this is the only way."

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Leaked Star Wars set in question: Tatooine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor?

Leaked Star Wars set in question: Tatooine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor?

There's a bit of a fan battle going on right now in the leaked photo universe for Star Wars. Several sources captured photos of a relatively large set constructed in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, with a look that COULD be Tatooine in origin. It's that sort of sand, tan color, it's relatively short, and it looks like a little village. It could very easily be a "Mos Whatever" gathering of buildings - or it could be on a different planet entirely.

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Chevrolet teams up with Walt Disney World to unveil 2021 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV

Chevrolet teams up with Walt Disney World to unveil 2021 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV

Chevrolet is teaming up with Walt Disney World to unveil the American carmaker’s newest all-electric vehicles this Valentine’s day: The next-gen Bolt EV and all-new Bolt EUV. Since last week, Chevy’s been busy releasing teaser images of its newest electric vehicles, particularly the Bolt EUV at CES 2021. While the Bolt EV remains a compact hatchback, the Bolt EUV is a crossover featuring Cadillac’s Super Cruise autonomous driving technology.

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The Muppet Show on Disney+ at last, complete with The Stars of Star Wars

The Muppet Show on Disney+ at last, complete with The Stars of Star Wars

The Muppet Show is headed to Disney+, the Disney streaming video service, at last. Disney+ currently has a collection of Muppets shows and movies the likes of which cannot be found anywhere else. BUT! No "The Muppet Show" as such. Starting in February, that issue will be corrected.

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Once again, Star Wars 1313 isn’t quite quite dead yet

Once again, Star Wars 1313 isn’t quite quite dead yet

When the "final season" of Star Wars: The Clone Wars revealed Asohka Tano fall to a level of Coruscant deep below the surface, I crossed my fingers. Imagine my delight when the series delivered a key number: 1313. That's the level of the planet - the planet which is itself "one big city" made of levels upon levels of towns, communities, and everything in-between. That's the level that was to be the setting for an awesome video game that was ultimately scrapped.

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Hulu will get Disney’s Nomadland movie the same day as theaters

Hulu will get Disney’s Nomadland movie the same day as theaters

Nomadland, a drama that will hit some IMAX theaters later this month, will be available to stream on Hulu on the same day it gets its widespread premiere in theaters throughout the US. Though it hasn't taken as big of steps as Warner Bros when it comes to embracing streaming during the pandemic, this won't be the first time Disney has launched a movie on digital.

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Open world Star Wars game in the works at Ubisoft and Lucasfilm Games

Open world Star Wars game in the works at Ubisoft and Lucasfilm Games

Disney and Lucasfilm kicked off this week by announcing they were reviving the Lucasfilm Games brand and looking to work with a number of developers in creating games for Lucasfilm properties. The following day, we learned that Lucasfilm Games would be working with Wolfenstein developer Machine Games to create a new Indiana Jones game, with Bethesda's Todd Howard serving as executive producer on the title. It turns out the announcements aren't over yet, as Ubisoft and Lucasfilm Games have now announced a partnership of their own.

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Indiana Jones is Lucasfilm Games’ first major release

Indiana Jones is Lucasfilm Games’ first major release

Yesterday, Disney announced that it's reviving the Lucasfilm Games brand. From here on out, LucasArts will be known as Lucasfilm Games (which is the name LucasArts originally launched with way back in the 1980s), and the company will be collaborating with "the finest studios across the industry," according to Disney. Now we know who one of those collaborators is: Wolfenstein developer Machine Games, which is making a new Indiana Jones game.

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Lucasfilm and Disney revive Lucasfilm Games

Lucasfilm and Disney revive Lucasfilm Games

A number of gamers out there grew up playing games made by LucasArts, but before the gaming arm of LucasFilm was known as that, it was known as Lucasfilm Games. In fact, the company was known as Lucasfilm Games from 1982 to 1990, which is when it switched branding to LucasArts. Today, Disney and Lucasfilm announced that it'll be switching branding back to Lucasfilm Games, and with that switch apparently comes a renewed interest in gaming.

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New Star Wars timeline revealed with Bad Batch

New Star Wars timeline revealed with Bad Batch

Today we're taking a peek at the latest official timeline of Star Wars events as approved by Lucasfilm. This timeline appears in the new book A Test of Courage. In the timeline, we get a glimpse of where all the major movies and television shows rest, including one not yet confirmed before now. Star Wars: The Bad Batch, it seems, will take place in the age called "Reign of the Empire".

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Star Wars The High Republic first wave comic and book release dates

Star Wars The High Republic first wave comic and book release dates

Today we're taking a peek at the first wave of books released by LucasFilm, Disney, and the publishers and authors behind a variety of new stories. Star Wars The High Republic is an era of Star Wars that takes place before the Star Wars prequel movies - before The Phantom Menace - in the "Golden Age" of the Jedi, a time we've not yet explored.*

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Fortnite’s free Disney+ promo is about to end: How to claim it

Fortnite’s free Disney+ promo is about to end: How to claim it

If you've made a real-money purchase in Fortnite recently, you have the opportunity to get two months of Disney+ for free -- but the promotion is ending tomorrow, so you only have hours left to claim the offer before it disappears. The offer is open to players who have spent real money in the game from November 11 to December 31.

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