British Star Wars journalist Mark Newbold thinks the past few years have been very strange for the fandom.
Journalist and author Bryan Young thinks Star Wars is everywhere, and if you are a fan of this franchise, you are a citizen of the world.
Alex Kane (who is a contributor to StarWars.com and many other publications), experienced that Star Wars is a universal language, a story, that unites us all.
Dutch Star Wars journalist Dennis Pellegrom interviewed more than 180 actors, crew members, etc. of Star Wars. He says, Star Wars is not the most popular franchise for the kids of the Netherlands, and the fandom was never been so divided.
Knights of the Old Republic still evokes feelings of nostalgia from fans, but relatively little is known about how the game itself had been made. Here’s our spoiler-free review about a new book on the topic.
If you’re not only interested in the opinion of the best-known actors, you can enjoy the book of interviews by Dennis Pellegrom.
We could think that Bothans are a species but the Creative Executive of Lucasfilm Story Group had an interesting statement on this. What do we even know about Bothans?
It is now official which of the Two Tubes brothers appeared in Solo: A Star Wars Story, after debuting in Rogue One.
One of the screenwriters of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Jon Kasdan just made a joke when we asked him about the true identity of Solo’s character named Tubes.
He played Chewbacca in a test shoot as well. Meet Attila Vajda, the Hungarian guy, who was a Wookiee in the latest Star Wars movie.