Empire Producer Gary Kurtz Reflects On Where It All Went Wrong

This year is the 30th anniversary of “The Empire Strikes Back,” the “Star Wars” sequel that many fans consider the pinnacle moment in a franchise that has pulled in $16 billion in box office and merchandising. But 1980 was also the year that Kurtz and Lucas realized the Jedi universe wasn’t big enough for the […]

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The Last (but not quite, but almost last enough to take your $75) Tour To Endor

Watch along with Threepio as this historic attraction is blown up by Boba Fett during Celebration V’s Last Tour to Endor. Which would have been a really awesome send off… if the ride wasn’t still open until September 8th.

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David Prowse Banned From Lucasfilm Events?!

Looks like you’ll have to get your “David Prowse IS Darth Vader” autographs elsewhere… From PROWSE: It is with regret that I have been informed by my friends at C2 Ventures, Ben and Phillip, that I am not to be invited to C5 this year or any other Lucas Film associated events. After enquiring, the […]

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