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a metaphysical and omnipresent energy field possessing a “light side” driven by wisdom, nobility and justice and used by the Jedi, and a “dark side” used by the Sith and provoked by anger, fear and hatred. The first film in the series, Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), featured actors such as Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Carrie Fisher, Anthony Guinness, Anthony Guinness, Kenny Baker, Anthony Daniels, and Anthony Baker.
The first film in the series, Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), featured actors such as Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Alec Guinness, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Peter Mayhew and David Prowse. Although it encountered numerous difficulties during production, 20th Century Fox handled its distribution and it was released on May 25, 1977. It became a popular culture phenomenon and its influence has been recognized by numerous filmmakers.  Its success led Lucas to finance two more sequels, Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983), which completed the so-called “original trilogy” and featured actors such as Billy Dee Williams, Frank Oz, and Ian McDiarmid. The film was also released as a sequel to Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983).
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A spectacular series for Star Wars lovers if you are looking for something in documentary format to get you fully into the universe. In a total of eight half-hour episodes we can see all the details about the first non-cartoon Star Wars series. If you have already seen The Mandalorian, in the DISNEY GALLERY episodes on Disney+ you can see all the complementary information about the series.
In this animated series, besides knowing many details about those Clone Wars and serve as a perfect bridge before Revenge of the Sith, we will meet new characters like General Grievous who will later appear in the third part of the prequel, and to know a little more about Anakin Skywalker’s path to the dark side, his growing distrust with Obi-Wan Kenobi and, above all, a lot of action. Being an animated series, it focuses more on action and adventure than on character development, but it got very good reviews from fans.
I have a faint memory of an interview with George Lucas (which is a bit “where I said I say I say I say I say”) included in a VHS edition of ‘Star Wars’, back in the 90’s in which the creator of Star Wars said that his idea had always been to start in the middle of the story and then expand: prequels, sequels and so on.
Shortly after the premiere of ‘Star Wars’ in 1977, the big executives already saw that they had a vein in their hands and, in fact, they began to propose sequels, TV specials, comics (in fact Marvel inaugurated the so-called “Expanded Universe”), novels ….
Here it would be necessary to include ‘Star Wars Force of Destiny’, an anthology webseries that follows several of the female characters throughout the history of the galaxy. There are episodes that take place during ‘The Force Awakens’, others in the middle of the original trilogy…
In addition, this fandom dedicated to safeguarding the essence of Star Wars proposes different orders apart from the chronological (the canon) and the premiere. Of course, they only refer to the movies and are a way to see in a “coherent” way the Skywalker saga.
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“The Bad Batch,” an animated series belonging to the universe of the successful “Star Wars” space opera franchise, premiered today, when fans of the saga celebrate “Star Wars Day,” its first episode on the Disney+ streaming platform.
In “The Bad Batch,” the Clone Force 99, a group of five of these elite soldiers distinguished by their unique genetic mutations, embark on various missions across the galaxy as mercenaries, during which they decide to rebel against the purpose for which they were created.
Actor Dee Bradley Baker (“The Boxtrolls”), who lends his voice to all the characters in the leading band, shares the cast with Scotsman Ian McDiarmid, known for playing the fearsome Darth Sidious in the original films.
Also appearing in the series are Freddie Prinze Jr. (“I Know What They Did Last Summer”), Ming-Na Wen (“Mulan”), New Zealand’s Michelle Ang (“The Possession of Deborah Logan”), Archie Panjabi (“Origins”) and Benjamin Diskin (“Hey, Arnold!”), among others.