Bring the Force to Your Library With Gentle Giant’s Mandalorian Bookends

There’s a bounty on your library, and Boba Fett is here to collect.

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The Rare ‘Star Wars’ Trailer That Only Hardcore Fans Will Have Seen

Unless you’re a hardcore “Star Wars” fan, chances are you’ve never seen this particular trailer for “Revenge of the Jedi”.

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Get a Good Look at Rogue One’s Shoretroopers, Deathtroopers, and ACT-ATs

Deathtroopers, shoretroopers, and more featured from Rogue One are featured in the poster from Star Wars Celebration Europe.

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Kylo Ren on the Couch: A Clinical Psychologist Weighs in

People who grow up in chaos continue to create chaos. They strive for structure, but never really get it. They say, ‘Why can’t I have this structure? These normal’ things?’ It’s because they don’t know what normal is. Normal feels abnormal, but it’s that idealization of having some kind of structure that makes sense: Why are we here?

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Lucasfilm Almost Built a Giant Robot AT-AT for ‘The Empire Strikes Back’

Lucasfilm Almost Built a Giant Robot AT-AT for ‘The Empire Strikes Back’

Are you an Empire Strikes Back fan? Do you know how much work went into creating the battle scenes on planet Hoth? Watch this vintage video to find out!

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11 of the Funniest ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Memes

Love Star Wars? Like memes? So do we. Here’s a roundup of 11 of the funniest Star Wars: The Force Awakens memes we could find.

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Happy Birthday to George Lucas!

Lucas could have played it safe by sticking with comedy and drama, but instead chose to bank his critical and popular acclaim on a daring production: a space opera starring a cast of young unknowns. Inspired by an eclectic mix of interests from short serials like Buck Rogers to the mythological writings of scholar Joseph Campbell, 1977’s Star Wars seemed like a longshot, even for an established director, no less a young and hungry maverick from California.

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‘Star Wars’ Composer John Williams to Receive American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award

Williams’ storied career as the composer behind many of the greatest American films and television series of all time boasts more than 150 credits across seven decades. Whether epic in scale, jazz-infused, or intimate and personal, his music has helped define over half a century of the motion picture medium. Three of Williams’ scores landed on AFI’s 100 Years of Film Scores — a list of the 25 greatest American film scores of all time — including the unforgettable score to Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope (1977), which ranks #1. With five Academy Award® wins and 50 nominations in total, Williams holds the record for the most Oscar® nominations of any living person.

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