Though Disney has been doing it’s best to ignore and downplay the prequel Star Wars trilogy that all but killed the franchise dead at the turn of the century, not everyone is ready to let those characters go so easily.
This is evidenced by the following Star Wars fashion infographic that’s making the rounds on the internet this week. The three characters the infographic focuses on are Padme, Anakin and Obi-Wan, and nearly all their costumes are from Episodes 1-3. These fashion guides were created by Halloweencostumes.com, in order to help those who might be looking to go as prequel characters this holiday season. The Prequels Live!
Check them out below.
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The first shots of the Star Wars lego sets that are being released in conjunction with the new movie are here. And some of them look really awesome.
The Millennium Falcon, of course. And yes, Old Han and Old Chewie are included, also with Rey, Finn and BB-8.
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This is unfortunately not a real product. Yet.
Someone get on lobbying Starbucks.
The deluge of Star Wars news isn’t expected to get going for another couple of hours yet, when the D23 Expo kicks off in Anaheim. But ahead of the storm, we’ve got a fun new tidbit of more franchise crossover action. And this time, it’s a throwback.
Tom Baker, the man who spent nearly a decade as the 4th Doctor and then about three times that trying to shake it, has found his way into franchise cross over hood. Franchised Universe mash-ups! It’s not just for 21st century actors anymore!
The 81-year-old actor, who played the Fourth Doctor between 1974 and 1981, was attending the recent ‘Day of the Doctors’ convention in Slough.
As he signed his autograph, Baker reportedly told fans: “I’m going to be in this new Star Wars thing, you know?”
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I think we’ve got a really good concept going here for True Detective Season 3….
Looks like we’ve got a title for the next Star Trek movie. And if you were disappointed by Star Trek Into Darkness, there’s no evidence here that this one will be better, since the title once again attempts to insist that “Trek” is a verb.
We’ve featured the photography of Sacha Goldberger before, specifically his “Super Flemish” series, in which he asked the all important question of what Marvel and other Disney owned superheroes would have looked like if they were born in the 16th century.
Now he brings a new installment to this series, with his “Super Flemish: Family Portraits.”
Check out more of them below.
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