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Actress Ashley Eckstein Launches Star Trek Apparel Line For Women New York, NY (PRWEB) June 28, 2012 For the first time in Star Trek’s 46-year history,
Her Universe founder, Ashley Eckstein, recognized the burgeoning force of female Doctor Who fans and the need to create unique apparel and merchandise just for them. Los
Female sci-fi fans, and those buying presents for the fangirl in their life, will find the perfect geeky gifts from Her Universe this holiday season. New York,
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By FRAZIER MOORE of The Associated Press Tough times! War rages on, with shrinking numbers of good guys left to fight for freedom and restore peace. And, all happening in a galaxy that definitely isn't close, close by.
The new animated U.S. television series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is to debut next month, Cartoon Network announced Tuesday. Episodes are to premiere Friday nights, starting Oct. 3, on Cartoon Network and Cartoon Network HD.
STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, the first weekly television series from Lucasfilm Animation, premieres on Cartoon Network Friday, October 3 at 9 p.m. (ET, PT) with a special one-hour presentation that anchors the Network's all-new night of fantasy, action and adventure.
By Ellie Genower BACK in the mid-70s, young writer/director George Lucas was struggling to get his grand space opera movie made. Disappointing box office returns for his films THX-38 and American Graffiti meant he didn't hold out much hope his saga would ever make it into cinemas.
Just when you thought George Lucas had milked his intergalactic cash cow dry with endless re-issues of the Star Wars saga on DVD, he executive produces this computer-animated adventure that slips neatly into the narrative divide between Attack Of The Clones and Revenge Of The Sith.
So here it is - George Lucas's next offering in the never-ending Star Wars series, giving the ever-ready worldwide audience an animated filler story that nestles neatly between the six films he's already given us.
- Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
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