Latest Star Wars Stories
The Force is still going strong for George Lucas in the videogame world, despite lackluster reviews for the latest Star Wars movie, â€œThe Clone Wars.â€
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.
Experience the bigger picture down at your local cinema! There are some wicked movies out at the moment including: STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS This animated film is set between the end of the Attack of the Clones and The Revenge of the Sith.
These movies are playing at theaters in the Charleston area. Showtimes are listed in advertisements on page 6D. The Dark Knight (PG-13) HHH * Its difficult to separate the movie from its mystique.
Autodesk, a provider of 2D and 3D design software, has announced that Lucasfilm and Lucasfilm Animation have selected Autodesk Maya software to create the upcoming television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. These are the first animated Star Wars projects from Lucasfilm.
By Jeff Vice Deseret News OK, apparently I need to give at least a few readers a quick refresher course in what I like to call Movie Scheduling 101.
By Ellie Genower BACK in the mid-1970s, a young writer-director called George Lucas was struggling to get his grand space opera movie made.
By Hallie Woodward George Lucas has taken the Star Wars saga a step further. This new release is different from its predecessors and as a fan of all of the Star Wars movies, I couldn't wait to see it. But the result was disappointing.
Characters from the classic Star Wars films touched down in Swansea to mark the opening of new animated film The Clone Wars - the latest in the series.
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