The Star Wars movies have always had elements of history… and they are getting more and more modern.Read more "The First Order, History, and the Evolution of a Galaxy"
On this more serious episode of the #holonetpodcast we discuss the changing in directors for the Han Solo film, the controversy surrounding Colin Trevvorow, and the news coming around Carrie Fisher’s autopsy, particularly with regards to mental health. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fitunes.apple.com%2Fus%2Fpodcast%2Fholonet-podcast%2Fid1245325068%3Fmt%3D2&h=ATNehdXWQCRieTvPYH6U6HNyJ3ZlawITg7o2WzcGNlxqaykREjW_wMzi3_1DI1kwJCEnDFrH_9CnUGY4lVP9Wg9li5mIF9hFA9y_hK7v3Vf5ibPWMfXkdVo8juydgKNQdiyAqWvPD8c Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and share with your friends.Read more "Holonet Podcast Episode 7"
The final word on what can be done with Leia in Episode IX.Read more "The Problem Of Leia"
This week we spoke with legendary Star Wars author John Jackson Miller. We hit on Count Vidian, Rae Sloane, his passion project (ComiChron.com), and what he wants his legacy to be. Plus more! Don’t forget to subscribe so you can get all the latest #holonetpodcast interviews and more…. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/holonet-podcast/id1245325068?mt=2Read more "HoloNet Interview With John Jackson Miller"
Good and evil in Star Wars seems clear cut… until you consider a character’s motivation.Read more "We May Have Been Wrong About Right In Star Wars"
The Holonet Podcast is now live on Patreon! We are asking for your support not to make money (we don’t make a Republic Credit off of the show), but to help make the show better for YOU! We are looking to make all shows available on iTunes, get equipment for higher quality audio, and more. […]Read more "Become a Patron for the #holonetpodcast"
“I like visual imagery, but I started out in pure film which is really a kinetic experience. So that’s where my focus is. That’s why I intend more of a kinship with silent films than more modern film.” –George Lucas, Empire Magazine, 1999 The prequel trilogy elicits strong feelings from admirers and detractors alike, but […]Read more "Worth a Thousand Words: How George Lucas Used Visual Composition to Tell the Story of Revenge of the Sith"