Exciting Star Wars News

Star Wars fans prepared to be thrilled.

The Force is getting a whole new lease of life in the shape of a brand new TV series.
Star Wars creator George Lucas has agreed to make 100 episodes, covering the years between prequel Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith and the first 1977 Star Wars movie.Series producer Rick McCullum told the Daily Mirror: “We’re very excited - we just got confirmation George Lucas has committed himself to writing the Star Wars TV series. “I guess this is the news all fans have been waiting to hear.But will any familiar faces be popping up in the TV shows? None of the films’ actors, from Ewan McGregor to Carrie Fisher, will be taking part. But Anthony Daniels, who played C3P0 will appear.Rick added: “It will all be new because the originals will all be too old. But we will be using Anthony as C3PO because there is such a thing as loyalty.”George waited nearly 20 years before making the prequel films which star Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman.In the last prequel we saw Anakin Skywalker go to the dark side to become Darth Vader and the TV series will concentrate on the rise of his evil empire.What we can’t tell you though is which side the series will be on…Looks like there’ll be another kind of war to decide that.

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