After their debut in Return of the Jedi, the teddy bear warriors known as the Ewoks got not only two live-action TV movies but also an animated series that aired alongside Star Wars: Droids on Saturday Mornings on ABC starting in 1985.
On a quest to protect a baby princess who will grow up to destroy the evil queen ravaging the kingdom, humble farmer and magician Willow Ufgood joins forces with cocky swordsman Madmartigan to take on magical creatures and evil soldiers.
Howard the Duck, if nothing else, had some massive musical talent behind the scenes as Thomas Dolby created all the songs for the movie’s band, The Cherry Bombs, and co-wrote the title track with George Clinton.
Another addition to Fargo Season 3, a Stalloneless Rambo moving forward at Millennium, a possible new director for Deadpool 2 and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Jamie Kennedy and Stu Stone revealed that Bob Saget is one of the baddest mofos on the planet with their 2006 rap song, “Rollin with Saget”
January seems to be living up to it’s reputation as a dump month this weekend as, combined, the three new movies are barely 30% fresh.
George Lucas offers up his vision of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the upcoming animated musical, Strange Magic.
This week there was a bunch of casting news, including the third member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Disney is rebooting one of their cult sci-fi movies, Dark Horse is adapting the insane original script to Star Wars and Lucasarts gets shutdown and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
When Disney, George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola and Michael Jackson combined, you get the 17 minute sci fi epic that is Captain EO.
Huge news rocked the nerdosphere today as Disney announced that they have purchased Lucasfilm from George Lucas for just over $4 billion, giving them complete control over the Star Wars and Indiana Jones properties.