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Star Wars Insider

May 2019

Celebrating the greatest space adventure saga of all time, Star Wars Insider really gets the reader inside the worlds of Star Wars through interviews, behind-the-scenes exclusives and unrivalled access to the Lucasfilm archives. Each issue offers star interviews, ‘making of’ features and merchandise coverage, plus the unique ‘Blaster!’ section covering up-coming books, comics, action figures and other collectibles.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Titan Publishing Group
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8 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome...

This is where it all began: A massive spaceship rumbles overhead, pursued by an even bigger one; a droid duo bicker while a battle rages around them, and a princess records a desperate plea for help. On a distant world, a farm boy stares longingly towards twin suns setting over a distant horizon—and an audience of millions becomes enraptured by their story. For decades!My pulse quickens every time I sit down to watch Star Wars: A New Hope(1977), our primary focus in this issue of Star Wars Insider. But that’s nothing to do with nostalgia, or the weight of knowing where the story takes us in the sequels and prequels. It’s simply because the movie is such huge fun, and remains so, some 42 years (and countless viewings) later.…

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meet the contributors...

Gus Lopez @toysrgusGus created the first online archive of Star Wars collectibles in 1994, and has co-authored five books exploring the hobby. Jay Stobie @CaptStobieStarship fanatic and blogger Jay writes articles for StarWars.com and is searching for a way to reside full time in the Star Warsgalaxy. Tricia Barr @ fangirlcantinaTricia is the co-author of DK’s Ultimate Star Wars. She also wrote the acclaimed award-winning novel Wynde. Mark Newbold @ Prefect_timingA writer for U.K. sci-fi magazine StarburstandStar Trekmagazine, journalist Mark is a proud Honorary Friend of the 501st and Rebel Legion. Darren Scott @ darren_scottGrowing up loving all things science fictional, Darren has forged a career from writing about it wherever and whenever he can. Michael Kogge @…

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star wars insider

TITAN EDITORIAL Editor / Chris Cooper Managing Editor / Martin Eden Associate Editors / Tolly Maggs, Jake Devine Art Editor / Andrew Leung LUCASFILM Senior Editor / Brett Rector Art Director / Troy Alders Creative Director / Michael Siglain Asset Management / Tim Mapp, Erik Sanchez, Bryce Pinkos, Nicole LaCoursiere, Kelly Jensen, Shahana Alam Story Group / Pablo Hidalgo, Leland Chee, Matt Martin CONTRIBUTORS Tricia Barr, Natalie Clubb, Pat Jankiewicz, Michael Kogge, Gus Lopez, Mark Newbold, Darren Scott,Jay Stobie,Thomas Schuster, Dan Wallace, and Toby Weidmann SPECIAL THANKS TO Lucy Goldsmith, Erich Schoeneweiss at Random House, Holly McIntosh, Joseph Taraborrelli, Andrea Towers and Jim Nausedas at Marvel Comics, Lizzy Draeger, Tracy Cannobbio and Chris Argyropoulos at Lucasfilm TITAN MAGAZINES Production Controller /…

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may the 31st be with you!

It’s official: doors open at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at California’s Disneyland Resort on May 31, 2019, with the long-awaited attraction opening at Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort on August 29. The Disney Parks blog announced on March 7 that both will debut ahead of schedule, as interest has been so high from guests eager to experience the immersive Star Wars-themed land. To enable this early access, each Galaxy’s Edge will open in two phases: from day one, visitors will get a chance to board the Millennium Falcon and take the ship on a dangerous mission in the intense “Smuggler’s Run” attraction. Phase two, launching later in the year, will see the awe-inspiring “Rise of the Resistance” ride take flight, in what has been described as one of the…

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porg patrol

Following on from such immersive experiences as Trials on Tatooine and Secrets of the Empire, ILMxLAB’s long-awaited Project Porg breaks out of VR installations so you can enjoy Star Wars mixed reality in the comfort of your own home. Lucasfilm’s in-house innovators have collaborated with Magic Leap, utilizing the tech company’s advanced Magic Leap One mixed-reality headset (known as Lightwear) that layers computer-generated imagery and hi-fidelity audio over real-world environments. Thanks to the unit’s superpowered processor and numerous sensors, the result is the most realistic virtual pet any Star Wars fan could ask for—your very own porg.Insider spoke to Susan Greenhow, the project producer at ILMxLAB, to find out more. Star Wars Insider: What sparked the initial idea for Project Porg? Susan Greenhow: ILMxLAB had been…

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the empire tunes up

If John William’s “Imperial March” makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end, then imagine the prospect of hearing it played by a live orchestra as Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) is projected on a vast, high-definition movie screen.This September, the Star Wars saga returns to London’s Royal Albert Hall for five screenings of the classic movie, with John Williams’ iconic score performed live on stage for the first time in the U.K. by the acclaimed Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Dirk Brossé.“We were delighted to host the U.K. premiere of Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert last year,” said the Royal Albert Hall’s Artistic Director Lucy Noble, adding, “We’re ecstatic that Star Wars is coming back this year, with the most critically…

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