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Ion Cannon #270 blasts off.
HBO president Casey Bloys said Confederate was still slated, but the reason for the delay was the work on Star Wars being done by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss.
It's time for a nice drink, to holster our blasters, and to listen to episode 195 of Brews and Blasters.
It's time for episode 121 of Geeky Bubble (formerly Rebels Chat).
HughQuarshie appeared in The Phantom Menace playing Captain Panaka, and is the next guest announcement for Star Wars Fan Fun Day in Burnley on May 6th, 2019.
Episode 73.1 of Starships, Sabers and Scoundrels has arrived.
Skytalkers - join Charlotte Errity and Caitlin Plesher as they talk about pressing and existing topics in the Star Wars universe.
Galactic War Report returns with episode 141.
Grab a torch and a very big stick and head into the Wampa's Lair for episode 320.
Join Dominic, Ben, and Chris discuss the latest Star Wars news on The Star Wars Underworld Podcast.
Episode 98 of Wookiee Radio roars to life.
Join Dan and co for episode 164 of Coffee With Kenobi.
Rob Bredow from ILM shares some hidden designs in the Holochess scene from Solo: A Star Wars Story that never made the original films.
Three new Star Wars Galactic Moments cards are available from Topps, as part of their countdown to Episode IX (week 8).
New linen silver Rey boot joins the Po-Zu line-up.
ILM won 6 awards at the 17th Annual VES Awards last night.
Play Star Wars With Friends at Celebration Chicago and help support Rancho Obi-Wan.
Galactic War Report returns with episode 140.
ILMxLAB share the news that the AR experience Star Wars: Project Porg will be hatching soon.
The Darth Vader and Son author talks to StarWars.com about his new book, Rey and Pals, told in his uniquely adorable style.
Fantasy Flight Games preview the Ships in the Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack for X-Wing.
Grab a flagon of your favourite brew for episode 264 of the Cantina Cast.
Ryan and Daniel are back with the latest episode of the Forcecast.
Episode 73 of Starships, Sabers and Scoundrels has arrived.
After four series, Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s comedy Catastrophe is coming to an end, and the last episode will feature an emotional tribute to the late Carrie Fisher.