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Book of Boba Fett Premiere- TWL Special – The Star Wars Report
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Book of Boba Fett Premiere- TWL Special – The Star Wars Report

http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.starwarsreport.com/wampaslair/Book_of_BobaFett_Premiere.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download The Book of Boba Fett has hit and like a fire rising from a sarlacc pit, it just blows us away! Karl gives his initial thoughts on this beginning of a mythical tale about the legendary Boba Fett! The Wampa’s Lair podcast is available on iTunes! Be sure to subscribe, rate and review! Email:         WampasLairPodcast@gmail.comFacebook:  facebook.com/WampasLairPodcastTwitter:      twitter.com/WampasLairiTunes:       WampasLairPodcast/itunesRSS FEED:   feeds.feedburner.com/wampaslair Author: Karl Laclair Please enable JavaScript to view the discussion by Sidelines. ...
Editorial: Will Grogu Be the Connective Thread of All ‘Mandalorian’ Spin-offs?
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Editorial: Will Grogu Be the Connective Thread of All ‘Mandalorian’ Spin-offs?

After two seasons of The Mandalorian and one of The Book of Boba Fett, Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau outdid themselves in Chapter 6, titled “From the Desert Comes a Stranger“, arguably the best live-action episode in the Star Wars franchise so far. Filoni, who directed the episode and co-wrote it alongside Favreau, crammed in there everything I love about Star Wars in one of the most memorable 45 minutes in the last few years of television. After the way Chapter 5 ended in The Book of Boba Fett, the writing for a Grogu cameo was all over the wall, and then there was a direct line pointing towards Luke Skywalker. But having Ahsoka there was something I never expected to see (which, in hindsight, was somewhat foolish, given Filoni was handling the episode, plus she had every reason to be th...
Out of the Shadows – SWBW #128
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Out of the Shadows – SWBW #128

On this episode of Star Wars Bookworms: Our full review of the High Republic novel Out of the Shadows Email: starwarsbookworms@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/starwarsbookworms Twitter: twitter.com/swbookworms Apple Podcasts Source link
Troy Kotsur, Who Invented the Tusken Raiders’ Sign Language, Won Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars
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Troy Kotsur, Who Invented the Tusken Raiders’ Sign Language, Won Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars

The 94th edition of the Academy Awards was held on Sunday night, and besides a few incidents during the ceremony, one of the highlights of the night was Troy Kotsur winning Best Supporting Actor for CODA. Kotsur, the first male deaf actor to win an acting Oscar, is a member of the Star Wars community too. He was the first deaf actor to appear in a Star Wars project when he played one of the Tuskens in Chapter 5 of The Mandalorian. He is also credited in Chapter 1 of The Book of Boba Fett as the creator of the Tusken Sign Language. Congratulations to him and the entire deaf community for this unprecedented win. Kotsur spoke to Daily Moth in early 2020 about his Star Wars fandom and why he decided to invent a brand-new language for the Tuskens. He said that he became a Star Wars fan when ...
The Theology of The Batman- TWL Special – The Star Wars Report
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The Theology of The Batman- TWL Special – The Star Wars Report

http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/http://www.starwarsreport.com/wampaslair/Theology_of_TheBatman.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download The Batman provides some wonderful insights, criticisms, and lessons for modern Christianity. Karl puts on his Masters of Theology hat to breakdown the theological impact of Matt Reeves’ masterpiece! Author: Karl Laclair Please enable JavaScript to view the discussion by Sidelines. Powered by Sidelines Source link