Vanity Fair blessed us this week with their traditional behind-the-scenes peek at The Rise of Skywalker by Lev Grossman, alongside some stunning photos courtesy of Annie Leibovitz. It took me a while to finish this up thanks to work, but … Continue reading Skywalker Rises in Vanity Fair
Hello, fellow Star Wars Fans! We are back here with another fresh round-up of the news from the past week in this all-in-one-recap of the best of the best from the Galaxy far-far away! This week on Clone Corridor is not something you want to miss as we touched on some
controversial topics, mysteries and even drawn some parallels between our favourite movies. Make sure to check it out below
The final chapter of Luke Skywalker’s arc strongly resonates with that of Frodo Baggins. Once you uncover that, the mirroring seemingly extends much further and gives us an interesting tale of heroic failures.
When Snoke fell in Episode VIII The Last Jedi quite a few fans were in an uproar. Snoke had been underused, they argued, complaining we knew too little of Snoke prior to his demise. A good reason to take a deeper and more general look at the Mystery Box of the unknown villain.
Star Wars releases have always been received critically either by the press or by the fans or by both but perhaps never more so than since the rise of social media. Yet almost all critics of Star Wars get it wrong … here is why. And here is also how it sheds a new light on one of The Last Jedi‘s most iconic scenes.
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve had a wonderful week! It was full of events and we will recap all of them here for you. On our Clone Corridor Page, we have been very productive and will share our most recent posts again here, in case you did not get the chance to read them!
CGI…a dreaded word to some Star Wars fans. A tool that has caused division in not just this fandom but many others too as more directors are leaning towards using CGI instead of practical effects. While many fans don’t like the idea of CGI, many also don’t realise how much in Star Wars is actually still practical effects (PE). While it might look like CGI, PE has just become really advanced! Both tools have been improved so much over the years that these days it is sometimes very difficult to differentiate between the two in a scene. But what about going back to old scenes of movies and enhancing or reimagining them completely through the use of CGI? In this post we will have a look at Continue reading “CGI in Star Wars: “Do or Do not””
It is one of the most iconic scenes of Return of the Jedi that seems to be there for comic relief only. But let’s take a closer look! Like so many other brief moments in Star Wars, the scene too deeply connects to the main themes of the Saga.
In our series Star Wars’ Forgotten Women we put a spotlight on female characters that have an interesting and worthwhile story-arc and part in Star Wars. This 8th instalment is about a character we first get to know as a young girl during The Clone Wars and later as an adult woman during the start of the Rebellion: Numa!
How to even start this article. On this sad day we have to say goodbye to not only one of the most iconic characters of the past few decades but an amazing actor, husband and friend to many. Peter Mayhew … Continue reading The Chewbacca Roars