Hello, friends! If you’ve had a quiet weekend so far and would like to quickly recap the best gems from the Star Wars World and get back to chilling, look no further! This week has brought us some very important news, analyses, Q&As, polls and discussions so make sure you have a look:
- 5 THINGS WE LEARNED FROM THE LAST JEDIDOCUMENTARY THE DIRECTOR AND THE JEDI – StarWars.com
- STAR WARS NITE, NEXT IN THE DISNEYLAND AFTER DARK SERIES, SET FOR MAY 3 – StarWars.com
- GET A SNEAK PEEK AT STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI BONUS FEATURES – StarWars.com
- IN THE LAST JEDI, REY’S JOURNEY IN THE MIRROR CAVE ECHOES A STAR WARS CYCLE – StarWars.com
- 8 THINGS WE LEARNED FROM STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI – THE VISUAL DICTIONARY – StarWars.com
- WHY THE LAST JEDI IS A POWERFUL FABLE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING – StarWars.com
- Mark Hamill: Luke’s Star Wars 9 Return Up To J.J. Abrams – ScreenRant
- “STAR WARS FORCES OF DESTINY” RETURNS MARCH 19TH ON DISNEY YOUTUBE AND MARCH 25TH ON DISNEY CHANNEL – StarWarsNet
- LUCAS MUSEUM OF NARRATIVE ART OFFICIALLY BREAKS GROUND. NEW CG RENDERS REVEALED! – StarWarsNet
- STAR WARS THE LAST JEDI: PRIME VIDEO FACEBOOK Q&A WITH RIAN JOHNSON – StarWarsNet
- THE RESISTANCE BROADCAST – SHOULD LUCASFILM EVEN MAKE ‘KENOBI: A STAR WARS STORY’? – StarWarsNet
- REVIEW: MARVEL’S STAR WARS: THRAWN #2 and DARTH VADER’S HUNT IN MARVEL’S STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #13 on the StarWarsNet!
The quiz this week will help you to choose a quote from ‘The Last Jedi’ that should be your comeback as it will be linked to personality choice questions that are in the quiz! Check it out and see if it got it right for you 😉
And, finally, to my (and most readers’) most favourite part – Fanart of the Week! Our Fanart of the week is the art of Poe Dameron. He is depicted in very dark colours and almost without light. The shadow cast on his face where he is turned indicates danger, dark times, and difficulty. A glimpse of the bright light behind his back indicates hope – something we do not often see but must believe in in order to come to where we believe we should be. It is called ‘While There’s Still Light’ and very much reflects our mood this week: that there is still some hope for humanity 🙂 It is by amazing Ashlee Casey whom you can follow on ArtStation!
~ Hope for the best