Hart of Dixie star Jaime King and her husband, Kyle Newman, took their Star Wars fandom to a whole new level Saturday with a baby shower dedicated to their shared favorite movie.
In addition to the party’s elaborate Star Wars cake, there were movie-themed pacifiers and a sign that read, “May the force be with baby Newman.” Check out a video of the cake below:
Star Wars Rebels, a one-hour animated pilot already in production at Lucasfilm, is scheduled to premiere in Fall 2014 on the Disney Channel before the new brand leaps to Disney XD for the ongoing series, according to Lucasfilm sources.
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May the 4th be with you! 10 things worth celebrating about that galaxy far, far away on 'Star Wars Day'
After 35 years, Star Wars casts an ever-growing pop-culture shadow. Though the anniversary of the release of the original Star Wars falls on May 25, devotees of that galaxy far, far away have designated May 4, as in “May the 4th Be With You,” as the official day to party like a drunken Ewok.
“The Dark Side of the Force can be a pathway to many abilities some consider to be…unnatural,” Chancellor Palpatine once said. He was talking about Darth Maul, right?
“Peace is a lie. There is only passion. Through passion, I gain strength. Through strength, I gain power. Through power, I gain victory. Through victory, my chains are broken. The Force shall free me.” -The Sith Code, as taught by Darth Bane ca. 990 BBY
Prepare to get Mauled: Chat live with 'Clone Wars' director Dave Filoni tonight about Darth Maul's return
Heeee’s baaaack! Darth Maul, the horned, tattooed Sith Lord who Obi-Wan Kenobi cut in half at the end of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace returns to that galaxy far, far away in “Brothers,” the first part of The Clone Wars’ season 4 finale airing tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET on Cartoon Network. But starting a whole half-hour earlier, at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m.
Okay, it’s official. Asajj Ventress is one of the most interesting characters that Galaxy Far, Far Away has ever given us. From her brutal, blood-soaked, yet ultimately redemptive appearances in the 2003-2007 line of Clone Wars comics to Nika Futterman’s portrayal on Dave Filoni’s better-all-the-time TV show, she’s been possibly the most scarred soul we’ve seen in Star Wars. She’s a hairless harpy with a heart. And “Bounty” showed her tremendous growth, as epitomized by that opening moral: “Who we are never changes. Who we think we are does.”
Thankfully none of the Nightsisters shouted “This is our land!” à la Braveheart or Avatar when General Grievous invaded their planet. But they easily could have. The episode title said it all: “Massacre.” This was a vision of death and desolation that we’ve almost never seen before from the Star Wars saga. This is a franchise where even the destruction of a whole world is quick and painless. Yes, when the Death Star fired upon Alderaan “millions of voices cried out,” but almost immediately they “were silenced.” Generally, I’m okay with that.
The fourth and final episode of writer Brent Friedman’s epic “Obi-Wan Undercover!” storyline was called “Crisis on Naboo.” It’s a title that certainly fits. Naboo has been exposed multiple times now as the most dangerous planet in the Galaxy—for both the events that have taken place there, and the übervillains who are its native sons, Palpatine and Jar Jar Binks.
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