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Star Wars needs to stop asking the wrong questions

By James Luxford

Following Solo’s tepid box office performance, Lucasfilm should start looking forward to win back fans.

In defence of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

By Alex Flood

Is Indy’s fourth outing really as bad as everyone remembers?

Tales of Starlight and Rey: Asian storytelling in Star Wars

By Callum Costello

How iconic Asian filmmakers like Akira Kurosawa continue to inspire the Star Wars saga.

Is Margaret Thatcher responsible for Star Wars Day?

By Rob Trench

Exploring the unlikely origins and surprising evolution of a worldwide cultural phenomenon.

A collection of vintage Star Wars posters from around the world

By Little White Lies

Weird and wonderful artwork for George Lucas’ original saga.

Jabba the Hutt’s favourite disco song

By Cian Traynor

The untold story of the controversial Star Wars floor-filler by the people who wrote it.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

By Adam Woodward

Gareth Edwards opts for the slow burn over the whiz-bang in this Star Wars spin-off. The results are spectacular.

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Makin’ Wookie – A brief history of Star Wars porn parodies

By Justine Smith

George Lucas’ space saga was instrumental in kick-starting the X-rated spoof industry.

Gareth Edwards: The Last Detail

By David Jenkins

Inside the hyper-charged mind of the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story director.

LWLies 67: Rogue One – A Star Wars colour-in edition

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Why Rogue One is 2016’s most important blockbuster

By Chris Haydon

Where The Force Awakens was a safe bet, Gareth Edwards’ Star Wars story has an even greater task on its hands.

Can intermissions ever positively impact the cinema going experience?

By Michael Dalton

This antiquated tradition could hold the key to ensuring the survival of smaller cinemas.

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