Star Wars Episodes I-VI: Why Lucasfilm Should Commission New Novelizations

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*Spoiler Warning for Star Wars Episodes 1-6

Now that Disney has replaced the stories of the old Star Wars EU with new stories guided by the Lucasfilm Story Group , it would be fitting for Del Rey and Lucasfilm publishing to commission a series of movie novelizations that connect the greater Star Wars universe with the primary films. Novelizations provide the opportunity to expand a story, further exploring character feelings, thoughts, and motives.

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Films to See Blindly

Unexpected plot elements and twists are frequently spoiled for viewers before seeing a film or series, be it by word-of-mouth, by pop culture references in television and films, or by online articles and discussion. There are some films that have the most value when seen with no context at all. This is the case for  the films I have listed below. Some may even be so ingrained in pop culture that lacking any peripheral knowledge of them is nearly impossible. Nevertheless, here they are, with no description whatsoever:

  • Hot Fuzz
  • Eagle Eye
  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
  • Knowing
  • Gran Torino
  • World’s End
  • From Dusk ‘Til Dawn
  • Fight Club
  • Terminator
  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day
  • Predator
  • Alien
  • The Matrix
  • Reservoir Dogs

Jan. 27 in Grand Forks, Come See Sci-Fi Action Comedy “Lazer Team”

Carmike will host this screening only if enough tickets are sold by January 18. There are no TV Spots, so invite whoever you think might be interested. It’ll be fun. Reserve tickets here: https://www.tugg.com/go/5xeslv

Read this article to learn where this movie came from: https://lykmind.wordpress.com/2015/12/23/see-lazer-team-in-select-theaters-jan-27th/