Comparing the films, they explore what the impact might be to tone, style, pacing, and look for Lucasfilm's Untitled Han Solo Star Wars Anthology Movie[insert tm mark as gag] to have changed directors.
John (@kessejunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) look at the changes George Lucas made to the Star Wars prequels with each release. We know he loves to tinker, and we know he loves to update, and we know that everyone can't stop talking about the updates to the original Star Wars trilogy that was first released 1977-1983.
But what about the changes he made to his Star Wars films first released from 1999-2005 and yet never saddled with the additional descriptor of "Special Edition"?
John (@kessejunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) are back as theoretical Star Wars casting directors for the Modern Day, this time tackling the immortal sequel The Empire Strikes Back. Who did they cast as your favorite role? Who would be destined to become an aphoristic Jedi Master? Most importantly to some, who's gonna play Boba Fett?
John (@kessejunkie) and Mike (@mumbles3k) are back together this week, and John has a question for Mike: has something special, and irreplaceable, been lost for film's technological innovation with George Lucas no longer helming the Star Wars films? Join them as they examine the changed nature of Star Wars now that Disney is in charge of the legendary film franchise, and what it could mean for the film industry as a whole.