|The Weekly ForceCast|
November 29, 2006
December 1, 2006
- Congratualations go to all of the winners of the top ten at PodcastAlley.com contest.
- Rebelscum.com celebrates its 10th anniversary.
- Lorne Peterson will be appearing at an American Cinematech presentation of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
- Photos of the Jedi Training Academy in Disneyland begin to surface.
- The location of Celebration Europe has been changed to the ExCel in London.
- Two UK Jedi Knights start a campaign to have "Jedi" become a recognized religion.
- At StarWars.com there is information about free table space for fan organizations at CelebrationIV.
- The Star Wars Insider editor, Frank Parisi, post an article about what will be in issue #91.
- The "Star Wars Kid" video becomes the most watched viral video on the internet.
- Lucasfilms pursues another copyright violator.
- Ziddio.com is holding a contest that asks fans to join the Jedi Order by sending in a short video.
- IESB.net posts an interview with Sam Huntington from Fanboys.
Star Wars Celebration Survival GuideEdit
- Take a poster tube to keep all of your posters safe.
- Make sure you bring a pen and paper in case you see a celebrity walking around.
- StarWars.com posts a story about a Jabba the Hutt Micro Collection playset.
- The Rebelscum.com Fan's Choice Poll is down to its final round.
- Jason and Pete talk about the newest products from Hasbro, Sideshow, Gentle Giant, Mimoco, Kubrick, and Fathead.
- Lucasarts has announced that it will release its Best of PC Pack.
- Some new Star Wars Miniatures: Starship Battles figures have been announced.
Books and ComicsEdit
- The third book of the Legacy of the Force series, Tempest, is released.
- This week marks the release of the latest issue of Star Wars: Legacy and Knights of the Old Republic.
Jay Shepard's Intro to the EUEdit
- This week, Jay discusses the Rise of the Empire era of the Expanded Universe.
Expanded Universe Character of the WeekEdit
- Aayla Secura
Listener Mail SegmentEdit
- Jacob, Louis Secki, Doug from California, and Amanda from New Mexico send in their Star Wars tales.
- Bruce from Virginia, Nick from England, and Phil Cogan all send in some mail to the ForceCast.