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The Weekly ForceCast
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Date recorded

February 21, 2007

Date released

February 23, 2007

Duration

1:22:29

Link

Click Here

App exclusive?

No

Previous episode

Weekly ForceCast: February 16, 2007

Next episode

Weekly ForceCast: March 2, 2007



NewsEdit

  • John from Connecticut's Allegiance contest entry is used as an example of what they should be like.
  • Many new Star Wars celebrities are announced for Celebration IV including Carrie Fisher and Kenny Baker.
  • There is an article in the latest Game Informer magazine on The Force Unleashed.
  • George Lucas is being profiled in the USC Trojan Family Magazine.
  • There will be more coins in the Ultimate Galactic Hunt line of Hasbro figures.
  • A new lego maquette, Boba Fett, is availabe for pre order.
  • There is a rumor of what the remaining comic packs will be in the next wave.
  • Matthew Stover has a new novel coming out called Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor.
  • Starwars.com posts a vintage comercial of R2-D2 and C-3PO going into a Burger Chef.
  • There are rumors of Natalie Portman playing Indiana Jones' child in the next film.

Star Wars Celebration Survival GuideEdit

  • Go to an online travel agency to find the best prices. Also be sure to look into all of your transportation options and utilize all of the services that your hotel has to offer.

The CantinaEdit

  • The star of the One Man Star Wars Trilogy, Charlie Ross, joins Jason and Pete in the Cantina this week.

Listener Mail SegmentEdit

  • Star Wars Tales are sent in by Philip from Illinois, Jared from Clearwater, and Ila from Connecticut.
    • Jason reminisces about his Star Wars wallet that cheered him up on his first day of school.
  • James from Australia and Mica from California send in some regular listener feedback.

Edit

  • OfficialPix.com

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