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Club Jade

Title: Club Jade
Category: Blogs
Listing added: Jun 6, 2008
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Club Jade is a group of (mostly) female fans who love Star Wars and other things of that nature. So we blog about them.
Official Lucasfilm Licensee: No
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Latest Blog Posts:

Please take this bushel of Rogue One links
Rogue One is all over the place, so let’s mop this up before more comes along. Above, the Rogue One VHS commercial by Damien Kazan. → Gareth Edwards shares some (ancient) Jedha history, about how the city got it’s high density of kyber crystals. → Entertainment Weekly’s final infodump on all the scenes that weren’t, […]

The Last Jedi rumor (and news) roundup: Phasma, walkers and planets, oh my!
Time to catch up with all The Last Jedi rumors that have been flying about recently. Our first batch is from Making Star Wars, which hints at Captain Phasma’s new weapon (check out a fan art interpretation) and a new form of walker. Plus, Jason Ward is tweeting about the look of things in general: […]

Win the new Jeffrey Brown Star Wars Coloring Book!
Want to get your hands on a copy of the newest Star Wars coloring book, Darth Vader and Family, featuring the art of Jeffrey Brown? Thanks to our friends at Chronicle Books, we’re giving away one copy to a random winner. This adult coloring book has carefully translated the artwork from Jeffrey Brown’s bestselling Darth […]

Star Wars out this week: Life Debt in paperback
The mass market paperback edition of Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath: Life Debt drops Tuesday. I gave it a B back when the hardcover came out. Rogue One is out in digital now; next Tuesday brings the Blu-ray and DVD versions, plus a new Star Wars Visual Encyclopedia.

Link: Ian Kenny joins Han Solo standalone, Variety reports
Rumor: Ian Kenny joins Han Solo standalone. He’s a relative newcomer who’s apparently known for the Irish film Sing Street. Yes, he has red hair, but he’s young enough that I feel confident saying he’s probably not playing Clone Wars veteran Brendol Hux.

Rebels Recon: Zero Hour
It’s another super-sized Rebels Recon for ‘Zero Hour.’ Andi chats about the episode with Carrie Beck, Dave Filoni, Joel Aron, Kilian Plunkett, Keith Kellogg, Henry Gilroy and Pablo Hidalgo. (Pablo is also back to answer a ‘Twin Suns’ question.)

Link: Celebration Orlando stage schedules
The stage schedules for Celebration Orlando are up. There are still a few gaps, but it’s a good start to plan around.

Del Rey’s Celebration Orlando schedule, exclusives
Del Rey has announced their Celebration Orlando activities, and they’ll have three panels. The biggest, which will feature what’s “in the works for 2017 and beyond” is Saturday at 1:00 p.m. and will have authors Chuck Wendig, Christie Golden, Timothy Zahn, and Delilah S. Dawson, plus Del Rey’s Elizabeth Schaefer. There’s also five University talks […]

Bob Iger: Han Solo film to span six years (and about that name thing…)
Disney CEO Bob Iger dropped a couple of things about the two Star Wars films in production – and those beyond. (The ever-vague “starting talks.”) He was most detailed on the Han Solo film. It will span 6 years – Alden Ehrenreich’s Han from the ages of 18 to 24 – and deal with him […]

Bodhi Rook started out in Rogue One as someone else entirely
In today’s Rogue One reveal, Riz Ahmed talks to Entertainment Weekly on how his character changed throughout the process, what was reshot, and his own ideas for Bodhi’s backstory. Meanwhile, Entertainment Tonight has Ahmed’s many audition tapes, which are a bonus feature on the home release.


Rating: 9.92/10 (12 ) Thanks for your vote.

Comment Author Gloink6767 / Jan 4, 2009
Club Jade is my first stop for Star Wars news. Also read a lot of the Star Wars fanfic there. Lots of great stuff.

Comment Author robertmackivie / May 9, 2009
Good one to highlight. updates often.

Comment Author wookiee_cookiee / Jun 2, 2009
Great site! I would recommend to anyone with a sense of humor.



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