Please turn off your cellphones and join us on Coruscant for some baby Jedi slaughtering fun and games in George Lucas’ swan song final film of the prequel era.
For our 36th Commentary, we make the jump to hyperspace…or, rather, 2005 for this fantastic flick starring Hayden Christensen, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, & Ian McDiarmid.
In this rollicking ep of war filled star talkin’, Fitz calls Doom a psycho and is, for once, TOTALLY UNJUSTIFIED, then they also jibba jabba about the movie and the dark history one of them has with it, so…let’s have fun gang?
Please turn off your cellphones and grab your lightsabers, cause we’re heading in to a Starry War!
For our 22nd commentary, we make the jump back to January & February of 2011 for a Trilogy of Clone Wars episodes starring James Arnold Taylor, Ashley Eckstein, Matt Lanter, and Sam Witwer.
We get HARDCORE nerdy with some deep Star Wars talk trying to figure out the meaning behind these incredibly esoteric episodes, what they mean for the larger universe, the reverberations on Star Wars Rebels, and so much more.
Please turn off your cellphones and join the fellas as they climb into a speeder and head back to that galaxy far far away!
For our 15th commentary, we make the jump back to 2002 for the 2nd Chapter in the Saga starring Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, & Ewan McGregor.
Fitz remembers controversies and experiences from the release, Doom complains about everything except Obi-Wan, they both swoon over Padmé, and they generally just gush about all of Star Wars…that’s rare, right?
In this episode, the fellas take another trip back to a time before The Nerd Blitz existed!
Originally posted as a bonus Episode on the Just Jump To The End feed and as the 9th installment of The TS-D/JA Productions Typecast, listen as we got experimental and artsy to talk about, what else, Star Wars!
We talk in depth about the Season 2 Finale of The Clone Wars in this special Episode originally released on April 20th 2015.
After a decade holding the title (beginning with The Clone Wars way back in ’08), Dave Filoni will no longer be credited as “Supervising Director” when Star Wars Rebels Season 3 premieres tonight.
What does this mean? My money is on Dave taking a smaller role on the Rebels production team so that he can focus on the upcoming NEW animated Star Wars series under development. There’s been no announcement as such yet, but it’s no secret that Dave Filoni is THE mastermind and GL heir apparent behind the success of Star Wars animation for going on 10 years now.
So with a new show in the works, there’s no way Filoni is not in charge of it.