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Reeling from the recent cancellation of Star Wars: The Clone Wars? You may or may not be pleased to know that Disney/Lucasfilm just announced a new animated series in the massive sci-fi universe.
The totally improvised, seven-and-a-half minute filibuster from an episode of NBC’s Parks & Recreation last month, in which Patton Oswalt outlines his vision of Star Wars: Episode VII (with Marvel crossovers) could not possibly have been more perfect, could it? Well, yes, it could, actually…
In case you just hopped on the MMO bandwagon with the release of Star Wars: The Old Republic, it’s not a massively multiplayer party until the anthropomorphic animals arrive. The original EverQuest had the Vah Shir, World of Warcraft has Worgen and now Pandas, and The Old Republic has the Cathar, a race of intergalactic kitty people.
While there are some attempts at preserving them for future generations, the fact is most of the sets used in the Tunisian desert for the Star Wars films — either the classic or prequel trilogy — have fallen into disrepair. Something that New York photographer Rä di Martino has captured beautifully in these photos taken of what remains of what we know as Tatooine.