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The holiday season is hectic enough without the stress of having to scroll aimlessly through Netflix and Hulu and Amazon Prime every time you want to watch a movie. So we've done the curating for you, picking movies that will fit a variety of holiday scenarios, all currently available on streaming services. All you gotta do is press play!

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When building a prequel to A New Hope, the writers and producers of the Lucasfilm top brass had a lot of possible material to work with. In the old Star Wars canon, that time period was absolutely flush with exiled Jedi, daring heroes, and villains that never made it anywhere close to the big screen.

Eventually, they went with a set of heroes and villains that were either big screen mainstays or total newcomers, but new information suggests that might not have always been the case.

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"Every story has a beginning..." or so the Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace tagline goes. So it makes sense that while Marvel has its ongoing adaptation of Rogue One in the works, this winter it's also going to reveal how the partnership of Rebel officer Cassian Andor and ex-Imperial droid K-2SO came to be in a new comic.

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We know there were a lot of changes made to Rogue One, be that in the script phase, the shooting phase, or the edit phase. That means a pile of stuff ended up not making the final cut. The movie is finally out on DVD and Blu-ray this week, but there were no additional scenes there. So we've assembled every bit of information that we could find about what's missing.

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In the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story pinball table, a ragtag band of shiny silver balls attempt to simulate obtaining the plans to the Empire's planet-killing super-weapon. Will they survive to be featured in the Star Wars Episode IV pinball table?

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There's been plenty of talk about how the ending of Rogue One changed throughout production. Hell, you can see most of it in the trailers. But that wasn't the only thing that changed before the film hit theatres. The beginning was quite different, too.

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If you haven't seen the Star Wars Rebels animated series yet, let me give you a tip. It's probably the best narrative going around in the Star Wars universe since the Disney buyout, and that includes Rogue One and The Force Awakens. But if you're still on the fence, and you've seen Rogue One, here's the perfect introduction.

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It has been almost two weeks since the release of the latest Star Wars film, Rogue One, but much of the talk surrounding the movie is about characters from 40 years ago. Now, in an interview with The New York Times, several of Rogue One's most prominent contributors have given their accounts of the film's controversial decisions.

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The films we've as the best science fiction and genre films of 2016 are a very motley crew. This year we loved superheroes, animation, farting corpses, live action, talking animals, and more. These are films spanning different genres, disciplines, and themes, which experienced varied levels of success. Each is worthy of acknowledgment, though, so check out what we crowned the best of the best, and worst of the worst.

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The reviews for Rogue One are in, and they're near-universally positive -- including our own. Less the broad caper of The Force Awakens and more a ground-level exploration of some known Star Wars landmarks, the film delivers a careful balance of freshness and nostalgia -- but I don't believe it's flawless.