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Update: Clone Wars S5 Trailer

First shown at Star Wars Weekends, Entertainment Weekly has posted the first extended look at The Clone Wars Season 5 Trailer. After viewing the stunning visuals, be sure to read their one-on-one with Dave Filoni to discover which favorite character will be returning and some of the new locales we can expect to visit this Fall!

Update: You can also watch it at StarWars.com

New Star Wars Game TBA Next Week

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Spike TV and Lucasfilm have announced today that there will be a top secret game revealed next week at the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo. A first look at this top secret project will be revealed on Thursday, May 31, as a part of the pre-E3 episode of Spike’s hit video game show “GTTV,” followed by the live world gameplay premiere of this new “Star Wars” franchise during the network’s “E3 All Access Live” primetime special on June 4 at 10:00 pm ET/7:00 pm PT.

For the full details, visit Spike.com

A Long Time Ago….

]Before Episode IV: A New Hope, before CGI and the “Special Editions” and before the prequels, there was simply Star Wars – a film that shaped a generation and from that point on, movies (and toys) have and would never be the same.

All of us here at Yakface wish a Happy 35th Anniversary to George Lucas, Lucasfilm Ltd. and all that is Star Wars.

Bonnie Burton Departs Lucasfilm

Bonnie Burton has posted via twitter confirming that she has been laid off from Lucasfilm as their Content Developer for Lucas Online and StarWars.com. She has been instrumental in establishing the Official Star Wars web presence as well has developing fun, family friendly crafts and educational tutorials and publications.

We at Yakface wish Bonnie the best of luck where ever she lands.

Maul Lives on in The Clone Wars This Spring

Followers of the Clone Wars series have known for months that Darth Maul was teased last season as brother of Savage Opress. With the return Episode I to theatres in 2012, Lucasfilm is cashing in on the obvious tie-in and is announcing that Maul will at last be revealing himself to the Jedi (again, and shirtless) in the Clone Wars in 2012. We don’t yet know how he managed to survive being defeated by Obi-Wan but one thing’s for sure, it will make for some interesting episodes. Head to USA Today and Entertainment Weekly for their exclusive reports on the news.

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