Bryan and Holly talk about all of the recent goings on in Star Wars and what they're excited to see at Star Wars Celebration, among other things.
During the development of then-titled, Revenge of the Sith, George Lucas and Lawrence Kasdan debated the use of death in Star Wars. Albert & Jonesy dive into the transcripts of those conversations to see which side they agree with! Interested in learning more about Cantina Cast Patreon? We invite you to visit https://cantinacast.com/patreon
In this episode, Michael J. Kasdan, a partner at Wiggin and Dana LLP, discusses his work as a lawyer in the Web3 space. Among other things, Kasdan discusses how intellectual property affects Web3 markets, including how Web3 companies are using their intellectual property rights in new and unexpected ways.This episode was hosted by Sidhant Raghuvanshi, an LLM student at UC Berkeley School of Law. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bryan and Holly are joined by past hosts Mike Pilot and Consetta Parker to celebrate 10 years of Full of Sith. They talk about where Star Wars was 10 years ago and where they think it's headed over the next ten years.
Holly and Bryan got together to talk about the Willow finale briefly and then the first three episodes of The Bad Batch's second season. They talked about the moral quandaries in each episode and how much they're loving the new animation.
With the premiere of "The Bad Batch", Bryan got a chance to sit down with a number of other podcasters to do roundtable interviews with the cast and crew. You'll hear from Brad Rau, Jennifer Corbett, Dee Bradley Baker, and Michelle Ang.
Bryan and Holly got together to celebrate what might arguably be the best Star Wars film of the modern era: The Last Jedi. They talk about some common complaints, but most importantly, they talk about what they love about the film and why, after five years, it's still a masterpiece.
Bryan and Holly reunite to talk about Willow, both its place in George Lucas's oeuvre, the impact of the original movie, and the new series. Bryan also had a chance to interview showrunner Jon Kasdan and a number of the cast and crew. Listen in!
Join us for a very special episode featuring Marc Thompson, the voice of many of your favorite Star Wars audio books and Mike Stackpole, the author of many of your favorite Star Wars books. Marc has recently undertaken recording the X-Wing books and he and Mike got to chat with Bryan about those stories, recording audio books, and writing those books in the first place.
In this episode of Rule the Galaxy, Joe is in the pilot's seat with special guests: Adam Bray, Scott Ryfun and Jimmy Mac Scott is Oprah and we all get Holiday Droids from Galaxy's Edge Is the High Republic David Pumpkins? Everyone is interested in Acolyte! We all trust what Filoni and Favreau are doing... Jimmy Mac said he and Jason have done thousands of episodes of Rebel Force Radio...He loved his trip to Star Wars Celebration Japan...has too many favorite interviews to just pick one... Will we see a de-aged Harrison Ford in future Star Wars media since we see him in Indiana Jones? Adam Bray will be doing book signings in Michigan go check him out...Ultimate Star Wars is re-released thru Easton Books and it looks awesome. Are the Jedi a negative in Star Wars story telling? Why do people want to see stories without them? Kasdan believes future Solo stories would be good on Disney+ George Lucas says the way to watch Star Wars is Episode 1-6 We cannot wait to hear Scott Ryfun's bathroom audio on RFR.
Allison Cimino of RockLove Jewelry joins Holly to talk about how she learned jewelry making, her journey into making licensed pieces, and what's coming up for the holidays and 2023.
TBryan had the distinct pleasure of having three separate conversations with Tony Gilroy, the showrunner of Andor, and about his writing process, originally for Script magazine. Here are the recordings of those conversations.
Tom Spina joins Holly to talk about Tom's thoughts on Andor, Disney Parks, and the many new goodies that are coming from Tom and his team at Regal Robot. They also discuss how Regal Robot helped Holly and her husband Brian bring their home cantina to life.
In this episode, Bryan got to speak with Corey Burton, the voice behind Cad Bane and Count Dooku on The Clone Wars. Burton appeared to speak for his new appearances in "Tales of the Jedi" and a transcribed version of this interview first appeared in Slashfilm.
Bryan and Holly get back together to talk about Holly's experience in the Hyperspace Lounge aboard the Disney Wish, and then they talk about episodes 4-8 of Andor, much to everyone's delight.
ryan sat down with New York Times Bestselling Star Wars authors Adam Christopher and Michael A. Stackpole and the three of them had a conversation about Star Wars and writing and writing Star Wars. Listen in!
Bryan and Holly vamp about everything Star Wars--from the Hyperspace Lounge on the Disney Wish and Andor to the need for a Therm Scissorpunch action figure at the 3.75 scale.
Holly and Bryan sith down with author Beth Revis to talk about her book Princess and the Scoundrel and the marriage of Han Solo. They also talk extensively about Ewoks, the Galactic Starcruiser, Leia's wedding dress, and that ring from The Last Jedi, among other things.
ryan and Holly sit down to react to the first three episodes of Andor, which blew their mind. But is it Star Wars? And then, Bryan got to interview three members of the cast: Adria Arjones, Kyle Soller, and Genevieve O'Reilly.
Bryan had the good fortune of sitting down to talk to Jim Cummings, the voice of Hondo Ohnaka on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels at Dragon Con this year. In it, he addresses the possibility of Hondo's return to live action and how our favorite pirate is doing.
Bryan and Holly met in person once again for a live recording of Full of Sith at Dragon Con in Atlanta. Together, they talked about the happenings and surprising things they'd learned at panels at the con as well as caught up on the rerelease of Rogue One in IMAX.
We are back to finish up the filmography of Lawrence Kasdan. His second half may not include the hits and critical successes of the first half, but we came into this episode hopeful. Listen to hear whether that hope was paid off or if Kasdan lost his fastball in his later works. As always let us know what we got wrong on Facebook, on Twitter, @PopcornAuteur, or email us at email@example.com. Show Notes/Sources: https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/darling-companion-2012 https://screenrant.com/tombstone-vs-wyatt-earp-movies-best-biopic/
Sam Witwer (Darth Maul) returns to Full of Sith to speak to Holly and Bryan about Darth Maul, all things Star Wars, and the new audio book he narrated - Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter.
Bryan and Holly gather to answer your email! Discussion ranges from characters in the Star Wars universe to creating one in for use in the Star Wars universe and all points in between, including brief thoughts on Star Wars: The Princess and the Scoundrel. Don't miss it!
Bryan and Holly were able to sit down to talk with Ken Cunningham and David Shayne, the director and writer of the new LEGO Star Wars special. They had a terrific conversation in advance of the new special hitting this Friday on Disney Plus.
Bryan and Holly gather to discuss all the latest Star Wars! They talk about Holly's different experiences on the Halcyon, the new book Star Wars: Padawan, the problem with armchair quarterbacking Hollywood, and more!
As a young screenwriter, Lawrence Kasdan saw the special effects magicians at Industrial Light & Magic bring his most spectacular acts of imagination to life. Over 40 years after his work on “The Empire Strikes Back” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” Kasdan returned to the world of ILM for “Light & Magic,” a six-part documentary series chronicling the biggest effects developments of the 20th century through the stories of the men and women responsible for them – most of all Kasdan's first employer, George Lucas. In this episode Kasdan talks about why he left fiction filmmaking behind for documentaries, how Lucas changed the movies forever, the mistakes Kasdan made on his own special effects extravaganza “Dreamcatcher,” and why “Top Gun: Maverick” made him excited about the movies again. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lawrence Kasdan is best known for his screenwriting credits in the Star Wars and Indiana Jones universe, but he's an accomplished filmmaker in his own right. In this episode, we start our exploration of Kasdan's filmography from Body Heat to Grand Canyon. As always let us know what we got wrong on Facebook, on Twitter, @PopcornAuteur, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Chris's Scene from Silverado: https://youtu.be/QxXbtzn-6PE Show Notes/Sources: https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/3250-the-big-chill-these-are-your-parents https://medium.com/@saramurphyme/why-you-no-longer-have-to-hate-the-big-chill-bd1419d9033d https://youtu.be/x9-0O8_obNc https://youtu.be/rhtF8lK0IWg https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/grand-canyon-1992 https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/the-accidental-tourist-1989 https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/the-big-chill-1983
We are joined by the Mandalorian himself, Pedro Pascal, who tells us what to expect on season 3 of the show. We also welcome in Star Wars royalty in the form of Lawrence Kasdan, who co-wrote The Empire Strikes Back, The Force Awakens, and Solo, and also directed the new Light & Magic docuseries on Disney+. Kasdan chats about his amazing career and getting the opportunity to look back at all the incredible Star Wars special effects over the years. Speaking of incredible, we share stories from our Comic-Con 2022 experience and talk to a cantina full of Star Wars cosplayers. This is the way. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we have the Tip-Off, talk about the Kasdan's trip to Spain and the Kasdan vs Fox rivalry. We also react to ESPN's QB Rankings and debate what they got right and wrong. The boys look back at our preseason MLB division and award predictions and reassess our thoughts a little more than halfway through the season. We reveal Weeks 5 and Week 6 of predictions and introduce a fun new Wacky Sport of the Week. We hope you stay healthy, enjoy the week, and enjoy the episode!Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA8nYJi8birs862J16C1EggMusic: www.bensound.comBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Bryan got to chat with Adam Christopher, author of Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith. They talked about the Rise of Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, Lando Calrissian, Ben Solo, Rey, and all points in between in this can't-miss conversation.
Natalie Holt, the composer behind the music of Obi-Wan Kenobi, joined Bryan on Full of Sith to talk about her work on the show, the way she approached the music, her inspirations, and everything else under the sun. Tune in for their reactions!
Bryan and Holly are joined by past-host and super-producer Mike Pilot to talk about the Obi-Wan Kenobi series in its entirety, from Reva and the Inquisitors to Leia and the Lars family and Darth Vader.
Bryan and Holly are joined by Ryan Call, live at Star Wars Celebration for the Star Wars trailer park. The trio bring listeners (and viewers, live) through a history of Star Wars trailers sure to please and thrill.
Holly and longtime friend of the show Tom Spina talk about surviving Star Wars Celebration Anaheim, and all the projects Tom Spina Designs and Regal Robot rolled out at the show, including the Max Rebo butt crack maquette.
Bryan and Holly talk about the first half of Star Wars Celebration, including Ahsoka, The Mandalorian, Attack of the Clones, Kenobi, Tales of the Jedi, and more!!
Bryan talks to Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano and host of the new Star Wars: Mindful Matters show, about her time as Ahsoka, the Galactic Starcruiser, Her Universe and more!
Episode 119 of the Live Authentically podcast features Mike Kasdan, an intellectual property lawyer, professor of NYU Law and the founder of Lawyering While Human, an organization dedicated to serving law firms and schools by providing mental health and wellness services. He is also on the leadership team for The Good Men Project, a media platform created to tell stories about men in those moments of truth that all of us can find ourselves in when we have to make tough decisions in life.Kasdan says he lives authentically by being intentional about being himself, no matter the situation he's in. Although, living intentionally is not always easy for him.“You'd think it'd come naturally, because, you know, being authentic is just being yourself. But I think you have to be pretty intentional about it. And I don't think I always lived authentically every day and I probably don't every day still. It's a work in progress,” Kasdan said.Kasdan reflects back on the time when he used to compartmentalize everything, instead of trying to share all parts of him always. He says he finally stopped compartmentalizing everything once he began paying attention to the Black Lives Matter movement a couple summers ago.“That movement of the world helped me merge my Good Men Project brain-side and my lawyer brain into one whole. And when I did that, I was like, ‘Wow, this is much better. I have much better energy.' It makes an incredibly huge difference,” Kasdan said.Kasdan particularly likes to talk about mental health and wellness, too, which he says he does a lot with Lawyering While Human. He's impassioned about that also because he deals with periods of acute depression himself. In fact, it was right after he took a medical leave for work for a few months last year that he decided to be fully transparent and open about why he had to take the leave. That's something that was not easy for him due to the stigma society puts on mental health. However, after sharing that with his coworkers, Kasdan says that gave him the energy to want to start Lawyering While Human on the side.“I think by being authentic, the fear that so many people have is, ‘Someone's going to criticize that part of me, or they're going to see me as less capable business-wise,” Kasdan said. “But I think there's a baseline level of capability you want to have in your business partners, but you also want to connect with people on a human level. And I think if we're connecting on a human level about these types of issues, those are really deep, real connections.”You can watch the full episode with Mike Kasdan on the Live Authentically podcast episode 119. To learn more about Kasdan, his projects and his passions, you can also follow him on Twitter, Instagram or visit his website.
Bryan and Holly are joined by friend of the show Ryan Call to talk about their upcoming panel at Star Wars Celebration, as well as favorite moments from Celebrations in years past.
Bryan and Holly talk about the new Kenobi trailer, May the Fourth happenings, and the intersections across the different Star Wars media for the Inquisitorious in this fun-filled episode.
In this episode, Bryan interviews Craig Miller, who was Lucasfilm's first head of fan relations and worked on publicity for A New Hope and took over for The Empire Strikes Back. He has a new book out called Star Wars Memories and he joined Bryan to talk about all of them.
What would happen if a random group of Hollywood actors at an '80s cocktail party decided to make a Western? We found out with listener Jim Batten's commission of "Silverado." On paper, this movie has it all. Lawrence Kasdan wrote and directed it. Kevin Costner, Danny Glover, Brian Dennehy, Rosanna Arquette, and Scott Glenn starred in it. And the soundtrack flew off shelves. But "Silverado" also includes a few interesting casting choices like Jeff Goldblum, John Cleese, Linda Hunt, and Kevin Kline. The good guys grin their way through a "Westworld"-like environment with "Game of Thrones"-level plot armor, and glass is breaking EVERYWHERE. In this episode, Big D finally gets his training montage, Ash wishes "Silverado" were a TV series, and Gene marvels at pearls of Western wisdom. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: email@example.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite
Bryan and Holly get together to answer your mail! They talk a lot about The Book of Boba Fett, the Halcyon, and the most inspirational characters in Star Wars.
Lawrence Kasdan's Dreamcatcher. It had the tools, it had the talent. So, what went wrong? That's a question the Losers attempt to answer in their latest movie episode. Grab a toothpick and join co-hosts Randall Colburn, Michael Roffman, Rachel Reeves, and I Blame Society writer-director Gillian W. Horvat as they revisit the curious Kasdan joint and meditate on a kind of blockbuster we just don't get anymore (and probably never will again).Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bryan and Holly talk about a lot of topics this week. They start with the new Galactic Pals show and associated merchandise. Then, talk turns to action figures. Then they preview Star Wars Celebration and then take a look at Celebrations past. It's a lot of fun until they discover a conspiracy of weasels.
To commemorate the release of the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Holly and Bryan reminisce about the state of Star Wars video games from the very beginning to the very latest videos games and all points in between.
Bryan and Holly took a trip on the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Halcyon and came back to report everything about it in this spoiler-filled episode. They talk about everything from the story and experience to the food and Holly's rabid love of Rodians.
Bryan and Holly talk about all the latest Star Wars news as Holly prepares to board the Galactic Starcruiser.