Steele Wars : Star Wars Podcast

Star Wars

Arts, Performing Arts, Comedy, TV & Film

The Steele Wars podcast is undisputedly the most versatile & dynamic show in Star Wars media. Uniquely combining comedian Steele Saunders’ decade of stand up comedy experience, a lifetime love of Star Wars and a passion for podcasting that earned a “Best Comedy Podcast 2016” award from iTunes, Steele Wars is a hilarious, passionate & informative must download for Star Wars fans the world over. From insightful, yet lighthearted interviews with Star Wars cast and crew, talkback radio style listener call in shows, hilarious Star Wars event audio blog podcasts and laugh a minute live panel podcasts at some of the world’s most prestigious comedy festivals, Steele presents the Star Wars franchise in a style that is accessible and entertaining to both the casual fan and the hardcore connoisseur.

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May 4th, 2017

Episode 314 of 342 episodes

Hey as a littleMay The 4th bonus here's the full classic episode of my really fun interview with film critic legend Leonard Maltin. Enjoy! Ep 064 : Leonard Maltin – The Legendary Film Critic Talks Star Wars & Those George Lucas Interviews Leonard Maltin is one of the best-known names in film criticism through his long running film book guides and from his work on Entertainment Tonight. But for Star Wars fans, he’s the guy who interviewed George Lucas for the 1995 VHS box set release of the original trilogy whilst he was in the very early stages of preparing for the prequels. In a 50 minute chat we discuss… Was Star Wars ripped off at the Oscars? His favorite things about Skywalker Ranch. Behind the scenes stories of his iconic interviews with George Lucas for the Star Wars VHS box set. As a film historian how does he feel about the special editioning of Star Wars? Do the fans or the creator “own” Star Wars? Leonard tries to answer the question what is George Lucas like and why? Gives his thoughts on the original trilogy, the prequels and on the upcoming Star Wars episode 7 while speculating on who Max Von Sydow might be playing. And that time he watched George Lucas write a $170 million dollar cheque.

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