Fangirls Going Rogue: Star Wars Conversation from a Female POV
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Three fangirls, Tricia Barr, Teresa Delgado and Sarah Woloski, join forces to talk Star Wars from their own point of view. From fashion to fandom, characters to story, we discuss everything. #fangirlflail! We've migrated from RebelForce Radio.
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#37: The Great Rogue One Mystery
In this episode Fangirls Going Rogue interview Andrew Kishino, the voice of Saw Gerrera in The Clone Wars. But first, we dive into Rogue One and Star Wars Rebels news! The Force was calling to Sarah Woloski, then Tricia Barr, and finally Teresa Delgado as we all ended up with a Finn Her Universe Jacket from Hot Topic. It's only six months until Celebration, so we planned how to show them off together. Jyn Erso has a MOM, and she is in the movie. Dave Filoni is no longer supervising director of Star Wars Rebels, Star Wars Rebels episode writer reaches out to Tricia Barr on Twitter about mothers, sisters and storytelling. See tweets below. Forbes suggests Rogue One's box office will be the biggest mystery. We discuss. The next Star Wars Story has a writer according to Bob Iger. In this week's roll out for Rogue Friday, toy companies say they learned lessons from last year's #WheresRey campaign. The character discussion considers Ezra Bridger's fate in Star Wars Rebels. We are now on Google Play for Android users. As always reviews and rating are our life blood. Thanks for listening, and until next time: Yub yub! https://twitter.com/stevenmelching/status/780911817635696640 https://twitter.com/stevenmelching/status/780843239184011264 Related Links Collider article on Valene Kane's role as Lyra in Rogue One "Where are the Mothers and Daughters in Star Wars?" by The Wookiee Gunner Bob Iger discusses his expectations for Rogue One AV Club article on licensed toys lessons learned Check out Andrew Kishino's music here and