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Here's the Best Thing To Come Out of Disney's Purchase of Lucasfilm So Far

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | December 16, 2013 | Comments ()


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The partnership between Disney and Lucasfilm not only means additional Star Wars films — up to one a year, we are to understand — it also means combining Star Wars with the massive intellectual properties of Disney. On the one hand, that sounds terrifying. On the other hand, the entire crew of Disney’s Frozen received T-Shirts with the below image emblazoned on it, so it may not be so bad, after all. It may be the one magical peanut-butter-and-chocolate combination to come out of the merger.

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Screw it, I say. Just replace Jar Jar Binks with Olaf the Snowman, and we’re in business!

(H/T Reddit)




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  • Pentadactyl

    Am holding back on being offended because I know woefully little about Star Wars. But, can someone explain to me why the female main characters of the movie are pushed to the background? Is there a good reason, other than let's straight substitute characters based on their gender, why Anna is not up in the front?

  • BiblioGlow

    There is no good reason. Even trying to match the Star Wars characters as close as
    possible to the poster, Anna should still be flanked by Kristoff
    (dashing, surly rogue/transportation/love interest with a furry, incomprehensible sidekick) and Hans (Prince/other love

    interest). Anna is the main character, the one who goes on the personal
    journey of self discovery, the one who saves the kingdom - the only
    thing Kristoff has in common with Luke is gender. Why wouldn't Anna be
    in the front as the protagonist? Also, why is the sisters' dad included but not the mom? They fulfill the exact same role and are basically the same character.
    I think the combination is delightful. But I have issues with the execution.

  • I think it's simply they were trying to riff off the original SW poster...substituting characters to their closest counterparts.

  • malcon pierce

    These were the Animation department Shirts. Deisned by the super talented Daniel Peixe (Animator) and Painted by the amazing Cory Loftis (Character Design Supervisor)

  • Wrestling Fan

    I haven't even seen the movie yet, but i REALLY want that shirt!

  • Tinkerville

    I hope they do the smart thing and start selling things like this, because dammit I'll buy them all.

    You can replace Jar Jar with a tub of lard and it would still be an improvement.

  • NateMan

    Try redbubble.com. You can find some amazing combinations of pop culture awesomeness on there.

    For Example:
    http://www.redbubble.com/peopl...

  • Tinkerville

    Is it too late to revise my Christmas list? I'll do it anyway.

  • NateMan

    I know. I've had to resist the urge to buy so very many things. And then I forgot all about it for Christmas. It makes me sad, and hopeful my wife remembered my excitement when I first found it.

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