The Weekly ForceCast

Date recorded

April 18, 2007

Date released

April 20, 2007




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  • The ForceCast is featured in the Canton Repository newspaper.
  • Harrison Ford is now engaged to Calista Flockhart.
  • Yoda is in the lead of the United States Postal Service Star Wars stamp voting.
  • Illinois and Georgia malls will have 8 foot tall Yoda states to commemorate the 30th Anniversary.
  • George Lucas crashed his race car in the Pro Celebrity Grand Prix.
  • Many Star Wars celebrities were confirmed for Celebration IV.
  • Mark Hamill will be on the Bronx Bunny Show.
  • A Darth Vader hot air balloon was created by a Belgian Star Wars fan.
  • Topps will have a 30th Anniversary trading card series.
  • The Darth Revan fan's choice figure will be turning up in Wave 5 of the 30th Anniversary Collection.
  • Dan Curto reports on the latest Hasbro Q&A.

Star Wars Celebration Survival GuideEdit

  • Talk to people. Everyone there is a Star Wars fan so you already have some common ground. Don't be afraid to go up to celebrities and artists.

Indiana Jones NewsEdit

  • A working title for the upcoming movie is Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods.

Listener MailEdit

  • John from Kansas has two Star Wars tales. In the first one he allows his friend to buy the first ticket to Return of the Jedi and then does not get featured in his local newspaper because of it. The second features his chance meeting with Peter Mayhew in the bathroom.
  • Tara and Nicki send in a list entitled "You Know You're a Star Wars Fan When..."
  • Jason from Texas asksif the McQuarrie figures will be available outside of the United States.
  • Micah would like to know if the ForceCast will have a booth or any exclusive merchandise at Celebration IV.
  • Rick from Ohio says the while in Canton he stopped by the local Target in search of Jason and Pete. He says that he knows that they were there before him because most of the Star Wars figures were gone.



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