Fresno, California 2020-11-22 18:30:31 –
The latest is the 45-minute LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special currently being streamed on Disney +.
The target here is a fan base raised to track events in galaxies far away.
“Star Wars” has become a legacy that is passed down from one generation to another, and now, thanks to Lego, to third-generation children who learn to love this franchise.
“Star Wars is one of my favorite movies,” said eight-year-old Hank Mustin. “And I like making Lego, so it’s mutually beneficial!”
The third grade victory is also the victory of Anthony Daniels, who brought C-3PO to life on many such projects.
In fact, he is the only performer to appear in all nine Star Wars films.
Daniels said small children are having a hard time making connections between the characters and the elderly who play the droids.
He says the kids are looking at him suspiciously, “I say’well, close my eyes’, and then I say’I’m C3PO Human Cyborg Relations’.”
Daniels said the children were always surprised to hear the voice.
The Holiday Special found the gang ready to celebrate Lifeday, but Ray is concerned that she hasn’t properly trained Finn to become a Jedi.
So she seeks a deeper knowledge of the Force through time travel.
This is a great excuse for specials that refer to decades of iconic characters and situations in a way that enthusiasts appreciate and the rest of us can still enjoy.
The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special is from Disney +, which is owned by the same parent company as ABC7.
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