Believe it or not, dogs can't actually bark songs on their own. Meet them man who "trained" Volkswagen's dog choir to sing the Imperial March.
Gizmodo Meets FX Guru Dennis Muren
Gizmodo Australia had the chance to sit down with Dennis Muren, one of the founding team members of Industrial Light and Magic and eight-time Academy Award Winner, at Lucasfilm in San Francisco to talk about the special content available on the Star Wars Blu-ray releases.
Rick McCallum Talks About Star Wars Television
Entertainment Weekly follows up with George Lucas' right hand man, producer of the Star Wars prequels Rick McCallum, about the live-action Star Wars television show.
Books and Comics
Talking Comics John Jackson Miller
CBR sits down with comic book writer John Jackson Miller who ris returning to the world of Star Wars with a new mini-series Knights of the Old Republic: War, picking up where his monthly KOTOR series left off.
How Bioware wrote SWTOR
PC Gamer talks to Star Wars: The Old Republic lead writer Daniel Erickson to find out how Bioware undertook one of the biggest writing projects undertaken by a game studio
Books and Comics
The Force is with 'Origami Yoda's' creator
Author Tom Angleberger talks about how growing up as "the weirdest kid" and a Star Wars fan influenced the success of his books The Strange Case of Origami Yoda and Darth Paper Strikes Back.
'Her Universe' is Ashley Eckstein's battle cry
Ashley Eckstein, voice of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Jedi Ahsoka Tano, believes there is a stereotype built around girls who like sci-fi that's as thick and impervious as a brick wall. And it's finally starting to crumble.
BioWare Founders Talk Good and Evil in SWTOR
Mashable sits down with Greg Zeschuk and Ray Muzyka, Co-Founders of BioWare, to talk Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Warwick Davis previews SWTOR
Everyone's favorite Ewok discusses his love for Star Wars, his Jedi allegiance in Star Wars: The Old Republic and sends a message to the "Ewok haters" out there.
James Earl Jones on Darth Vader
Perhaps best known as the voice of Darth Vader, James Earl Jones didn't speak until the age of 5 due to extreme social anxiety caused by stuttering. Hear how the iconic actor got his part in the Star Wars saga.