Leland Chee, who works with Lucasfilm’s story group, has been tweeting about changes to the way that Lucasfilm approaches Star Wars canon in the future. “Star Wars Canon is now determined by the Lucasfilm Story Group which [Pablo Hidalgo] and I are both a part of,” Chee tweeted on Sunday.
The story group, he explained, “has a hand in all facets of Star Wars storytelling, including movies, TV, games and publishing.” When asked what the change meant, he wrote that “a primary goal” was to ensure that there was no hierarchy between the movies and spinoff material, but instead one cohesive canon across the entire franchise, adding that “more so than ever, the canon field will serve us internally simply for classification rather than setting hierarchy.”
It’s about time. With all the books, comics, cartoons, etc., it was hard to determine what was the official Star Wars story outside of the movies. What does this mean for all the materials that have already been created though?
I laughed and then cringed that I might already be this person.
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I’ve been asked a few times how I was coming along with my list of 50 Things I’m Looking Forward to Doing with Xavier Carlos. I thought it was due for an update.
This movie won’t make a dime in the theaters but I’m just happy it exists.