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EP Daily Rundown – October 8, 2015
Today in the Rundown, Vic and Scott replicate the latest details on Blade Runner 2, and discuss the lack of single player in Rainbow Six Siege.
Toy Table: POP! Vinyl Star Wars Figures
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is almost here, so Vic takes a look at two adorable POP! Vinyl figures based on the new villains in the film.
Star Wars Memories: Doug Jones
Abe Sapien himself Doug Jones remembers seeing the original Star Wars movie when it first came out in 1977, and it's today's Star Wars Memory.
Behind the Scenes of Steve Jobs
Hollywood is attempting another biopic about late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, and this one has some Oscar-caliber talent behind it. We've got a closer look with the cast and crew.
Star Wars Memories: Sean Murray
No Man's Sky is one of the most anticipated sci-fi games in recent memory, and creator Sean Murray was heavily influenced by Star Wars.
Star Wars Memories: Craig Duncan
Rare studio head Craig Duncan's favorite Star Wars Memory is from The Phantom Menace, but we'll try not to hold that against him.
Star Wars Memories: Mark Robben
Not everyone hates the prequels, as you can see in this Star Wars Memory from Funko's Mark Robben.
Star Wars Memories: Joe Ninivaggi
Hasbro has created some of the coolest Star Wars toys, and Hasbro's Joe Ninivaggi has some pretty cool Star Wars memories.
Star Wars Memories: Palmer Luckey
Believe it or not, Oculus Rift designer Palmer Luckey actually counts a moment from The Phantom Menace as his favorite Star Wars Memory.
Star Wars Memories: Ted Price
Insomniac Games head Ted Price has helped give us big games like Spyro and Ratchet & Clank. Star Wars had a big impact on him growing up, and he shares his favorite moments from the original films.
Star Wars Memories: Mary Franklin
Mary Franklin is the event director for Star Wars Celebration, so naturally she has a few Star Wars Memories of her own.
Behind the Scenes of The Martian
There's water on Mars, and also a stranded NASA astronaut. We've got a behind the scenes look at the new Ridley Scott movie The Martian.
EP Daily Rundown – September 30, 2015
We head to outer space in the Rundown with the latest on Star Wars Battlefront and the new Ridley Scott movie The Martian.
Star Wars Memories: Steve Szczepkowski
All true Star Wars fans know that Han shot first, and Deus Ex audio director Steve Szczepkowski is no exception.
Star Wars Memories: Simon Kinberg
In today's Star Wars Memory, The Force Awakens and Star Wars Rebels producer Simon Kinberg tells us about how the franchise has helped shape the way he looks at the world.
Star Wars Memories: Bryan Ono
eFx Collectibles is known for making some of the best Star Wars replicas, and it probably has something to do with the fact that CEO Bryan Ono is a massive Star Wars fan.
Star Wars Memories: Matthew Fillbrandt
In a weekend Star Wars Memory, Lucasfilm's Matthew Fillbrandt tells us about the first time he saw the trash-dwelling Dianoga in the original Star Wars movie.
Behind the Scenes of Sicario
Prisoners, Enemy, and Incendies director Denis Villeneuve has another intense movie coming our way, the drug cartel thriller Sicario. We've got a behind the scenes look with the cast and crew.
Star Wars Memories: Pablo Hidalgo
Many of the people now working for Lucasfilm grew up with the original Star Wars films. Today, Lucasfilm Story Group creative executive Pablo Hidalgo shares his love of R2-D2.
Star Wars Memories: Erik Varszegi
Remember the first time you saw the Star Destroyer at the beginning of Star Wars? Lego Master Builder Erik Varszegi does, and it's today's Star Wars Memory.
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