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Revenge Titles Episode III

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Announced on the Official Star Wars Web Site, the third and final film by director George Lucas, creator of Boba Fett, is coming May 19, 2005. On the left, Daniel Logan, actor behind Young Boba Fett, pointing to the newly released T-shirt, knows he’ll appear in Revenge of the Sith.


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Source: RebelScum.com coverage of San Diego Comic Con

Sith? Darth Maul and Emperor-to-be Palpatine.

The Sith are masters of the dark side of the Force and the sworn enemies of the Jedi. They were all but exterminated by the Jedi a thousand years ago, but the evil order continued in secrecy. They operated quietly, behind the scenes, acting in pairs – a Master and an Apprentice – patiently biding their time before they could take over the galaxy. In Episode III, they’ll finally exact their revenge on the Jedi.

Revenge seems to rely less on Fett as a means for plot development, like in Episode II and V. Here, in a starwars.com summary, it will be interesting to see how a still very young Fett will be included.

After three long years of relentless fighting, the Clone Wars are nearly at an end. The Jedi Council dispatches Obi-Wan Kenobi to bring General Grievous, the deadly leader of the Separatist droid army, to justice. Meanwhile, back on Coruscant, Chancellor Palpatine has grown in power. His sweeping political changes transform the war-weary Republic into the mighty Galactic Empire. To his closest ally, Anakin Skywalker, he reveals the true nature of power and the promised secrets of the Force in an attempt to lure him to the dark side.



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