“In Star Trek: The Next Generation, there were always these kinds of people in the crew, and they were the ones that were always there to help.
But in Star Wars, I never knew a single one of those guys in the show.
They were just so out of it, like they had no interest in what was going on.”
-David Duchovny, Star Wars: The Clone Wars”When I was growing up, I was really obsessed with Star Wars.
I was a huge fan of all of the characters and all of that, and I’d never even heard of the Star Wars franchise.
When I first got to the movies, I remember I saw the first Star Wars movie.
It was a special kind of movie, but it was all over my TV and it was like a little kid in a candy store.
That was the first time I saw Star Wars for real, and that’s what got me hooked on it.
I’m a huge Star Wars fan, but I never saw it.
That’s what I thought of it as, the candy store, the Star Trek show.
But when I started playing, I got hooked.
I just love the idea of doing these different worlds, the way it’s set up, the characters.
It’s a fun thing, and the fact that it’s a franchise that’s been around for so long, I love that.
I love the fact the characters are like the coolest people, and like the weirdest characters.
That really appeals to me, and it’s what gets me to sit there and watch movies.
I can’t watch a movie without thinking about these characters, and having a deep appreciation for them.
When you watch a film like The Force Awakens, it really makes you want to be a part of the movie.
And then, if I want to sit back and talk to someone, I can.
I just want to get to know them.
The characters and their stories are the most fascinating, and when you’re doing Star Wars and you’re going through it, you’re watching the movies as if you’re there.
It can be a bit frustrating, but the characters, their stories, the relationships between the characters all get you really excited about it.”
-Bryan Fuller, Star Trek Beyond”I love Star Wars a lot.
I have a very close friend, and he said to me the other day, ‘Hey, you should do Star Wars because you can’t go to a Star Wars event without seeing these characters.’
And I said, ‘Well, I’ve never been a fan, and this is my favorite film in history.’
And he said, You know what?
It could be a lot of fun.
He knows I have no interest.
I don’t know why he’s telling me this.
And I was like, Well, that’s why I’m watching it.
But I’m just going to sit here and do this thing with these characters that I love.
And it’s fun, it’s great.
I get to sit and talk with these people, I get the experience.
And they’re great people.
It makes me want to go out and see more Star Wars.”
-Lena Headey, Star War: The Force Unleashed”I’m very passionate about Star Wars in general, and Star Wars fans in particular.
I really want to see them all come together in a big, epic way, and for me, it just feels like a fun way to do that.
It also has a great connection to the fans, and a lot is riding on the fans deciding to come to the event and be a little bit of a force for good, and not just in one day.
That is the ultimate goal.
If we all have the passion to bring these stories to life and make the fans feel like they’re in control, that will be so much more fun.”
-Nichelle Nichols, Starbuck”Star Trek is not only the most successful franchise of all time, but also the most influential.
The first Star Trek episode is titled “The Chase.”
The next Star Trek installment is titled ‘The Ultimate Computer.’
It is a celebration of Star Trek, and all that has come before.
And we’re bringing those stories and those characters to life in the Star Citizen universe.
There are a lot to discover in the universe, and we are excited to bring that excitement to life.”
-Michael Dante DiMartino, Star Citizen”Star Wars was a movie I really wanted to make as a kid.
My father was a pilot in the military, and my father and I would go to the local movie theater with the older boys, and every once in a while, we’d watch Star Wars again.
And the whole family would go and see it, and so did my dad, so we would watch it over and over again.
I remember being so into the movie when I was little.
I loved it, it was so