Star Wars Day? It’s for now! Every year, fans of George Lucas’ iconic creation await Star Wars Day, the famous May The 4th, “holiday” in honor of the sci-fi franchise so loved by moviegoers.
In celebration, lovers of this universe do their marathons and can choose between the various Star Wars films and series already produced (which are not few).
To help you celebrate Star Wars Day in the best way, we have separated the 10 best Star Wars series and movies. May the 4th be with you!
10 – Star Wars Rebels
Star Wars Rebels was a 3D animated series that followed the journey of a young Jedi, incorporating elements of Clone Wars. However, the creators imagined Rebels to be more of a children’s program, and many of the saber-rattling deaths have been censored. With 4 seasons, the production is set 14 years after Episode III and five years before Episode IV.
9 – Star Wars Resistance
The recent animated series mimics Japanese anime style and takes place three decades after the events of The Return of the Jedi, in the trilogy Star Wars and tells the story of a pilot who was recruited by the New Republic to spy on the First Order. The series also starts six months before The force awakens and eventually intersects with the story of the film.
8 – Caravan of Courage
Starting a film franchise for TV in 1984, Caravan of Courage takes place on the moon of Endor and introduces the Ewoks in a story in which they help two young human brothers while trying to locate their parents. The production won an Emmy for Outstanding Special Visual Effects the following year.
7 – Star Wars: Clone Wars
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The animation takes place during the era of the prequel trilogy, in the period of three years between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. The series focuses on the conflict between the Galactic Republic, which is supported by the Jedi Order, and the Confederation of Independent Systems, a movement organized by Lord Sith Count Dooku to unite various planetary systems that seek independence from the Republic.
6 – Han Solo: A Star Wars Story
Offering an origin story for one of the heroes of the original trilogy, Han Solo’s film has a lot of action. Situating ten years before the events in Star Wars: A New Hope, the plot explores the early adventures of Han Solo and Chewbacca, including the character Lando Calrissian.
5 – The Mandalorian
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Mandalorian, launched last year, the series may have only one season with eight episodes, but it has already left its mark on the universe of Star Wars. Thanks to Clone Wars, the Mandalorian people have piqued the interest of fans for some time. With this series, the dreams of fans of the franchise come true as they really get to know the lifestyle and adventures of these people.
4 – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
The 2016 spin-off did a great job of explaining the story behind how the rebels were able to acquire the secret plans of the death star they used in A New Hope. It made sense that all the main characters would complete the mission at the cost of their lives, since they were not part of the original trilogy, and since the mission itself was dangerous.
3 – Third trilogy
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The most recent trilogy in the universe Star Wars begins approximately thirty years after the end of the Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and focuses on a conflict between the First Order, a successor military state of the Galactic Empire, and the Resistance, a military group formed to oppose the First Order. Undoubtedly, the portion of Star Wars history least liked by fans.
2 – Second Trilogy
The prequela trilogy, released mainly in the early 2000s, describes what happened up to 32 years before the events of the Episode IV: A New Hope and focuses primarily on young Darth Vader, as the then Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, a young Obi-Wan Kenobi and the story of how they went from friends to enemies, as well as Anakin’s fall to the dark side and the near extinction of the Jedi.
1 – Original Trilogy
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Also called the classic trilogy, a favorite of fans to this day, it was the first to be released between 1977 and 1983. It was the first series of films to tell the story of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia, the iconic trio that fighting for the Rebel Alliance to overthrow the tyrant Galactic Empire; in parallel, it shows Luke’s journey to become a Jedi knight and the fight against Darth Vader, a former Jedi who succumbed to the Dark Side of the Force and the Emperor.