STAR WARS LEGENDS: Legacy of the Force – Fan Film

We love Star Wars fan films, as you probably know if you’ve been reading our posts for awhile now, and here is one based on a book that we really wanted to bring to your attention. It’s Star Wars Legends: Legacy of the Force and you can see the film in its entirely on YouTube (we’ve embedded it below). It’s meant to be a homage to the Expanded Universe and the canon is spot-on. The acting was good, especially for a fan film and I found it overall entertaining. If you haven’t seen it yet, just scroll down and give it a watch. Then head over and tell the crew what you think of their hard work.

You can follow everything they’re up to and learn more from their Facebook page here. Some of their members are also working on a new project right now. Their page contains interviews and other information about the film, how they created it and other details so it’s worth checking out, especially if you like the film.

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Adapted from the Star Wars novel “INVINCIBLE” by Troy Denning, STAR WARS LEGENDS: LEGACY OF THE FORCE takes you into the last moments of the final conflict between the children of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo.

Jaina Solo must confront her brother Jacen, now calling himself Darth Caedus, in order to put an end to his reign and restore peace to the galaxy.

STAR WARS LEGENDS: LEGACY OF THE FORCE is a not-for-profit Fan Film based in the universe of STAR WARS and adapted from the novel “Invincible” by Troy Denning. Worldwide rights to STAR WARS stories, settings and characters are wholly owned by Lucasfilm Ltd, Disney and their associates. This work is not authorized, endorsed, or sponsored by Lucasfilm, Disney nor any other affiliated companies, and may not be sold, purchased, or otherwise used as a source of profit. Its purpose is solely to showcase the talents of its participants and for the enjoyment of STAR WARS fans. No copyright or trademark infringement is intended or implied.

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.