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Stah Wahs, Boston style

News that Ewan McGregor might show up here for filming of a Star Wars series based on the planet Tatooine has gotten local folks to wondering why Boston and the accommodations needed for our local mores:

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Boston, England will be the shooting location. I would have loved it here, but c'mon.

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Tatooine is generally considered the @ss end of space. Not sure Boston needs that reputation.

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Adam, do not get my hopes up if it is not Boston MA. D :

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WBZ reports that, yes, filming will be in Boston, England a town best known for a church called Boston Stump, which, on a clear day, can be seen all the way from Norfolk (England, that is).

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Magoo is so eggcited about this. When Magoo and Ms. Magoo are feeling frisky, We will pretend that Magoo is Jabba the Magoo and Ms. Magoo is Princess Leia and explore the scenes Mr. Lucas didn’t show at Jabba’s palace in Return of the Jedi. Magoo.

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I’ve never seen it, but still, it’s trash.

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that greedy Hollywood executives decided to turn into an unoriginal overhyped and overbloated franchise.

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else, though I haven't seen Clone Wars or the Ewok series. (I was a little disappointed by Rise of Skywalker, and Solo kinda sucked.) I have viewed a bootleg VHS of the notorious Xmas special, which was one of those steaming piles that's so bad it's good.

The original was an absolute mindbender in its day. I had to sit at the front on the floor at the Pi Alley the weekend it came out. Me and my brothers decided to stay to watch it a second time, and got seats.

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Pi Alley was great for genre movies. Beacon Hill for B or C movies.

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He could evade Imperial storm troopers by flying the Millennium Falcon around the North End and Charlestown - and he could brag about doing the packie run in 12 parsecs (thought via Jim LaPorta).

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