New Jango Fett Mug at Disneyland

November 20, 2019 – Have you ever wondered what happened to Jango Fett’s helmeted head after Mace Windu decapitated the bounty hunter in Attack of the Clones (2002)?

Apparently, Disney has decided to turn the helmet into a plastic cup with a hinged lid. Available at Disneyland, the Jango Fett mug sells for $13.99 and comes with a fountain beverage of your choice.

This cool-looking mug is available at Galactic Grill in Tomorrowland at Disneyland. Your selected drink is served in a separate disposable cup, which fits inside the mug and helps to keep it clean/sticky-free after you’re done with your drink. (Photo Credit: Chris Green/wdwnt.com)

But Jango isn’t the first Mandalorian to see his helmet turned, unceremoniously, into a drinking vessel for tourists’ delight. That dubious honor goes to Boba Fett four years ago, whose drink-from-me helmet was sold at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

The 2015 review is HERE of what Disney called its “Boba Fett Stein” ($9.99 complete with beverage). Similar to the Jango Fett incarnation, the colorful Boba Fett mug was made of plastic, had a hinged lid, and a stationary broadband antenna/range-finder. The mug was available for a limited time at Disney’s Star Wars Weekends event in May, 2015 – and it quickly sold out.

Four years later and now four dollars more, you can add the Jango Fett mug ($13.99) to your collection while supplies last. No word yet on whether Disney will make the mug available at any of its other Disney theme parks or at its ShopDisney online store.

Why Is Darth Maul’s Lightsaber Double Bladed?

October 14, 2019 – The first time you saw Darth Maul and the reveal of his double-bladed lightsaber in The Phantom Menace (1999), you probably said: “Wow!”

But have you ever asked yourself “Why?” How is it that our favorite Sith is slicing and dicing his way through the galaxy with what appears to be two interconnected lightsabers?

The YouTube channel Star Wars Theory explains how Darth Maul’s lightsaber came to be:

As a sidenote, the first double-bladed lightsaber appeared in the comic series, Tales of the Jedi – Book One, by Tom Veitch and Kevin J. Anderson. The lightsaber was wielded by Exar Kun. However, the storyline is no longer considered canon and is instead part of the Expanded Universe (or Legends, per Disney/Lucasfilm’s guidelines). You can listen to the audiobook version, which runs about 38 minutes, below:

Yet another (cuter) theory would make sense to any LEGOs fan:

Now It’s Official: Ewan McGregor to Play Obi-Wan Kenobi in New Series

August 23, 2019 – After weeks of rumors, Ewan McGregor confirmed today that he will be reprising his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in an upcoming series on DisneyPlus.

Appearing live onstage at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, Kathleen Kennedy introduced the 48-year-old Scottish actor (born 31 March 1971): “After secrets and fibs and not being able to talk about it, I am thrilled to bring out a beloved member of the Star Wars family.”

A familiar prequel trilogy tune (“Duel of the Fates”) began to play, and out walked Ewan McGregor himself to confirm his return in his own series.

The live-action series takes place after the events of Revenge of the Sith. We will finally see how Obi-Wan ended up in exile on Tatooine, his many adventures on the desert planet with the binary sun, and his role in overseeing a young Luke Skywalker.

No pilot episode date has been announced yet, other than sometime in 2020.

Kathleen Kennedy added: “We are really close. We have all the scripts written. We are ready to start shooting next year. We could not be more excited. So, can’t wait to start production.”

And with that, the pair left the stage.

Disney’s subscription streaming service begins November 12, 2019. You can learn more about DisneyPlus at this LINK or click on the icon below.

Ewan McGregor to Shine Again as Obi-Wan in a New Series?

August 16, 2019 – While Disney has not confirmed the rumors, the Hollywood trade magazine Variety reports that Ewan McGregor is in talks to reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi.

The 48-year-old Scottish actor (born 31 March 1971) would play his familiar Jedi Master role in a third live-action Star Wars series on Disney Plus, the new streaming service. No details about the potential series have been divulged. The first two live-action series, The Mandalorian from Jon Favreau starring Pedro Pascal and a series based on Cassian Andor with Diego Luga reprising his role from Rogue One (Dec. 2016), have already been green lit.

Ewan McGregor has long made public his wish and willingness to again don his Jedi robes for a movie. However, Disney’s disappointment with the box office performance of Solo: A Star Wars Movie (May 2018), killed any hope for a rumored stand-alone Obi-Wan movie.

McGregor first wielded a lightsaber two decades ago, beginning with The Phantom Menace (1999) and followed by Attack of the Clones (2002) and Revenge of the Sith (2005).

He stars in the horror-thriller, Doctor Sleep, a sequel to The Shining (1980, Stanley Kubrick), scheduled for release in November, 2019.

2019 Final Price List for Autographs and Photo-Ops at Star Wars Celebration Chicago

March 22, 2019 – Here is the final list of 61 celebrity guests at Star Wars Celebration Chicago offering autographs and photo opportunities. Reservations and prepayments can be made at EpicPhotoOps.com, which is running the autograph and photo-op queues.

Prices listed in the right column are for one autograph / then a photo-op / followed by a combination ticket price:

CELEBRITY PRICES Auto/Photo/Combo
Ahmed Best (Jar Jar Binks in the prequels) $80/80/160
Alan Tudyk (K-2SO in Rogue One) $70/80/150
Annabelle Davis (Dodibin in The Last Jedi) $40/45/85
Anthony Forrest (sandtrooper in A New Hope) $50/60/110
Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars Rebels) $50/50/100
Billie Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian) $100/100/200
Bobby Moynihan (Orka’s voice in Star Wars Resistance) $50/50/100
Brian Herring (BB-8 & Porg puppeteer in TFA & TLJ) $50/60/110
Catherine Taber (Padmé Amidala’s voice in The Clone Wars) $40/50/90
Christopher Sean (Kaz’s voice in Star Wars Resistance) $40/50/90
Daniel Logan (young Boba Fett in AOTC) $45/55/100
Dave Chapman (BB-8 puppeteer in TFA) $50/60/110
Dee Bradley Baker (voice of Cdr Cody, Capt Rex The Clone Wars) $40/50/90
Donald Faison (Hype Fazon’s voice in Resistance) $50/50/100
Erin Kellyman (Enfys Nest in Solo) $50/50/100
Forest Whitaker (Saw Gerrera in Rogue One) $150/150/300
Freddie Prinze, Jr. (Kanan Jarrus in Star Wars Rebels) $65/65/130
Greg Grunberg (pilot Wexley in TFA & Ep. IX) $50/50/100
Greg Proops (Jak Sivrak, race announcer voice in Resistance) $50/50/100
Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker in the prequels) $199/199/398
Hermione Corfield (Resistance pilot Tallie Lintra in the sequels) $50/40/90
Hugh Quarshie (Capt. Panaka in The Phantom Menace) $60/70/130
Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine in ROTJ & ROTS) $100/110/210
Ian McElhinney (General Dodonna in Rogue One) $50/60/110
James Arnold Taylor (voice of Obi-Wan in Star Wars Rebels) $40/50/90
Janina Gavankar (Iden Versio in Star Wars Battlefront II game) $40/50/90
Jason Isaacs (Grand Inquisitor in Rebels) $80/90/170
Jett Lucas (Jedi Padawan in AOTC & ROTS; George Lucas’ son) $50/60/110
John Morton (Dak Ralter in The Empire Strikes Back) $50/60/110
John Ratzenberger (Major Derlin in ESB; also Cheers) $50/60/110
Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca in TFA, TLJ, Solo) $60/70/130
Josh Lee (animatronic designer for the sequels) $50/60/110
Julian Glover (Gen. Veers in The Empire Strikes Back) $60/70/130
Katee Sackhoff Fryze (Bo Katan in The Clone Wars & Rebels) $50/50/100
Katy Kartwheel (Rio Durant in Solo) $40/50/90
Ken Leung (Admiral Statura in TFA) $50/60/110
Lee Towersey (built & operated R2-D2 for the sequels) $50/60/110
Lorne Peterson (special effects artist, ILM co-founder) $40/40/80
Mark Dodson (Salacious Crumb ROTJ; voices in TFA ) $50/60/110
Matt Denton (design supervisor for Rogue One) $50/60/110
Matt Lanter (Anakin Skywalker’s voice in The Clone Wars) $50/50/100
Matthew Wood (General Grievous in ROTS) $40/50/90
Michael Culver (Capt. Needa in The Empire Strikes Back) $60/60/120
Michael Pennington (Moff Jerjerrod in ROTJ) $60/60/120
Myrna Velasco (voice of Terra Doza in Resistance) $40/50/90
Orli Shoshan (Shaak Ti in the prequels) $50/60/110
Paul Bettany (Dryden Vos in Solo) $80/85/165
Paul Kasey (Admiral Raddus in Rogue One) $50/60/110
Penny McCarthy (Devaronian cantina patron in A New Hope) $40/40/80
Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca) $70/70/140
Ray Park (Darth Maul in the prequels) $80/80/160
Riz Ahmed (Bodhi Rook in Rogue One) $100/100/200
Sam Witwer (Darth Maul’s voice in TCW) $60/65/125
Scott Lawrence (Jarek Yeager in Resistance) $40/50/90
Susie McGrath (Tam Ryvora’s voice in Resistance) $40/50/90
Taylor Gray (Ezra’s voice in Star Wars Rebels) $50/60/110
Temuera Morrison (Jango Fett in AOTC) Canceled $55/55/110
Tiya Sircar (Sabine Wren’s voice in Star Wars Rebels) $50/50/100
Tom Kane (Yoda’s voice in TCW, Ackbar’s in TLJ) $50/60/110
Vanessa Marshall (Hera Syndulla’s voice in Rebels) $40/50/90
Warwick Davis (Wicket in Return of the Jedi) $75/85/160

COMBO PHOTOS Combo Photo Prices
TeamUp: Ahsoka & Rex (Eckstein & Baker) $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Anakin & Ahsoka (Lanter & Eckstein) $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Anakin & Obi-Wan (Lanter & Taylor) $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Anakin & Padme (Lanter & Taber) $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Anakin, Obi-Wan, Ahsoka (Lanter, Taylor, Eckstein) $110 trio photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett & Jango Fett (Logan & Morrison) Canceled $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett Duo (Logan & Morton) 90 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett Trio (Morrison, Logan, Morton) Canceled $125 trio photo
TeamUp: Fire Across the Galaxy (Isaacs, Prinze Jr, Gray) $170 trio photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Ezra (Prinze Jr. & Gray) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Hera (Prinze Jr. & Marshall) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Maul (Prinze Jr. & Witwer) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan vs The Grand Inquisitor (Prinze Jr & Isaacs) $130 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul (Park & Witwer) $125 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul & Ezra (Witwer & Gray) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul vs Obi-Wan (Witwer & Taylor) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett & Jango Fett (Morton & Morrison) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Rebels Trio (Prinze Jr., Gray, Marshall) $125 trio photo
TeamUp: Rebels Quad (Prinze Jr., Gray, Sircar, Marshall) $150 quad photo
TeamUp: Resistance Duo (Sean & McGrath) $70 duo photo

TeamUp: Resistance Trio (McGrath, Sean, Lawrence) $90 trio photo

TeamUp: Resistance Quad (Lawrence, McGrath, Sean, Velasco) $120 photo

TeamUp: The Clone Wars (Lanter, Taylor, Eckstein, Taber, Baker, Kane) $190
TeamUp: The Grand Inquisitor vs Ezra (Isaacs & Gray) $125 duo photo
TeamUp: Palpatine & Anakin (McDiarmid & Christensen) $329 duo photo
TeamUp: Palpatine & Darth Maul (McDiarmid & Park) $175 duo photo
TeamUp: Darth Maul & Young Boba Fett (Ray Park & Daniel Logan) $110 photo
TeamUp: Rogue One Duo (Ahmed & Whitaker) $245 duo photo
TeamUp: Rogue One Trio (Ahmed, Whitaker, Tudyk) $299 trio photo


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Note that all autograph prices include one 8×10″ color photo of the celebrity, which the celebrity will sign, or you can bring your own item – one autograph per ticket.

At each photo-op, a professional photographer will take your photo with the celebrity. You will receive a glossy color print (normally 8×10″) immediately after the session.

You can also purchase additional prints and a digital JPEG copy to be emailed. Until just several weeks ago, the listed price was $10; the new price is now $15 per JPEG copy or per additional photo.

Celebration website warning: “If an autograph or photo op sells out online prior to Star Wars Celebration then it is completely SOLD OUT. There will not be any additional autographs or photo ops sold onsite if they have been marked as sold out on the Star Wars Authentics website prior to the show.

[Online] Presales will end on Monday, April 9 at 9:00 PM CT. For all Autographs and Photo Ops that do not sell out prior to the show please go directly to the Autographing Hall onsite at Star Wars Celebration to purchase yours.

Visit EpicPhotoOps.com to reserve and prepay for your autographs and photo-ops.

Compare prices here from 2017 (Orlando) and 2016 (London).

2019 Partial Price List for Autographs and Photo-Ops at Star Wars Celebration Chicago (as of 03.01.19)

NOTE: For the Final 2019 Price List (posted March 22nd), click HERE.

March 1, 2019 – New additions today: Ray Park (Darth Maul); Ashely Eckstein (voice of Ahsoka Tano in The Clone Wars and Rebels); Matt Lanter (voice of Anakin Skywalker in The Clone Wars); and Tiya Sircar (voice of Sabine Wren in Star Wars Rebels).

You can reserve your autograph and/or photo-op opportunites at EpicPhotoOps.com, which is running the autograph and photo-op queues at Star Wars Celebration Chicago.

Prices listed in the right column are for one autograph / then a photo-opportunity / followed by a combination ticket price:

CELEBRITY PRICES Auto/Photo/Combo
Alan Tudyk (K-2SO in Rogue One) $70/80/150
Anthony Forrest (sandtrooper in A New Hope) $50/60/110
Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars Rebels) $50/50/100
Billie Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian) $100/100/200
Brian Herring (BB-8 & Porg puppeteer in TFA & TLJ) $50/60/110
Catherine Taber (Padmé Amidala’s voice in The Clone Wars) $40/50/90
Christopher Sean (Kaz’s voice in Star Wars Resistance) $40/50/90
Daniel Logan (young Boba Fett in AOTC) $45/55/100
Dave Chapman (BB-8 puppeteer in TFA) $50/60/110
Dee Bradley Baker (voice of Cdr Cody, Capt Rex The Clone Wars) $40/50/90
Donald Faison (Hype Fazon’s voice in Resistance) $50/50/100
Freddie Prinze, Jr. (Kanan Jarrus in Star Wars Rebels) $65/65/130
Greg Grunberg (pilot Wexley in TFA & Ep. IX) $50/50/100
Greg Proops (Jak Sivrak, race announcer voice in Resistance) $50/50/100
Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine in ROTJ & ROTS) $100/110/210
Ian McElhinney (General Dodonna in Rogue One) $50/60/110
James Arnold Taylor (voice of Obi-Wan in Star Wars Rebels) $40/50/90
Janina Gavankar (Iden Versio in Star Wars Battlefront II game) $40/50/90
Jason Isaacs (Grand Inquisitor in Rebels) $80/90/170
Jett Lucas (Jedi Padawan in AOTC & ROTS; George Lucas’ son) $50/60/110
John Morton (Dak Ralter in The Empire Strikes Back) $50/60/110
John Ratzenberger (Major Derlin in ESB; also Cheers) $50/60/110
Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca in TFA, TLJ, Solo) $60/70/130
Julian Glover (Gen. Veers in The Empire Strikes Back) $60/70/130
Katy Kartwheel (Rio Durant in Solo) $40/50/90
Ken Leung (Admiral Statura in TFA) $50/60/110
Mark Dodson (Salacious Crumb ROTJ; voices in TFA ) $50/60/110
Matt Lanter (Anakin Skywalker’s voice in The Clone Wars) $50/50/100
Matthew Wood (General Grievous in ROTS) $40/50/90
Michael Culver (Capt. Needa in The Empire Strikes Back) $60/60/120
Michael Pennington (Moff Jerjerrod in ROTJ) $60/60/120
Myrna Velasco (voice of Terra Doza in Resistance) $40/50/90
Orli Shoshan (Shaak Ti in the prequels) $50/60/110
Paul Kasey (Admiral Raddus in Rogue One) $50/60/110
Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca) $70/70/140
Ray Park (Darth Maul in the prequels) $80/80/160
Sam Witwer (Darth Maul’s voice in TCW) $60/65/125
Scott Lawrence (Jarek Yeager in Resistance) $40/50/90
Susie McGrath (Tam Ryvora’s voice in Resistance) $40/50/90
Taylor Gray (Ezra’s voice in Star Wars Rebels) $50/60/110
Temuera Morrison (Jango Fett in AOTC) $55/55/110
Tiya Sircar (Sabine Wren’s voice in Star Wars Rebels) $50/50/100
Tom Kane (Yoda’s voice in TCW, Ackbar’s in TLJ) $50/60/110
Vanessa Marshall (Hera Syndulla’s voice in Rebels) $40/50/90

COMBO PHOTOS Combo Photo Prices
TeamUp: Boba Fett & Jango Fett (Logan & Morrison) $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett Dual (Logan & Morton) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett Trio (Morrison, Logan, Morton) $125 trio photo
TeamUp: Fire Across the Galaxy (Isaacs, Prinze Jr, Gray) $170 trio photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Ezra (Prinze Jr. & Gray) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Hera (Prinze Jr. & Marshall) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Maul (Prinze Jr. & Witwer) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan vs The Grand Inquisitor (Prinze Jr & Isaacs) $130 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul (Park & Witwer) $125 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul & Ezra (Witwer & Gray) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul vs Obi-Wan (Witwer & Taylor) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett & Jango Fett (Morton & Morrison) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Rebels Trio (Prinze Jr., Gray, Marshall) $125 trio photo
TeamUp: Rebels Quad (Prinze Jr., Gray, Sircar, Marshall) $150 quad photo
TeamUp: Resistance Duo (Sean & McGrath) $70 duo photo

TeamUp: Resistance Trio (McGrath, Sean, Lawrence) $90 trio photo

TeamUp: Resistance Quad (Lawrence, McGrath, Sean, Velasco) $120 photo

TeamUp: The Clone Wars (Lanter, Taylor, Eckstein, Taber, Baker, Kane) $190
TeamUp: The Grand Inquisitor vs Ezra (Isaacs & Gray) $125 duo photo
TeamUp: Palpatine & Darth Maul (McDiarmid & Park) $175 duo photo
TeamUp: Ray Park & Daniel Logan (illogical pairing but they are friends) $110
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Note that all autograph prices include one 8×10″ color photo of the celebrity, which the celebrity will sign, or you can bring your own item – one autograph per ticket.

At each photo-op, a professional photographer will take your photo with the celebrity. You will receive a glossy color print (normally 8×10″) immediately after the session. You can also purchase a digital JPEG copy to be emailed ($10) and additional prints at $10 per print.

Celebration website warning: “If an autograph or photo op sells out online prior to Star Wars Celebration then it is completely SOLD OUT. There will not be any additional autographs or photo ops sold onsite if they have been marked as sold out on the Star Wars Authentics website prior to the show.

[Online] Presales will end on Monday, April 9 at 9:00 PM CT. For all Autographs and Photo Ops that do not sell out prior to the show please go directly to the Autographing Hall onsite at Star Wars Celebration to purchase yours.

Visit EpicPhotoOps.com to reserve and prepay for your autographs and photo-ops.

Compare prices here from 2017 (Orlando) and 2016 (London).

2019 Partial Price List for Autographs and Photo-Ops at Star Wars Celebration Chicago (as of 02.22.19)

NOTE: For the Final 2019 Price List (posted March 22nd), click HERE.

February 22, 2019 – Additional celebrities have been added by EpicPhotoOps.com, which is running the autograph and photo-op queues at Star Wars Celebration Chicago. The new additions are indicated by an asterisk (*) before their names.

Prices listed in the right column are for one autograph / then a photo-opportunity / followed by a combination ticket price:

CELEBRITY PRICES Auto/Photo/Combo
* Alan Tudyk (K-2SO in Rogue One) $70/80/150
Anthony Forrest (sandtrooper in A New Hope) $50/60/110
* Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars Rebels) Pending
* Billie Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian) $100/100/200
Brian Herring (BB-8 & Porg puppeteer in TFA & TLJ) $50/60/110
Catherine Taber (Padmé Amidala’s voice in The Clone Wars) $40/50/90
Christopher Sean (Kaz’s voice in Star Wars Resistance) $40/50/90
Daniel Logan (young Boba Fett in AOTC) $45/55/100
Dave Chapman (BB-8 puppeteer in TFA) $50/60/110
Dee Bradley Baker (voice of Cdr Cody, Capt Rex The Clone Wars) $40/50/90
Donald Faison (Hype Fazon’s voice in Resistance) $50/50/100
* Freddie Prinze, Jr. (Kanan Jarrus in Star Wars Rebels) $65/65/130
Greg Grunberg (pilot Wexley in TFA & Ep. IX) $50/50/100
Greg Proops (Jak Sivrak, race announcer voice in Resistance) $50/50/100
Ian McDiarmid (Emperor Palpatine in ROTJ & ROTS) $100/110/210
Ian McElhinney (General Dodonna in Rogue One) $50/60/110
James Arnold Taylor (voice of Obi-Wan in Star Wars Rebels) $40/50/90
Janina Gavankar (Iden Versio in Star Wars Battlefront II game) $40/50/90
Jason Isaacs (Grand Inquisitor in Rebels) $80/90/170
Jett Lucas (Jedi Padawan in AOTC & ROTS; George Lucas’ son) $50/60/110
* John Morton (Dak Ralter in The Empire Strikes Back) $50/60/110
John Ratzenberger (Major Derlin in ESB; also Cheers) $50/60/110
Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca in TFA, TLJ, Solo) $60/70/130
* Julian Glover (Gen. Veers in The Empire Strikes Back) $60/70/130
Katy Kartwheel (Rio Durant in Solo) $40/50/90
Ken Leung (Admiral Statura in TFA) $50/60/110
Mark Dodson (Salacious Crumb ROTJ; voices in TFA ) $50/60/110
Matthew Wood (General Grievous in ROTS) $40/50/90
* Michael Culver (Capt. Needa in The Empire Strikes Back) $60/60/120
Michael Pennington (Moff Jerjerrod in ROTJ) $60/60/120
Myrna Velasco (voice of Terra Doza in Resistance) $40/50/90
Orli Shoshan (Shaak Ti in the prequels) $50/60/110
Paul Kasey (Admiral Raddus in Rogue One) $50/60/110
Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca) $70/70/140
Sam Witwer (Darth Maul’s voice in TCW) $60/65/125
Scott Lawrence (Jarek Yeager in Resistance) $40/50/90
Susie McGrath (Tam Ryvora’s voice in Resistance) $40/50/90
* Taylor Gray (Ezra’s voice in Star Wars Rebels) $50/60/110
Temuera Morrison (Jango Fett in AOTC) $55/55/110
Tom Kane (Yoda’s voice in TCW, Ackbar’s in TLJ) $50/60/110
Vanessa Marshall (Hera Syndulla’s voice in Rebels) $40/50/90

COMBO PHOTOS Combo Photo Prices
TeamUp: Boba Fett & Jango (Logan & Morrison) $85 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett Dual (Logan & Morton) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett Trio (Morrison, Logan, Morton) $125 trio photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Ezra (Prinze Jr. & Gray) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Hera (Prinze Jr. & Marshall) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Kanan & Maul (Prinze Jr. & Witwer) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul & Ezra (Witwer & Logan) $100 duo photo
TeamUp: Maul vs Obi-Wan (Witwer & Taylor) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Boba Fett & Jango Fett (Morton & Morrison) $90 duo photo
TeamUp: Rebels Trio (Prinze Jr., Gray, Marshall) $125 trio photo
TeamUp: Resistance Duo (Sean & McGrath) $70 duo photo

TeamUp: Resistance Trio (McGrath, Sean, Lawrence) $90 trio photo

TeamUp: Resistance Quad (Lawrence, McGrath, Sean, Velasco) $120 photo

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Note that all autograph prices include one 8×10″ color photo of the celebrity, which the celebrity will sign, or you can bring your own item – one autograph per ticket.

At each photo-op, a professional photographer will take your photo with the celebrity. You will receive a glossy color print (normally 8×10″) immediately after the session. You can also purchase a digital JPEG copy to be emailed ($10) and additional prints at $10 per print.

Celebration website warning: “If an autograph or photo op sells out online prior to Star Wars Celebration then it is completely SOLD OUT. There will not be any additional autographs or photo ops sold onsite if they have been marked as sold out on the Star Wars Authentics website prior to the show.

[Online] Presales will end on Monday, April 9 at 9:00 PM CT. For all Autographs and Photo Ops that do not sell out prior to the show please go directly to the Autographing Hall onsite at Star Wars Celebration to purchase yours.

Visit EpicPhotoOps.com to reserve and prepay for your autographs and photo-ops.

Compare prices here from 2017 (Orlando) and 2016 (London).