Episode III - Remember the Sith

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Blog: 'Sith' Sense

washingtonpost.com explores the world of Episode III.

Online Discussions

Dale Pollock, author of "Skywalking," talked about the career of director George Lucas.

Jen Chaney, washingtonpost.com movies editor, discussed 'Sith' and pre-movie commercials.

Mike Kurtz, founder of the DC Metro Area "Star Wars" Collectors Club, answered your questions.

Actor Jeremy Bulloch discussed his experience playing the bounty hunter in the "Star Wars" films.

Matthew Stover, author of the best-selling novelizations of "Revenge of the Sith," took your questions.

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