But as for Andrew:
Today's question is worth 32 points.
Who played Ki-Adi-Mundi in Attack Of the Clones?
That's Ki-Adi-Mundi over there to the right, looking like a sentient frosted asparagus.
Once you're done answering, you should definitely go read Grumpy Bulldog's fanfic, Return To Tattoine: Here's a thrilling excerpt from Chapter One:
The bomber was clawing for altitude and heading for space, not wanting any part of the X-Wing. Artoo beeped a warning and Luke saw that two TIE Interceptors had dropped in behind him. Luke banked the fighter to the right and one of the TIE Interceptors sped past him. The other interceptor was still on his tail and Luke pulled the fighter up, jinking to the left and right. Luke finished the loop, ending up upside down with his nose pointed at the TIE Interceptor. Luke stabbed the fire button and one laser sawed off the TIE Interceptor’s right solar panel. The TIE Interceptor smashed into the jungle and Luke felt shots bang against his shields.
Luke smiled as he put his throttle to nearly zero. The rookie TIE Interceptor pilot didn’t notice that had slowed until he was just about to crash into the fighter. The Imperial pilot climbed and flew over the X-Wing, too distracted to fire his guns. As the TIE Interceptor passed overhead, Luke put it in his sights and opened fire. The TIE Interceptor broke apart and exploded. Luke booted in the X-Wing’s afterburners and climbed towards space.
The X-Wing broke through the atmosphere and Luke could see the huge Star Destroyer in orbit over the nearly helpless world. Two old corvettes were shooting at the Star Destroyer and launching Z95 Headhunters to deal with the horde of TIE fighters
Grumpy's fanfic raises the question: can you be sued for writing fan fiction? The answer is yes -- even if the fan fiction you're writing is intended to benefit the person who created the original work. Consider the case of Anderson v. Stallone, in which a guy named Anderson (of course) saw the movie Rocky III and wrote a script treatment for Rocky IV. He then shopped it around to various studios, and said he was promised a bunch of money to produce the script.
Turns out Stallone made Rocky IV, but didn't pay Anderson, and apparently Stallone used Anderson's concept for the movie. But when Anderson sued for royalties, the Court ruled in Stallone's favor, finding that the movie revolved around the concept of the Rocky characters and that it wouldn't exist without using them.
Which is something to think about if you've got that script for Star Wars VII: A New New Hope that you're about to send off to Lucas.
As usual, standings are here, don't forget you get 5 points for mentioning the Blogathon on your blog (5 points for each post mentioning it) and as always, first correct answer gets the points but Every! Comment! Is! An! Entry! In! The! Weekly! Drawing!
And if you think that was annoying to read, try! typing! that! way!
Here's Lando Calrissian as a Green Lantern, because why the heck not?