I love how Rian Johnson, despite being one of the nicest people in Hollywood aperently, still have a sassy almost trolish side that comes out sometimes . he is a bit like Hamil himself in that regard actually .
Oh, don't worry.I love how Rian Johnson, despite being one of the nicest people in Hollywood aperently, still have a sassy almost trolish side that comes out sometimes . he is a bit like Hamil himself in that regard actually .
I do not love that Disney found a way to make StarWars discussions even worse by bringing aboard the GoT dudes, even if personally think there is a great deal of overblown hyperbole regarding the last season .
Loving that discourse, yay
Which is what I've been trying to say
They can easily repeat that lesson a second time, just like Finn learned twice about joining the Resistance instead of running away and like Luke learned twice about resisting the dark side instead of being consumed by hate and murdering someone
I was in 4th grade and got to leave school early to go see it on opening day. Even in a sleepy early afternoon showing, the Yoda scene got cheers.17 years ago (half my life ago!!) I had just turned 17 and on Friday May 17 I saw Attack of the Clones with a bunch of friends and my Junior Year math teacher came with us and bought a bunch of popcorn for everyone. What an incredible movie going experience that first time was. I’ll never forget the audience pop when Yoda ignited his saber and began flipping around like a maniac. I know it’s, like, hardly anyone’s favorite but this movie will forever hold a special place in my heart.
I went and dug up my old calendar/journal from then and expectedly it’s full of priceless gems from that week.
Mon. Watched Star Wars!
Tues. Episode 1 on DVD!
Wed. Freakin our man! STAR WARS COMES OUT TODAY. Went to Walmart got Obi-Wan, Jango and Yoda LEGO!
Thurs. Freaking out about Star Wars! Went to Walmart got Bounty Hunter pursuit LEGO and Luminara Unduli!
Fri. Star Wars II, b-day party!
Sat. Star Wars II !
Sun. Saw Star Wars II again! Got Kit Fisto Jedi Knight!
They could easily release shows and feature films if they felt the demand was there.
It doesn’t feel like a hiatus to me whatsoever because of this. A live action Star Wars series has been the dream for me since childhood.
Plus more seasons of Resistance and another season of The Clone Wars. Star Wars ain't going anywhere, and it certainly won't feel like it's gone.
Only if Robert Pattinson is the lead actor.
I get you on the Skywalker saga. I would be totally down for finding out that the third live action show is something set after Episode IX. How cool would that be? Get Boyega and Isaac on the line. (My heart is forever Rey, mind you, but I get the feeling based on interviews that Daisy Ridley would prefer to take some time off from the gig.)It still feels like a hiatus to me and what's even worse is that we're still going to be stuck in the Skywalker saga with the TV shows. The cool thing about the new movies is that it was going to give us something completely new that didn't have any strings attached to the past movies. Now we'll have to wait 3 years. Or maybe more, who the hell knows what D&D are doing.
They're both hella divisive. "The Last Jedi of..." is, unfortunately, going to be a nerd culture catchphrase for a decade to come.
According to the devs, it’s higher than it was a month after launch. There’s a tweet about that floating around somewhere from a developer. I still play it about once a week just because I need as much Star Wars in my life as possible. Honestly it’s good fun. The new capital supremacy mode gives me my conquest/clone wars fix in a big way. Also, apparently they are doing some changes to heroes versus villains very soon which will remove the target system and make a team death match style game mode.I jammed on Battlefront II for a couple of months around the middle of last year and had a blast. I'm probably an easy please because I don't really play shooters in general. I just wanted some Star Wars. I got more than I expected out of it and I'm thinking of hopping back in soon. How's the population on PS4 these days?
Rian Johnson must be proud. Imagine creating such a transcendent piece of entertainment like TLJ that people can't help but bring it up and argue over it in every corner of nerdom. What an accomplishment.
For sure; you know you've made it in Star Wars when folks are still arguing over your work years after the fact.