Though the Star Wars sequel trilogy ended last year, some fans believe that we may see some of its stars return in future Star Wars projects. Daisy Ridley has not ruled out the possibility. But what about John Boyega?
Anticipation is running high for The Mandalorian Season 2, which premiers this Friday, October 30th. Ever since the first season, the hype and the merchandise have only gotten bigger. When the trailer for season 2 was released, the fanbase exploded with excitement and questions, many of which involved Baby Yoda and the plot of the season.
Over the decades, the Star Wars franchise has moved well beyond its visual media roots. There are several comics and books which continue to add color and depth to this universe.
Alex Kurtzman, the executive producer of multiple Star Trek shows, has confirmed that his productions have begun to include AR walls in place of on-location shoots.
In 2018’s Black Panther, in the beginning of act 3 when T’Challa was presumed dead after Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) beat T’Challa and threw him off the waterfall as Killmonger is crowned to be the next king and went in to the cave where the garden of the heart shaped herb were planted and set them on fire. To recall, these heart shaped herb is what gives any one who ingest it enhanced strength, durability and speed. It is tradition for this herb ingested to the ruler and protector of Wakanda, Black Panther, but when these herbs were set on fire and was destroyed, this could be the end of Black Panther. Of course, Erik Killmonger never thought of T’Challa little sister, the genius Shuri.
Directed by Johannes Nyholm (The Giant)
Starring: Peter Belli as Mog, Leif Edlund as Tobias, Ylva Gallon as Elin, Katarina Jackobson as Maja, Brandy Litmanen as Cherry, Morad Khatchadorian as Sampo.