Rian Johnson Reveals What Rey's Mirror Scene Means In The Last Jedi
Despite all the controversy surrounding Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi, the film itself has some really awesome memorable moments that really stand out. One of the great moments in the film, is the cave scene on Ach-To, were Rey “supposedly” finds out the truth about her parents, and who they were.
Tom Holland Screwed Up His Star Wars Audition For Finn With Lucasfilm
Tom Holland is best known as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, who took the mantle of Peter Parker after Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. His first entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe was when he jumped onscreen and took Captain America’s vibranium shield in Captain America: Civil War. He would go on to appear in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Spider-Man: Far From Home. He would reprise his role as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is currently scheduled for release on December 17, 2021.
Gina Carano Claims That She Has Been Bullied By Disney
As the fallout of the Gina Carano situation continues, the now former The Mandalorian star is opening up about her thoughts in the wake of her extrication from the Star Wars galaxy. In a new sit-down interview with The Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro obtained by Deadline, which made its debut on Sunday, Carano claims that she has been the victim of bullying by both Disney and Lucasfilm, and that her firing seemed to be a forgone conclusion for a while.
‘The Bad Batch’ Will Release May 4th
It was around this time last year that the final season of The Clone Wars was airing on Disney+. One of the arcs of the season featured a squad of elite clone troopers known as The Bad Batch. Some predicted that the characters would get their own spin-off series, and that was confirmed months later. Since then, we have seen a trailer showing that the series will begin around the time that the events of Revenge of the Sith take place.
Top 10 Sith Ranked by Power
Being a Sith in the Star Wars universe is a prestigious line of work, with a long and glorious tradition. However, there are several Sith who have gone beyond the traditional evils and have proven to be some of the most powerful beings in the galaxy. That being said, and before I get into the list, I want to take a second to explain the logic I took to this list. Originally, I wanted to comprise this list of only canon Sith lords. However, the canon ones I found I didn’t agree were worthy enough of being on the “Most Powerful” list. Instead, I am going to add the Sith that are “loosely” canon, with a focus on the ones that are canon, and I will add a few that I think have the most potential to become canon. That being said, here is the top Sith based on power.
This Mystery From 'The Phantom Menace' Took Almost A Decade To Explain
To say The Phantom Menace left us with a few unanswered questions is an understatement. Over 20 years later and we're still chasing answers. The film has been run over with a fine tooth comb since it was still in cinemas, and questions have even been formed about the smallest throwaway lines. There is one particular line where a young Anakin Skywalker first sets eyes on our then Queen of Naboo, Padme Amidala, and he asks her if she's an angel. While most people wrote it off as a throwaway line from a young, lovestruck child, some dove a little deeper into what it meant.
Ewan McGregor Showing Off Muscle Gains for 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' Series
When Obi-Wan Kenobi brought a baby Luke Skywalker to the Lars family homestead on Tatooine, he stayed in hiding nearby to keep watch over the future Jedi. For nineteen years he waited in the Jundland Wastes, becoming “Old Ben” Kenobi. We know from Uncle Owen’s comments in A New Hope and a glimpse at his life in the Marvel Star Wars comic series that in that timeframe he gained Lars’ distrust, and not much else. We will see more in the upcoming Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi, but haven’t you wondered what else Obi-Wan got up to with all of that free time on his hands? After a recent Instagram post, wonder no further. Obi-Wan got swole.
What Playable Characters We Want To See In 'Star Wars: Hunters'
On February 17, 2021 Lucasfilm announced a new video game called Star Wars: Hunters, to be published by Lucasfilm Games, together with Zynga in late 2021 for Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android..