J. J. Abrams On The Sequel Trilogy Should've Been Mapped Out
One of the most interesting things about the Star Wars universe is that almost all the live action movies have different directors. Most notably, of course, is George Lucas (A New Hope and the prequels). Then, we have Irvin Kershner (Empire Strikes Back) and Richard Marquand (Return of the Jedi). Gareth Edwards and Ron Howard directed the spin-off movies, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Solo: A Story Wars Story respectively. Finally, J. J. Abrams and Rian Johnson helmed the sequels, which have arguably been some of the most contested Star Wars live action films with fans having opinions all over the map in regards to the three films.
The 5 Most Valuable Clone Divisions
The valiant clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic fought and died for democracy and freedom throughout the course of the Clone War. Combating the tyranny and loathsome battlefield tactics of the Separatists, the GAR sought to primarily keep innocents safe from harm while simultaneously defending Republic interests across the galaxy. To this end, a short list of clone battalions was drawn up, the regiments with the greatest successes, not only in casualties inflicted, but also reflecting unique styles and strategies of each unit. Here we will be examining some of the most effective clone units, the personnel that made them effective, and what strategies and armaments made them unique. This article will be focusing on larger strategic forces, so smaller elite units such as Clone Force 99 or Delta Squad will not be featured.
J. J. Abrams Comments On The Lack Of A Plan With Sequel Trilogy
J. J. Abrams was responsible for launching the Disney-Lucasfilm era of Star Wars with Force Awakens. However, after Episode VII, the sequel trilogy fell into the huge controversial mess of Last Jedi, and Rise of Skywalker. Due to the lack of character development, storytelling, and continuity in the sequel trilogy, fans from all over the world began to ask if Disney and Lucasfilm actually had a consistent plan for these movies at all.
Star Wars: 'The Book Of Boba Fett' Will Probably Be Multiple Seasons Long
The Book of Boba Fett will hopefully be in our lives by the end of the year, and with the year everyone had last year, it cannot come soon enough. It was one of the biggest surprises that appeared at the end of Season 2 of The Mandalorian. Finally, after years and years of waiting, fans will finally get to see everyone’s favorite un-altered clone take center stage to star in his own show. While The Book of Boba Fett is set to premiere on Disney+ this winter, fans may be able to see much more of it than they thought. New rumors have speculated that the show may be gearing up to run for several seasons.
A Look At Imperial Propaganda
One of the most impressive and terrible things about the Empire is how swiftly and completely they were able to take over from the Republic. This mighty institution of democracy had stood for thousands of generations, and while it certainly wasn't perfect, it at least represented the potential of freedom in the galaxy. Under the Empire, representation was stripped away, alien races were oppressed, and Imperial troops committed rampart atrocities, including genocide across the galaxy.
Mark Hamill’s Witty Response To Paleontologist's Newest Discovery
Ever the jokester, Mark Hamill’s social media once again made a few of us laugh out loud. Recently, the Museum Archive posted a tweet about a 3,300-year-old claw of the now-extinct bird “Moa.” Honestly, this author thought it looked like an oversized desiccated chicken foot.
10 Unpopular 'Star Wars' Opinions, According To Reddit
Star Wars and opinions. Name a more iconic duo. People's thoughts on certain aspects of the franchise are all over the board. Sure, there are some things that people generally agree on (such as the original trilogy being the best trilogy overall), but there have been some really wild and unexpected opinions over the years. In this list, we will go over ten unpopular Star Wars opinions from a Reddit thread about five or so years ago. I have listed these more or less in order from least unexpected to most unexpected.
The INSANE Diet That Turned This Species Wrinkly And Gray
So I think it's safe to assume by now that pretty much every Star Wars fan has the events of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith engraved in their memories. It was such a turning point in the entire saga, ending with the beginning of the Empire and annihilation of the Jedi. However, there was a species introduced, very briefly, which would become a very important part of the animated series Rebels, who have quite an interesting reason for looking like they do.