Tag: The Last Jedi

Andy Serkis Clarifies Andor Role Not Connected to Snoke

Andy Serkis recently spoke to Vanity Fair about his role in Andor. The actor discussed his admiration for Rogue One and clarified that his character in Andor, Kino Loy, has no connection to his role of Supreme Leader Snoke in the sequel trilogy. Check out an excerpt here:  “It’s a d...

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Knives Out 2 Has a Title

Rian Johnson has revealed the title of his Knives Out sequel, posting the update on Twitter. Knives Out was released in 2019 to widespread cheers, unlike Johnson’s divisive Star Wars sequel, The Last Jedi. The film featured an all-star cast led by reluctant James Bond icon Daniel Craig. The ...

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Sequel Trilogy Characters Rumored for Mandalorian Season 3

*POSSIBLE SPOILERS* A leak from Bespin Bulletin alleges that The Mandalorian season 3 will feature the Praetorian Guards from The Last Jedi. Set images also show red Mandalorian-inspired helmets, a mysterious corridor, and what looks like some type of vehicle. These images are unconfirmed and com...

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Disney Confirms Star Wars Shows are Leading to Sequel Trilogy

Star Wars fans that felt snubbed and hated by Lucasfilm across the release of the sequel trilogy have latched onto Disney+’s Star Wars shows for hope. They pray that these shows will mark a return to form for Star Wars and the sequel trilogy’s erasure. These fans have stubbornly held...

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Slings The Last Jedi Down to 7th at the Australian Box Office

Spider-Man: No Way Home has slung past 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the Australian box office to claim sixth place overall. According to MediaWeek, Spider-Man: No Way Home has grossed $58.28 million to date, passing The Last Jedi, which grossed $58,094,407. No Way Home sits less than ...

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When and How Avatar: The Last Airbender Did What Other Modern Fantasy Stories Couldn’t

In my last article, I said a lot of things, but the main point I was trying to make was that we should focus on the positive at least as much as the negative in life. This applies to fandom as much as anything else, and, at least to me, internet fandom has felt pretty …

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