Tag: The Rise of Skywalker

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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Ian McDiarmid Teases Possible Future Appearances for Palpatine

In an interview with Metro, Ian McDiarmid discussed the possibility of his character, Emperor Palpatine, being in future Star Wars projects. The interview was popularized online by Star Wars News Net. The Scottish actor admits that The Rise of Skywalker is the character’s ultimate demise but ...

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The Star Wars Sequel Dilemma

As we all know, Disney has clarified that the “Mando-verse,” or the various Mandalorian spin-offs overseen by Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau, is leading up to the sequel trilogy. This is absolutely a mistake. Even if you like the sequel trilogy and don’t want it to be de-canonized or ...

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Matt Smith Claims His Cut Character From The Rise Of Skywalker Was a “Transformative Star Wars Story Detail”

Remember how Matt Smith was supposed to appear in The Rise of Skywalker? In an interview with the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Smith said his character was going to be a “transformative Star Wars story detail.” Sure, pal. He couldn’t name the character, which was cut from the movie before the a...

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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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Does Star Wars Need Saving?

You know, we’ve all heard a lot about toxic fandom in the past few years. Broadly, this debate (if it can even be called that) stems from the Disney Star Wars movies and whether or not you like them. Everything has been argued back and forth, from the quality of the films to the likelihood &hellip...

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