Why has he not done a single interview in the last 50 years?
So what's going to be the name of the Fett character in the sequel trilogy.
The prequels had Jango and the OT had Boba.
>Praised as a great villain by multiple outlets.
>Whiny, impotent beta who throws temper tantrums.
Self-serving retards say he's a good villain because he supposedly embodies the "old" Star Wars fanbase of whiny white males. I wouldn't be surprised that they wrote him to be that way, too.
DICK MOVE, SHEEV!
So, honestly, who's your favorite character?
/WHO/ WILL NOT DIE
>used her rage and anger to overpower him
That's not how you should use the force, girl.
Why did I love her so much in this scene, /tv/?
I can't explain it, she looked so fucking beautiful like this.
I wanted him to just start touching her or at least steal a quick kiss.
It might've been really awkward but I feel like there was romantic potential.
You can even kind of see it in her eyes.
Anyone else feel this way?
/tv/, I dreamed that I was old.
ITT: Actors and crew members no one hires anymore because they won't shut the fuck up about politics.
>I'm really excited about all the things I can't tell you", Johnson said, and then recommended that newcomers to Star Wars episodes four to six first, and then one to three. He argued that "storytelling-wise, four to six were constructed without the knowledge of the past", going on to say "there was something really beautiful about the prequels".
>there was something really beautiful about the prequels
Will he save Star Wars as we love it or is it too late and JJ/Disney...
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brick is juvenile redditor bait. looper is honest-to-god dog shit. there was nothing special about his episodes of breaking bad, a c-grade television (ie anti-art) show. why would he be able to save star wars?
How many movies did you see last year?
What are your plans for this one?
I am confused, so people now like the shit that was the prequels?
There's a certain level of nostalgia for them in that they perfectly encapsulate the tastelessness that defined the zeitgeist of the late 90's and early 2000's.
People like the prequels in the same sense that hipsters like acid washed overall. Not for their quality, but for the nostalgia created by them as well as the impossibility to ever recreate something like them today.