Star Wars: The Last Jedi's star, John Boyega, thinks it would be cooler if Finn ends up being more like Boba Fett and less like a Jedi.
This is the Last Jedi movie trailer we've been waiting for.
Although the forthcoming Episode VIII is expected to answer some of the questions its predecessor left behind, some of the mysteries of old will likely endure and haunt the franchise like Anakin's Force Ghost at the end of Return of The Jedi's special edition. A cursory search for Porgs will lead you on a fantastic journey of a special brand of negativity that only a Star Wars fan can conjure and it appears that Mark Hamill has had enough of your Porg hate and has chose to step up his already strong online troll status.
Ridley also revealed that she's more at ease now playing the role of Rey in her second go in the galaxy far, far away for The Last Jedi. In the meantime, the Resistance is planning a great battle against the First Order.
Embedded below, the crimson one-sheet is essentially a rearranged version of the previous IMAX poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi - for the record, the global poster actually placed Rey over the entire cast (human and otherwise), much to the amusement of Mark Hamill. A new "Star Wars" TV series is in the works for Disney's upcoming subscription channel, which will be launched in 2019.
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OPPO F3 Plus 6GB RAM variant launched for Rs 22990
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Vodafone India Ebitda slumps 39%
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Euro zone annual growth backs ECB's tapering move
This was higher than the 2.3 percent year-on-year rate for the USA economy, which had been growing faster than the euro zone. The euro zone growth rate also exceeded that of Britain, which will leave the European Union in March 2019.