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Who thinks Kylo Ren will be a bad ass in The Last Jedi?

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Somebody sent me this video of Count Dooku in battlefront. I didn't even know that Dooku could be in Battlefront? How is this possible who made this mod tag em I must know lol???
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Which month did you get? (Via : @starwarspride)

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Nobody Likes a Snitch. Revenge of the Sith (2005). Star Wars (1977). In the Mos Eisley spaceport, Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi walk to the docking bay to leave for Alderaan when a long-snouted alien spots them and quietly alerts Imperial Stormtroopers to the location of the heroes (Rebels). On the planet Utapau, Obi-Wan Kenobi arrives looking for General Grievous when a tall, lanky alien secretly gives him the location of the villains (Separatists). Minutes later, both films cut to an establishing shot of a spherical-shaped base, then to a villainous leader, standing with his back to the camera and his hand(s) behind his back. In the ensuing scene on the Death Star, Governor Tarkin threatens to destroy Alderaan unless Princess Leia reveals the location of the Rebels’ hidden base. A defiant Leia says, “The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more star systems will slip through your fingers.” In the scene on Utapau, Grievous warns the Separatist leaders that the Republic will soon discover their secret base so they must go to Mustafar where they’ll be safe. Two lines of dialogue echo Leia’s line:
NUTE GUNRAY: Safe? Chancellor Palpatine managed to escape your grip, General, without Count Dooku. I have doubts about your ability to keep us safe.
GENERAL GRIEVOUS: Be thankful, Viceroy, you have not found yourself in my grip.
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Say no to death sticks kids... so sad

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WHY YOU CAN'T BLAME LUCASFILM FOR BEING PICKY WHEN IT COMES TO THE FUTURE OF THE STAR WARS FRANCHISE.
It has been a somewhat tumultuous year for Lucasfilm. In production terms, execution of future instalments of the Star Wars universe have been what some may describe as 'troubled'. Right now, there is a lot of media attention surrounding both Lucasfilm and Kathleen Kennedy, regarding the departure of yet another director from a Star Wars project.
The sudden dismissal of Colin Trevorrow from Star Wars : Episode IX, comes not long after the shock announcement earlier this summer, that Phil Lord & Chris Miller had been removed from Han Solo: A Star Wars Story. Rewind a year, and Lucasfilm was again hitting headlines, when it was revealed that Gareth Edwards' Star Wars standalone 'Rogue One', required extensive reshoots and a new editor to step on board to work alongside Edwards, overseeing the final cut of the film. As it happens, 'Rogue One', the first of several planned anthology films set outside of the traditional saga episodes, was both a critical and box office success, succeeding the nervous expectations of fans.
However, people have begun to question exactly what is going on behind studio doors. Have mega-studio's Disney and Lucasfilm merged to create their OWN Empire? Has democracy been abolished at the hand of Emperor Kennedy?
Some have suggested that this shows an unwillingness from Lucasfilm to allow license for freedom or risk taking from their creative team. The reality is, the stakes are just way too high for any of these movies to be a flop. I don't think it's a question of Lucasfilm not wanting to allow creative freedom, otherwise they wouldn't have opened up the opportunity for these films to be directed by non-mainstream directors in the first place.
The obvious thing would have been to hire Hollywood veterans right from the start. It simply comes down to Star Wars being too precious a property to mess up and not get exactly right, not just from a financial point of view, but for the legions of fans that live and die the franchise and have made it what it is today. (PART 1/3)

Creativity is the greatest form of rebellion ⚡👽🎨

Is it possible that we could see Force ghost Luke in a future Star Wars movie? 🤔
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Who thinks Kylo Ren will be a bad ass in The Last Jedi?

#starwars #thelastjedi #kyloren

I'll always love the original battlefront, but this new one is looking good.

They finally put their differences aside.

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