In the original trilogy, and in all the books and stuff, Stormtroopers were always white men.»
I'm into the idea that the First Order is what a remnant of the Empire calls itself, but I'm baffled by the Rebels changing their name. In thirty years they're still a resistance movement? »
Because if it weren’t mentioned then he would just be another straight character, for all intents and purposes. Likely they had to find a reason he might not be accepted as a monk and decided they might as well create some more diversity. »
The recently released clip from the movie makes it pretty clear - Pratt's character refers to it as "mutual respect," disagreeing with the characterization that they've been trained or tamed. »
Wait so is Godzilla going to Dante's Hell? Is this Godzilla about to plow through a hurricane of lustful souls? »
- To look cool.
- To cover an unsightly circuit board.
- To use as a blanket whilst dreaming of electric sheep. »
The way to do this, of course, would be to out the Joker in a situation where he is limited and likely up against himself or a clever villain. You can't put him up against Batman, because we need to root for him - in fact, if Batman is a limiting factor, the film becomes about the Joker trying to accomplish something… »
Just because they actually plan to follow through with it doesn't mean they're not pranking the hell out of Disney. »
Yes, but that material is all on the table to reincorporated as the new EU gets rebuilt. So there's no reason Thrawn can't show up again - and frankly I think it'd be silly not to hang on to the favorites in some form. »