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I did watch the Lego star wars game play through that explains how he got his red arm.
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http://instagr.am/p/BVDfTZOlaN7
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I want to be friends with them
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Stache game is on point.
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I literally heard "Hello, what have we here?" looking at Glover's face.
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Honest question:

How many of you could look totally dope rocking a Donald Duck shirt?

Glover is cool AF.
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I just looked at YouTube and saw that they'd put up the latest trailer for Battlefront II. I skipped on the first, but the last bit of the trailer has some new stuff that looks to be from the campaign. Which may have convinced me to buy it just to play through the story.


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AliasMan02 said:

Honest question:

How many of you could look totally dope rocking a Donald Duck shirt?

Glover is cool AF.


I believe Donald Glover just calls him Duck
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jabberwalkie09 said:

I just looked at YouTube and saw that they'd put up the latest trailer for Battlefront II. I skipped on the first, but the last bit of the trailer has some new stuff that looks to be from the campaign. Which may have convinced me to buy it just to play through the story.





I'll take a campaign, even if the only option is Empire.

All I want is a skirmish mode for every multiplayer game type.
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We as an audience shouldn't even be "worrying" about IX yet, we haven't even seen VIII! That's a clickbait over-reactionary critic.
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There is pretty much no chance Disney will let it suck
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If the mouse here worried about him, they'll just push him out.
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Book of Henry must be truly awful.
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We've talked about this before, but I would really like to know what Disney saw in Trevorrow to give him such a huge job. Yes Jurassic World made a ton of money, but I don't think anybody really thought it was a cinematic achievement. While Rian Johnson didn't have a big resume, his credits were high quality & widely respected.

TCTTS: do you think it's too late in the process for Disney to pull the plug on Trevorrow? I think they start production in January.
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Saul Goodman said:

We've talked about this before, but I would really like to know what Disney saw in Trevorrow to give him such a huge job. Yes Jurassic World made a ton of money, but I don't think anybody really thought it was a cinematic achievement. While Rian Johnson didn't have a big resume, his credits were high quality & widely respected.

TCTTS: do you think it's too late in the process for Disney to pull the plug on Trevorrow? I think they start production in January.


To be fair, I wouldn't consider ANY of the star wars movies to be cinematic achievements either. The original trilogy was groundbreaking in special effects and was really fun to watch. Jurassic world wasn't groundbreaking like Jurassic Park, but it was definitely fun.
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I get what you're saying, and that's probably how Disney looked at it. My personal preference though is for these movies to be a bit more. Similar to Nolan's execution of the Batman trilogy vs. the run-of-the-mill comic book movies.
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Think Spielberg would do IX if CT is out?
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Saul Goodman said:

We've talked about this before, but I would really like to know what Disney saw in Trevorrow to give him such a huge job. Yes Jurassic World made a ton of money, but I don't think anybody really thought it was a cinematic achievement. While Rian Johnson didn't have a big resume, his credits were high quality & widely respected.

TCTTS: do you think it's too late in the process for Disney to pull the plug on Trevorrow? I think they start production in January.
Yea, I was worried as soon as it was announced he would direct a Star Wars movie. Jurassic World was everything that is wrong with big budget hollywood movies. It was dreadful (IMO). No soul, just cookie cutter eye porn with 0 charisma or style. I just hope he's given plenty of 'help' for Star Wars.
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Exactly how I felt about Jurassic World. I'm a huge hater.
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If they are going to change directors for IX, I'd like to see Gareth Edwards jump back in. R1 looked, sounded, and felt more like Star Wars than anything since the OT.
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Trevorrow has been developing Episode IX since August 2015. And that includes what sounds like a major rewrite after Fisher died in December. With that much time and effort put into this thing so far, and with shooting set to begin in January, I just don't see how'd they'd ever replace him. They would have to do so in the next couple of months for it to be even possible, and even then, I don't think bad reviews on his latest are anywhere near enough to justify such an action. For better or worse, we're likely stuck with Trevorrow to conclude the trilogy.
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M.C. Swag said:

Saul Goodman said:

We've talked about this before, but I would really like to know what Disney saw in Trevorrow to give him such a huge job. Yes Jurassic World made a ton of money, but I don't think anybody really thought it was a cinematic achievement. While Rian Johnson didn't have a big resume, his credits were high quality & widely respected.

TCTTS: do you think it's too late in the process for Disney to pull the plug on Trevorrow? I think they start production in January.
Yea, I was worried as soon as it was announced he would direct a Star Wars movie. Jurassic World was everything that is wrong with big budget hollywood movies. It was dreadful (IMO). No soul, just cookie cutter eye porn with 0 charisma or style. I just hope he's given plenty of 'help' for Star Wars.
I'd argue that it did have some heart, but that's about 96% due to one ridiculously likeable lead.

It's a fun popcorn flick, but certainly not a great film by any means.
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I'm relatively certain that IX will be a huge ensemble adventure that takes us into a new part of the galaxy. Episode IX may well be the end of Phase I of the Star Wars universe, to use the Marvel parlance. With that mindset, I understand the CT hiring after the success of JW.
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I want this

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I'm not a big movie memorabilia/merchandise guy, but damn that would be an awesome shirt to own.
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If R1's re-shoots and rearrangements of the third act has taught us anything it is to trust its producers and even more so editors.
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Just got this in an email. My local theater. Should I go heckle/grill him?

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TexasAggie_02 said:

Saul Goodman said:

We've talked about this before, but I would really like to know what Disney saw in Trevorrow to give him such a huge job. Yes Jurassic World made a ton of money, but I don't think anybody really thought it was a cinematic achievement. While Rian Johnson didn't have a big resume, his credits were high quality & widely respected.

TCTTS: do you think it's too late in the process for Disney to pull the plug on Trevorrow? I think they start production in January.


To be fair, I wouldn't consider ANY of the star wars movies to be cinematic achievements either. The original trilogy was groundbreaking in special effects and was really fun to watch. Jurassic world wasn't groundbreaking like Jurassic Park, but it was definitely fun.
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So we're just going to pretend that Book of Henry is crap because he was too busy planning IX to care, right?

Signed,
All of us who sat through the prequels thinking "yeah, but the next one will be good!"
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TCTTS said:

Just got this in an email. My local theater. Should I go heckle/grill him?


Just go and ask exclusively Star Wars questions.

"A critic said Episode IV will suck because this movie was terrible. True or false?"
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