I don’t actually hate Boba Fett, but he just never does anything remotely interesting to justify the adulation he gets, and he’s kinda whiny in tcw. Honestly, the only time I care about him is in aotc

That said, I’d absolutely be down for a Boba Fett movie, assuming they actually cast someone Maori, but I’d probably complain about the plot no matter what they did, because there are so many directions they could take it that would be terrible


Anakin and Padme were reunited today at Star Wars Weekends. ;)


Miss Lane cosplaying as Padme Amidala for Star Wars Weekends today at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. She was slightly smitten with Anakin, damn those bad boys!  

(and thanks to Adriana for capturing the first pic!)

Obi Wan failed as a padawan, because he couldn’t help his master, when he needed him.

Obi Wan failed as a lover, because the woman he loved was killed and he couldn’t do anything about it, but watch.

Obi Wan failed as a jedi council member, because Ahsoka left and he didn’t do anything about it.

Obi Wan failed as a master, because his former padawan turned to the dark side.

Obi Wan failed as a friend, because Padme, the one he was suppoded to protect, died in childbirth, and he wasn’t able to do anything to prevent it.

Understand me well - I’m not saying he was responsible for any of it, but just imagine how he must have felt. I’m sure he blamed himself for the rest of his life.

It seems like too much pain for one human. And somehow he still managed to find the power in him to train Luke. 

Star Wars Explained Badly

Episode I: Two men win young boy in a bet, new character seeks to destroy beloved franchise.  

Episode II: Politician thinks she has made a terrible mistake as she realizes her boyfriend is a fascist. 

Episode III: Young man has a nightmare, slaughters many children.

Episode IV: Farmboy is recruited by an extremist group, a religious fanatic, and 2 gay robots to commit an act of terrorism. 

Episode V: Frog tricks boy into trying to kill his father.

Episode VI: Empire defeated by human-eating teddy bears, a man commits murder while his son watches.

Episode VII: A girl must deal with a melodramatic angsty teenager, proceeds to have a 30 second staring contest with an old man.