Every piece of information we have about episode VIII right now
• Benicio Del Toro appears to be playing someone high up in the criminal underworld.
• Laura Dern appears to be playing a New Republic official with a really weird appearance.
• Kelly Marie Tran appears to be playing a Resistance operative of some kind.
• Finn wakes up from his coma and heals quickly enough to go back out into the field in a relatively short time.
• Finn meets up with Kelly Marie Tran’s character; while they are both present in a ship’s hangar, Finn gets into a melee duel with a Stormtrooper who fights like a better-equipped version of FN-2199.
• Finn gets into a Stormtrooper disguise at one point. Tom Hardy cameos as a Stormtrooper and addresses Finn, who fears that he’s been found out. The trooper then apparently slaps Finn on the ass and tells him to keep up the good work.
• At some point in the movie, Leia is incapacitated and is left comatose; once this happens, Laura Dern’s character takes control in her absence. Poe Dameron gets into a tense scene with her, organizing what appears to be a coup.
• Benicio Del Toro’s character is apparently met on the planet represented by Dubrovnik.
• Kylo Ren and his Knights crash-land on Ahch-To. He gets a rematch with Rey. In the meantime, Luke has the a moment where he completely wrecks all of Kylo Ren’s cronies without using his lightsaber; it sounds like the heroic equivalent of what Darth Vader does at the end of Rogue One. This scene actually happens a lot earlier in the movie than you would think it would I believe it’s in the first half of the movie rather than the very end.
• Captain Phasma will have larger role this time around.
The angst-ridden cartoons of
Daniel Clowes have been the basis of two feature films: Ghost World in 2001 and
Art School Confidential in 2006. Now comes Wilson, which Clowes adapted from
his book of comics about a middle-aged misanthrope, played onscreen by Woody
Harrelson. The film also stars Laura Dern and Judy Greer. Critic David
“The question about Wilson the movie is, ‘Will you enjoy spending time with such an abrasive protagonist?’ I did. I was predisposed by my love of Daniel Clowes’s graphic novel, a series of one-page, old-fashioned comic strips like Peanuts, the difference being the main character’s foul temperament and language. Clowes wrote the screenplay and was smart enough to fill out other characters and provide a fairly strong narrative: After Wilson’s father dies without ever giving his son what Wilson craves—unconditional love—Wilson discovers that the child he thought his ex-wife aborted was put up for adoption. She lives, she’s 16, and Wilson wants to find her.”
<b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Me yesterday:</b> I love Guardians of the Galaxy!! Space is the new frontier. Did you see Baby Groot?! 😍😍😍<p/><b></b> *watches the Logan trailer once*<p/><b>Me, sitting in a saloon, drinking whiskey wearing my worn out cowboy boots while chewing wheat:</b> What's a space? Everything is meaningless.<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>