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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 Last Jedi | Laura Dern tells as much as she can about Star Wars


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 Edelstein says:

“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.”

  • <p> <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>