>Denis Lawson, who played Wedge Antilles in the original trilogy, was asked to reprise his role, but declined, stating that it would have "bored" him.
Why would a literal nobody turn down millions of dollars?
Non-wonder woman edition
I might be a bit of a simpleton, but I fucking love flamethrowers, /tv/.
Aside from Predator and End of Evangelion, I can't really think of any movies that feature them in action - even if only momentarily.
Do any recommendations jump out at you guys?
It's the best movie since Empire
[/spoiler]Tell me why it's shit
It isn't shit, it's just not great. It's a safely made manufactured Disneyfied rehash of ANH. A 7.5/10 film that does not break any boundaries, merely entertains as a casual fan serviced entry into the franchise.
Do they follow a script?
When is it going to be released?
Just binge watched pic related. What did I think of it?
I watched in all in one showing as opposed to attending a few different screenings over the course of a week or two. It's a little boring sitting there for 2 hours but saves a lot of money.
>With just the single-day numbers from Friday and Thursday previews, The Force Awakens has already taken over the all-time December opening weekend record from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey which stood at $84.6 million
>The movie has crossed $250 million worldwide in just 3 days from wednesday to friday
>It is now almost a certainty that The Force Awakens will get the new opening weekend record, with Analysts predicting an opening weekend ranging from $235-307 million
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>humor is decent
>makes fun of SJWs
>decently interesting episodes
>MC is cute as fuck
The first couple episodes fell pretty flat but the show is really starting to pick up. Who else thought this was going to be trash but was pleasantly surprised?
I'm surprised by Major.
I thought he'll be a typical chad, but he's actually a real bro
What did this scene symbolize?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA BLUNDER OF CENTURY HAHAHAHAHAHA YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT UP
If I go to see star wars today. Will ther be big lines?
I live in downtown toronto. Do you think there will be long waits and no seats except uncomfortable front row seats?
>If I go to see star wars today. Will ther be big lines?
>I live in downtown toronto. Do you think there will be long waits and no seats except uncomfortable front row seats?
Without a doubt.
ITT: Scenes you need explained
Anyone watching anything that's not Star Wars? Saw this last night and loved it - aside from the acting, excellent score, costuming and photography and is a pleb-friendly sub-two-hours.