In observation of the one year release of The Last Jedi, the members of the Star Wars Shadow Council recall our reactions to the movie and how our views have changed over the past year. In part II, we look remember our first reactions to seeing the movie.
Much has been made about the validity (or lack thereof) regarding Rey’s familial “reveal” in The Last Jedi. Recently, we discussed the transcription of The Last Jedi script, made available at the Academy’s Margaret Herrick Library, which indicates Rey is speaking her greatest fear, not necessarily the truth:
Compiled by robotical712 with help from conn8d
Fans have debated how much of a plan Lucasfilm has since Canon began. Based on statements from Rian Johnson and a couple of others, many fans have concluded LFL doesn’t have any kind of long term roadmap or plan. In the first part we present the various comments from those involved in the story creation process indicating there is in fact a plan.
It’s bots, BOTS, I tell you. Russian ones at that. (Frickin’ Russians). Could it all really be so simple?
Hold your horses…or should I say fathiers? Continue reading The Last Jedi: Discourse, Data, and Clickbait
Despite having no new film coming out this December, there was still plenty of Star Wars to be found at San Diego Comic Con last week, both officially and unofficially. (Though not Mark Hamill, despite rumors to the contrary.)
We’re pleased to announce Ken Liu, the author of Legends of Luke Skywalker and the From A Certain Point of View short ‘The Sith of Datawork’, has been interviewed by the Star Wars Shadow Council’s very own Needs_More_Sprinkles! Stay tuned for the interview, coming soon!