Simply the title for the upcoming Skywalker saga finale is having Star Wars fans scratching their heads about the meaning of this film because it does seem so blatant. I mean, it’s called The Rise of Skywalker for crying out loud!
With the sequel trilogy revolving around Rey many people are thinking that she may be a secret Skywalker. And then there’s the very possible chance that The Rise of Skywalker could refer to Anakin Skywalker returning from the dead but the only character that is currently alive and officially connected to the Skywalker story is Kylo Ren. And now, I think I’ve found a connection that proves The Rise of Skywalker is, at least, partly about Kylo Ren.
In both trailers for The Rise of Skywalker, we have heard Luke’s voice narrating each trailer with a few simple sentences: “We have passed on all we know. A thousand generations lives in you now. But this is your fight.”
Immediately we believe that he’s talking about Rey but I have a huge feeling this is another classic form of diversion on J.J Abrams’ part.
After momentarily losing it once seeing the D23 Special Look for The Rise of Skywalker I went on a Star Wars trailer marathon and I learned something that could be the key to an important storyline in the film. Continue reading I Think I’ve Found the Proof That ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Is About Kylo Ren
When The Lion King was re-released this year in a live-action format some big music stars signed onto the billion-dollar-grossing project, one of them being the Queen B herself, Beyonce.
As the film was coming out the buzz was all over the place for her original song featured in the movie called “Spirit” and I stayed away for a while. And then one day I decided to listen to the song on Spotify and I was utterly blown away. With a head-bumping beat, simple lyrics that are super easy to sing along with, and an inspiring message fit for The Lion King this song has grown on me big time. And the music video is just as enjoyable. Check it out.
This song needs to be nominated for an Oscar. It’s just way too good. Plus, like last year we got to see Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper perform their hit song, “Shallow” during The Oscars, I would love to see Beyonce singing “Spirit” during this year’s Oscars. It would be expectedly amazing.
Would you like to see “Spirit” get nominated for Best Original Song during this year’s Oscars? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
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Preparing for a Reconnaissance Mission
Qi’ra sat in the cockpit of Night Shade, T-38 standing to her right and Top Lieutenant Nienye standing to her left. The female pilot, Solaar, was piloting the craft. Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Sixteen
Usually, my first post of the day arrives around 10am EST but today I’m so excited to share some fun news with you that I had to write an early morning post.
Earlier this month a lightbulb went off in my brain. For so long I have wished to see the fourth film in The Dark Knight trilogy simply because SO much was being hinted at for a fourth installment; Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Robin, more Catwoman, of course, more Batman. And so it hit me. As someone who has had an absolute blast sharing my fanfiction adventures with you, I decided to take matters into my own hands and write what would be, essentially, the fourth film in The Dark Knight trilogy.
And of course, my wonderful sister was able to provide a jaw-dropping tease as to what’s to come in this phenomenal picture. Continue reading I’ve Got a New FanFiction Story Coming This September
On April 4 of this year, I wrote a post highlighting the emotional differences between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Looking back, I’m surprised at how accurate I was in predicting how much of a cry fest Endgame would end up being. So, for this week’s Throwback Friday, I thought this would be the perfect flashback post to read. Enjoy!
Avengers: Infinity War is one of the few films that I can watch over and over again and still enjoy with every single viewing. It’s ranked #60 (or at least it used to be) on IMDb’s Top #250 movies with a ranking of 8.5 out of 10 and it totally deserves it. The movie is amazing. It’s one of the easiest movies to watch multiple times because there’s so much to love about it.
We get to enjoy all of our favorite heroes. The action scenes are phenomenal. The music is amazing. The emotional levels of this film are truly stirring. And the end is just…the best.
Avengers: Infinity War is one of the greatest stories I have ever witnessed onscreen. There are comedy and suspense, riveting dialogue and romance, triumph and tragedy, all locked into a film that feels like your classic superhero movie but manages to present a shocking twist as the heroes actually end up losing to the villain, Thanos.
And that’s why Infinity War is so great!
Continue reading Throwback Friday: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Was A Fun Ride, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Is Going To Be An Emotional Rollercoaster
There is a lot of original series coming to Disney+ this November but unlike Netflix, who releases a season’s episodes all at once, Disney+ will release their original series’ episodes weekly. And that actually makes sense.
Disney+ will surely give people a chance to get the streaming service with a 7-day free trial, and if they had series that would give you all of the season’s episodes in one bang people could take advantage of the free trial, binge watch whatever they need in that week, and not ever have to pay for the streaming service, which would lose Disney millions of dollars.
Making the series’ episodes arrive weekly forces people to buy a subscription so we can stay on top of shows like The Mandalorian or The Clone Wars in February or the exciting new Marvel series coming next year.
Whatever the case, I’m excited to see these shows and eventually binge watch Star Wars Rebels on the streaming service.
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