It’s ten days away and I kind of can’t believe it. Four years ago, The Force Awakens leaped into our hearts, delivering many Star Wars fans a movie we could’ve only ever dreamed of. Now that story comes to an end in ten fingers’ time and I’m just at a loss of words, I’m so excited.
Counting down to that fateful day, here’s some fascinating poster love to get us ready for the epic Skywalker saga finale. Today we start with The Phantom Menace.
The illustrated versions of the posters are always fascinating in one way or another and this is about as cool as it gets. This is my first time seeing this poster and I am blown away. Continue reading 10 Days Away from ‘The Rise of Skywalker’!
The list of the Golden Globe nominations was released yesterday and it was clearly exciting. This is the moment I wait for all year and while this isn’t a definitive idea of what to expect for the Oscars it’s very clear that this award season is going to be stacked to the rafters with talent and arguments for each actor and actress to win the awards this season. So, with no further delay, here’s the list of Golden Globe nominations.
(I will stick to listing the movies and not the television shows.)
Best Animated Feature Film
Three animated Disney movies in the run for Best Animated Film at the Golden Globes. Which one will win? I’m guessing that Toy Story 4 will probably take home the title, considering that it was a legitimately good story with plenty of heart, as expected. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, if better, would probably be the home run favorite for the recipient of this prize. And Frozen II, while smashing box-office expectations, was said to feel a bit derivative and not unique enough to stand out. Continue reading Here is the Fascinating List of Golden Globe Nominations!
Trash was their destination. It sounded like just the place Trish would want to call home…if there was ever a chance she could settle down. But upon reaching the planet, she was beginning to refrain from wanting to live in such a place.
The planet was a putrid landscape of towering brown hills covered in the garbage under an acrid yellowish-brown sky. Pools of festering liquid of all sorts of nose-wrinkling colors dotted the disgusting wasteland. Poe directed the croaking vessel toward a small town set in the middle of the planet’s hilly terrain. The town consisted of ramshackle buildings that seemed to be built from the very garbage covering the tiny mountains.
John Skywalker was directing Poe to the landing pad when an engine fizzled out. The ship plunged from the sky, sending them weightless. Continue reading Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Fifteen