WandaVision is one of the most highly-anticipated Disney+ series simply because it seems the most intriguing. Vision is dead but this series will feature the character in a starring role. Wanda will finally be regarded as Scarlet Witch. Adult Monica Rambeau is making her MCU debut, meaning we could very well see her as the superhero she’s most famous for from the comics.
And guess what? It was supposed to arrive in 2021 but now it’s coming later this year instead. I am beyond excited! This is a surprise I definitely didn’t see coming. Thank you, Disney!
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Let’s veer away from the glaring faults of The Rise of Skywalker to appreciate the little things…like the fact that Finn is finally officially Force-sensitive! I’m so freaking happy about this development.
Finn has been one of my favorite characters from the get-go with his lovable personality and his original story in the scope of Star Wars but I immediately loved him, even more, when the idea of his Force-sensitivity was hinted at in The Force Awakens.
Rian Johnson eradicated the idea that he could be Force-sensitive in The Last Jedi when he never explored his Force-sensitivity in the film. However, it was made very clear in The Rise of Skywalker that Finn has the Force, meaning it’s very possible that we could see Finn the Jedi in the coming years, whether we’re talking about novels, comics, or yes, a future movie or Disney+ series.
Like I said before, this is where I always wanted Finn’s story to lead. To know that J.J Abrams actually gave us this nugget is truly heartening and I cannot wait to see where Finn’s story goes from here.
Are you delighted with Finn’s force-sensitivity? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.
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Denzel Washington is one of the most recognized actors for his numerous roles. He’s also one of the best actors I know and has two Oscars to boot, solidifying his status among Hollywood’s elite. For this week’s A Movie Ranking, I thought it would be best to highlight him. Enjoy!
6. The Equalizer
With a Liam Neeson-like approach on action blockbusters as an older actor, Denzel Washington plays the no-name-taking, butt-kicking Robert McCall in 2014’s The Equalizer. The movie was so successful that it would end up getting a sequel. I didn’t finish this film but it was a decent movie. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Denzel Washington
The plan. It wasn’t a good one but it was all they had. Hondo wanted to take the swoop they had used to land on the planet and drop down onto the fortress’s several turrets where they would then infiltrate the massive fortification through the windows of the building’s upper levels. But of course, the operation would take place under the cover of night.
That meant Rose had time to sit back and prepare for whatever was about to happen next. Phasma, the former Knights of Ren, and Hondo were still glossing over the strategy and she knew she should be doing the same thing but she couldn’t. There was a high chance that they could fail and then what? She would have died millions of stars away from her three children who would need her growing up. And why? This isn’t what she had signed up for!
Dying for the cause to bring the evil ONE down. That was a fate to be proud of. But dying in the urge to steal a fancy jewel for a madman with a dangerous ambition named Hondo? That was not the way she envisioned going to meet her sister again.
Finn must’ve noticed her solemnity because he eventually joined her by the natural rock formation that jutted from the cliffs. Continue reading Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Thirty-Five