Yesterday there was a certain piece of art that I really wanted to share but it wasn’t on the internet yet so I couldn’t include it in my Fan Art Wednesday piece. But, it was so cool, I’m sharing it today. Take a look.
The piece, mirroring these impactful moments in Anakin/Vader’s journeys, depicts the last words Obi-Wan and Ahsoka said to him before their individual battles begun.
What I love about this piece so much is how it bluntly reveals the stark parallels in color schemes between these two iconic Star Wars moments. Each scene melds into the other in a profoundly beautiful way and honestly…I can’t get enough of this. Beautiful.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day. May the Force be with you.
Keira Knightley is a distinct actress who I happen to know thanks to her role as Elizabeth Swann in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. I would love for her to one day maybe play a villainess in a Marvel movie or to return to the Star Wars franchise as a cool new character. But whatever the case, for this week’s A Movie Ranking I thought it would be fun to highlight her. Enjoy!
5. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales
This movie is terrible. I tried to watch it for a third time sometime last year and I couldn’t make it an hour into the film. Keira Knightley plays a cameo role in the film at the movie’s end in a touching reunion between her and Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and while that was nice it’s a shame this film couldn’t be better. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Keira Knightley→
The ending of The Clone Wars was absolutely incredible. It delivered a profoundly emotional conclusion that had people choking up and wide-eyed around the world.
This ending gave us a semi-conclusion that was ultimately heartbreaking but I noticed something that I’m not certain many people figured out.
At the conclusion of the four-episode extravaganza, we see Darth Vader find the very site that Ahsoka had once been at years before. Overhead, an owl can be seen flying. An owl that is synonymous with Ahsoka in Rebels as it travels with her.
Darth Vader has his classic red eyes which he only has during A New Hope. Rebels end around the same time so…does that mean Darth Vader was hunting for Ahsoka during the years that comprised the original trilogy? What new stories can be told through those years? Will we learn of Ahsoka’s staff that we saw in her possession at the end of Star Wars: Rebels and what secrets it potentially holds? What new obstacles will she have to overcome? Were there any other moments where she was forced to face Vader?
There are so many possibilities that final scene in The Clone Wars could’ve presented and I wouldn’t be surprised if even maybe the rumored live-action Ahsoka Disney+ series maybe dealt with this story. If so, that would be amazing.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a great day. May the Force be with you.