Hopefully not. But if you want a really good taste of what we “missed” out on, watch the video after the break. Rey’s vision truly becomes a nightmare.
You don’t care what I have to say, watch the new trailer after the break!
But that doesn’t take away from it being so damn good. After the break see the guys at Honest Trailers compare the latest Star Wars with the original classic.
Back in December I posted an episode of Super Power Beat Down which featured everyone’s favorite Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man versus that dastardly Dark Lord of the Sith: Darth Maul. I know you all watched it.
Creators batinthesun have released an alternate ending to that battle, as they often do. You can watch it after the cut. And keep an eye out for a very cool cameo.
Unlike many of my fellow geeks here, I’ve never gotten into the Lego video games. I’ve tried a few demos and I own one of the Marvel Super Hero ones, but have barely played it. Maybe one day I’ll get back at it, but I have so many games I want to play that I’ll never get to as is, so who knows.
Regardless, news leaked and then became official today that a new Lego Star Wars game would be available on June 28th. Not only will gamers will be able to relive the events of The Force Awakens, but the game will also feature story that fills in continuity gaps between Return of the Jedi and TFA. That is causing quite a stir online, but really it isn’t much more than they’ve done with the novels and comic books that bear this logo:
Still a cool move by Lego and Star Wars, and you can check out the entertaining game announcement trailer after the jump.
Outside of one 8 year old kid, the interwebs are pretty happy about the fact that Deadpool is rated R. Because we’re a bunch of bloodthirsty, sex-craved heathens. Yes, surprisingly, that doesn’t just apply to Watson. So of course we wish that we could go back in time and re-imagine Star Wars as a Grindhouse film. While we can’t do that (Ryan keeps hogging the time machine to go back and watch Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark on Broadway), we can watch the trailer for that R-Rated Grindhouse version of Star Wars after the cut.
This might become more relevant if the already delayed Episode VIII ever comes out and you need a refresher of just what happened in Episode VII. After the cut, an animated recap of The Force Awakens that you can watch during a commercial break of your favorite program. (Do people still watch commericals?)
If you enjoyed SNL’s Undercover Boss: Starkiller Base sketch, be sure to check out some bloopers and outtakes after the cut.
Fans of Star Wars, Jedi, strong female characters and impressively made fan films should check out Kara after the break.
I find the quality of some fan films, particularly the visual effects very surprising. I have no idea what budget these things have, but their ability to often pull off starships and super powers is amazing.
After the break, a recent impressive Star Wars fan film. It’s a bit light on effects, but it looks great and continues the story on Hoth following the attack in Empire Strikes Back.