Welcome to another episode of Fantastic Fourplay. This time around 4 of us get together and discuss the newest Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi.
As usual we have no clue as to what we are talking about but we never let that stop us.
Welcome to the final FF recording of 2017. Fillmore is jet setting across the world and could not join us this time. Please join Shawn, John, Derek and Wayne as they discuss the box office of Justice League which is considered a failure, The Mouse’s plan for world domination and the panning of The Last Jedi.
Rey develops her newly discovered abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker, who is unsettled by the strength of her powers. Meanwhile, the Resistance prepares to do battle with the First Order. – (Source)
Ah, the STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL. It is something that stirs angry feelings of resentment and revulsion in diehard Star Wars fans while to others it is just a reminder of how the TV landscape in the 1970s was a truly kooky time where anyone and everything seemed to be ripe to be given a variety show. And while I certainly do admit that the special was a horror show with some truly terrible parts (like the fact that the Life Day ceremony looked like a Glamour Shots photo), I also have some pretty fond memories of certain things that I actually enjoyed (for any number of reasons from thinking it was unintentionally hilarious to my own innate love of kitsch and camp). And it is with the holiday spirit in mind and a desire to be nice and not naughty that I compiled this little list of the 5 things I love about the STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL.
An admission, I am a much bigger Star Trek fan than I am a Star Wars one…I love Star Wars but not as much as I love Trek. However, I am extremely excited to see what someone besides George Lucas will do with Star Wars and I have confidence that JJ Abrams will give us something fun and interesting especially based off of this latest trailer that just knocked my socks off.
Japanese toy company Tamashii Nations have released images of their upcoming wave of Star Wars figures and in this batch of coolness were the Samurai Stormtroopers that will be released (only in Japan though…bummer) next year.
These minimalist watercolor interpretations of some of the most beloved of George Lucas’ characters are really cool. You can purchase these and other really amazing works of art from the artists website, Blule. Click the jump to see more of her work.