We kicked off this week of news with the huge announcement that Ben Affleck will play as Batman followed up by a fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie in the works, the next Star Wars film being shot in 35mm, an actress throws in her bid to play as Harley Quinn on screen, and the new XCOM game coming out!
I sit down and chat with Rev3’s own Max Scoville about The Comedy Button, raccoons, and Marvel vs Star Wars!
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This week’s Roundtable goes over a whole new slew of topics including how indie developer Phil Fish erupted on Twitter, Ryan Gosling and Zac Efron auditioning for Star Wars: Episode VII, and a new Batman potentially being cast!
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Emmett Williams is back with another movie review! This time, he looks back at the final entry in the original Star Wars trilogy. If you would like to contribute a review, article, opinion piece, video, or anything else having to do with geek media, just follow the instructions here!
I’m fully certain that everyone already knows the plot of The Return of the Jedi, so I’m not going to waste time avoiding spoilers or retreading the plot of a 30-year old movie.
I most likely won’t be able to make it to the cinema this week, which is why, for the sake of consistency, I’m doing my best to deliver a retro movie review. Why Star Wars? It was requested.
LucasArts may be out of the picture but that doesn’t mean parent company Disney has forgotten about making Star Wars video games. By the power of Electronic Arts, we could see some titles in the future that fans can be proud to play. I get into more detail about this in the video below!
As the Star Wars rumors come flooding in, a lot of fans wonder what an entry in the series would be like without a Skywalker present. In hopes to bringing the franchise back to its roots, we may not have to wonder much longer.
It’s still up in the air what the story in Star Wars: Episode VII will be about or which characters it will even focus on. Will it borrow at all from the novels or be its own thing with whole new characters? If the latest words from Mark Hamill are any indication, we may see Luke back in action in a role very reminiscent to Obi-Wan Kenobi in the original trilogy.
With the next era of Star Wars movies coming upon us, there’s bound to be rumors thrown left and right on what or even who to expect. Until we have some official proof, we can take what the likes of Mark Hamill and George Lucas have to say with a grain of salt. Samuel L. Jackson though? Oh, you best believe we’re listening!