‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ poster appeals to your nostalgia because the last movie was garbage
Fuck this poster and fuck Jurassic World.
Ron Howard is officially taking over directing duties for the Han Solo movie. And, man. Talk about pivoting from two interesting filmmakers to the most middle-of-the-road, inoffensive, boring-ass choice. The first two post-Lucas Star Wars offerings have een a shameless remake of the original movie, and a heavily reshot movie that cleaved far away from its director’s vision. I’m fearful Lucasfilm is straight-up afraid or unwilling to offer anything remotely fresh in a galaxy far, far away.
Sure, whatever, okay.
Citing creative differences, Lord and Miller have left the Han Solo movie. These two dudes were, quite frankly, the only reason I hate faith such a movie could be executed well. The two directors have made a career out of taking seemingly hackneyed and offensively dull premises and turning them into refreshingly subversive, and intelligent comedies. And now. Man.
I am…seriously fucking worried about this movie, and bummed.
Take this for what it’s worth. The Han Solo movie crew got their own shirts. Said shirts may reveal the official title of the film, they may not. Welcome to the echo chamber SuckDrome that is the modern internet.
Man. I didn’t really expect much from the Star Wars Battlefront II gameplay trailer. But, I was completely wrong. This trailer is the berries.
I am particularly agreeable when it comes to this new, Disney-owned Star Wars universe. So while I would love, with boner and smile alike, a Star Wars movie set outside established canon, I’m sort of accepting that won’t be coming any time soon. So, given my agreeability, can we please just be given anything but a fucking Boba Fett movie? Please?
Yeah, I know you’ve already seen these already. But! I was busy at work! So lay off! But! I want to save them for posterity. So lay off!
…cause everything must get a 16-bit remix, right?
We now have an official release date for the final movie in the *latest* Skywalker trilogy. May 24, 2019.