Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Even though Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has come and gone, the movie still continues to haunt Star Wars fans around the world.
John Boyega Is Over It Bruv, Airs Out Disney For Its Treatment of Diverse Characters In ‘Stars Wars’ Sequels
Boyega kept his promise that following The Rise of Skywalker's release, he would keep it one hunnit in regards to how he felt about the franchise and it's out of pocket fans by throwing shade at Disney and subtle jabs at the Star Wars sequels.
As of late, there is nothing more divisive in the movie world than a Star Wars film. Case in point, The Rise of Skywalker, the epic conclusion to Skywalker saga, is receiving mixed reactions from movie critics.
Aunties and Colt 45 drinkers were thrown for a loop when Billy Dee Williams seemingly confirmed in an interview with Esquire that he was “gender-fluid.” The actor is now refuting that and is making it clear he was totally misunderstood. He also doesn’t know what the term means.
Looks like Billy Dee Williams isn’t afraid to evolve with the times and get in touch with his softer, feminine side. In a recent Esquire interview he described himself as gender fluid and admitted that he considers himself “feminine” at times.
To celebrate the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Samsung announced on Monday (Nov.18) the release of limited edition Star Wars-themed Galaxy Note10+ smartphone.
Last night (Oct. 21) while the New England Patriots were doing it to the New York Jets with no vaseline, we were blessed with the final trailer to J.J. Abrams highly anticipated conclusion to the franchise that George Lucas built (and ultimately damaged…no shots), Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
The Skywalker portion of the Star Wars films (three trilogies, y’all) will come to its conclusion this Christmas. But as we speculate the fates of our heroes, the new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer is sure to give you all the feels.