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Boba Fett looks to have a season 2 coming

The recent series which is available on Disney plus has been a hit with Star war fans and other film fans across the globe due to how big the series has recently become. Some Star Wars fan bases have been laying bets on if the series will do a second season or not with non gamstop UK casinos at sitesnotongamstop.com being visited often by the fan base. More details will be stated below on how the series has been a hit amongst Star Wars fans and how a season 2 will be better than the first one. The first season The first season of Boba Fett was action-packed and followed on by other Star Wars series that is available on Disney plus for us to watch. Many battles and fights take place within the first season showcasing the follow on from the Mandalorian series which was also a big hit…

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Best 6 Movies Ever for Women

There are many excellent films for women. They open the door to personalities moving in and staying eternally in your heart. The films on our list of the finest movies for women are the cream of the crop. These flicks are ideal for a girls’ movie marathon and include action pictures, bridal films, and rom-coms. If you’re looking for a movie to see with your girlfriends, this list has them all.  Fargo “Fargo,” the picture noir/comedy involving Brainerd, Minnesota, and a sequence of events gone astray, is usually spoken about in hushed, reverent tones by Coen Brothers admirers. Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy) hires two men to abduct his wife for a ransom payment. Police Chief Marge Gunderson tries to solve the crime as the plane breaks apart. It’s one of McDormand’s best plays, as she leverages the conventional “Minnesota nice” to get the truth from Jerry. Despite being entirely…

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Relax. Boba will survive, and he will almost certainly get another season

I’ll be fair, I’ve had my criticisms of this show (see my profile for an earlier post of what I wanted). Not everything was going to be executed properly, just because, unlike the Mandalorian, Boba has a history with the fanbase – and so creative liberty is stifled a bit. But I’ve seen some crazy theories about how Disney’s ruining the character and such. That’s just not true. They’re setting Boba up to transition from being a lone wolf into a leader. Something like how the Mandalorian had to go from a lone wolf to a father figure. So a couple points: Boba isn’t going to die. His visions obviously mean something that’s been unanswered so far in the show. The show writers have them in there for a reason. I feel like once we know that, we’ll know a lot more about where this is going. But if legends…

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Discussion: Boba Fett’s Memory in EP 4

There’s been a lot of complaining that our hero believed his armor was still in the sarlacc’s belly when we, the audience, saw very clearly in flashback that Boba escaped wearing his armor and was semi-conscious when the Jawas came to rob him. How can Boba not remember? He was awake! There’s no way to sugarcoat this: if you believe this is a matter of bad writing, you’re startlingly ignorant of reality and thus, the implied insult against the many victims of this kind of traumatic memory loss might be forgiven. Even if we haven’t experienced it directly, I suspect virtually all of us who live in countries where drinking is normal are familiar with people we’ve known blacking out memories from drinking too much. Boba endured a hell of a lot more than a few drinks too many. Car accidents and similar types of incidents that involve physical trauma…

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Discussion: The Book of Boba Fett’s theme would be better with Mandalorian lyrics

Let me say first that I absolutely LOVE Ludwig Göransson’s work on the Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. He perfectly captures the tribal and dark undertones of the Mandalorian culture and knocks it out of the park with Boba Fett’s theme in the Mandalorian, his theme being a harsher and more ominous version of Mando’s more noble, heroic theme. It’s SO good and I wouldn’t change a thing about either theme. However…I feel like there was a missed opportunity with the Book of Boba Fett’s theme. Don’t get me wrong, the one we have now that plays over the title card and end credits is REALLY good. I love how it starts out really ominous before becoming more heroic before falling back into that initial ominousness to show how even though Boba isn’t a ruthless bounty hunter anymore and that he’s softer now, there’s still a reason why…

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Discussion: Book of Boba Fett Ep. 1-4

I’ve agreed with a lot of the shade thrown at the show. After all, no one hates Star Wars more than Star Wars fans – amirite? But today I think I finally was able to put my finger on what unites all of us: the flashback scenes have been better than the “present day” story. Fans seem to agree that the Tusken Raider backstory has been excellent. It has added depth to both Boba Fett and the sand people, and we’ve gotten some really great scenes like escaping the sarlaac pit, the train heist, getting back Slave I, and others. The present day crime lord story seems to have fared less favorably. We got a weird slo-mo chase scene with Power Rangers, an odd fight sequence with Black Krrsantan, and overall a Boba Fett that is a lot more passive than what many fans want to see. With the droid’s…

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Book of Boba Fett: Thoughts on the negativity toward Episode 3.

This episode has caused quite a stir in the fanbase. Ultimately I get why people are upset. Whilst you should never have to perform mental gymnastics to make sense of something. I do think that there are ways of making these things understandable with just a little thought. Work: They just joined Boba in an instant without thought: The thing is though desperate people will do anything if it means work. Besides they’re no doubt gonna cause trouble if you don’t control them. Why risk being enemies when you can turn them into an asset by hiring them? Punk kids with scooters: Often called 1970’s Vespas as I’ve seen people call them. Comments have been made they would fit more on Coruscant. Well these street kids could very well be from Coruscant or somewhere similar where they’re speeder and dress sense fit in or perhaps at least bear resemblance to…

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A ‘Mandalorian’ Movie? Pedro Pascal and Jon Favreau Talk the Future of the Newest ‘Star Wars’ Franchise

People love The Mandalorian. Well, they love “Baby Yoda”- that’s for sure. While The Child may have made it to mainstream audiences, Star Wars fans are really into the entire package. The Mandalorian gives us the story, the acting, the grittiness, and the Star Wars feel that many wish had been captured better in the recent latest films. Season 2 of the popular show wrapped up filming right before the Covid-19 pandemic hit the world, and soon filming will resume for Season 3. But could there be a Mandalorian movie? See this post on Variety.com for more from Pedro Pascal and Jon Favreau on the future of The Mandalorian and the potential for a movie: “The line is blurring now,” said Favreau. “Things that you would have only seen in the movie theater, you’re seeing on streaming, and I think it could go the other way as well.” Whether that…

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Ahsoka Standalone ‘Star Wars’ Series Coming to Disney+

Fans of Ahsoka are going to be very excited about this one. I know I am! There have been a lot of delays and cancelations happening in the entertainment sector these days, due to a global pandemic. But there’s one thing we can all look forward to. Great news coming out of a somewhat bleak month, Disney announced they had cast Rosario Dawson to play a live-action version of Ahsoka Tano, previously only a Clone Wars and Rebels animated character, to guest star in the upcoming second season of The Mandalorian. And since then, we’ve heard rumors that this is really a backdoor pilot for a standalone Ahsoka series that will star Dawson, to run on Disney+. This would be a great way to introduce the character with a tie-in and create hype before releasing her own series later. And we’re all about that! She’s an amazing start with over 112 acting credits to her name, including…

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Rumored Star Wars Actors for New Netflix Show

Star Wars: The Old Republic is one of the best Star Wars games to date. You know we love it and we know our readers love it. Now what if there was a new show set in the Old Republic era? Netflix wants to bring us just that. Almost 200,000 fans have petitioned to Disney via Change.org for an “Old Republic Era” TV series and it seems like Disney is taking notice. According to the recent scoop from Hollywood Reporter, Ted Sarandos (Chief Content Officer) at Netflix had some initial talks on this subject with Disney. The rumor says there are even some great scripts they are going through to see if the series would be a good fit. It’s definitely something exciting that we plan to follow to see what happens with it. We still have no idea if it’s actually going to be a thing (here’s hoping) but Entertain-O-Rama has…

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Will A Legends Fan Favorite Appear on “Star Wars Rebels”?

There is an interesting rumor floating around about “Star Wars Rebels”“. Being that I am a fan of the animated series, I am curious if there is any truth to this rumor. So before we get into it, be warned there might be some spoilers in this post. Avert yourself now if you’re not up to speed on Star Wars Rebels. StarWarsMaking.net has the scoop: “I have heard that in Season 3 of Star Wars Rebels we will be introduced to none other than the original blue guy himself, Grand Admiral Thrawn from Heir to the Empire. From the sound of things, we’re going to see Thrawn as the tactical genius of capital starship warfare he was to Expanded Universe readers in the ’90s. However, this time he will be using his evil brand of genius against the the heroes of the starship Ghost.  The future of Star Wars Rebels will also feature an Ezra…

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A New Season of the Clone Wars Approaches

USA Today covered the news of a new season of the Clone Wars in a piece called Admiral Ackbar stars in animated ‘Star Wars’ that gives us some really good info about the upcoming episodes and what it’s all about. Star Wars fans far and wide can get excited about this news. A snippet from the USA Today report: “The military amphibian from Return of the Jedi appears in the fourth-season premiere of Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Friday night (8 p.m. ET/PT), although he’s a bit younger than he has been seen before. He’s just Captain Ackbar during the Clone Wars, which happen decades before he leads the Rebel Alliance’s assault on the second Death Star.” The USA Today report mostly focuses on Admiral Ackbar and his return to the series but they also mention Bo-Katan who Katee Sackhoff will be voicing later in the season….

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Producer Rick McCallum Hints At Star Wars TV Series Details

More news on upcoming Star Wars TV projects, as producer and long-term George Lucas collaborator Rick McCallum has given up some details to Czech Position about the long-awaited and hotly-anticipated live-action TV series. First up McCallum said that the show is likely to be shot at least in part in the Czech Republic, following on from “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles” TV series, which was also partly shot in Prague and the upcoming Red Tails, which was mostly shot in the Czech Republic with a local crew. He then got into some more exciting territory, giving a little more info on the expected ETA for the project: The TV series is on hold, but that has nothing to do with the Czech Republic; it has to do with [the episodes being] so ambitious. We have 50 hours of third-draft scripts, but the problem we have is there is a lot…

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