The initial reaction to the news that Rian Johnson‘s upcoming Star Wars movie would be titled Star Wars: The Last Jedi went something like this: “Ooh. That’s a cool title! But what does it mean? Who is the last Jedi? Is it Luke? Is it...Show More Summary
Rian Johnson took to Twitter on Wednesday not just to confirm that he would be attending the Star Wars Celebration Panel in Orlando in April, but to also upload an image that many people believe debuted Tom Hardy as a Stormtrooper. You...Show More Summary
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I think we all are sitting on the edges of our seat waiting for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and luckily for us Rian Johnson (director of Episode VIII, also of Brick which I highly recommend) likes to drop nice little photos and hints to wet our whistle. Show More Summary
Director Rian Johnson reveals a new behind-the-scenes photo from Star Wars 8 to announce his presence at this April's Star Wars Celebration.
Rian Johnson, you sneaky so and so. You've teased the internet with a Star Wars photo that may or may not confirm a cameo appearance we've been hearing about for quite some time. For those who are curious, read on to see just what we're talking about.
Director Rian Johnson shared a black and white image of First Order Stormtroopers with the announcement of his Last Jedi panel. The post Johnson Announces The Last Jedi Panel For Star Wars Celebration appeared first on CBR.com.
Fans are still waiting for their first official look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi in the form of stills from the movie or even the first footage. One rumor has said that our first glimpse at the Star Wars sequel will arrive at Star Wars...Show More Summary
In preparation for a Star Wars: The Last Jedi panel at April’s Star Wars Celebration, director Rian Johnson has taken to Tumblr to post a photo of First Order Stormtroopers
As the name would indicate, Star Wars Celebration is an event thrown every year that celebrates the long-running franchise. It’s often been the place that exclusive or early footage can be seen (if you’ll recall, that’s where we gotShow More Summary
The event kicks off in Orlando this April The post Kathleen Kennedy and Rian Johnson Confirmed for Star Wars Celebration 2017 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson has turned fans onto a strange new song about a cannibalistic Jedi that he has declared part of the Star Wars canon.
In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Rian Johnson talks about his experience writing and directing Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Woody Harrelson probably won’t start filming the Han Solo movie for a few months. Donald Glover is aware that he has to live to to Billy Dee Williams‘ coolness. Show More Summary
James Cameron thinks it’s easy to do a great Terminator film right now, and updates us all on the Avatar franchise. Rian Johnson talks about the films that influenced Star Wars: The Last Jedi. David Anders teases a Vampire Diaries return. Plus, tons of new clips from tonight’s Agents of SHIELD, and production begins… Read more...
Rian Johnson has apparently made Jedi cannibalism canon in the Star Wars universe, and we're not completely sure how to feel about this revelation.
2017’s hottest banger is The Ultimate Jedi Who Wastes All the Other Jedi and Eats Their Bones. The post Jedi Cannibalism Is Now Canon in Rian Johnson’s Star Wars Song appeared first on Geek.com.
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John Darnielle (of The Mountain Goats fame) and Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson are just a couple of goofballs, apparently, because they came up with this very silly Star Wars song together.
What started as a joke between the Mountain Goats frontman and the Star Wars director is now a real thing.