Both Cesar Romero and Burgess Meredith were 60 when they played Joker and Penguin.
Why would Poe say “herf” when nobody has ever referred to his droid as “Besh Besh Eight?”
The droid reminds me more of Leebo.
Considering The X-Files and Law and Order take place in the same universe, isn’t there “a touch of the supernatural” already?
In the original treatment for Return of the Jedi: there was no Death Star II, Han was rescued from Jabba within the first 15 minutes and dies in an Imperial bunker halfway through, Leia is crowned queen of the galaxy, and Luke runs off to parts unknown after his duel with Vader. Closer to actually shooting the thing,… Read more
Or he could come back from the dead. If the speculation that he’s the first Jedi (as depicted in the temple’s floor mural) is correct, then he’s been around for something like 40,000 years. Between that and the condition his body’s in, I wouldn’t be surprised if he had some regenerative capability, albeit one that… Read more
Theory? I’m pretty sure it’s explicitly stated by Pablo Hidalgo in the Force Awakens Visual Dictionary.
I think she was trying to pinpoint where Leia’s half of the tracker was.
She was left in the care of Unkar Plutt, and I think the Poe Dameron comic implied that Lor San Tekka hadn’t been living on Jakku that long.
Fair. Although he didn’t live on the Death Star, did he? Seems like he was only even there because of the Battle of Scarif, but otherwise wasn’t particularly interested in the project. It’s possible that he just stuck the saber in his belt until he was able to make it back to the Devastator.
You don’t think Vader may have held onto it? I mean it’s not likely that they just left it and his robe laying on the floor that entire time -- someone snatched it up. Luke’s lightsaber fell into a giant ventilation shaft, but it still managed to make its way into Rey’s hands. She’ll probably find Mace Windu’s next.
Maybe it’s Obi-Wan’s lightsaber?
InGen only exists at this point because it’s been owned by Masrani for almost 20 years. The company was already on its way out after the first park’s failure, and the San Diego Incident should have been its deathblow. Simon was just insanely wealthy enough to throw money at its problems until they went away.
Germain is talking about the first actual image. Obviously “first” couldn’t be used in reference to her appearance in the latest Aftermath novel, as she was already present in the first two. The poster is the first time she’s been visually depicted in any medium.