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Video inside Lord Shia Blessing Us With Another Indie Classic

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"American Honey" (possibly the reason for this man's weird rat tail and behavior)


Directed byvisit this link  Andrea Arnold

 
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Video inside 9 Deleted Scenes That Explain Confusing Movie Moments

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Video inside Official shark week thread(26 JUN - 3 JULY)

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Shark week will begin June 26 Sunday on discovery channel at 8pm et/pt





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Costume design descriptions for Justice League

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Batman
The first suitÂ’s major changes come from the color and armoring. The suit sports the same logo across the chest but sees a change from the completely gray tone seen in Batman v Superman. The suit actually has a significant blue tone to it. ItÂ’s not overwhelming and still has a darker, gray look to it, but the suit seen in some of BatmanÂ’s older comics is definitely starting to shine through with the color scheme.

Also added is some padding and armor inside of the suit. Bruce Wayne will have some extra protection around his shoulders and sees some new seaming around the core areas.

“I designed this thing based on a Samurai,” Wilkinson says of the new Batsuit. “We borrowed it from Bruce Wayne's history too, so it has a connection with Asian Martial arts in Japan. So I thought that would be perfect. We modernized it to the Wayne Tech aesthetic here. We changed the straight shank of the blade from last time. It's something a little more aggressive.

Then, there’s the “tactical Batsuit,” as costume designer Michael Wilkinson calls it. It is more protective and has a more intricate design then the normal Batsuit which Batman was wearing in the scene we watched filming. It is more protective, with even more armor and straps along the abdominal area holding them in place. It also features braces on the left arm and leg, possibly signifying Batman’s aging, but could also just serve as extra protection or strengthening.

On the cowl of the suit is a new pair of goggles which Wilkinson says is to offer the glowing look of BatmanÂ’s eyes which was always captured in comics. The goggles donÂ’t have lights themselves but will reflect those from the set into the camera to provide the effect.

Wonder Woman
Wonder WomanÂ’s costume is mostly unchanged from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Wilkinson says that Wonder WomanÂ’s costume is the same one she has been fighting in for "5,000 years." However, there are some slight modifications we can expect in Justice League. Most are for the comfort of Gal Gadot as she puts the costume on and moves around in it on set but some are in the outfit's color scheme.

The red of the torso is a bit more vibrant and the same can be said for the blue of the lower parts. Two different shades are present, with a brighter blue in the higher up and more centered areas and a darker scheme surrounding the lower and outer edges. Battle scars are present all over the outfit which Wilkinson says “tell her stories.”

Seeing Gal Gadot wear the outfit was one of the best moments of the entire set visit. Though the changes are quite simple, itÂ’s clear that Gadot is the embodiment of Wonder Woman for the current generation of films and fans.

Flash
The Flash

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The FlashÂ’s suit is made up of 148 different pieces and took about eight months to create for good reason: it looks great - not only on a mannequin, but also on Ezra Miller.

The suit has a very vibrant red with a golden yellow Flash symbol at its heart. The neck of the suit is complete with a layered, flexible look of red cross pieces and the suit as a whole is widely broken up into different shapes. All around it is some wiring which adds the DC Films grit to the suit. Even BarryÂ’s feet come complete with specially designed Flash shoe which have logos on both sides, their bottoms, and in the soles.

Wilkinson says the suit is “designed to protect him he moves incredibly fast,” and says it may be simply a “prototype suit” as Barry tests things out.

“We looked at all the ways Flash has been drawn over the decades,” Wilkinson explains. “We looked at what makes sense for the universe that Zach is creating in the script. And we just thought this idea of someone who is just trying to work that out.”

Bonus: the suit features a Wayne Tech logo. No one was willing to comment on whether or not Bruce would beyond, “Obviously Wayne has certain resources and he and Alfred have certain abilities and so they're working on a lot of things to help the team as they come together.”

Cyborg
Ray FisherÂ’s portrayal will be almost entirely CGI. The actorÂ’s face will be present but the rest of his body will be added in using motion capture effects.

On set, Fisher wears a multi-colored motion capture suit with an orange light attached the middle of his chest and another over his eye.

The finished product will look completely different, though. There will be some empty space added to CyborgÂ’s arms and a completely metal body. The suit looks like we have previously seen in concept art with a chrome body but the art shown in the design room reveals the evolution of CyborgÂ’s suit. Not only will we see a weaponized Cyborg flying into battle with an extra arm ready to go but he will also learn how to use the gun attached to his arm according to Wilkinson.

The gun is illuminated with a blue light and has a square shape to it as it extends across what would be CyborgÂ’s forearm.

Cyborg will also be seen wearing civilian clothing several times through the film.

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“We wanted to make it feel like it was a very ancient culture,” Wilkinson says standing next to Aquaman’s scaly, head to toe costume and Trident.

The costume is almost completely green and gold with scales and fish-like designs consuming it. “The scales, the different language, the details, the illustrators for a long time coming up with all of this artwork from every different angle,” Wilkinson explains.

Much of the suitÂ’s lower half is made of polyurethane which allows Momoa to move around comfortably. It has a dark green coloring with golden imprints stamped in a pattern throughout.

AquamanÂ’s belt features his logo centered on both the front and back sides. His trident in the costume shop stands about 7-feet-tall and has five points, however, a Trident with three ends was on display in the art room. It may belong to Aquaman or it may sit in the hands of the Ancient Atlantean King.

There will be multiple Aquaman outfits in the film. In addition to the armored, scaly outfit, concept art showed a heavily tattooed Jason Momoa standing on land in jeans and another costume, similar to the main display was nearby with no upper half. The pants, however, were different from the others, lacking the Aquaman logo and a different scaly design.

Wilkinson and the others nearby were not ready to comment on whether or not the suit was made with underwater shooting in mind, though the very blue concept art showing Aquaman in Atlantis certainly suggests it would have to be.

 
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Article inside Kevin Conroy Explains How Batman: The Killing Joke Animated Film Expands The Story

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Kevin Conroy is commonly known as the voice of Batman, and he will be reprising the role in DC and Warner Bros. animated adaptation of Alan Moore's The Killing Joke.

During a DC All Access interview, the talented voice actor sat down with Tiffany Smith to talk about returning to the iconic role once again.


"Well, I like to think I never left the voice of Batman. I've been doing it for 24 years. What's wonderful about it is getting back in the booth with Mark Hamill, because that Batman-Joker relationship, it's almost like Joker defines Batman and Batman defines Joker, it's the dark and the light, and sometimes it feels like either of us wouldn't exist completely without the other, and Mark and I work so well together."

The storyline will follow the events of the original comic pretty faithfully, but that doesn't mean there won't be some updates, which Conroy referred to briefly.

"they've actually expanded it a bit, they've expanded some of the story a bit. There's much more of Batgirl in this, um, so that plotline is more developed, and the struggle, the internal struggle that Batman has, that Bruce Wayne has in wrestling with the demons in the Joker is much more explored. There are a couple of really wonderful scenes that I have with Mark that I'm really proud of."

Having Conroy and Hamill together again on a Batman project is a dream come true for most fans, and the two seem to have a great relationship. When Conroy was asked if he had his own take on the Joker, he gave us a brief impression but went on to say "No, I could never do what Mark does, because Mark becomes Joker. I wish the audience could see him in a booth. His face is like rubber, and um, he's just like Jim Carrey you know, he just becomes the character, he's like devouring the microphone and when I'm doing Batman I get dark and broody you know. It's weird how we both inhabit the characters when we're in the room. It's kind of fun."

Batman: The Killing Joke releases on July 25th.

 
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Image inside Captain America: Sam Wilson almost too woke for me.

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It accurately shows the age old minoritism "You have to be twice as good, to be considered equal to a white man". Sam is doing a great job, but they don't care because they see a black dude with a shield. They got all the coded language about how Sam having the shield is just a PC liberal agenda being pushed.

I also like there is a Black Illuminati, not trying to take over the world or "Make it better" but just to watch each others back and provide support to each other and the kids coming up.


And now there is a motherfu*king Rage in Harlem.

Too good, too good. Marvel why do you have to do this to me?









 
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Carnage possibly in Spider-Man: Homecoming

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On Wednesday, it was reported that Orphan Black and Better Call Saul actor Michael Mando has joined the cast of Spider-Man: Homecoming, though no details were provided on his role. However, yesterday, the official Better Call Saul Twitter account strongly hinted that Mando is playing Cletus Kasady, the demented and violent felon that becomes Carnage.

They tweeted: "Michael Mando is spectacular at bringing carnage to life in Better Call Saul."

In the comics, the Venom symbiote rescued Eddie Brock (its host) from prison, but left a spawn behind, which was found by Brock's cellmate, Cletus Kasady. Whereas Brock was pretty monomaniacal — generally a good guy, except as it applied to Spider-Man — Kasady was a homicidal maniac even before he got the Carnage symbiote, and once he had the power to REALLY misbehave, he used it.

The cast features Tom Holland (In the Heart of the Sea) as Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny) as Aunt May, and Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) as Tony Stark/Iron Man, and Michael Keaton (Batman) as The Vulture. It also includes Zendaya (K.C. Undercover), Donald Glover (The Martian), Martin Starr (Silicon Valley) Laura Harrier (One Life to Live), Kenneth Choi (The People vs. O.J. Simpson), Michael Barbieri (The Dark Tower), Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus), Michael Mando (Better Call Saul), Selenis Leyva (Orange is the New Black), Tony Revolori (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Isabella Amara (The Boss), Jorge Lendeborg, Jr. (Graceland), JJ Totah (Liv and Maddie), Hannibal Buress (30 Rock), Abraham Attah (Beasts of No Nation), and Bokeem Woodbine (Fargo).

The film is being directed by Jon Watts (Cop Car, Clown), based on a script by Vacation and Horrible Bosses screenwriters, John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein.


 
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I don't think those pictures are real, but I am expecting him to return with the black costume. His memorial in BVS was black with a silver S. That foreshadowing..


 
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Article inside ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’: James Earl Jones Returns to Voice Darth Vader

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esterday we finally got ironclad confirmation that Darth Vader would appear in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. So today’s big news shouldn’t surprise you, but it will probably make you happy: Yes, James Earl Jones will return once again to voice the Sith Lord. (“A variety of large-framed performers” will fill the actual suit.) Jones originated the role in the original Star Wars, all the way back in 1977, and recently reprised the character for Disney XD’s Star Wars: Rebels.

Entertainment Weekly has an in-depth report on Darth VaderÂ’s role in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. WeÂ’ll run down some of the highlights here.
How Much Darth Vader Will We Get?

As great as it’ll be to hear Jones’ booming voice again, don’t expect to get too much of it. “He will be in the movie sparingly,” said executive producer Kathleen Kennedy. “But at a key, strategic moment, he’s going to loom large.”
How Does Darth Vader Fit Into the Empire?

Rogue One is set shortly before the events of A New Hope, and at that point Vader is a little less well known — more of a background enforcer than a hands-on leader. “Within the Empire, there is the culture of knowing of the existence of Darth Vader,” said director Gareth Edwards. “There’s definitely an underlying feeling that there is a power – a dark power – available to the Empire and that if you overstep your mark, you will suffer the consequences.”

Vader exists outside of the hierarchy that binds everyone else in the Empire. “Vader doesn’t really play by the rules,” said Lucasfilm’s Kiri Hart. “He’s present in the military structure, but he’s not beholden to it. He’s not accountable to anybody, really, except Palpatine.”
How Does Darth Vader Connect to the Main Villain?

Since they both work for the Empire, Darth Vader and Orson Krennic (the main villain, an Imperial officer played by Ben Mendelsohn) are technically on the same side, but they’re not exactly friends. “There is a lot of palace intrigue going on in the Empire, with people conspiring to move up the ranks and sabotaging each other,” said producer John Knoll. “There’s not a lot of loyalty there.” Sounds a bit like Space Game of Thrones, which is a premise I for one can really get behind.

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For more on Darth Vader — including a truly adorable story from Edwards about meeting Darth Vader as a kid, and then meeting him again as an adult — click the link above.

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Video inside Ouija: Origin of Evil (Trailer #1)

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Video inside Mechanic: Resurrection Official Trailer #1

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the fact that alba is in this already lets me know this movie isnt very good. also i want to know why stathams flicks always over use cgi, the sh!t always looks so damn fake

 
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BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE Ultimate Cut Is Coming To Theaters For One Night Only

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The Ultimate Cut of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be shown in theaters across America later this month, but will these screenings help the movie reach $1 billion? No, but that's good news for you...



Warner Bros. has announced today that they're bringing Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice back to the big screen for one night only later this month. However, it won't be the regular version of the divisive DC Comics adaptation; instead, they'll be showing off the highly anticipated R-Rated Ultimate Cut (which has been receiving rave reviews from those who saw a leaked version a few weeks back).

A message initially sent out on the DC All Access app reads, "As a thank you to all of the fans, Zack and the filmmakers would like to invite you to a special theatrical screening of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition." As this is a FREE event for fans taking place on June 27th, Warner Bros. isn't going to get a box office boost which will help push the movie past the $1 billion mark.

Regardless, you're going to have to head on over to WBTickets.com in order to secure yourself a place in one of the handful of locations this event is taking place at. Austin, Chicago, and New York are among the participating cities, so as long as you don't live too far out in the sticks, you'll probably be ok. No doubt the studio is hoping these screenings will build a lot of positive buzz for the Ultimate Cut.

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Image inside Official ‘Justice League’ Synopsis and Logo Revealed

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Filming on Justice League is well underway across the pond, and last week Collider’s own Steve Weintraub got the opportunity to visit the London set of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice follow-up along with a few other reporters. In addition to our plethora of set visit coverage that you’ll see on Collider all week, Warner Bros. has also unveiled the official synopsis and logo for the superhero team-up film as well as an official image of the new and improved Batmobile.

Zack Snyder returns to direct Justice League with a cast that includes Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher, and the official Justice League movie synopsis is as follows:

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

As you’ll read in our set visit coverage, the threat that the Justice League are facing is one that was actually teased in Batman v Superman, and it certainly sounds like Affleck’s Batman and Gadot’s Wonder Woman are leading the charge in forming this supergroup before it’s too late. How does Superman fit into it all given that he’s, you know, dead? That, my friends, is the million dollar question.

For now, check out a picture of the brand new Batmobile below followed by the official Justice League logo in two different formats. Also starring J.K. Simmons and Amber Heard, Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.

 
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Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot In Keeping Up With the Joneses|Official Trailer

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An ordinary suburban couple (Zach Galifianakis, Isla Fisher) finds it’s not easy keeping up with the Joneses (Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot) – their impossibly gorgeous and ultra-sophisticated new neighbors – especially when they discover that Mr. and Mrs. “Jones” are covert operatives.

In Theaters - October 21, 2016

Cast: Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher, Gal Gadot

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Solid details on "Star Wars: Rogue One" finally emerge

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Sure, we’ve seen a whole trailer for the first Star Wars spinoff already, but there are far more rumors floating around the film (and its reshoots) than there is actual information at the moment. But that’s about to change.


Entertainment Weekly has revealed Rogue One as its latest cover story, promising all sorts of tidbits about the film. Check out the cover below, as well as a rundown of the information that’s just been confirmed:



First of, yes, finally some official confirmation after months of rumors: Darth Vader is indeed in the film. As had been rumored, his role is apparently quite large—Ben Mendehlson’s villainous Imperial is described as both “eager to earn the favor of the Emperor” and “avoid the wrath of his black-masked enforcer.” So it seems like Vader will be (loudly) breathing down Mendehlson’s neck for much of the film.

This one was already leaked thanks to Mads Mikkelsen himself, but he is indeed playing Jyn Erso’s father. But now we know a little more about the character: he’s a scientist who’s work is wanted by both Empire and Alliance alike.

The cover of the magazine reveals both the new TIE Fighter, the TIE Striker that was recently leaked, and our best look yet at the droid played by Alan Tudyk through motion capture (you could briefly see him obscured in the trailer)—reportedly an Imperial droid co-opted by the Alliance.

The magazine also promises “candid” details about the film’s upcoming reshoots, which have been the source of heated debate over the last month. Specifically, they will include what story elements these reshoots will be adding to the film. We’ll keep you posted.
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Article inside Is Independence Day: Resurgence Any Good? Here's What The Critics Are Saying

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"We had 20 years to prepare..." reads the tag line for Roland Emmerich's pending sci-fi disaster film, Independence Day: Resurgence. But to prepare for what? The buzz on the Independence Day sequel has been kept relatively quiet, seeing as how the movie is due in theaters in a few days. Interviews have been limited, and U.S. press haven't screened the film. Well, international press must have been treated to a screening, because the first wave of UK film reviews just dropped. Is Resurgence any good?


Let's ask The Guardian first, who assigned Peter Bradshaw (no, not the guy from The Onion) the Independence Day: Resurgence review. He gave it one star. But, like, a mixed one star? Not exactly. Bradshaw writes:

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They're back. And our boffins' futile, wrist-flapping panic spreads to cinema auditoria all over the globe as people everywhere realise that the most planet-smashingly boring sci-fi sequel in history is on its way to crush our minds and empty our wallets and there's not a damn thing we can do about it.
OK, fine. He didn't like it. What about Empire? They were able to screen ID4 2 (is that what we are calling it? It sort of fits), and in their 4-star review -- quite different! -- they claim:

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Allowing the same blend of multiplex-rattling spectacle and 'yeah, you got us' daftness, Emmerich has gone all out to recapture his '96 mojo and, for the most part, succeeds. While the occasional call-back clunks (Jessie Usher as orphaned-son-of-Will-Smith Dylan Hiller fails to sell the line, "Get ready for a close encounter, bi*ch!", but we're not sure who ever could), other riffs prove sonorously nostalgic. And we're not just talking about another death-defying dog.
There's another dog? God, we may HAVE to see this!

Only one trade posted a review. The Hollywood Reporter splits the difference, calling the movie "ridiculous," but also "rollicking good fun."

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Emmerich and his visual effects teams pull out all the stops and there's a glorious abysmal beauty in never-ending shots of continent-wide spaceships landing and mayhem being wreaked. But for all that massy weightiness, it's to the film's credit that it always takes time to reassure us of the safety of a little dog.
OK, let's break the tie. The Telegraph UK reviews Roland Emmerich's Independence Day: Resurgence, and gives it 2 stars out of 5. Not great. They surmise:

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Resurgence inflates the scale of the alien threat to such a preposterous degree -- the mothership takes up roughly an eighth of the Earth's total surface -- that the queues of honking traffic and rooftop helicopter rescues we're supposed to invest in can't help but feel like microscopic trifles. The threat only becomes palpable and human-scaled again in the film's surprisingly well-staged giant monster finale, in which a school bus with Goldblum at the wheel is chased across the desert by what's effectively the creature from Cloverfield with braids. It's consummately stupid, but at that point, stupid feels like an improvement.
Is stupid an improvement? I'd love to tell you, but there haven't been screenings of Independence Day: Resurgence in the U.S. (a troubling sign), so this is all we have to go on. We plan on seeing it Thursday night, and will run a review on CinemaBlend right after. Until then, be aware of this early buzz.

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Image inside The Identity Of Forest Whitaker's ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY Character Has Been Revealed

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We were promised the big reveal today, and here it is. EW has debuted a new still of Forest Whitaker as a character from Star Wars canon, and none of you guessed his name! More past the jump...

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Following these new Rogue One: A Star Wars Story images, fans have been speculating about the identity of Forest Whitaker's mysterious character all morning. Well, EW has now debuted a new image (well, the full version of the earlier one) of the grizzled warrior, and officially confirmed that he is in fact... Saw Gerrera.

If that name is not familiar to you, you probably weren't a fan of The Clone Wars animated series. Gerrera was introduced in season 5 as a freedom fighter who, along with his sister Steela, employed some pretty extreme tactics to rid his home-world of the Separatist army.

We still don't know exactly how Saw will be reintroduced in Rogue One, but it has been confirmed that he's an ally of the Rebels... even if they don't quite trust him or approve of his methods. “Consider him kind of a battered veteran who leads a band of Rebel extremists,” Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy tells EW. “He’s on the fringe of the Rebel Alliance. Even [they] are a little concerned about him.”

 
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