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After a 10-year drought of Star Wars movies, fans were finally transported back to that same galaxy far, far away last year with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which was followed by the spin-off Rogue One: A Star Wars Story just last month. Both movies were huge hits at the box office, ushering in a new era of Star Wars fandom that will keep growing and growing. There will be plenty of fans who keep revisiting the original trilogy and the prequels, but instead of a marathon movie session, one enterprising YouTube user has broken down the story told through all eight movies, in one two-minute video.
YouTube user Dylan Trost took it upon himself to cut together footage from the first seven movies, plus a few bits from Rogue One, to succinctly break down these epic movies in two minutes and 17 seconds. While the footage isn't necessarily in chronological order, »
Ryan Lambie Jan 23, 2017
Woody Harrelson definitely has a role in the forthcoming Han Solo movie, and he may have revealed the nature of it...
Update: We've already had official confirmation that Woody Harrelson's joining the cast of next year's Han Solo Star Wars spin-off, which immediately poses another question: what role might he play in this story of the scruffy smuggler's early years?
Rumours have been circulating for a while that Harrelson's playing a mentor to Han - a story that was doing the rounds long before the actor's casting was formally announced. And in an interview with Variety, held at the Sundance Film Festival, Harrelson appears to confirm this.
To the actor's evident discomfort, a Variety journalist asks whether he's playing the mentor in the Han Solo movie, to which he replies, »
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