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One Major Character's Fate Has Been Revealed in The Last Jedi

One Major Character's Fate Has Been Revealed in The Last Jedi
Many believed that the new Star Wars trilogy was slowly killing off its original characters, with Han the first to go in The Force Awakens, Luke next in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Leia to come to the end of her road in Star Wars 9. The untimely passing of Carrie Fisher changed that idea somewhat. It's believed that Leia's character will be sent off into the sunset to live on in the franchise, and that Luke Skywalker will be sparred this time out. While that hasn't been confirmed, there is another character many believed would also die in The Last Jedi. But apparently this character is confirmed to live. Whether Luke becomes a Force Ghost or not.

Oscar Isaac was supposed to only be in The Force Awakens. He is introduced in the movie as ace X-Wing pilot Poe Dameron. And he should have died at the hands of the First Order.
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Bob Ingersoll The Law Is A Ass #403

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Hawkeye’S Trial Is Off The Marks, Man

When is a murder not a murder? Give up? What say we find out.

It all started with Ulysses Cain. You remember Ulysses Cain, don’t you? Inhuman who can predict the future and caused the whole Civil War II imbroglio when Captain Marvel and Iron Man disagreed over how he should be used. Lord knows I remember him. In Civil War II #2, Ulysses predicted that Bruce Banner would become the Hulk again and go on a murderous rampage.

So in Civil War II #3, Captain Marvel, Iron Man, and more costumed heroes than you can shake a double-page spread at confronted Dr. Banner in his secret lab. You can probably guess from the fact that was only part three of a nine-part story, the confrontation didn’t go as planned.

While all the heroes except one were talking to Bruce outside his secret lab,
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Smash's Andy Mientus Talks Kyle's [Spoiler], Hit List's Rent Parallels and Jimmy's Redemption

Smash's Andy Mientus Talks Kyle's [Spoiler], Hit List's Rent Parallels and Jimmy's Redemption
Warning: If you haven’t seen this week’s Smash, stop reading now — there are spoilers ahead. Otherwise, proceed without caution!

Tonight’s Smash resolved a cliffhanger that no one — especially not optimistic young playwright Kyle Bishop — saw coming.

The car that came bearing down on Kyle at the end of last Saturday’s episode ultimately claimed his life, we learned in “The Phenomenon,” an hour in which his friends and colleagues mourned his loss and flashed back to key moments in their relationships with him.

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'Revenge' photos: Things get dark and dangerous with the return of 'Power'

Someone has to die on a boat when "Revenge" returns. The episode is coming in which we learn whose arm lay in the wreckage of the "Amanda." Based on photos from the show's January return, things are heading into those dangerous waters.

The first episode back (airing on Sunday, Jan. 6 at 9pm) is called "Power." But, if you go by the photos, "Darkness" or "Danger" might have been more appropriate.

In "Power," Declan (Connor Paolo) discovers something that may threaten the future of the Porters' bar. That something could very well be the Ryan brothers (Jr Bourne and Michael Trucco):

Whatever the issue is, it looks like Declan drags Charlotte (Christa Allen) into his mess:

Meanwhile, Emily (Emily VanCamp) looks to take down her next target -- possibly and surprisingly in collaboration with Victoria (Madeleine Stowe). This scheme brings about a violent run-in with Aiden (Barry Sloane):

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'Jackson' to open Lake Arrowhead film fest

'Jackson' to open Lake Arrowhead film fest
J. F. Lawton's "Jackson" will serve as opening-night film of the 10th annual Lake Arrowhead Film Festival, to be held at the Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa from April 2-5. Barry Primus and Charlie Robinson, who star in the film as two bums whose lives are affected by a $20 bill, will attend the opening.

The lineup also includes such features as Francesco Lucente's "Badland," LeVar Burton's "Reach for Me," Duane Crichton's "Saving God" and Charles Evered's "Adopt a Sailor" and such short films as Chris Jones' "Gone Fishing" and Peter Beigen's "Ceremonies of the Horsemen."

Cinematographer Wally Pfister will present an award to fellow cinematographers Vilmos Zsigmond and the late Lazslo Kovacs, which Zsigmond will accept on their behlf. The two filmmakers are the subject of James Chressanthis' documentary "No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos."

At the fest's Friday night gala, Jim Thebaut will receive the
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New Film "Saving God" Deals With Gang Issues And Turning Lives Around

At a time when gang violence is on the rise in many U.S. cities, a new movie is being released called "Saving God" that deals with the gang issue. The movie is a heart-felt tale of the eternal struggle between good and evil.

Andre van Heerden, the producer of "Saving God," told Celebrity News Service that when people see the movie they will walk away with the knowledge that "no one is beyond redemption." He added, "Regardless of where you are in your life now, or in the past, there is a way to turn around."

Van Heerden said the script was written by Michael Jackson (not the musician) and many of the events in the movie come from Jackson's own background. "There are two twists in the movie that no one sees coming. I haven't met anyone who hasn't cried at the ending," Van Heerden said.

The movie stars Ving Rhames,
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