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(Uproxx)   Do you want to know how Vader got those scars? The Joker fits into Star Wars a little too well   (uproxx.com) divider line 16
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2013-08-21 12:04:36 PM  
You know what would be great? If we opened Episode 7 with Luke as a sith lord, and concerned ourselves with A) stopping him B) finding out how he was turned.
 
2013-08-21 12:16:07 PM  
I see they got Harvey Dent too.
 
2013-08-21 12:19:35 PM  

Hebalo: You know what would be great? If we opened Episode 7 with Luke as a sith lord, and concerned ourselves with A) stopping him B) finding out how he was turned.


I'd rather see him slowly fall as he tries to keep the republic safe from the new rebels - the resistance formed out of the rag-tag remainder of the empire.
 
2013-08-21 12:20:54 PM  
Also it's even more amazing since Hamill also worked in another ROTJ movie: Return of the Joker.
 
2013-08-21 12:34:56 PM  
That was pretty well done. Good find
 
2013-08-21 12:46:02 PM  
Nice! I loved the *improved* dialogue
 
2013-08-21 01:04:31 PM  

Double-oh Steven: Hebalo: You know what would be great? If we opened Episode 7 with Luke as a sith lord, and concerned ourselves with A) stopping him B) finding out how he was turned.

I'd rather see him slowly fall as he tries to keep the republic safe from the new rebels - the resistance formed out of the rag-tag remainder of the empire.


The final 5 minutes or so of Episode 9 could be a montage set to 'Cats in the Craddle.'
 
2013-08-21 01:32:03 PM  

Double-oh Steven: Hebalo: You know what would be great? If we opened Episode 7 with Luke as a sith lord, and concerned ourselves with A) stopping him B) finding out how he was turned.

I'd rather see him slowly fall as he tries to keep the republic safe from the new rebels - the resistance formed out of the rag-tag remainder of the empire.


I'd go the other way, have it open with him as the villain and have everyone trying to stop him, but you find out he's playing the long con in the second movie and on the side of good. I'm not a Luke fan, but enjoy when things are set up well in advance
 
2013-08-21 01:56:10 PM  

Hebalo: You know what would be great? If we opened Episode 7 with Luke as a sith lord, and concerned ourselves with A) stopping him B) finding out how he was turned.


and have him figuring out how to bring back the dead, and then have ZOMBIE JEDI!!!
 
2013-08-21 04:07:31 PM  
Would some Admin change this to [COOL]? Double bonus: it increases the Geek page streak, too.
 
2013-08-21 07:17:15 PM  
The was so weird.
 
2013-08-21 08:50:30 PM  
That was mind-bending.  The Joker as the Emperor. . .such a concept released in the early '80s would have been very interesting.
 
2013-08-21 09:39:25 PM  
That was a bit hokey, but hella fun
 
2013-08-21 09:58:40 PM  
"I'll be in touch!"
 
2013-08-21 11:48:29 PM  

Hebalo: You know what would be great? If we opened Episode 7 with Luke as a sith lord, and concerned ourselves with A) stopping him B) finding out how he was turned.


You wanna know how he got to be Sith?

His father was a drinker and a fiend...

/also: this
 
2013-08-22 05:26:37 AM  
Has there been any confirmation/denial of Episode 7 following the EU storylines?  The various authors in the EU have written so extensively of the period immediately following the destruction of the second Death Star that you could almost put together a life story for all the major characters, documenting every day.  On one hand, the movie would offer nothing new while on the other the movie will have almost zero plot holes since everything has been thought out so extensively and intricately.

This is my main beef with the Star Wars universe too.  Too many authors are reluctant to create their own characters and their own worlds.  In a Galaxy full of planets with eons of history, why are Tattooine, Alderaan and Coruscant so disproportionately represented?  Why does it seem like 80% of the Expanded Universe revolve around Luke and Han?

Star Trek has this problem too, but it's not as bad.

The only exception in Science Fiction universes that comes to mind is the Warhammer 40k universe.  Hundreds of different SM chapters, thousands of different worlds and a million different forms of grim grimdark darkness.
 
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