This December, it’s been five years since the most controversial and debated movie in Star Wars history, The Last Jedi, hit the theatres. After such time, we think it’s important to take a few minutes to think and analyze what this movie accomplished (or failed to accomplish), but also how it changed Star Wars canon forever…and divided the world’s biggest movie fanbase for the years … Continue reading ‘The Last Jedi’ Is Aging Better After Five Years, Here’s Why – ScreenHub Entertainment
It’s here at last! The first trailer and the title of the fifth adventure of Professor Henry Jones Jr. have been revealed. Harrison Ford will wear Indy’s fedora hat for a fifth and final time in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, which will be directed by the one who brought us Logan (2017) and Ford v. Ferrari (2019): James Mangold. This is the … Continue reading ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’ Revealed!- ScreenHub Entertainment
Taking place at the same time as The Rising Storm, Race to Crashpoint Tower is a light
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Lots of spoilers for Star Wars The High Republic: Light of the Jedi but the revelation about the Marchion Ro at the end of the book will remain a secret. Star Wars has recently launched a brand new era in their latest publishing effort, dubbed The High Republic, which is set some 200 years before the events of The Phantom Menace. As such, the galaxy … Continue reading Who Are The Nihil In Star Wars The High Republic? – ScreenHub Entertainment
Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker has been the hot topic as of late, but not for the reasons Lucasfilm was hoping for. Skywalker is ranked as the lowest live-action film in the franchise and of the three films in the sequel trilogy, lags in third place at the box office thus far. People are, typically, divided on the movie, with some seeing it as … Continue reading The Best Star Wars of 2019 Wasn’t On The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertaiment
11) Attack of the Clones (2002) After many years of rants, debates and criticism, pretty much everyone admits that the prequel trilogy of Star Wars is extremely weak in terms of dialogue and on-screen performances. George Lucas showed the world that he wasn’t the best director for actors. When Ewan McGregor remains a fan favourite for his excellent portrayal of Obi-Wan Kenobi, the opposite is … Continue reading Every Live-Action Star Wars Movie Ranked – ScreenHub Entertainment
The first-ever live-action Star Wars show is set to launch on November 12th, 2019 on Disney+, the Mouse House’s upcoming streaming service. The show is being written by Iron Man director Jon Favreau, who joins Dave Filoni, Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson as executive producers. But if you’re only knowledge of Star Wars comes from the films, you may be wondering what an Earth a … Continue reading Just What Is A ‘Mandalorian’ in Star Wars? – ScreenHub Entertainment
It must not be too easy being Rian Johnson right these days. The acclaimed director of films like Brick and Looper and in my opinion, the best episode of Breaking Bad, “Ozymandias”, landed a dream job and got to direct a Star Wars movie. Not just any Star Wars movie, but the eighth episode in the core saga. The hype was certainly real as all … Continue reading Despite The Turmoil, Rian Johnson Is Still Making ‘Star Wars’ Movies & We Don’t Deserve Him – ScreenHub Entertainment
“I have a bad feeling about this”. That’s what crossed many Star Wars fans’ minds, myself included, when Solo: A Star Wars Story was first announced. After a shaky production, which saw original directors Lord and Miller get the boot and replaced by Hollywood old guard Ron Howard, Solo: A Star Wars Story is finally here. Set prior to the events of A New Hope and Rogue One, Solo follows a much younger Han Solo in his early smuggling years. Played this time by Alden Ehrenreich, the film has a lot to prove as many fans have been vocal about not wanting to see Han Solo’s early years and after the mixed reception to The Last Jedi which divided the fan base, Solo needed to be a hit. So how is it?
By Sean Gallagher
For those who have been following my writings over the past year at Moviepilot, you’ll be familiar that I’ve been pretty vocal about my uncertainty about the existence of a “young Han Solo” film. I wasn’t sure we needed this film to begin with and the troubled production only fueled the concern for many fans. After waiting a lot longer than normal, we finally have footage for the upcoming Star Wars anthology film. Does it change my mind at all?