How cool would it be to see Star Wars or Star Trek in space? That would be freaking awesome to me. Well, awesome once I got over the sheer terror of being in space and then watch a movie where a lot of things in space blow up. It would be fun. Well, the crew aboard the International Space Station got the privilege of viewing Star Wars: The Last Jedi. That would so cool. Better yet, we got a picture of their theater room. It’s not impressive from a theater standpoint. No large screen or surround sound system, but does it matter? They’re in space! I love how they have their little drink bags as if they’re at the theater enjoying their favorite snacks. What movie would you want to watch while in space?
We’ve all been there. Binging a show on Netflix when after episode 4 or 5 it asks us “Are you still watching.” Netflix means well with this message. It wants to make sure we don’t miss anything and lose our place. Sadly, we also see it as Netflix mocking us. Making us acknowledge our pathetic lives of not having plans outside of watching a show on Netflix that we’ve probably already seen. Well, a new video from Studio C helps illustrate "The 5 Stages of Netflix". Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. You may recognize these as the five stages of grief, but I assure you it can apply to Netflix as well. How often do you find yourself in this vicious cycle while watching your favorite shows?
Even though most Star Wars fans agree that Episode I: The Phantom Menace is the worst Star Wars prequel film, it still holds a special place in all of our hearts, mostly because it symbolizes the rebirth of a saga that we all love. Now a promotional cast photo from 1999 film has resurfaced on Reddit, and it's giving the 18-year-old photo a second life.
The photo shows the film's core actors Ewan McGregor (Obi-Wan Kenobi), Liam Neeson (Qui-Gon Jinn), Natalie Portman (Padmé Amidala) and Jake Lloyd (Anakin Skywalker).
A lot has changed in the Star Wars galaxy since this photo was taken, including 2 more prequel films, an animated movie, two animated series, and 3 (soon to be 4) Disney-era films. A standalone Obi-Wan movie is in development from Disney-owned Lucasfilm, and The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson has been tapped to develop a whole new trilogy. WOW!
It's still fun to see things from this time period, when Star Wars excitement was on the rise as a new trilogy was coming and the hope that it would be something great! Little did we know...