If this theory is correct, then this is J.J. Abram’s greatest plot twist to date, and will be hard to top for the rest of his career.
As a character in the upcoming third season of ‘Star Wars: Rebels,’ Grand Admiral Thrawn and his characteristic eccentricities will officially join the new Star Wars canon.
Film and TV’s late insistence that all female characters be dull know-it-alls ruins what otherwise would be a fabulous sci-fi reboot.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a mish-mash of fan fiction, as discussed on today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
Sure, ‘Fifty Shades’ is ‘Twilight’ fan fiction. But the original is better.
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