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“I’d like a series of spaghetti Westernstyle Boba Fett films”
big Sam something to do with the character, and take the Jedi back to their creative roots. That would blow my mind!
Ogeeraffgo, via GamesRadar+ I’d like to see a series of spaghetti Western- style Boba Fett movies, with titles such as Today All Ewoks Die At Dawn, Bring Me The Head Of Jar Jar Binks, Death Wears A Jetpack, A Coffin For Han Solo, and Greedo Shoots Last, Dies First.
Glen Harrison I’d like to see a series of movies telling how Darth Vader found out about Luke, and also the events Jason McLaughlin sent us a pic of an original Star Wars poster from 1978. “My father was friends with the manager of the local Classic Cinema, and he gave him loads of unwanted cinema posters for me to hang up on my wall,” says Jason. “Most of them got permanently stuck to one of my bedroom walls with wallpaper paste as a cool alternative to normal wallpaper. For some reason ( thankfully) I decided to stick this between Episode IV and V.
David Cole, via Facebook Christina Hendricks to play the tyrannical leader of a crazed matriarchal society building a new Death Star; Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell to play co- workers for the Empire who go on a bender and find the Force.
@ SciFitenisGamer, via twitter A prequel to Knights Of The Old Republic would be cool. Or one set sometime afterwards. Just a movie set in an era where there are lots of Jedi and lots of Sith in a major conflict would be awesome!
remosu37, via GamesRadar+ on the adjacent wall with just your normal Blu- Tack and drawing pins!” Adam Carter of Vectis says:
What a poster to have on your bedroom wall, Jason. And thanks for saving it by not pasting it to the wall! We can only imagine ( in despair) what other greats you had acting as wallpaper! The Star Wars poster you own is the third of the regular British quad posters, often referred to as the “Awards Style”, and was printed in 1978 after Star Wars won awards at the Oscars. The other two styles include the standard quad, which is almost identical to yours, but lacks any awards information; and the first Star Wars quad, known as the “Hildebrandt quad”, named after the brothers who designed it, also printed in 1977.
Now that’s a good old fashioned explosion.
Should Mace Windu strike out alone?