Supposedly the idea would have been going into the origins of the Force and explaining what it actually is.You know what? After seeing all of this, I want to see what Lucas' original plan was.
I'll give Lucas this much, at least I'm sure he had a plan, or at least half of one.
This sequel trilogy is the ultimate example of Disney getting all these new toys to play with on Christmas Day and getting so excited and crazed to play with them that they broke everything without getting to enjoy having it.
People probably would have complained about it ripping off Karate Kid, but it still would have been a lot better and more satisfying.Okay, so if Leia is training Rey, doesn't that completely invalidate the whole point of The Force Awakens and the search for Luke? They needed Luke to bring the Jedi back...but Leia can train Rey...so why didn't Leia just do it from the start?
Anyways, I just watched Jeremy Jahns' reaction to the trailer where he referenced the infamous "Sabre chucking" incident with Luke in TLJ, and something sparked in my brain where it got me thinking on how to make that whole situation better.
What if instead of chucking the sabre over his head, Luke handed it back to Rey and walked off? What if they expanded on the whole "Wars not make one great" idea by showcasing it visually and how Luke's methods don't involve just him swinging a sabre around.
What if they pulled a page out of the Karate Kid playbook where the master is seemingly doing nothing, but was actually teaching Rey the whole time without her realizing it. One of the biggest "oooh" and "aaaah" moments I remember from my childhood was the scene where Miyagi was like "Show me paint the fence...show me side to side...show me wax the floor" and the audience realizes right with Daniel that he was learning the entire time. And the best part was, they didn't have to explain it. They just showed it and we got it.
Well, what if they did that with Luke, where he gets Rey to do all these seemingly menial tasks and then it turns out she was learning about the Force and other techniques the whole time, and Luke did it as a way to test her worthiness and dedication to wanting to learn how to be a Jedi. And then she finally explodes at him and he demonstrates how much he taught her and how much she learned.
The advertising budget for Army of Darkness was triple the budget?It's actually triple the budget. Bruce Campbell confirmed that for Army of Darkness and why it bombed.
Yeah, the 2010s is ending on a very interesting note.I've no clue, but someone's saying the budget ALONE was 400 mil
I trust them.>leaker said Disney is angry and film is a mess, they spent 400 million $ on it >leaks confirmed rea... - "/tv/ - Television & Film" is 4chan's imageboard dedicated to the discussion of television and film.boards.4channel.org
I think this is the grand shit to end the decade. A spectacular shit to cap off the 2010's and usher in the 2020's.
I hope it is and Ian got him a good payday.