Josh Brolin justified nostalgic behavior of scary demons Force!

The dynamic of the 19 crew is going to have to change when Station 19 returns with two members arrested, and they were already facing some harsh realities in the winter finale as they tried to resolve the situation. Miller broke out some scary statistics about violence against Black women and girls, with Vic speaking up as well. As much as 19 is a cohesive unit when it comes to saving the day, they’re different characters who come from different backgrounds and react to situations differently. No wonder relationships will have to be reexamined after the winter finale!

It’s a friendship that feels like it could only come from filming a movie together, or a couple of weeks at summer camp. As Jason Momoa and Josh Brolin are ready to keep Dune in the hearts and minds of the world, as well as each other, we all get to be a small part of that friendship too. It all leads up to Dune’s great big theatrical releas

Exciting lightsabering and Force powers aside, Luke’s effortless dismantling of the supposedly all-powerful Dark Troopers isn’t really that different from the copy-pasted carnage that permeates the rest of the episode, but it doesn’t matter because it’s Luke Skywalker. The high-profile cameos on “The Mandalorian” have been about as blatant as fan service gets, but even the most cynical “Star Wars” fans won’t be able to resist cracking a smile. Luke’s scenes, be it his combat, his brief conversation with Mando, or R2D2 appearing to make some nostalgic bleep-bloop noises, steal the show. (This is a younger Luke and though the de-aging effects used on Hamill are much better than the grisly CGI in Disney’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” it’s still off-putting. Thankfully, it doesn’t ruin the moment.)

Before she was cast to play Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe, Gal Gadot was best known for playing Gisele Yashar in the Fast & Furious franchise. We last saw Gisele in Fast & Furious 6, and while it looked like she perished, much like superhero movies, this is a film series where characters thought dead can still be kicking. So could the same thing happen with Gisele? Could Gadot return to this car-centric franchise once Wonder Woman 1984 has come and gone?

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