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11 October 2017, 09:05 | Israel Caldwell
Rian Johnson Details Disney's 'No-Fly List' Process For 'Star Wars' Spoilers
It will be available from major retailers and certain Etisalat stores from mid-November for AED 1,199, and the first 200 customers to reserve it in advance get the chance to attend a "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" private screening in December.
A new in-theatre stand-up advertisement for the film's IMAX release challenges fans to choose "Light side or dark side", with the advertisement split into two literal sides. The dramatic-looking, red-soaked poster shows Luke Skywalker up top, filled out with principal characters like Rey, Kylo Ren, Finn, Poe, Leia, Chewbacca, General Hux, R2-D2, and C-3PO, among others. However, it's hard to miss that Luke (Mark Hamill) is prominently featured on both sides.
The Last Jedi stars Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and Lupita Nyong'o.
As with most Photoshop Battles, things got a little weird and very niche as users started playing off of each other's Photoshops and also infused their creations with references that only others in the community would understand, but overall it was a amusing and epic thread that I'm happy exists. Of course, the staple of every Star Wars film in the Skywalker family saga is the Lucasfilm banner, followed by the famous line, "A long time ago, in a galaxy, far, far away ..." before the Star Wars title treatment bursts onto the screen.
A fan has found a way to have the Porgs from Star Wars: The Last Jedi sing the Star Wars main title theme in a new supercut video.
SNES Classic Outsells The Nintendo Switch In Its First Week
The SNES Classic mini console has sold over 360,000 units in Japan, according to the latest numbers from Famitsu ( via NeoGAF ). The folks over at the Japanese site Ninten-Switch.com dove into the trademark filing and came back with a lot of information.
When does the old £1 coin expire?
He is among a number of shops, including Black Country-based Poundland where people will still be able to pay with the old coins. And bakery favourite Greggs will also accept the coins and have not yet decided when they will stop accepting the round pound.