Why does everything have to be relatable these days? Star Wars was a fantasy escapist film, what's relatable to anyone about going from a desert farmer to a magical space wizard that toppled an empire? What's relatable about going from a literal slave to one of the most feared dark space wizards in the entire galaxy?
Do they have to remind themselves of such a basic pillar of Star Wars? But of course this is going to be mis-interpreted by the retards that work there and the whole message will be mangled by the time it reaches the audience.
>No single (main) character
What is this bullshit? Both trilogies had a clear main character but with many side characters too. Are the writers aware that you can still develop a character even if they aren't a main character? Leia and Han weren't the main characters but had plenty of character development.
Ah yes, when I think Star Wars I think of space university and how the evil empire introduced higher tuition fees and oppressed innocent aliens from obtaining degrees and advancing up the social hierarchy. Take that misogynists!
I'm at a loss for words
The only sensible piece written on the board but no doubt Guinevere in this retooling will kick the Green Knights ass
In theory it could be interesting but no doubt intended to be Harry Potter-tier rival houses with each house having a specific colour scheme and personality trait all while the obligatory whiter-than-white house fights the evil-for-no-real-reason house
Sounds like some shit that belongs in a bad fanfiction or some tumblr fandom. I dread to see what this is.
>So is this the end? Has SW finally taken its first step to truly being put out of its misery and being put to rest?
I can only hope. Just as I was starting to get back into Star Wars the mouse took over and fucked everything over, so I can only hope that it burns so I can at least have my fond childhood memories of Star Wars intact.