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Taking any bets if we get a brief Vader cameo?
 
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I'm not sure WHERE they'd work him in but they cant bring him back via tv and not use him for all the pre new hope stuff.
 

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of course screencrush has a 22 minute breakdown of this trailer :LOL: But god damnit if his theories don't get me even more excited for this

 
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I don't like these shows doing multiple episode premiers.
 

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And finished. They released it as 3 episodes because it really could have been a single episode.

This is how you do real cinema. This is the kind of Star Wars content I want to see. It's not a campy, cheesy space opera like everything else. It's not a stylized western. It's an actual story. It has real depth.

They spend the 1st 2 episodes developing the story (I can already hear people on here complaining that nothing happens) but the 3rd episode is the payoff. I'll gladly ride that rollercoaster any day.

Definitely watch all 3 in one sitting.
 

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And finished. They released it as 3 episodes because it really could have been a single episode.

This is how you do real cinema. This is the kind of Star Wars content I want to see. It's not a campy, cheesy space opera like everything else. It's not a stylized western. It's an actual story. It has real depth.

They spend the 1st 2 episodes developing the story (I can already hear @Mook on here complaining that nothing happens) but the 3rd episode is the payoff. I'll gladly ride that rollercoaster any day.

Definitely watch all 3 in one sitting.
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And 1-3 watched. Yeah this is good stuff. Been waiting for this for a long time and I am not disappointed thus far


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If they released just the first 2 episodes, no one would be excited to wait a week for #3. The pacing is excruciatingly slow. Luna is fantastic but I want my campy, space opera Star Wars back. This change in style would have worked with a character you're invested in. I found myself cruising the internet on my phone during the show. I'm in because it's Star Wars but I can't wait for the train to leave the station.
 

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If they released just the first 2 episodes, no one would be excited to wait a week for #3. The pacing is excruciatingly slow. Luna is fantastic but I want my campy, space opera Star Wars back. This change in style would have worked with a character you're invested in. I found myself cruising the internet on my phone during the show. I'm in because it's Star Wars but I can't wait for the train to leave the station.
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