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Let's Talk Star Wars Episode 8

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I read that after years and years of waiting, Star Wars: The Force Awakens delivered not only thrills, but also answers to some of the biggest questions that fans have been asking about the fictional universe since the release of Return of the Jedi.
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Captain Phasma was introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the captain of the First Order stormtroopers, with her distinctive silver armor setting her apart from her subordinates. She was first seen supervising the massacre of the Jakku village.
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In a recent edition of Episode 8 Bits, I was pondering when Star Wars: Episode 8 would wrap filming, especially since director Rian Johnson was making it very clear that there wasn’t much time (he was wrapping major actors). And then Mark Hamill decided to answer this query for us:
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The wrap party was held at the Natural History Museum in London and included a troupe of sexy dancing Stormtroopers
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So if you know me, I have a fondness for the NR, i was very much hoping we would see them in action on the big screen in TFA, sadly this was not the case.
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There's been a nerd awakening, have you felt it? That disturbance you are feeling can only mean that the first ever CreateCon has taken place in Orlando, Florida and Garrett, Tom, Brian Brushwood, and Justin Robert Young have banded together in a makeshift Millenium Falcon filled with a live audience of super Star Wars nerds to talk about all of the latest news from a galaxy far, far away.
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There's been a nerd awakening, have you felt it? That disturbance you are feeling can only mean that the first ever CreateCon has taken place in Orlando, Florida and Garrett, Tom, Brian Brushwood, and Justin Robert Young have banded together in a makeshift Millenium Falcon filled with a live audience of super Star Wars nerds to talk about all of the latest news from a galaxy far, far away.
Nerd awakening. Lmao. Believe it or not that is one of the biggest stereotypes around that only nerds like star wars. Think back to high school and how many nerds you know, not a big percentage I would say. There are billions of people who follow star wars so they cannot all be nerds. That was funny all the same lol.
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