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https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/09/27/is-brie-larson-teasing-shes-in-kevin-feiges-star-wars-movie

- "The Captain Marvel star posted a picture of her in full Jedi garb alongside C-3PO, saying "Did someone say Star Wars?!"

- "However, this happening the day after it was revealed that Kevin Feige would be developing a new Star Wars film and that he is said to have already told a "major actor" that he had a role for them is something else entirely."

I think this would be a very interesting development. She is an up and coming superstar with a bright future, and Star Wars is a smashing Box Office success. Hopefully this is true.

Last edited by Moren - on 28 September 2019

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Oh God, I can hear the backlash now. XD



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PAOerfulone said:
Oh God, I can hear the backlash now. XD

What backlash? 



Hmm, I liked her in Captain Marvel, didn't even think I'd like that movie but it ended up being pretty good. I hope this is true, I might have to get back into Star Wars again.



I won't watch the movie if she does act in it.



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Bastila Shan in a KotOR movie/series.



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
PAOerfulone said:
Oh God, I can hear the backlash now. XD

What backlash? 

There seemed to be a portion of fans complaining the Last Jedi had been 'pandering to SJWs' and had too many prominent female characters. Around the release of Captain Marvel, I think Brie Larson was meant to have said something complaining about the all male crew on the movie or something like that.

So her being in Star Wars is likely to pour more fuel on the alt-right fire.

In reality it's more likely its that Feige gave her a call having worked with her on Captain Marvel. Directors do this all the time (Chris Nolan being a great example).

Last edited by SecondWar - on 29 September 2019

I guess there will be a star wars movie not meant for white male star wars fans. That was what she said about captain Marvel.



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SecondWar said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

What backlash? 

There seemed to be a portion of fans complaining the Last Jedi had been 'panderings to SJWs' and had too many prominent female characters. Around the release of Captain Marvel, I think Brie Larson was meant to have said something complaining about the all male crew on the movie or something like that.

So her being in Star Wars is likely to pour more fuel on the alt-right fire. 

In reality it's more likely its that Feige gave her a call having worked with her on Captain Marvel. Directors do this all the time (Chris Nolan being a great example).

Lol, alt-right? It's hilarious how they have become the Boogeyman you can blame all of your problems on, now. Or just label anyone you disapprove of. Dislike of TLJ cuts through the complete political spectrum. It also had nothing to do with prominent female roles, but how they treated the male counterparts. Of course, the biggest sin was it's shitty plot and how it ruined Luke's legacy, as well as any good mysteries that TFA set up.

As for Brie Larson, she decided to insult all white men, saying their opinions didn't matter. Especially when it came to films that "weren't meant for them," like A Wrinkle In Time. Of course, it was just a shit adaptation of a novel written by a white woman who definitely would have spoken out against that message if she were still alive.



The man-childing begins.

Ooooooh my god! There's action movies with female leads in 2019; what an OUTRAGE!!