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Joseph Gordon Levitt has some thoughts on The Last Jedi's Luke Skywalker backlash

Measured heads prevail in a news cycle that finds men’s rights activists celebrating a butchered, illogical cut of Star Wars: The Last Jedi simply because all of the women have been removed. Enter Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who’s here not to respond to that particular piece of news (there’s only one way to respond, after…

The makers of The Last Jedi respond to its 46-minute chauvinist edit the only way possible

Let’s say you’ve spent three or so years toiling away at a movie—the eighth canonical installment in one of the most storied and beloved franchises in cinematic history. Let’s say that film does really, historically well, first with critics, who hail it as one of the series’ absolute high points and also a bracing…

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Watch Mark Hamill reject and then accept The Last Jedi’s version of Luke Skywalker in 1 minute

One of the more frequently heard criticisms being hurled at The Last Jedi is that writer-director Rian Johnson got the character of Luke Skywalker all wrong. This, in addition to some other histrionic complaints, led a small group of “fans” to do ridiculous things like craft drug-induced petitions to have the film…