Super Star Wars: The Force Awakens Spoiler no else knows. You wont even believe that this secret was in the trailers all along (and it’s not the one everyone’s talking about)

Star Wars fans, read no further, major spoilers revealed below..

For even more major ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ spoilers, click here: (previous sci fi elements blog post).


In Star Wars teaser trailer #2, we hear Luke’s voice utter the following:

“The Force is strong in my family,

my father has it,

I have it,

my sister has it,

you have that power too.”

Who was Luke talking to?


Yes, we only see Luke’s mechanical hand as he touches R2D2 after a battle, and Luke is never revealed in any of the other trailers, but the real point is, who was Luke talking to? In the one and only “official” full trailer, we see some startling footage that almost looks like Luke being converted to The Dark Side, but on a closer look, it’s really Poe Dameron, played by Oscar Isaac, being converted to The Dark Side, becoming Sith. If it’s true (see fully detailed previous blog post here), that Luke has gone to The Dark Side, and Luke has been featured on the poster and in the trailers after all, but as Sith Kylo Ren, then the above voice over was really meant for ..(wait for it..) .. Luke’s son, Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac). Poe could also just be Luke’s nephew, Leia’s son. Before Sith Luke, I was hoping Rey (Daisy Ridley) would be Luke’s daughter and Luke would train her in the ways of The Force, but now Star Wars is a little darker.. When I first saw the teaser, I thought Luke’s voice over was talking to Finn (John Boyega), but Luke’s son makes so much more sense. So Luke converts his son to The Dark Side, or at least tries to, just like Darth Vader / Anakin Skywalker tried to convert Luke. It runs in the family I guess..


Is this Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) being converted to the Dark Side?


watch the Star Wars teaser #2 (with Luke’s voice over) here:

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Luke Skywalker was absent from the Star Wars : The Force Awakens trailers, or was he?

Seriously, don’t read, this blog post contains way too many spoilers. Why even write a spoiler post for something as epic as Star Wars episode VII, the most anticipated movie in 30 years? Need to set the rumors straight. And sorry Episode One, we loved anticipating you, but we really wanted to see the next chapter in the Star Wars saga, specifically Leia as a Jedi.


Since the beginning, there have been many spinoff Star Wars novels, telling the continuing adventures of our favorite Star Wars characters. This later became known as the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Different authors chose to tell different stories of the same characters, which sometimes conflicted with each other. After George Lucas sold his film company, Lucas Arts to Disney, which contained the full rights to Star Wars (and Indiana Jones), the Star Wars Expanded Universe ended and literary rights were were no longer granted to any author, no matter how famous in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. A team at Disney and Lucas Arts went through the entire 30 years of expanded universe literature and decided what was to be Star Wars Canon and what was to be discarded. From this point, every comic book, cartoon, video game and upcoming movie would be based off the same history and universe. What was decided upon as Star Wars Canon is currently top secret, but we do know George Lucas was really upset with a major element Disney & J.J. Abrams accepted as canon. Was this element that Luke Skywalker turned to the Dark Side (like he did in one version in the Expanded Universe)?


Luke Skywalker, Sith Lord, from the Star Wars Expanded Universe.

It certainly is possible, as Jedi that have been trained at a late age seem to always go Dark, like Anakin Skywalker/ Darth Vader, Luke’s dad. But does this mean Leia will now go to the Dark Side as well (I’m still hoping to see her as a Jedi)? I guess those midi-chlorian cells just can’t be trained after being a teenager. Is there any proof that Luke has, indeed, turned to the Dark Side in any of the press and trailers seen so far? Well, maybe. Why was Luke almost completely absent from all the teasers, trailers and press? Is it because Luke is really Kylo Ren, the new Sith Lord? Is the lightsaber battle between Finn (John Boyega) and Kylo Ren a recruitment? As there can only be one master and one apprentice with the Sith.


a glimpse of Luke and R2D2


is this the same battle scene where Luke puts his hand on R2? was the attack driven by Sith Luke?

In the final battle in ‘Return of the Jedi,’ with Luke, Darth Vader and The Emperor, we see Luke’s emotions take over with aggression and hatred. He uses these emotions to overcome Darth Vader and cut off his hand. But was it too much? Did Luke actually go to the Dark Side in that moment? Is there any coming back from that? Did Luke taste the power of the Dark SIde, a taste he would later crave? Did Luke later justify further use of the Dark SIde, if it could be used for good purposes, like bringing down evil, like it did with Vader, but in so doing, slowly turn him to the Dark Side in the process? A path Luke may not have even realized he was on until it was too late.


Luke faces the Sith in ‘Return of the Jedi’

In that final battle in ‘Return of the Jedi,’ we see Luke stop his aggression and runaway emotions, and come back to his senses, turn off his light saber, ready to be struck down, rather than fully give in to the Dark Side. I had assumed Luke was just at the brink, had felt the Dark Side, but that Luke had come back and remained on the good side of The Force, but maybe there is no coming back, only a prolonging of the inevitable.. The Emperor, then, proceeds to zap Luke with Sith lightning, did that short circuit something inside Luke? Did The Emperor really win and turn Luke to The Dark SIde in those fateful moments? Or did The Emperor do a subtle Sith psychic trick that we missed, seeding the Dark Side within Luke, like when Emperor Palpatine killed Padme long distance? (No, Padme did not die of a broken heart) What really happened then, and the true events of Luke’s journey, we will soon find out (hopefully).


Luke gives in to aggression and feels the power of the Dark SIde..

The facts are that we don’t have enough information to go on. If Luke Skywalker is Sith in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ we will have to see a lot in flashbacks to justify Luke’s, now, evil motivation, like what happens to The Empire after ‘Return of the Jedi?’ Does Luke go on a killing spree, taking down the remainder of The Empire? The Empire had thousands of ships, bases and troops, what happened to them? Does Luke need to use the powers of the Dark Side to do defeat the remainder of the Empire? Is this the path that turns Luke to the Dark Side?


Han looks REALLY surprised, like he just found out Luke is a Sith.


Leia truly sad, like she just found out her Brother, Luke, is now a Sith.

The real spoiler is what is the origin of the Sith? Is it a long lost planet like in the Expanded Universe? Is there something on that planet that turns people into Sith? If midi-chlorians, a microscopic bacteria, that give the Jedi their powers, perhaps there is a similar “evil” bacteria or virus that gives Sith their powers and means to tap into the Dark SIde of The Force. Perhaps Luke found this planet and became infected? Or did he unleash some ancient Dark Energy on the Sith home world that overcame & possessed him? If so, a trip to the Sith home world and discovery of the source of the Sith, could provide the means for the Sith to be cloned, like the Clone Troopers, from the Star Wars prequel movies. Thus overcoming the need to only have one master and one apprentice. It’s a stretch, but there are clues. If the Sith can be cloned, there will be no hope for the Galaxy, an impossible foe, but maybe that is too much plot for one movie and will continue in Episode VIII ..


The SIth Home World


And what of Emperor Palpatine? Does The Emperor come back as a clone? Doubtful, but Emperor Palpatine could come back as a Force ghost, guiding the new Sith Kylo Ren / Luke Skywalker to the Sith home world and with other matters of the Sith. It was The Emperor’s idea to create Clone Troopers in the first place. It could be his idea to clone the Sith. In the opening credits of ‘Return of the Jedi,’ we learn that Luke has “completed his Jedi training,” (but how? from Yoda’s Force ghost?). Perhaps it is The Emperor’s Force ghost that completes Luke’s Sith training?


Emperor Palpatine’s Sith Force ghost (confirmed appearance in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ at D23 2015)


turning to the Dark Side.. (Does this scene depict Kylo Ren turning Oscar Isaac to the Dark SIde? One Master and One Apprentice, or is there more to it than that?)

If Luke is truly SIth in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ there better be a plausible reason why he is Sith. Otherwise, the fans will never forgive Disney and J.J. Abrams and will go on a hate campaign far worse than they did with Jar-Jar. If Luke turning to the Dark Side is not justified, no one will accept it, and even if it is, many fans, and moms especially, will be outraged. Add to this, the controversy of the possible death of Chewbacca, and that may be too much for fans, and kids especially, to deal with, let alone every grown up boy’s childhood idle, Luke Skywalker, now Sith Luke.


Is Rey crying here over the Death of Chewbacca? Did Kylo Ren / Sith Luke kill Chewbacca?

Watch the ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ official full trailer here:

JJ Abrams waves hello at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2015

J.J. Abrams stated that there will be no more Star Wars trailers, no more footage or clues of any kind; just a repurposing of the same footage we’ve already seen. (photo: JJ Abrams waves hello at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2015)


Luke missing from the movie poster, or is he? (Kylo Ren)

I feel J.J. Abrams has done an amazing job with Star Wars : The Force Awakens, from what I’ve so far (PLEASE make Leia a Jedi!). I am really looking forward to seeing the next installment of Star Wars in theatres this December.

Discover the next chapter in the Star Wars saga on Dec 18 2015, buy your tickets now (it will be sold out).

Supergirl’s Mother Alura has a twin sister? General Super Villain?


Alura In-Zee, now Alura Zor El, from the CBS tv series ‘Supergirl’ has been rewritten and is now a judge, or was a judge on Krypton, before the planet exploded. Formerly known as Alura In-Zee, Supergirl’s mother was a scientist and helped save the city of Argo on Krypton, from Brainiac and from the exploding planet of Krypton.


Alura Zor-El, Supergirl’s mom.

On the new tv show “Supergirl,’ Alura Zor-El was a judge who sentenced the worst criminals in the galaxy to a supermax prison in space, actually to the Phantom Zone, in space, like in Superman 2. When Supergirl’s parents, Alura and Zor-El, sent Supergirl, Kara Zor-El, to Earth in the only remaining spacecraft, the explosion of the planet Krypton threw Kara’s spacecraft off course and into the Phantom Zone. Somehow, some time later, Kara’s spacecraft was able to break free, (we will find out more in upcoming episodes, like who is actually responsible), but Kara’s spacecraft dragged the supermax space prison with it and all of its convicts, including ‘The General,’ Alura’s twin sister.


‘The General,’ Alura’s evil twin sister.

Assassins Creed is Real! Guy creates real life working Rope Launcher and Hidden Blade!

Assassins-Creed-Syndicate-Hidden-Arm-BladeColin Furze has a youtube channel, where he features cool accessories from games and movies that we love. This video features a real life working Assassin’s Creed Rope Launcher from ‘Assassin’s Creed Syndicate,’ the newest version of the Ubisoft video game, set in the 1800s, as well as, the Hidden Blade, featured in every version of the Assassin’s Creed game, as it is the Assassin’s Creed signature weapon.

The Assassin’s Creed movie, starring Michael Fassbender, premieres Dec 21 2016.

You wont believe what happened on The Walking Dead tonight: Is Glenn really dead? season6 ep3 “Thank You” review recap spoilers (RIPGlenn just in case)


Today on AMC’s The Walking Dead, we saw the sad goodbye of one series’ most beloved characters, Glenn Rhee. But is Glenn really dead? Or is it just wishful thinking that Glenn is still alive? Maybe, but Glenn almost died in the season finale of season 5 of The Walking Dead. Remember when 3 Walkers were top of him and somehow he survived? By the way, that was also Nicholas’ fault. Nicholas, of course, is remembered most for panicking and directly causing the death of Noah in the revolving door scene of season 5. Glenn forgave him and tried to turn Nicholas into a better person, but fear of the Walking Dead (see what I did there?) overcame Nicholas and (spoiler alert) he shot himself on top of the dumpster taking Glenn down with him into the Walker heard below. Here we see a sad goodbye to a great man, Glenn Rhee, rest in peace my friend.


Apocalypse’s Best Power Couple Glenn and Maggie


Glenn survives .. in season 5

But is Glenn really dead? Facts: We saw a body being eaten and Glenn screaming, but you could say that it was Nicholas’ body that was eaten by Walkers on top of Glenn, especially because intestines seem to be coming out of Glenn’s shoulder, not the lower torso, where they should be located. Does AMC need an anatomy lesson? Or did Glenn somehow crawl underneath the dumpster to survive? Are we all just overly emotionally attached to our favorite characters, wishing that by some miracle they survive against all odds, refusing to accept the most likely scenario? Did Glenn survive? I don’t know, but a good question to tweet at Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead comics, Outcast comic and co-writer of The Walking Dead series and Fear The Walking Dead. All the episode deaths could have avoided, including Glenn’s apparent death, if, in the pet store, where they killed two walkers, they just covered themselves in walker blood and just walked home.


Glenn_dies_from_above_the_walking_dead Did the walkers eat Glenn or Nicholas’ body on top of Glenn?

Also in this episode, Heath settles his differences with Michone, the start of a beautiful friendship? Other dude we don’t really know never gets back to his apocalyptic wife, (not wife before the apocalypse). Rick realizes his plan has been thwarted, but sticks to his guns to protect the community of Alexandria, and also kicks ass in hand to hand with two Wolves members, but damages the RV as he kills two more, because he’s Rick Mother F-ing Grimes. In the final scene, we see the swarm about to overtake the RV, now with a broken door. I’m also worried about Rick’s hand, is it a cut or a walker scratch?

Flight 462 ep2 Fear The Walking Dead


while you’re waiting for episode 3 of The Walking Dead, get caught up on Flight 462 Fear The Walking Dead. Walkers on a plane? No knowledge, no weapons, no escape.

The Fear The Walking Dead companion show, spinoff series to The Walking Dead, takes place on a plane, where no one knows anything about walkers or how to deal with them. What will happen when there is no where to run, no tools or weapons to defend oneself? Will anyone survive? I know the episodes are short and are only released every 2 weeks, but still a must-see for any Walking Dead fan.