Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Jr Mouse, Oct 30, 2012.
Double sawbuck? Is that like a Dirty Sanchez or something?
So Tatooine is not in it, yet Han said "Chewie, we're home".
Han is from Corellia, Chewbacca from Kashyk. They are not Tatooine natives.
I know that, I just thought Tatooine was their mutual meal ticket home for back in the days.
Since you said that, what was the plausible place that could have mutually been their home? A Rebel base?
Edit: Don't just say something and leave, I'll catch you.
From the short scene in the trailer, I'm pretty sure Han meant the Falcon. The surroundings looked like the tunnel to the cockpit.
Wait, but I thought he was look towards the exit of the falcon like in A New Hope.
You could be right, maybe the Falcon's been captured for a long time.
From the synopsis I posted earlier:
Rey and Finn somehow find the abandoned Falcon on planet Yakku and escape some TIE Fighters. After getting away and into space, they randomly meet Han and Chewy aboard a big space station/freighter. Han then demands his ship back. The scene from the trailer probably shows the moment he gets it back.
Or something like that.
Of course he's talking about the Falcon. I thought that was obvious. The ships is his baby. His home.
Solo was in command and complicit when Leia murdered those storm troopers who were trying to take them prisoner, when he had his hands up. Maybe he just got out of prison.
^Think of it this way:
Have we all the facts?
Apparently Disney has a plan to slowly retire the whole slave girl thing. Meaning they won't be licensing or selling items that feature it. Soon the only places you will see it is in copies of ROTJ and Comic Cons.
I have heard of this. Time to whitewash.
I don't agree with it but it's understandable that a company that profits billions a year from marketing princesses to little girls wouldn't want to continue selling a sexy metal bikini slave princess toy. That was always one step away from an S/M gag.
But didn't even Carrie Fischer come out saying "wtf, sell the damn toys, she literally uses the chain that binds her to exact revenge on her captor"???
Oh I completely agree. I'm just framing it from what is more then likely the House of the Mouse's point of view.
Princess Leia always represented a fairly strong female archetype all things considered.
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