During the "Star Wars" prequel movies, Samuel L. Jackson played the part of Jedi Master Mace Windu. Who, next to Master Yoda, was one of the most powerful Jedi's of that particular time. Unfortunately, Master Windu met his untimely doom at the hands of Darth Vader and Darth Sidious near the end of "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith."
However, Jackson believes that his character could have easily survived the events that many believe caused his death. When asked about the theory that Windu could have survived the fall from the window that caused his character's fate, Jackson stated in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio, "Of course he (Windu) survived! Jedi survive falls like that all the time. There is a long history of one handed Jedi."
So could the Jedi Master survive a fall like that after taking the full force of Darth Sidious' force lighting and losing his hand? more >>
Tyrese Gibson and his ex-wife, Norma Mitchell, have had a messy past, but the entertainer says God and the power of prayer has restored their relationship.
Gibson, who is best known for his racy R&B music and his role in the "Fast and Furious," has become a motivational speaker of sorts through his social media videos. In an Instagram post on Monday, Gibson revealed that he and the mother of his child have made up after years of being at odds with eachother.
Reality television stars David and Tamela Mann's home was robbed earlier this week.
Known for their hit show "Meet the Browns" and Tamela's booming gospel career, the couple was robbed while dining at a Red Lobster in Camp Creek near Atlanta, Georgia. Despite being heartbroken over the ordeal, they maintain that God will provide and are praying for the thieves.
In a lengthy Facebook video post, the comedic duo explained in detail what happened to them. They hope that someone watching the video could help them find the culprits and also they want their fans and supporters to stay in prayer in this troubled world. more >>
Actress and TV host Candace Cameron Bure honored her 20-years of marriage to former NHL player Valeri Bure with an honest social media post about their highs and lows and the grace they received to persevere.
Bure recently took to Facebook with a picture of their wedding day and a lengthy caption about the reality of marriage and who they look to to help them along their way.
"Let's be real for a second. We are celebrating 20 years of marriage today. 22 years together as a couple. I couldn't be more proud to be here and love my man the way I do. But let me assure you it hasn't been all roses the whole journey," Bure wrote. "There have been several tough years, in a row, ups and downs, bad attitudes and bad decisions, but we've persevered. We rode them out. We loved each other through them." more >>
One of the biggest problems that plagues the Marvel Cinematic Universe is that Marvel Studios does not own the cinematic rights to all of their characters. Hence, Marvel Studios had to build its reputation from lesser known characters.
While characters like Iron Man and Captain America are well-known today, technically, they are not the top characters in Marvel comic books. That title belongs to characters such as Wolverine, The X-Men and Spiderman.
The cinematic rights to these characters where sold off to several movie studios in the late 1990's and early 2000's when Marvel had to declare bankruptcy. Wolverine, the X-Men and The Fantastic Four all went to Fox, while Spiderman was sold off to Sony. more >>
Lucasflim and Disney has confirmed that "Star Wars: Rogue One" will be the first film in the series that will not focus on the Skywalker family. However, that does not mean that there will not be several familiar characters from the extended "Star Wars" universe. In fact there, several characters are set to return to the screen after a long absence from the movies.
Perhaps the biggest name to appear in "Star Wars: Rogue One" is Darth Vader. Vader will once again be voiced by James Earl Jones and will have a significant role in this film. Considering that "Rogue One" takes place before the events of "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope," it makes perfect sense to have Vader in the film. more >>