"The Force Awakens"?
More like The Empire Strikes Black
More like Arab Haven
I'm not getting your joge sir.
t.Star Wars ultrafan.
I'm okay with the black protagonist.
If he gets white gf, I'll be butthurt.
I don't get why he isn't wearing his helmet. I don't want to see stormtroopers without helmets, I hate it. It's fucked up.
Don't care what color he is.
I bet he's the new Han/Lando though, and not actually a stormtrooper.
Your joke would have worked 35 years ago too. There was a black guy in the Empire Strikes Back who gets struck by the Empire.
He also tries to chat up Princess Leia.
My father made the joke before me when he saw the first films and I inherited it from him.
I guess he turns away from the Empire remnants.
Muh shitty white demographics, muh media glorification and fetishism over white grill+black guy relationships.
You know, typical KC ti*r reasons, m8.
I just hope this movie doesn't suck fifty wieners. After the painful debacle that was the prequels, it would be hard to stoop any lower.
>Lando hits on Leia
I experienced zero butthurt over this.
I'm just asspained about the "lol black stallions>beta white boys where the white women at" meme. It's really denigrating to both our communities and I'm butthurt about it. When Lando was hitting on Leia, it was just banter between two alphabros over a bitch.
t. hopefully not a "redpill" faggot
> I guess he turns away from the Empire remnants.
Even worse than SW Rebels then.
Haven't seen it.
How shit was it?
I don't give a fuck.
There was Lando in the Original and Mace in the Prequels.
In fact, the prequels would almost have been certainly more interesting had we actually made Mace the MC and shown him actually negotiating rather having us told he negotiates.
That and editing the story.
So some Outer Rim Planets want more autonomy and their give their sovereignty and management of the War Effort to banks and corporations?
>In fact, the prequels would almost have been certainly more interesting had we actually made Mace the MC and shown him actually negotiating rather having us told he negotiates.
Blame Lucas for having the writing skills of a seventh grader.
Also, Morgan Freeman should have played Mace Windu. Also, now I'm depressed because I'm thinkng about how amazing the prequels could have been, and how shit they turned out.
Daily reminder that Plinkett was right.