Disney Announces Title for Star Wars Ep VIII: What Does It Mean?

By: Kidman J. Williams

Disney released on Monday morning that the title for Episode VIII will be The Last Jedi. The movie is set to open in December of 2017.

All the Star Wars fans have been itching to know any information on the upcoming movie since we were left with nothing but a dead Han Solo and a very lonely Luke Skywalker (who had like 5 seconds of screen time)

I wonder where Luke hides his porn?

Either way, everyone has been waiting patiently for the next movie. We were even gifted Rogue 1 to tide our White Castle sized cravings for more.

What do we know about the new movie?

The Last Jedi title eludes to very little, but a lot at the same time. My first question would be; are we going to have to endure another heartbreaking loss with the death of Luke Skywalker? They already killed Han off, and our Princess died in real life(RIP Carrie Fisher).

Will Disney really be that cold to the fans of Star Wars? They might, after-all they did brutally kill off Bambi’s Mommy.

What else could it mean? Well, I could speculate that it is just a clever title that loops fans into the idea of a last Jedi, but then again, the plural for Jedi is…you guessed it! JEDI!

Looks like we will find out soon enough in December when Episode VIII hits theaters around the galaxy.

Audioslave Back After 12 Years with a Common Enemy

By: Kidman J. Williams

Audioslave hit the stage again after almost 12 years on Friday night in Los Angeles at the Anit-Inaugural Ball. Audioslave was the supergroup made up of Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog) and the memebers of Rage Against the Machine, Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk.

The last time that these men were on a stage together was back in 2005 and broke up in 2007 shortly after the release of their third disc, Revelations.

So, how did the performance go? Well… Continue reading