Rogue Squadron Update: It May Be Back On Track, Prince Xizor Is Canon Again, The Acolyte Casts Amandla Stenberg | The Cantina

Patty Jenkins Back On Rogue Squadron Update, Prince Xizor And Star Wars Canon EU, The Acolyte Casts Amandla Stenberg The Cantina Video

Rogue Squadron Update: It May Be Back On Track, Prince Xizor Is Canon Again, The Acolyte Casts Amandla Stenberg | The Cantina

Welcome to The Cantina. It’s Friday, it’s last call, and we have Star Wars news, rumors, and entertainment! The wild tale of Rogue Squadron’s production continues! Patty Jenkins is no longer directing Cleopatra, and this will allegedly allow her to work on Wonder Woman 3 and Rogue Squadron more. Star Wars continues to realize how VALUABLE the old Expanded Universe was and brings Prince Xizor (Shadows of the Empire) back to canon. Lastly, we discuss The Acolyte casting of Amandla Stenberg as its lead. However, this is The Cantina and you know we’re going to get into some crazy tangents. So, order your damn drinks and let’s get this Sith-spit show started!

00:00- Intro & Rogue Squadron Update
07:42- I Questioned The Story About Patty Jenkins And Technology
10:52- Star Wars Fails To Fun Rancor Toy & Signs Of A BIG Problem
15:54- PR Issues And Bob Chapek Are Leaving Fans… Mad And Sad
21:36- Neo-Gatekeepers Are Bad Too & Knowing SOME Things Is Necessary In Fandoms
28:29- Prince Xizor IS Canon… Again
37:22- The Acolyte Casts Amandla Stenberg & Story Theories
48:26- The Book Of Boba Fett “The Return” Spot & Final Thoughts

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A long time ago… In this not far, far away galaxy I (Kyle) ran a weekly Star Wars column called The Cantina. The end of each piece was called “Last Call” and topics rotated and eventually included a once-a-month podcast reviewing all of the Star Wars films leading to a release day group review of The Rise of Skywalker. Afterward, we reviewed Season 2 of The Mandalorian. You should really check those out HERE. Now, that glorious podcast has returned under the title of the original column and for the foreseeable future, we’ll be bringing weekly Star Wars news, theories, reliable leaks, and more.

Patty Jenkins Back On Rogue Squadron Update, Prince Xizor And Star Wars Canon EU, The Acolyte Casts Amandla Stenberg The Cantina Video

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Question(s) of the week: What is your opinion on the recent Rogue Squadron update? Also, are you happy Prince Xizor is back in canon? Lastly, what do you think of The Acolyte casting Amandla Stenberg?

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Kyle Malone

Kyle is a Senior Editor and Multimedia Manager for LRM Online. He is a Retired Soldier and Business School graduate who loves movies, comics, and video games. He shares his passions with his wife & their awesome little geek-in-training.

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