Star Wars: Episode IX doesn’t open in theaters until this December, but the film is already being attacked by trolls on Rotten Tomatoes.
Episode IX wrapped filming earlier this month and is now in post-production to meet its December release date. The yet-to-be titled final installment in the Skywalker saga is shrouded in secrecy, with a trailer not expected to debut until Star Wars Celebration in April. However, Episode IX is already being bombed with negative audience reviews on the popular review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes.
The “Want To See” score of Star Wars: Episode IX on Rotten Tomatoes dropped as much as 5% in a single day as a result of the fake review onslaught, as noted by Twitter user Bryan Young. Most of the audience reviews seem to attack directors J.J. Abrams and Rian Johnson for their creative decisions with The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.
Looks like they're already attacking the Rotten Tomatoes score for Episode IX, which dropped 5% in a day. If you want to see it, go say as much on Rotten Tomatoes! https://t.co/PKPQ0ESGdT
— Bryan Young (@swankmotron) February 25, 2019
J.J. Abrams is back in the director’s chair for Star Wars: Episode IX, working from a script he co-wrote with Chris Terrio, the writer behind Argo, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. It’s the first Star Wars movie hitting theaters following Solo: A Star Wars Story, the lowest-grossing Star Wars release since Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm.
Episode IX stars Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong’o, Domhnall Gleeson, Kelly Marie Tran, Joonas Suotamo, Billie Lourd, Naomi Ackie, Richard E. Grant, Keri Russell, Dominic Monaghan, Matt Smith, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, and Billy Dee Williams. Carrie Fisher will appear as General Leia Organa through the use of previously unreleased footage shot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Star Wars: Episode IX opens on December 20, 2019.
Source: Rotten Tomatoes
Top Actors To Replace Ben Affleck In Matt Reeves’ ‘The Batman’
Ben Affleck is officially out as Batman and it's a pretty sad day.
Words cannot describe how sad I am to see Ben Affleck announce that he's no longer Batman. His Batman is why I do what I do. In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, I fell in love with his comic book-accurate interpretation of the Caped Crusader. It was a breath of fresh air and it felt like we finally had the one true Batman.
Three years have quickly sped by and we're officially going to receive a new Batman for his next movie. Last night, Ben Affleck announced that he will not return as the Dark Knight in Matt Reeves' The Batman and now everyone's attention has moved towards wanting to know who the next Bruce Wayne will be. Matt Reeves is said to want an actor that's around 20 years younger than Affleck while Warner Bros. wants someone older. My guess is that Reeves wants a fresh start while the studio wants an older actor for crossover potential.
In this list, I will discuss the actors I think can replace Ben Affleck as Batman using the parameters that Matt Reeves and Warner Bros. want. Hit Next to see our picks to play the Batman.
Michael Fassbender is an X-Men alum and no stranger to comic book franchises. The actor has shown multiple levels of range and could definitely handle the Batman/Bruce Wayne personality. If they go with the older range for the next Dark Knight, then Fassbender is probably one of the best choices to take over the role.
Ben Barnes is out of a job after The Punisher season 2 and he's one of the best actors in that series. The second season tied up Barnes' arc on The Punisher and the actor has already told us that that he'd love to play the Caped Crusader. Barnes definitely has the pretty boy look going on for him and I wonder what his take on Bruce Wayne could be.
I've said this before and I'll say it again: Ryan Gosling needs to star in a superhero movie. I've always thought Gosling would make a great Batman. Every role that he's done has shown us his capability and he could crush it as Bruce Wayne.
Jon Hamm is my top choice for an older Batman. If Warner Bros. wants to cast an older actor for crossover potential, Jon Hamm is the studio's best bet. He has a similar look to Ben Affleck, and c'mon, the guy's look just screams Bruce Wayne.
Armie Hammer is 32 years old and was cast as the Caped Crusader in George Miller's Justice League: Mortal. That film will never see the light of day, but that doesn’t mean that Hammer doesn't deserve a second shot at being the Batman. He's charming, broody and will probably give his all for this role. Armie Hammer is a great option because he's young enough for Matt Reeves and Warner Bros. could work in a way for him to crossover with the rest of the DC Extended Universe.