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Obi Wan kills Darth Maul Star Wars Rebels

Darth Maul is too clever by half. The Sith Lord's machinations get him cut down (again) by Obi Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars Rebels episode "Twin Suns." Maul has sought vengeance against Obi Wan ever since he was cut in half and left for dead in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Revenge of the Sith Maul (Sam Witwer) manipulates his reluctant apprentice Ezra (Taylor Gray) with a ... [Read More]
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Star Wars Rogue One gets a happy ending

Spoiler alert: everyone dies in Rogue One. One by one the heroes sacrifice themselves to retrieve the Death Star plans. Star Wars looks on the bright side in a parody by How It Should Have Ended. Chirrut Imwe sees the light and becomes a full-fledged Jedi. Something conspicuously absent. He saves the day with his own lightsaber powered by Jyn's kyber crystal, which turned out be a red ... [Read More]
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Alien Covenant Prologue Last Supper Daniels (Katherine Waterston) Walter David (Michael Fassbender) Tennessee (Danny McBride)

Alien: Covenant serves up religious imagery in the aptly titled prologue "Last Supper." The introduction to the crew hints the identity of its Judas. The film's original title was Alien: Paradise Lost, which is a biblical reference to Adam and Eve being banished from the Garden of Eden after eating the apple of knowledge. The Covenant crew are meant to populate a new world like Adam and Eve. ... [Read More]
Walking Dead Star Trek mashup Rick Winslow Kirk Gorn

The Walking Dead introduces a junkyard community known as the Scavengers AKA Heapsters in "New Best Friends." Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) is forced to fight a menacing zombie named Winslow to prove himself a worthy ally. "It's a great sequence," Lincoln said on Talking Dead. "It reminds me of Star Wars. It's when he get thrown in with that crazy beast. In the same sort of tone as Mad Max ... [Read More]
Westworld parody City Slickers Billy Crystal Daniel Stern Ptolemy Slocum Luke Hemsworth Angela Sarafyan

The HBO series Westworld faithfully recreates the Wild West until the androids are replaced with City Slickers Mitch (Billy Crystal) & Phil (Daniel Stern). The actors reprise their roles as wannabe cowboys in the 90s comedy. Crystal even wore the same shirt he revealed in a behind-the-scenes video. The parody also features cameos by Westworld cast: security chief Stubbs (Luke Hemsworth), lab ... [Read More]