From the opening moments of Star Wars: The Last Jedi and we hear John Williams’ well-known music and then see the words on a slant announcing the film, we know that we are about to witness another very special Star Wars movie. And so this is. I won’t attempt to give a full synopsis of the film as it gets quite involved at times and, in any case, you will curse me for telling you what you are waiting to see. So, hopefully, no spoilers here!
The European Premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the highly anticipated next chapter of the Skywalker Saga, took place at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall last night.
This is Kathryn Bigelow’s nearly three hour take on the Detroit riots of 1967 and in particular the nightmare incident in the Algiers motel, in which three black men were shot to death and others including two white women terrorized and beaten, after the police and National Guardsmen arrived at the motel, responding to reports of sniper fire
Star Wars: The Force Awakens shattered box office records upon its debut becoming the biggest film of all time in UK with a current box office total of over £122.66million plus a total of $2.05 billion worldwide.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has become the UK and Ireland’s biggest ever cinematic release. The film, which has only been on release for 22 days, has today overtaken Skyfall’s £103.2million in the UK and earlier this week became the second in history to reach £100million in the UK. Full Friday results to be confirmed.