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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Director Says “Forget Everything I Said” And To Watch The Trailer

Only a day ago, Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson told fans on Twitter that it's a good idea to avoid the film's brand-new trailer “if you want to come in clean.” But now that the trailer is live, he's had a change of heart, declaring that everyone should go watch the video.
On Twitter, Johnson made his feelings known in no uncertain terms. “Forget everything I said and watch it watch it watch it,” he wrote. So, if you want to follow the director's advice, you can check out the new Last Jedi trailer in the embed above.
Of course, trailers for anything will always spoil something. So if you really want to know nothing about the film before seeing it in theaters, you'll still want to avoid the trailer. For everyone else, though, it's a tantalizing but fun glimpse of what's likely to be the year's biggest movie.
The Last Jedi's cast includes Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Carrie Fisher, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall G..

Watch Shadow Of War’s Backstory Explained By An Orc

It's been a while since Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor came out–three years, in fact–so it's understandable if you've forgotten some of the events of the game. In a new trailer, an orc named Bruz the Chopper gives you all the info you need to jump into Shadow of Mordor's upcoming sequel, Shadow of War.
Bruz provides a quick overview of the original game's story, followed by a description of Shadow of Mordor's world and features. He's a memorable narrator, too, with a pretty irreverent and blunt sense of humor. The video actually looks and sounds a bit like other YouTube story breakdowns. You can check it out above.
If you want a slightly more in-depth look at Shadow of Mordor's story (and one with less orc slang), you can check out our recap here. Shadow of War's narrative stars Talion and Celebrimbor, the main characters from the original game. It also takes some significant creative liberties from the Lord of the Rings canon, such as por..

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Director Says You Should Consider Skipping The New Trailer [Update: Nevermind]

A new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming on Monday, October 9. A teaser trailer released today shows Rey wielding a lightsaber, which is interesting. Now, director Rian Johnson has spoken up to say that, while he enjoys the trailer, you may want to avoid it if you're hoping see The Last Jedi with fresh eyes come December. [Update: Johnson has reiterated that he only said you should skip the trailer if “you want to come in totally 100% clean.” Lucasfilm has also released the new Last Jedi trailer, if you don't care about having some elements of the film spoiled. It's good enough that Johnson says you should watch it after all.]
That already basically goes without saying, as a trailer for anything–even a video game about a big, mean goose–will spoil something for you. But movie trailers these days can sometimes give too much away. And Johnson's specific language–“absolutely avoid it”–seems to suggest that this new trailer could have some kind of big re..

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Director Changes Mind, Says You Should Watch The Trailer

Only a day ago, Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson told fans on Twitter that it's a good idea to avoid the film's brand-new trailer “if you want to come in clean.” But now that the trailer is live, he's had a change of heart, declaring that everyone should go watch the video.
On Twitter, Johnson made his feelings known in no uncertain terms. “Forget everything I said and watch it watch it watch it,” he wrote. So, if you want to follow the director's advice, you can check out the new Last Jedi trailer in the embed above.
Of course, trailers for anything will always spoil something. So if you really want to know nothing about the film before seeing it in theaters, you'll still want to avoid the trailer. For everyone else, though, it's a tantalizing but fun glimpse of what's likely to be the year's biggest movie.
The Last Jedi's cast includes Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Carrie Fisher, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall G..

New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Released, Watch It Now

As promised, a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been released, and you can watch it above. But just as its director suggests, this is one you'll want to sit out if you want to avoid revealing too much. Don't worry, we'll leave those big moments out as well–but there are plenty of them.
During Monday Night Football, the latest trailer for the latest edition of the Star Wars Saga hit the air, and if you haven't seen it, director Rian Johnson wants you to avoid watching it, in case you're trying to remain spoiler-free. However, you can still rewatch the first trailer for the film, which debuted earlier this year during Star Wars Celebration in Orlando. (Following the release of the trailer, Johnson took back his earlier comment and encouraged fans to just watch the trailer.)
As seen above, Rey, Finn, Kylo, and the rest of the Star Wars characters are all in very different places. Rey is off training with Luke Skywalker to become a Jedi, there are some..

Malcolm In The Middle Star Opens Up About His Memory Loss Struggles

Frankie Muniz, who starred on the Fox comedy Malcom in the Middle in the 2000s, revealed tonight that he doesn't remember much of being on the show, or anything else that he lived through years ago. He made the revelation on Dancing With The Stars tonight, saying he had nine concussions and multiple “mini-strokes” in his life. However, he didn't say for sure that these events are what led to his inability to remember playing Malcolm on the beloved show.
“It makes me a little sad,” Muniz said, as reported by Entertainment Weekly. “Things pop back into my mind [that] I should have remembered.”
9News reports that Muniz also said, “I'm not actually sure how my memory loss started,” adding that he has never sought professional advice on his memory loss. “I've never been to the doctor and been like, you know, 'Why don't I have a memory?'” he said. “To be honest, I've never really talked about it.
Muniz's TV father on Malcolm in the Middle, Bryan C..

New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Releases, Watch It Now

As promised, a new trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been released. But just as its director suggests, this is one you'll want to sit out if you want to avoid revealing too much. Don't worry, we'll leave those big moments out as well–but there are plenty of them.
During Monday Night Football, the latest trailer for the latest edition of the Star Wars Saga hit the air, and if you haven't seen it, director Rian Johnson wants you to avoid watching it, in case you're trying to remain spoiler-free. However, you can still rewatch the first trailer for the film, which debuted earlier this year during Star Wars Celebration in Orlando.
As seen above, Rey, Finn, Kylo, and the rest of the Star Wars characters are all in very different places. Rey is off training with Luke Skywalker to become a Jedi, there are some great spaceship battles throughout the clip, and we even get to see a little bit of Snoke. However, like Johnson said, there are a few moments that migh..

Wolfenstein 2’s Nazis-In-America Story Is “Strangely Topical,” Director Says

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is almost here. The much-anticipated sequel to 2014's The New Order from MachineGames and published by Bethesda launches on October 27 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A Nintendo Switch version is coming in 2018.
GameSpot recently had the chance to speak to creative director Jens Matthies in Sydney. In our conversation, Matthies–who was also the creative director for The New Order–spoke about how the success of the first game shaped the studio's vision for the sequel. That's not something he really thinks about, because looking at it through that lens can “f**k you up creatively,” Matthies told us.
“As a creative person, you always want to do something more awesome than the last thing you did. You don't want to go backwards,” he explained.
Also in our interview, Matthies spoke about how Wolfenstein II's story–which is about a Nazi-occupied America–is “strangely topical.” It's not something that the studio feels very..

New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer Shows Rey’s Training And Snoke

The newest trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi is here, but if you want to avoid spoilers, sit this one out. Don't worry, we'll leave those big moments out as well.
During Monday Night Football, the latest trailer for the latest edition of the Star Wars Saga hit the air, and if you haven't seen it, director Rian Johnson wants you to avoid watching it, in case you're trying to remain spoiler-free. However, you can still rewatch the first trailer for the film, which debuted earlier this year during Star Wars Celebration in Orlando.
As seen above, Rey, Finn, Kylo, and the rest of the Star Wars characters are all in very different places. Rey is off training with Luke Skywalker to become a Jedi, there are some great spaceship battles throughout the clip, and we even get to see a little bit of Snoke.
However, like Johnson said, there are a few moments that might give too much away for most Star Wars fans. So again, if you're looking to go into Star Wars: The Last J..