A Movie Ranking: Will Smith: Updated

Will Smith is one of the few actors I can say I’ve never seen a bad movie involving him. No, not all of the films are the best movies I’ve ever seen but he chooses his films very well. I’ve seen so many of his movies, some even very recently, and because of his newest film, Gemini Man, which literally comes out today, it makes perfect sense to celebrate the renowned actor for this week’s A Movie Ranking. Enjoy!

14. Men in Black II

Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith in Men in Black II (2002)

The first Men in Black, amazing. The second one, not so much. Men in Black II is one of those movies that you watch and forget. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Will Smith: Updated

Temuera Morrison Returns to ‘Star Wars’

Temuera Morrison, known for portraying Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones, has been pretty much confirmed to be cast in the second season of The Mandalorian as the iconic bounty hunter, Boba Fett.

Not only does this confirm that Boba Fett will, indeed, be in this next season but the fact that they’re casting Morrison in the role also highlights the fact that we will see Boba’s face for the first time since he was a boy in Attack of the Clones. That is such an intriguing thought and if you weren’t excited for the second season before, this announcement will probably do the trick.

Zorii Bliss: A Day in Kijimi: Chapter Five

Into the tunnels, Zorii Bliss hurried; a vast length of secret underground chambers that stretched beneath Kijimi City all the way into the mountains. It was where the rebel cell moved about when avoiding the First Order until the moment they deemed worthy of delivering a strike.

There were many civilians in the city that didn’t even know it existed in order to keep the cell, in fact, a secret. Thankfully, Bliss and her fellow spice runners had helped the rebels on a number of occasions and so they were allowed passage through the chambers.

The tunnels were nothing special, just old cave-like passages that were hollowed out by ancient worms that once inhabited this area of Kijimi. Dim lighting brightened the pathway, allowing Zorii a chance to see her way forward.

She moved through the tunnels quickly, the echoing footsteps of other individuals, most likely rebels (at least she hoped) resounding through the course way. It was a winding labyrinth that could easily lead one to get lost but she had memorized the tunnels just in case she ever needed to escape. Because of her knowledge of the underground world, she was hurrying up a wooden staircase which led into a short tower on the eastern edge of the city.

There, a young dark-haired sentry sat slumped against the locked entrance of the tunnels snoring. The creak of her footsteps startled the teenager awake and he sprung to his feet, a blaster in hand and his green eyes wide. She held up her hands.

“I’m on your side, kid,” she yelped.

He exhaled deeply, rubbing his eyes as he holstered the blaster. “Sorry. I’ve just…I’ve been awake all night.”

“The First Order?” she asked.

He nodded. “There’s been word that there’s a traitor in our midst. Char Tudukka told us to remain vigilant at the four entrances just in case the First Order shows up.”

Zorii patted his shoulder. “You don’t have a replacement?”

The boy blushed. “No, ma’am. I’ve been assigned to the Eastern Entrance.” He raised his chin. “I’m proud Char Tudukka tasked me with such an important role.”

Zorii smiled beneath her helmet. “Then make sure you stay up, kid. Wouldn’t want him to catch you asleep now, would you?”

He blanched. “You’re right.”

He hurried to the tunnel’s entrance, unlocking it with an archaic key. She moved past him, heading out of the tunnels into the tower where slitted windows revealed a snowstorm brewing outside. At least the sudden storm would make it harder for the First Order to operate on this early morning. She turned to look back at the teenager.

“Good luck, kid.”

He smiled. “Thanks. You too.”

With that, he closed the door and as it slammed shut with a resounding echo she continued onward, hurrying through the tower’s top room to the winding staircase that would lead her out of the tower and closer to her destination; the client.