While Disney is running #fakenews campaigns with their Hollywood trade site partners trying to pretend fans don't like Star Wars: The Last Jedi, there is no pretending that Mark Hamill isn't a fan with the direction of the character. The video below shows Mark Hamill discussing his reaction to Rian Johnson's portrayal of Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi where Hamill goes so far as to state, "He's not my Luke Skywalker."
Looks like the Disney PR team is out in full force hitting up all the "pretend" #fakenews Hollyood trade sites over the reception of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It's no secret that if you disagree with Disney or give them bad PR, they seemingly(?) retaliate and won't give you exclusives, just ask the LA Times. The latest is regarding fan reception to Star Wars: The Last Jedi at Rotten Tomatoes, which lists the movie as the worst of all the Star Wars movies in terms of audience rating.
The DCEU seems to be in a state of flux as the disappointment of Justice League is said to be causing a host of changes scheduled to take place next month. Only one DCEU movie to date has been considered a success by both fans and critics, which is Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman movie. While both Man of Steel and Batman vs. Superman exploded right out of the gate, audiences quickly snubbed Zack Snyder's take on the flicks, which carried over to Justice League.
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