Can you fight the Clone Wars?
Palpatine’s Revenge, the latest Star Wars film, has already been released in a number of foreign markets.
The film has already sold out in more than 40 countries, including China, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, the Netherlands, and Australia.
The movie has also been praised for its originality and strong writing, which has earned it an overall positive review from critics.
The trailer, however, has caused controversy with fans claiming the trailer is not accurate and the movie contains a number false scenes.
Many have accused Palpatines Revenge of being racist and sexist, citing the character’s appearance, the fact that he has the same voice as a man named “Sith” and the fact he wears the same clothing and is shown with the same hair style as Darth Vader.
Critics have responded by pointing out that the trailer does not show any of the Jedi or Sith characters.
In a recent interview, Star Wars creator George Lucas said that he was aware of the controversy and that the filmmakers had addressed the issue internally.
Lucas told IGN: I think it’s really important to keep in mind that the Star Wars brand is not based on gender or sexuality.
It’s really about the spirit and the meaning of the story, and that’s the important thing.
In his interview with IGN, Lucas said, “We don’t want to be the bad guys or the baddies of Star Wars, but we just want to tell a good story, which is why the story of Clone Wars is a really great example.”
He continued, “If it had been an all-male, all-female movie, it wouldn’t have been very good.
I think a lot of people would have thought, ‘Well, that’s kind of sexist, doesn’t it?
Well, if I’m not a man, why are you talking about me?'”
“Star Wars” fans are now demanding that Lucas, Lucasfilm, Disney, and Paramount apologize for the trailer’s content, and the company has responded.
On the Disney+ social network, users were quick to express their anger over the trailer, with one user calling the trailer “racist.”
Many also criticized Lucasfilm and Lucas for its response to the controversy, pointing out the director was criticized for “misogyny” in his trailer and for his sexist depiction of women.