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8 Most Deadly Weapons In Star Wars.

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Super weapons go way back a large number of years before the Empire used the power of the first Death Star. Now and then these monstrous brutes were utilized as a type of protection, yet as a rule, they were utilized to change the direction of a battle.

Today we’re going to take a look at the eight most ruinous super weapons ever made.

1. Sun Crusher

In spite of the fact that it was the smallest of the super weapons, the Sun Crusher was amongst the most fatal. The Sun Crusher could make any star within its reach go supernova. In this way, it could fundamentally wipe whole galaxies just by targeting on its sun. Once the sun went supernova, everything around it died as well.

The Sun Crusher was almost indestructible and it was no bigger than a starfighter. However it was equipped for unleashing destruction that overshadowed the Death Star’s abilities. Not at all like the Death Star, which destroyed individual planets, the Sun Crusher could wreck a whole star system by having its target star transform into a supernova.




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2. Star Forge

The Star Forge drew energy and matter from a close-by star which, when consolidated with the force of the Force, was equipped for making an interminable supply of ships, droids, and other war materiel. Some state that the Star Forge was partially alive, and flourished with the force. A dark Jedi behind the Forge could bring about devastation on the entire solar system with an endless production rate of weaponry.

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10 Reasons Why the ‘Star Wars’ Prequels Were Awful.

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This is a list of reasons against George Lucas’ Star Wars prequel trilogy which I find awful.Here are the main 10 reasons the Star Wars prequels sucked:

10. Gleaming New Galaxy

One of the stark differences between the original trilogy and the prequels lies in the general aesthetic connected to props, costumes, ships and architecture. In the originals, everything was roughened up. Everything added up to a “used universe” look. This separated Star Wars from a significant part of the sci-fi which preceded it. In this manner, Lucas’ tasteful decisions in those first movies gave them a specific realness.

On the other hand, the prequels were immaculate. Everything ranging right from Naboo’s brave starfighters to Coruscant’s famous skyline was brilliant and sparkling. Indeed, even sandy Tatooine appeared cleaner.




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9. Everything Digital

When Jurassic Park hit theaters in 1993, it demonstrated without question that PCs could produce graphics so exact that movie producers would consequently be enabled to make anything they could envision. The years that followed saw overwhelming accentuation on the new methodology.

With the exception of James Cameron’s Avatar, there is no greater example of computer graphics going wilder than the Star Wars prequels. The issue is, the entire world knows it is fake. Therefore, it doesn’t make a difference how great it looks.

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Top 8 Extremely Rare Set Pictures From Various Eras of Doctor Who!

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Doctor Who has been with us from several decades. It has been one of the most longest running scifi series of all time. There have been countless ups and downs in the history of Doctor Who both in its fictional story-verse and in the real life management circle but the series never backed down on delivering its best. It has thousands of precious moments both on screen and behind the scenes and in this post we have gathered those momentary gems in these rare photographs from several Eras of Doctor Who. Here are those amazing pictures below.. enjoy

1.William Hartnell




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2. Patrick Troughton

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Top 6 Doctor Who Movie Spin-Offs That Don’t Feature The Doctor.

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Doctor Who is the most popular British TV program ever.

Right from its creation in 1963 to the present day, and comprising of more than 800 scenes, the series is immortal. However, what happens to the Doctor’s friends when they get back to their ordinary lives? It would be hard settling into typicality after going around space and time with an unfading alien wittier than Einstein!

Keeping in mind the goal to celebrate the forthcoming arrival of Daemos Rising, the spin-off of Downtime, we have a rundown of the must-see informal Doctor Who spin-off titles.

6. Zygon: When Being You Just Isn’t Enough (2008)

Out of the considerable number of movies on this rundown, none faced a harder production than Zygon. Initially starting shooting in 2003, it was just about to be scrapped by its director, Bill Baggs. After years, script changes and an additional day of shooting, it was in the end revised and released in 2008. The plot is about an engineer, Mike Kirkwood, who is troubled by his repeated dreams that he is a shape shifting Zygon beast. He tells this to his psychologist, Lauren, who tries to help him find out what these dreams mean. However, she soon faces a threat herself.

The main connection between the Doctor Who series and this film are titular space creature Zygons. That being said, it is still an intriguing expansion to the Whoniverse. It has been closely compared with the spin-off series Torchwood, because of its more grown-up and savage content. It is additionally one of the two Doctor Who spin-offs to get an 18 certificate rating.




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5. Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans (1994)

In the forsaken vacuum of space, the Tiger Moth, a space yacht under Captain Lisa Deranne, is on a journey taking some rich misfits on a voyage through space. Amid their travel a shape-shifting alien, known as a Rutan, figures out how to get up the ship to escape its adversary alien followers, the Sontarans, who have been at war since the beginning of time. Not long after the Sontarans take control of the ship and start to search for the Rutan, he masks itself as one of the crew members and starts killing Sontarans and Humans alike. The Sontarans soon choose to obliterate all life on the Tiger Moth inciting Captain Deranne to find the lethal Rutan before her ship and everybody on it is destroyed.

The thing that connects the film to the Doctor Who series are the alien species inside in it. Particularly the Sontarans, who are a fan top choice. This film depicts the first time the famous warring species showed up onscreen together. In spite of the fact that the copyright to the Sontarans was procured, the rights to their appearance were not. Therefore, they were redesigned for this story. That being said it is still a fun expansion to the Whoniverse and is a must see for Sontaran fans.

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5 Reasons Why Star Trek: Enterprise Failed And How It Almost Worked.

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When Enterprise appeared on UPN in 2001 it was with a confident feeling of progress. Beyond any doubt, Star Trek was in somewhat of a decrease after its failures to release of Voyager. However, Enterprise guaranteed to cure that by taking Gene Roddenberry’s vision in a new direction. They rewound the clock back to where the Federation started to rediscover the soul of adventure and investigation that used to be the signs of a maturing franchise now suffocating in techno-babble.

They were so sure this would work thatEnterprise didn’t even put the words “Star Trek” in its title. Their audience would discover it and love it regardless of what they called it.

They weren’t right. Had Enterprise ended up being any of the things it should be, those things would have worked out as expected.

We realize that five years after its cancellation directorJJ Abrams pulled off every one of the things Enterprise initially guaranteed, and even more in his 2009 film. The 2009 Star Trek was, essentially, everything Enterprise was supposed to be but wasn’t.

What was the deal? Where did they go wrong? Here’s what we found….

1. A New Start

There’s no denying that the 2009 motion picture’s prosperity had the right idea. Enterprise was supposed to take us back to the beginning of the Federation, before the time of Captain Kirk to the principal starship to bear that well-known name. More than that, Enterprise should be diverse in style and tone. They needed a stripped down methodology, one that lay emphasis on the quality of human determination rather than the extreme, over-dependence on innovation past Trek series’ had ended up lost in.

Sadly, Enterprise rapidly turned into a TV series at war with itself. The show’s pilot, “Broken Bow” promptly went to play out time travel well and a progression of events that would squander what ought to have been an intriguing premise on an indifferent worldly plot that went no place.

More regrettable by concentrating on time travel as the show’s essential plot gadget, they disregarded the day and age they’d worked so hard to set it in. As opposed to investigating the conceivable outcomes of narrating in the most punctual, wild west days of human space investigation Enterprise very frequently centered around the same useless technobabble that hamstrung Voyager.

Nothing epitomized the show’s double nature like its maligned theme song. Like the series itself, the Enterprise opening credits were intended to be fresh, to exemplify the soul of adventure they wanted to recover. However, it destroyed that energizing visual blowout by setting it to an unbalanced melody about confidence sung by a Rod Stewart knockoff. Later when they understood everybody abhorred it, they attempted to repair it by speeding up the tempo. This was worse.

However even in amongst the wreckage the show’s makers made of it, there were a couple of smart ideas that shone through. Some of those neglected remainders were minor. For example, the team’s trepidation of utilizing the transporter was a pleasant little subplot which never truly got explored. Some of them were major.




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2. Captain Archer

Archer was played by Scott Bakula, a performer best known for his “aw shucks” persona, and the character he played mirrored that. The thing about Captain Archer is that he’s bad at his job. He’s the only Star Trek captain who appears to have definitely no clue what he’s doing. It makes sense since he’s the first to be out there doing it. Starfleet had no real way to realize what sort of man they’d need sitting in their first Warp 5 ship’s commander’s seat. In Jonathan Archer, they made the wrong choice.

The Archer Enterprise acquainted us with at first was indiscreet and messy. He hobnobs with the crew and treats his main goal like he’s on some kind of galactic delight voyage. He’s not an awful person or even a terrible captain, he’s simply not exceptionally appropriate to being a starship administrator. At the point when things begin to turn out badly, he sulks. At the point when things don’t go as planned, he whines. As the missions get harder he gets progressively troubled and hopeless. He begins to glare, shouts at his team, starts holding feelings of spite, shooting first and making inquiries later.

As the show’s writers turned out to be progressively distant with the character, Archer transformed into just a placeholder for an effectively decided future achievement. His mentality didn’t make a difference, his flaws didn’t generally add up to anything, and his choices were rendered unessential as Enterprise outlined a course which constrained him to go right when he ought to have gone left. They could have made a whole series out of watching Archer battle with his disappointments. However, they continued pushing the character into Captain Kirk’s cookie cutter mould. Archer isn’t Captain Kirk. He loves water polo. He spends his off-duty hours embracing a Beagle. He’s happier discussing warp hypothesis than negotiating with unfriendly aliens or making sweet love to green ladies. Enterprise overlooked this and continued making Archer as something he never was and that Scott Bakula was never equipped for playing.



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7 Most Tantalizing GiFs Of “Padme Amidala” Beyond The World Of Star Wars!

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If you really think Vader was dating a generic chick, you need to recalibrate your thought process because his lady was far from being common. Natalie portman who played the character of Padme in prequels has been extremely vocal about her negative opinions about the Star TWars franchise plus she even went on a record to confirm that she has not watched episode 7 and do not plan to do so. She may be caustic and salty about the fanbase of the Star Wars but we will keep celebrating her beauty and keep loving her. Here are some saucy and most probably the best GIFs of Natalie on the internet. Here they are enjoy:-




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5 Most Memorable Alien Loves of Captain Kirk.

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Which is the most apt description for James Tiberius Kirk? Do we call him the Courageous explorer of the cosmos or the captain of the starship USS Enterprise intergalactic love machine? Well, he is all of that rolled into one. In his thirty years reign asCaptain Kirk one thing is clear: his devilish charm works its magic with the ladies be they human or alien.
Chris Pine has now adopted the role in JJ Abrams’ movies. Abrams too has allowed Kirk his ways with the ladies by hooking him up with a green-skinned Orion Starfleet officer in 2009’s Star Trek and two cat-like aliens in Star Trek into Darkness. As a tribute to Shatner, let us look at 5 of Shatner’s most memorable love interests from The Original Series.

5. Shahna – ‘The Gamesters of Triskelion’
The encounter between the Star Trek crew and Angelique Pettyjohn’sShahnaon her homeworld of Triskelion. Her task was to train Kirk for gladiatorial battle. As expected, Shahna succumbed to the Captain’s charm. Which woman wouldn’t? At the end of the episode, she asks to fly away with him on the Enterprise only to be left Kirk who ditches her.




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4. Kelinda – ‘By Any Other Name’
Barbara Bouchet’s character Kelinda is a Kelvan Alien who discovered emotion in this episode in the second season. For the trivia fans, this is the same actress who played the role of Miss Moneypenny in the Casino Royale Spoof. She undergoes a mind meld by Spock and gets constantly knocked out by Kirk.Due to her newfound ability, Kelinda discovers for the first time that that Kirk’s constant apologies are a bit of a turn-on. We also get to know that this caused some jealousy issues Kelinda’s commanding officer Rojan.

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9 Most Awesome Star Trek Video Games.

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Star Trek video games have a tendency to get unfavorable criticism. This is something that doesn’t help when your most recent release is an amazingly awful film that attempted to turn the ‘Star Trek adventure’ into a third-person shooter with components of the mythology tossed in as an afterthought. Given that Star Trek is experiencing a renaissance on the big screen and is reputed to return home to TV, it’s a disgrace there’s a lack of presence in the one spot it could truly thrive and that is; computer games.

However, for every one of you holding the arms of your chair while claiming to be the Captain himself we have a list of the 10 best Star Trek computer games you can really appreciate.

9. Away Team

Away Team may be seen as one of the more capricious sections on this list. Taking the acknowledged Star Trek group, tearing it up, tossing it into a tin, setting it ablaze and afterward launching its fiery remains out of a gun into the sun, this Strategy game from Activision made a special effort to make Star Trek lively and energizing when the franchise was fumbling.

With a great story that concentrated on a connivance to take control of Starfleet, Away Team gave you a huge number of characters with genuine profundity. A potent blend of Real Time Strategy, turn-based battle and top-down stealth segments made this one of a kind in Star Trek computer game canon. It was a game which depended on timing and strategic speculation on the ground, as opposed to in space.




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8. Star Trek Online

Star Trek Online is a troublesome game. From one viewpoint it’s a different universe of Warcraft clone which, following five years of availability, no more holds the same enthusiasm as it once did. However, on the other hand, it’s an impeccable amalgamation of Massively Multiplayer elements with the Star Trek universe. It’s a MMORPG that switches between third individual ‘ground-based’ battle and visually amazing ship to ship fights.

However STO experiences one of the fundamental downsides in that a large number of the players have been playing it for all that time. This makes it troublesome for new players to get into the game. That being said, Star Trek Online is up there among the best Star Trek recreations ever constructed.

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7 Biggest “Star Trek” Myths Demystified.

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Star Trek is nearly as incomprehensible as space itself. As it is, there are such a large number of certainties, stories and bizarre goodies to explore. With Star Trek Beyond coming at us and 2016 being the 50th commemoration of the first show, we’re not going to quit discussing Star Trek for a long, long time. In this article, we’re about to tell you that some of what you think about Star Trek is really off base. Here are seven oft-rehashed Trek clichés debunked.

7. The Original Cast Did Not Get Rich When the Show Became Popular

You may think that the first cast of Star Trek began to make money after the show exploded in syndication in the mid-1970’s. However, they didn’t. In 1974, William Shatner was so broke that he needed to do advertisements for Promise Margarine. This is the sort of work he would have turned-down in the 1960’s.

In William Shatner’s diary Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship With a Remarkable Man he reveals that “We didn’t get paid residuals, it’s possible no show has been run more in syndication than the original series, but we didn’t receive a penny from that.” However, this condition did not apply to Leonard Nimoy. He clearly made more than other individuals from the first cast and negotiated more smartly.

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6. To Save the Original Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry Did Not Fight the Studio To The End

If you know your Trek history, then you know that the first show was wiped out by NBC in 1969. As a result of poor ratings, NBC had to scratch off the show in the second season. However, it was halted by something particular and that was a letter-writing campaign sorted out by Star Trek fans. Edward Gross stated thatNBC had no real option except to renew for a third season because of the letter writing campaign.Although Star Trek was restored for a third season, the show’s maker, Gene Roddenberry really quit being a maker. Basically, despite the fact that Trek was on air for a third year, it was dead, and Roddenberry had surrendered. NBC] didn’t care for Roddenberry and he didn’t care for them is what Gross said. Eventually, they gave the show the Friday night slot at 10 pm to guarantee that people viewing would be so low that they could scratch off it. Furthermore, amid its last season, the show was being run by Fred Freiberger, who was an outsider and not Gene Roddenberry.

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10 Confirmed Cast Of Marvel’s Luke Cage – “A Spinoff That’s Going To Be Awesome”

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Luke Cage is going to hit the Netflix screens on the September 30th 2016. The show is a spin-off of Jessica Jones, shares the Marvel’s cinematic universe with other Netflix shows like the “Daredevil” and “Iron Fist”. The timeline of this series will be taking place sometime after the events of Jessica Jones where the character tries to figure about the purpose of his life and better use of his powers. The series will also focus on the origins of the Luke Cage with flashbacks. The environment is set in “Harlem” so get prepared to hear some groovy music paying an homage to the Harlem’s vivid culture. Luke Cage’s character is played by Mike Colter, and he has revealed some really interesting facts about the show below, have a read:- “He is reeling from the experience that happens in Jessica, and he’s trying to get himself back on track. His bar was blown up, and now, he has to start over again. He’s just got to figure out where he is now, and what he’s doing with his life because he wants to define himself as a man, define himself in society and try to deal with his own demons. Just like Jessica had to deal with her demons, he has to deal with his demons.” “There’s a social aspect involved with Luke Cage, there is a criminal element involved, and there is a procedural element involvement. We focus on a variety of different things. I think it will be a surprise. I don’t know if we’ll be taking things to the next level because Jessica did such a great job. I don’t know what to expect, as far as the response, but I know it’s going to be different.” “Luke has some songs that people know but I think also the whole feel of it will have, I guess this is an overused word, but urban. It will be urban, it will be soulful, and it will be a stark contrast to the music you heard for the first two prior series. We are in Harlem, so you want to feel like you are around that kind of culture, Harlem has a long, rich culture of music and we want to pay homage to that. “It’s very sophisticated. I mean, it’s got a ’90s hip-hop vibe, but it’s really forward-thinking. We have Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad doing the scoring for us. We have a lot of different musical appearances, but at the same time, we’ve got the Marvel action. We’ve got drama.” The show also packs some of the best actors from the TV industry, and we might even see some big cameos from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’ve got some confirmation on the cast, have a check :-

1. Mahershala Ali As Cornell Stokes

Mahershala Ali As Cornell Stokes

2. Simone Missick As Misty Knight

Simone Missick As Misty Knight



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