First Star Wars reviews are in
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has already broken a major record and it’s not even in cinemas yet.
It debuted on Rotten Tomatoes with the highest-ever score for a Star Wars movie, rating 96 per cent or 8.3/10 on average from about 92 reviews.
The score slipped slightly to 94 per cent after further reviews were added leaving The Last Jedi sitting on par with Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, which is widely considered the best Star Wars movie ever made.Camille Grammer opens up about cancer diagnosis
Prince Harry and Prince William turned heads on the red carpet for the UK premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, posing with Stormtroopers and droid BB-8.
The royals are believed to have made a cameo appearance in the movie after filming scenes during a “private tour of Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire last year”, the UK’s Telegraph reports.Last Jedi set for $215m opening in US
Dressed as Stormtroopers, Wills and Harry reportedly give Benicio Del Toro a slap on the backside in the uncredited roles.
Bond star Daniel Craig had the same cameo — hidden under a Stormtrooper costume — in 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
“The Princes dressed up in full Stormtrooper gear and filmed a scene in which Rey and Finn infiltrate a secret base,” a source told the Daily Mail.Controversies rock Hollywood in 2017
“The rebel characters are in a lift with Benicio Del Toro’s character when a group of Stormtroopers enter — two of them are William and Harry.”
Harry and Wills were joined by Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver and Mark Hamill at Royal Albert Hall in London.
Ridley, 25, who plays Jedi Rey in the latest Star Wars instalment, sported a black Calvin Klein dress with an asymmetric neckline as she posed with co-star Hammil, who plays Luke Skywalker.Assault laws in focus amid Weinstein saga
“I actually felt more nervous because I didn’t know what I was doing the first time around, and you kind of think, how am I supposed to do something again when I didn’t know what I did the first time?,” Ridley said, according to the Daily Mail.
“And I think because people responded so well to [co-star] John [Boyega] and I together that was a big thing too, thinking how are people going to respond when we’re not together. So it was nerve-racking.
“But again, as relationships grow and you start to get comfortable, it settles into a wonderful six months.”Jazz and pop singer Keely Smith dies at 89
Fresh from his engagement to Meghan Markle, Prince Harry was accompanied by his brother Prince William to the premiere, also attended by Star Wars favourites C3PO and R2D2.