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Star Wars The Acolyte episode 5: new controversy, fans are furious

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun26,2024

It's an affront among the fans. Episode 5 of Star Wars: The Acolyte created a big controversy around the prelogy of George Lucas. The showrunner only has three short episodes left to calm the (already boiling) heat of the fanbase.

Star Wars The Acolyte episode 5: new controversy, fans are furious

Warning, the following article contains SPOILERS on the plot of the fifth episode of the Star Wars series; The Acolyte. If you haven't seen it yet, we strongly advise you to stop reading immediately. present.

new controversy around a Star Wars series that has already been released. highly criticized

Disney has finally decided to à move on to the next step in his narration of The Acolyte.After a very slow establishment of the stakes, the new Star Wars series offered us a very nervous episode 5, honoring the most beautiful saber fights of the saga, all under a Very controlled night lighting. In “Night”, Sol, Yord, Jecki and the other Jedi face the mysterious entity obscure, who turns out to beQimir, the frail smuggler from the beginning of the series.

After very well-worked choreographies that would make those of George Lucas' prelogy pale in comparison, we learn from the words of Qimir a revelation, which — although we expected it — risks upsetting the entire lore of Star Wars. When Master Sol asks him who he is, he replies that he has no name, but that the Jedi would call him a Sith. Problem is, the Sith are supposed to have disappeared in 2000. This time, at least according to the Jedi Council and in particular Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi, whose sentence was never used. as famous:“Impossible! The Sith have been extinct for a millennium”. If we will not return to the major inconsistency that this causes with the prelogy,the fans' ardor did not calm down with such a revelation. On by George Lucas.

“The show's woke”
“It breaks lore”
“Star Wars is dead”
“Disney Star Wars”

June 26, 2024

“The show's woke” “She breaks the lore” “Star Wars is dead” “Disney Star Wars”

Knew it. I freaking knew it. Disney just blew apart the lore for Star Wars ud83dude02

June 26, 2024

I knew it. I fucking knew it. Disney just blew up the Star Wars story

Disney Star Wars ud83eudd26ud83cudffb #Acolyte

June 26, 2024

This costs 180 million

June 26, 2024

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I love new shows that undo all the years I've spent watching. a franchise.

June 26 , 2024

I guess The Sith hasn't been extinct for a millennium#Acolyte

June 26, 2024

I guess the Sith haven't been extinct since a millennium.

nah this was DISRESPECTFULud83dude2d #TheAcolyte

June 26, 2024

No, it was disrespectful!

Spoilers //#TheAcolyte


June 26, 2024

“There aren’t anyone with in The Acolyte it’s probably just a Splinter Order or a Dark Jedi.”

After Watching Episode 5:

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“There isn't one in The Acolyte, it's probably a splinter Order or a Dark Jedi .

One more criticism of the series, already targeted for the slowness of its narration or its overly “woke” side. em> Outcry which is reflected in a very low13% positive opinion from spectators on Rotten Tomatoes.

< p>There are three episodes left for Leslye Headland to try to find a plot twist and explain the disorder caused among the fanbase. several times. Answer (maybe), starting next week.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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