The latest story is based on Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw, another atmospheric, restrained tale of ghosts and tragedy.
Author Greg van Eekhout was lucky enough to retell the moment when Kenobi faces his darkest temptation, and we were able to speak to him about it (and many other Star Wars subjects) in this exclusive interview.
Even in odd times, a win is a win, and the long-delayed New Mutants was tops at the box office with an estimated $7 million in ticket sales.
The network will play Black Panther commercial-free tonight, and follow the film with an ABC News Special entitled, Chadwick Boseman: A Tribute for a King.
While most belated sequels prove to be bogus journeys, Bill & Ted Face the Music shows that it is entirely possible for some to turn out to be an excellent adventure.
It appears that Disney is preparing to take another cinematic trip through the famous home to 999 happy haunts.