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  1. Interesting, that only pops up if you search specifically for "orate as an adjective," otherwise the dictionaries I saw only list it as a verb. Regardless, I think the way the characters in the sequel trilogy speak is just fine and matches the context - many characters in the prequel trilogy are senators, royalty, etc. which would mean they speak in a more formal manner. In the sequel trilogy, most of the characters are from more humble backgrounds so it makes sense that they would speak in a way that reflects that. Aside from that context, according to the genre and style of the Star Wars films, I think the sequel trilogy fits in just fine in this arena.
  2. It's funny you say that, seeing as "orate" is a verb, not an adjective.
  3. They showed some footage to Disney shareholders at a meeting in March. Much of that footage was shown again at a panel at d23 (not the d23 Saga Reel) and some versions of it have floated around online. A few things from it have been shown officially, like Rey, Finn, and Poe on the Falcon. Here is more about it by someone who was there (more tweets in the thread):
  4. Agreed, also once Ford v Ferrari and Frozen II are out. At that point TROS will probably be everywhere.
  5. For TFA & TLJ, tickets went on sale at the same time the trailer was released, so I expect the same for TROS.
  6. Laura Dern being there makes me think it was more likely from The Last Jedi.
  7. It was most likely one of the people mentioned here (the other tweets don't make it clear, unfortunately): https://www.starwars.com/news/d23-expo-2019-music-and-sounds-of-star-wars-galaxys-edge-panel
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