Ahmed Best Interview

I’d heard about this interview a while ago, but it wasn’t until today that TFN posted a link to Entertainment Weakly’s chat with Ahmed Best. It’s an informative read and I have to say, even with all of the totally unfair bullcrap dumped on Best and on his alter ego (much of it I could blame on the likes of EW), he has a great attitude toward his time in the GFFA. Props also to his former co-stars sticking up for him.

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6 Responses to “Ahmed Best Interview”

  1. Mark Newbold Says:

    We actually posted it on February 12th over at Jedi News. Great interview, we focussed on the missing scene from ROTS:

    http://www.jedinews.co.uk/news/news.aspx?newsID=6651

  2. Adam D. Bram Says:

    I thought both articles were beautiful. I wish that scene was in Sith…

    I finally got around to seeing Phantom in 3D (I don’t like 3D as a rule, but who can pass up a chance to see Star Wars in theatres?) My friends and I were all laughing at Jar Jar…and pitying him both in-story (dude just can’t catch a break; I think Boss Nass made him a general hoping he’d get blown up) and in a meta way regarding his unpopular status to the general public.

    • Stefan Kraft Says:

      “I think Boss Nass made him a general hoping he’d get blown up.”
      Now that could be stuff for a fanfic. 😉

      • Adam D. Bram Says:

        I think Robot Chicken actually hit the nail on the head. Vader tried to throw him out of an airlock and he just comes back as a Force Ghost.

        It says no matter what Jar Jar is here to stay. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.

        “Mesa all sparkly-glowy!”

  3. PrinceOfNaboo Says:

    You know what I like? The media starts calling “them” what they are: HATERS.
    Not “fans” or “audience”.

  4. ladylavinia1932 Says:

    I once saw him in person at the Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles, a few years ago. I was too shy to say anything, but now I wish I had.

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