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Star Wars' John Boyega Takes Shots At Game Of Thrones Over Their Lack Of Diversity!

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Forget winter, John Boyega has come for Game of Thrones.

For his cover story interview with GQ, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi star openly criticized the lack of diversity in Hollywood as he called out fantasy producers for not casting black actors in projects. Oh snap!

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The up-and-comer didn't hold back as he noted:

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John Boyega Reminisces About The Time He Ate Waffles With Robert Downey Jr. & Orlando Bloom In GQ!

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John Boyega is quite the snack!

The Star Wars: The Force Awakens star covers the August 2017 issue of GQ which shines a spotlight on Hollywood's up-and-coming A-listers.

In the publication, the 25-year-old opens up about the time he went to Robert Downey Jr.'s house and asked him for advice on how to tread Hollywood's treacherous waves. Sadly, Iron Man did not make breakfast, though he did "orchestrate the making of the waffles."

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He recounts:

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Carrie Fisher Reigns Over Vanity Fair's Stunning Covers Of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Heroes & Villains!

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Back in full force!

Vanity Fair celebrated Star Wars' 40th anniversary with four exclusive covers featuring the stars of the upcoming film The Last Jedi.

The covers of the issue, which hits newsstands later this month, were shot by Annie Leibovitz on location in England and Ireland in May 2016.

Video: Watch This 1982-Style Trailer For The Last Jedi!

Scoring her own solo cover as General Leia Organa is the late Carrie Fisher, with a second cover featuring (the last!?) Jedi duo Luke Skywalker and Rey — aka Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley.

A third cover shows Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron), John Boyega (Finn), Kelly Marie Tran (Rose Tico) and BB-8. The villainous forth cover features Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma), Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux) and Adam Driver (Kylo Ren).

Ch-ch-check out the powerful portraits (above) and click HERE to see Leibovitz's full portfolio, along with a story on the making of the highly-anticpiated follow-up!

[Image via Vanity Fair.]

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This Star Wars Bad Lip Reading Will Force You To Awaken With Laughter!

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Nothing comes between Princess Leia and her frap… not even poop on a stick!

At least that's according to the brilliant minds behind the Bad Lip Reading of Star Wars: The Force Awakens!

The clip shows Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Adam Driver in a galaxy far, far, more hilarious.

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In this alternative world, Han Solo is afraid of Ninjas, Kylo Ren makes bird finger puppets, and Chewie has mad pickup game.

Not only was the video made in honor of Fisher's passing, but it also features Mark Hamill as the voice of Han — and he's got that growly snark down pat!

Ch-ch-check out the funny clip (below)!

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Samuel L. Jackson Clarifies His Comments About Black Brits Playing African Americans: 'We're Not Afforded The Same Luxury'

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Samuel L. Jackson is usually unapologetic about his words, and that also goes for his recent comments about black Brits!

The Hateful Eight star faced some backlash over controversial remarks about black British actors portraying African Americans on the big screen.

In a recent interview with New York radio station Hot 97, SLJ said he thought Jordan Peele's racially charged horror flick Get Out should have starred an American actor instead of London-born Daniel Kaluuya.

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These comments sparked a ton of criticism — even (British) Star Wars actor John Boyega spoke out, saying Jackson's argument was a "stupid ass conflict we don't have time for."

Now, the actor is clarifying his remarks, saying he just meant to criticize the one-way system.

At Wednesday's premiere of Kong: Skull Island, the 68-year-old told the AP:

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Samuel L. Jackson Wants All The Black British Actors To 'Get Out' Of African American Roles!

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Samuel L. Jackson is not one to hold his tongue, even if his opinion is a little on the controversial side.

In an interview on New York's Hot 97 on Monday, the Kong: Skull Island star got real about a Hollywood trend that's been bothering him: black British actors playing African American roles.

Related: Sam Leads The Charge After 'Muthafukka' Ben Carson Refers To Slaves As 'Immigrants'

When discussing the new hit horror film Get Out, starring Brit Daniel Kaluuya, Sam just had to get this pet peeve off his chest:

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Oscar Isaac Talks Star Wars, Donald Trump, & Being 'The Internet's Boyfriend' In Candid Rolling Stone Interview!

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With starring roles in the upcoming X-Men and Star Wars films, it's safe to say that Oscar Isaac is a bona fide movie star.

But the 37-year-old actor made it clear he has no interest in being identified as a star of any variety!

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, The Force Awakens star actor opened up about the passionate fan base he accumulated over the past year after being dubbed by bloggers as "the Internet's boyfriend" — a title that Isaac isn't expecting to last long.

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He quipped:

"The Internet never struck me as being into monogamous relationships. It's very promiscuous, the Internet."

While the in-demand actor has plenty of roles coming up, Isaac said that his obligations for filming Star Wars sequels have his career "mapped out for quite some time." He added:

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