Star Wars Heroes and Villains Bracket Game Winner!

Darth Vader

The Star Wars bracket game was set up to be heroes vs. villains.  In the end, the victory went to the Dark Side.  Darth Vader beat out his own daughter to win the title of Ultimate Star Wars Character.  He’s definitely one of the most iconic villains in movie history.

That brings this iteration of the bracket game to a close.  It will be back next year.  I will probably run two bracket games in January just as I did this year.  2015 started off with bracket games covering the movies of 1985 and 1995.  That set the tone for a lot of the articles that came out all year long.  I’m looking to do essentially the same thing with the years 1986 and 1996.

As always, thanks to everyone who played along with the Star Wars bracket game.  Things are going to be a bit hectic for the next few weeks.  Updates over the holidays will likely be a bit less frequent.  But rest assured Le Blog will be back in full force in the new year.  If I don’t see you before then, best wishes!



Posted on December 21, 2015, in Bracket Game, Movies, Star Wars and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. I think Han Solo would have beaten Darth Vader.


  2. Here to use the site for a launching pad to an experiment as we discussed. Purposely staying away from reviews and comments sections. I’ll email you when missions complete.


    • When are you planning on seeing Force Awakens RB? I’m sure that you’re going to enjoy it, it is lively and entertaining I will admit that much.


  3. Goal now is by the day after Christmas. Craig, I heard opening day records were broken!
    Looking forward to it.
    P.S. to Lebeau: working off a different computer and browser but the project is done!


    • You’re darn right box office records were broken RB! I was browsing over the box office numbers and noticed something interesting: for comparison the hit James Bond film Spectre has so far earned $193M over the last 45 days; The Force Awakens earned that much in it’s first two days.

      The box office numbers are astounding. The biggest opening in December was previously The Hobbit, with $86M (Decembers don’t often get big opening weekends). The biggest opening weekend of all time was Jurassic World with $208M. The Force Awakens absolutely crushed both records with a jawdropping $247 Million. And further films typically have strong legs over the long holiday, so Force Awakens is turning out to be a monster.


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