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In 1974, they settled down for good in a rambling, old Victorian home in downtown Augusta, Kentucky, a small town on the Ohio River about an hour south of Cincinnati.There, despite some name recognition, the Clooneys led a fairly modest life.Miguel and his father were making a film in Kentucky about horse racing, and Ferrer offered Clooney a little acting work.Clooney hung around the set for a good three months, where he worked as an extra and even landed a few lines.The expression also varies between "bad bad feeling", "very bad feeling", or "really bad feeling", and also as "I've got a bad feeling about this." When spoken, the A in "bad" is sometimes drawn out, as "I have a baad feeling about this." The phrase is also occasionally referenced by having a character say "I have a good feeling about this", or something to that effect.Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi is the first Star Wars film to not feature "I have a bad feeling about this" spoken in Galactic Basic.
PHOTOS: When You Wish Upon a Death Star: The Surprising Symmetry of Star Wars and Disney In addition to her gig with Dream Works, Hobson also heads Chicago-based investment management firm Ariel Investments Llc. Ariel reportedly is among the largest African-American-owned money management and mutual fund companies in the U. Hobson is a regular financial contributor to ABC’s .However, the film's director, Rian Johnson, confirmed that the line is in the film, and that it is spoken by BB-8 during the opening battle sequence.“In debates, the Republican will go, 'That guy's bad, and that guy's good.' And the Democrat will say, 'Well, I understand what you're saying, because your parents were alcoholics.' And the reality is that you need people who go, 'That's good.It is heard nearly as many times in the Star Wars saga as "May the Force be with you." The phrase is spoken twice in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, the first of the Star Wars movies to be made, and at least once in each subsequent movie and the Lucas Arts games based on Star Wars.The phrase also appears in non-Star Wars-related Lucas projects, such as the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and the Monkey Island series of Lucas Arts games.