@InterestingLurker : Since mav posted this 13 hours ago, I'm wondering...is there some point to your last post? Even if she hadn't posted this, a back and forth "The Vong are boring!" "No they aren't!" "Yes they are!" "No they aren't!" would be pretty damn idiotic, unless we're all in the third grade and then it might be somewhat expected. I'm trying to remember how this discussion even started in the first place--I'm guessing we were discussing what villains from the EU might work on screen? As I think I've mentioned before, I would like to see the Vong because they are a unique villain that hasn't been seen before in the SW universe and I think they and their vehicles would look awesome on screen. I'd take out the references to "infidels" though and I'd also take out the inability to sense them through the Force--that made them a bigger threat to the Jedi but otherwise didn't make any sense at all, since the Force flows through all living things and the Vong are all about biotechnology. I can't comment on Xizor, Kreia or Exar Kuun. Definitely do not want Thrawn. People have said in the past that the other characters' inner thoughts about how Thrawn is the most awesome and fearful being in the galaxy, would not translate to screen, however, I saw what the writers did to Ahsoka in the last seasons of TCW and have therefore concluded that such "let me tell you how awesome this character is" writing absolutely can be put on screen. C'baoth...I could see his Outbound Flight character on screen, and the audience would probably either love or hate him, there would be very little middle ground. And that can be a good thing. I'd rather not see his cloned self though, simply because I don't want any dead characters resurrected as cloned versions of their former selves.