Thursday, 26 April, 2018

Star Wars Rebels Finale Reveals Connections To Original Trilogy

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Stacy Diaz | 07 March, 2018, 23:09

"He teleported to a nudist colony, that's what I'm hoping", said Hamill, that last bit being a joke, though not entirely implausible in the "Star Wars" universe. "He's quite an old character, and those battle scars are affecting his recovery and his body's started to break down as well". And this year, he's been nominated for an Academy Award for his score for The Last Jedi.

Williams, whose career spans nearly six decades and over 350 projects, appeared on classic public radio station KUSC talked about his work on the Star Wars franchise and believes one of the biggest plot points in The Last Jedi might not be as it seems.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Serkis said: "We wanted him to have a great deal of mystery and we did". In a video interview, Rebels creator Dave Filoni offers up the reasoning behind not including the Rogue One Battle of Scarif in the Star Wars Rebels finale. I've been asked to not shed anything, should we want to bring him back in any way whether [in a] prequel or whatever. I mean, because this is important for this particular story, and I think we'd have to be very careful about how it would be used otherwise. It still does remain a mystery for people.

Star Wars Rebels Finale Reveals Connections To Original Trilogy

Luke's death was not exactly welcomed warmly by a lot of the fans, a lot of them even raged at the way the movie handled the character, more so his death. He completely underestimates Rey, obviously, but he can sense that there's a strength there that certainly Kylo Ren doesn't have.

I'm sure there can be alternate timelines out there where Han Solo and Luke Skywalker do not die at the end of The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi respectively if time travel were to be added in the movies. I know that some people find it incredibly frustrating, but I think it allows for further exploration and layering at a further point. Interestingly. For our time.