Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion (Spoilers ahead)

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Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Discussion (Spoilers ahead)

Post by Greg2600 » December 31st, 2017, 11:37 am

class316 wrote:
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I'm not sure how believable a senior citizen like Hamill would be in a light saber duel?
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Post by WOODMO » December 31st, 2017, 12:44 pm

This was my defense of the last one. Everyone being dead now is what their intention was. This is a reboot more than continuation, but they kept the old people in initially to give old fans reason to watch and make extra money. Now it will mainly be about Ridley, Boyega, Driver, etc.

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Post by class316 » December 31st, 2017, 1:24 pm

Next movie trilogy apparently won't even have anything to do with the Skywalker family. It will be in another corner of the galaxy with completely new characters and stories. I wonder if there will even be any Jedis or force users.
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Post by class316 » December 31st, 2017, 6:53 pm

Another thing, I wonder what will happen to Anakin's light saber. Rey still has it albeit sliced in two. I'm guessing she will take the Kaiburr crystal from it and construct a new one.
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Post by Greg2600 » March 2nd, 2018, 8:54 am

Potential reason Trevorrow was fired from Ep. IX. Seems a bit convenient that the reasons were literally the biggest sore spots for fans.

https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2018/03/ ... last-jedi/
“There were two key things Trevorrow wanted to be changed – and they were not minor”, claims the rumour. “These two things have been known for a while around Disney. Firstly, he wanted Luke to still be alive in 9. He strongly disagreed with killing Luke off in 8 when he had just been re-introduced. Luke and Leia were to be a pivotal part of his script, with Leia’s Force affinity revealed in a much more brother/sister way that was apparently going to be ‘beautiful and tragic’. Mark Hamill loved it. ‘We were on the same page,’ as he’s said about Trevorrow’s storyline. However, Kennedy and Johnson wanted Luke dead – period. Second, he wanted Snoke to live, as his back story was to be more discussed. Fisher dying scuttled his original plan for the Leia Force affinity reveal, of course. But he still needed Luke alive for the story he wanted to tell to end the trilogy – more of a Luke handing off the baton to Rey and a Luke ‘walking off into the sunset’ idea, in the last film – rather than Luke dying in 8. They refused. He argued. They fired him.”
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Post by mrira » March 2nd, 2018, 4:32 pm

Couldn't this still have be done with Luke as a force ghost? Luke found out some important stuff from the ghost of Obi-Won


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