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RUMOR Episodes 10-12 in Possible Early Development

Discussion in 'General Sequel Trilogy Discussion' started by Ganon136, Sep 6, 2021.

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    Lol you think I'm joking. Look at Hera and Kanan. It was a big deal when they finally kissed, then next thing you know Kanan died and hera had a kid.
     
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    I honestly do not know a single Ben/Kylo fan who wants that. And I'm in touch with a lot of them, believe me.

    And Rey already is capable of everything, from being 'all the Jedi' to being the only person capable of defeating the Emperor on her own - Anakin couldn't, Luke couldn't, even Yoda, with eight centuries of experience, couldn't. All Rey needed was her 'womanhood' and a pair of antique lightsabres.

    If she manages to conceive a child without going through the usual methods she'll be inhuman. It brings an entirely new dimension to Daisy Ridley's comment 'Rey doesn't need a boyfriend.':(:mad:
     
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    No. It took Rey and all of the Jedi. And she still died.
     
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    While I believe it likely that we'll see Rey & Co. again in future feature films, I do not think such films will be created and marketed as further episodes of the Skywalker Saga. There are too many hurdles against that, like John Williams being inevitably (and very sadly) out of the picture soon-ish, and you can't have a Skywalker Saga film with out the maistro doing the score.

    No, we're post-Skywalker now, and TRoS even changes the concept of "Skywalker" so there is no going back to the central theme of the Skywalker Saga.

    The story of Anakin bringing balance to the force (albiet through his bloodline if not entirely on his own, and ultimately by Rey after being resurrected by the last blood-relative Skywalker) by destroying the Sith* -- hopefully once and for all -- is complete, and Rey &.al. lives in a post-prophecy galaxy now. This (i.e. post-ST) is the age of Broom Boy (probably not) and others, living in a galaxy liberated from the dichotomic Light vs. Dark tug-of-war.


    *Just in case this is brought up again. According to George Lucas, the balance is achieved by removing the Dark Siders (Sith) from the equation, not by balansing good/evil, light/dark. The Sith and their ilk ARE the unbalancing factor. According to the Maker Himself.
     
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    Also. Being "all the Jedi" isn't a power that Rey has. It's something that the Jedi had collectively discovered/rediscovered around the time that they were wiped out. Beforehand, Yoda's attitude to the dead Jedi was, they are gone and that's it. Pining for them to come back or whatever was considered selfish and not the Jedi way. But when Yoda learned that one could retain their identity beyond death, that paved the way to what happens with Rey and all the Jedi. (When the plot needed it to, of course. Like everything else to do with the force). It wasn't that the Jedi before were incapable of it. It was just not prescribed by their own dogma up till this point.
     
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    You know, I wondered where they all were in the time leading up to TROS...why didn't Anakin pop up and have a word with his grandson, for example?

    DLF 'retconned' Rey's 'death'.....apparently she wasn't actually dead, in response to a number of people post TROS pointing out that Jedi fade into the Force when they snuff it, instead of waiting for someone else to be their life donor.
     
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    Like Qui Gon and Vader did?

    Only those who have been trained or otherwise already learned how to retain their identity beyond death do that.

    It makes no difference. Without Ben there to take her place and give his life, she's dead.
     
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    And thus, his purpose in the ST is revealed. Sad fate for the last of Anakin's descendants.
     
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    She really said that? Ugh.
     
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    That's why I don't care what the actors think of their characters or the movies. Mark Hammil has always complained about Luke. Mark isn't Luke. Daisy isn't Rey etc. They're actors, not writers or directors. Yeah they have to get into character. Guinness came up with his own backstory for obiwan to get into character, but that's way different.
    Hollywood today has no class. Make your little movies and shut up. Nobody cares.
     
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    Have to say, I agree with you there. As long as they give a good performance on screen I'm fine with it.

    I think though....regarding the ST Abrams DID indulge his cast. Poe Dameron was always meant to be a 'cameo' part, his character was slated to be killed off in TFA but Oscar wanted him to survive, so Abrams gave him what he wanted.
    As I said before, Daisy and John are good pals and expressed their disappointment that they didn't get to work much together throughout the making of TLJ. Then they spent a large part of TROS on screen together. Daisy said when Abrams was hired to direct TROS they were 'thrilled'.
    https://www.cinemablend.com/news/24...t-was-really-psyched-to-finally-work-together

    Whether they actually asked Abrams for this is up for interpretation.
     
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    JJ was the safe choice. Tfa was generally liked by many. I hope kk isn't easily influenced by the actors. Seeing that there's always some kind of drama with directors under her, I don't think she chooses directors in haste. I think she's a tough person to work with and JJ was the least abrasive.
     
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    I actually think he's a nice guy, and must be great to work with, although as a Ben fan I still can't accept his insistence that the ending was 'hopeful and satisfying'.(emperor)
     
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