Andy Serkis Wants Snoke Alive For Star Wars: Episode IX

Star Wars: John Williams – 'I Think There's More to Rey's Parents'

Star Wars: John Williams – 'I Think There's More to Rey's Parents'

In an interview with BBC, Hamill voiced out his claims for the character saying that he does not want to believe Luke died during the climactic final battle during "Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi". However, using it in the Star Wars universe could be confusing if it retcons movies and events that happened in the past.

John Williams, having composed the iconic scores for every major Star Wars installment since the franchise began decades back, has made a decision to call it a day after he is done composing the score of the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX installment.

We wanted him to have a great deal of mystery, but we did ... J.J.

In "Star Warriors", director J.J. Abrams introduces an "exclusive" first look at the planned summer 2019 movie The Mos Eisley Five: A Star Wars Story, starring Mikey Day, host Charles Barkley, and Kate McKinnon. "[Abrams] and I discussed it, and Rian [Johnson] and I did discuss backstories to him, where he came from", said Serkis. 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. There was a certain level of mystery and intrigue surrounding the character, so some fans were let down in The Last Jedi when Rey and Kylo killed him. It's mainly a place that people would go to see the future and the past.

Mark's character has undoubtedly grown up since he first took the role on in 1967, and Luke has now become the "hermit Jedi" that was famously portrayed by the late Alec Guinness as Obi-Wan Kenobi in the original trilogy. I know that some people find it incredibly frustrating, but I think it allows for further exploration and layering at a further point.

Whether or not you see that as walking back the earlier quote or that he thinks we have genuinely seen the end of movie Snoke is up to you and your own theories. Interestingly. For our time.

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