Star Wars: Skywalker’s Rise is a feature film that divided fans of the intergalactic franchise. Closing a saga as important as that of the Skywalkers was not an easy task, even less with the controversial decisions that were made inThe Last Jedi. One ofEpisode IX’sbiggest disappointmentshas to do with the final showdown between Rey and Palpatine, assome fans were expecting iconic characters to appear.
Let’s be honest; When Rey lights his lightsaber again after hearing the voices of Yoda, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano and Mace Windu, among others, some of us believed that they would appear as ghosts of the Force. Unfortunately it did not happen. However, a fan was assigned the task of making that scene a reality thanks to the magic of editing. The result is simply fascinating, and we would have loved to see it on the big screen.
In the edited sequence you will see that behind Rey the ghosts of Anakin and Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda are revealed , who together help to defeat the evil Emperor. “I made this edition with the idea of expressing my vision of how I wish the end would have been,” Jon H , responsible for the extraordinary material , mentioned on his YouTube channel . If you are a Star Wars fan you cannot miss it:
The future of Star Wars
As you surely know, Star Wars has taken a break from the movies . At this time the efforts of Disney and Lucasfilm are focused on the franchise series, which already had a notable debut with the premiere of The Mandalorian on Disney Plus . However, those directed by Mickey plan to launch more series set in the universe created by George Lucas, including that of Captain Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), that of Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) and a third in charge of Leslye Headland. , creator of Russian Doll .
Previous productions don’t mean that Star Wars doesn’t have anything planned on the big screen. In fact, Taika Waititi , the Oscar winner for “Best Director” for Jojo Rabbit , is known to direct a new feature film in the series. For his part, Kevin Feige , director of Marvel Studios, is also involved in another film. If no obstacles arise along the way, Star Wars will return to theaters in late 2022.