Skywalker’s Rise ‘after All

Attention: this article contains spoilers about Star Wars: the rise of Skywalker Star Wars: the rise of Skywalker reached theaters last December 19 surrounded by expectations. JJ Abrams had the arduous task of tying the last loose ends and rounding the story with a definitive conclusion for the Skywalker universe. For many he fulfilled and for others not so much. And proof of this is that of the three deliveries that make up the recent trilogy, it is the one that raised the least at the box office. In addition to concluding the plots of Luke and Leia, the director had to unify the end with the dramatic arc of the new protagonists, especially that of Rey and Kylo Ren. And among those details was the explanation about the origins of the new Jedi. And what a surprise we get. Jonathan Olley; Copyright: 2019 Lucasfilm Ltd. & ™, All Rights Reserved.MoreRian Johnson misled (and disappointed) many fans by explaining Rey’s supposed origins. In Star Wars: the last Jedi knew that the heroine did not have an ancestry of galactic royalty. Rather it was a nobody. But JJ Abrams changed everything. In Star Wars: the rise of Skywalker the director left us stunned to discover the return of Emperor Palpatine (his appearance was already rumored but also had an effect). However, there was a detail that was not clear: was it a clone as suggested by tanks with other bodies around it (such as Snoke’s) or was the original Palpatine resurrected? We had to wait until details of the novelization leaked of the movie to discover the definitive answer. This book, written by Rae Carson and goes on sale on March 17, explains that the emperor we see in that scene of the Sith ritual in Exegol was a clone because before he died at the hands of Darth Daver in The Return of the Jedi, Palpatine moved his conscience to a clone he had prepared. However, “the transfer was imperfect” and the Sith members worked tirelessly to design a new vessel that stored its essence. One of these attempts is described as “a failure” since it was “a not very identical clone.” And although the body was not fit to house the power of Palpatine, he could live and ended up becoming King’s father.The problem was that the film summarized some scenes to cut the final footage, including Palpatine’s explanation, as detailed by the editor Maryann Brandon He even revealed that the film did delve into “what kept Palpatine alive,” while it has been confirmed that the script included a line about the fact that Palpatine was a clone, as ScreenRant summarizes. It would certainly have been beneficial for viewers if They would have left some of these explanations in the movie. We would have saved a few questions. However, this discovery opens the door to the idea of ​​a possible spin off on this clone of Palpatine that managed to live his life and bear fruit to a daughter. To add more firewood to the fire we have the recent statements of Ian McDiarmid, the actor who he played the emperor in Episode IX, which confirmed that the explanation about his clone origin was originally at the beginning of the film.Ian McDiarmid, who has played the emperor in six films, spoke at a convention in Brussels about the fact that Palpatine He has spent years working on the development of a clone that could terrorize the entire galaxy again and reveal himself as King’s grandfather: “What about cloning? Yes. There are a lot of different explanations about why I could have returned. But it is interesting because at one point the script had a dialogue in the first scene in which Adam Driver says: ‘You are a clone’ and I answer, in that first script, that he is no longer with us: ‘I am more than a clone, less than a man. ‘ For me, this phrase helped to summarize its entire history, because we also just saw how the camera has shown us in the previous plane that there is a tank full of Snoke clones. “Read moreAlso, he has ensured that the character he has played in the saga has been one of the great protagonists of the story that has been behind everything: “Snoke was a clone. Palpatine has been responsible for everything. He did everything in one way or another. If you look back and watch the movies in the right order, that evil has been continuously in all of them. In a way, when someone commits a bad action, it is due to my character, to his influence. “As expected, these revelations were received with disbelief, surprise and relief by fans who had been waiting for the answer for more than two months. Surely Rey’s father is the son (clone) of a Palpatine clone? Didn’t that get it wrong? I see it normal to be a Palpi clone, but a clone of a clone …— Piratilla Star Wars (@PiratillaW) March 5, 2020

Palpatine is a clone of Palpatine, King’s parents are clones of Palpatine, Rey is a clone of Palpatine, The Knights of Rem were probably failed clones of Palpatine, we are all clones of Palpatine. You are not fooling us Disney you are Palpatine.– Mortdecai (@ ruvensss34) March 5, 2020 * Meeting at Disney * + Any solution to ‘The Rise of Skywalker’? – It is the clone that chooses Palpatine and it is the Palpatine who wants the Palpatine clones to be – What do you say? + I know already— 📺 Adrián Lede 🎬 (@adrianledeb) March 5, 2020 #StarWars confirms that Chewbacca died in the explosion and is now a failed Palpatine clone.— Álvaro (@ cabut01) March 5, 2020 And if Palpatine’s son is not a son of Palpatine because he is a clone then he is not a son and at the most they are brothers what makes Rey as much his niece and it is the neighbor who chooses the mayor?– Future Bat (@Future_Bat) March 5, 2020 The controversy over Palpatine only serves to confirm one thing. That rescuing Palpatine for the plot of the last Star Wars movie was a sovereign asshole. Yoda had already warned us to let the past die.– Mesié Pablo GG 🔻 (@paybolgg) March 5, 2020 More stories that may interest you: