Star Wars Kennedy stays wants to retrieve Rey Finn and Poe
Star Wars is an American cinematographic legend created by George Lucas coming from the category of science fantasy as well as the spatial daytime drama. The legend is composed of 9 primary films and three acquired movies. The first 6 films of the major legend were generated, composed and also managed by Lucas (that made 4 of them), before offering the hand to Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams as well as Ran Johnson for the last 3.
Although the Sequel Trilogy of Star Wars has long not been well-received with all fans, Lucasfilm and Disney seem to have not quite completed. It is therefore not excluded that we will see some characters from Star Wars Episode 7 to 9 in any form.
Where do the current Star Wars info come from?
Recently, the Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy, whose contract was extended by three years, has led an interview with the Empire Magazine. There were also the Sequel Trilogy of Star Wars and also the known characters such as Rey, Finn and Poe to speech. According to their statements, we could not have seen these figures for the last time.
Whole, these are not characters that we just forget. They will live on, and these are talks that are currently guided with the creative groups.
Is there a comeback of Rey, Finn and Poe?
In the interview, Kennedy looked through that they would like to expand the stories of these Sequel characters. This could happen in the form of films, of a series for Disney + or an animation project. However, there is a problem: how the magazine slash film reports, none of the respective actors is very hot to slip back into the former roles.
For example, Oscar Isaac (Poe Cameron) and John Bodega (Finn) have already made it clear not to be available for a series at Disney +. Also, Daisy Ridley (Rey) is rather hesitant in this regard. It would be possible to tell the history of the characters with younger actors. But if that’s what Lucasfilm introduces itself?
Source: Empire Magazine, Slash Film
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23.11.2021 at 10:45