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I actually just came to post this lol.
They really don't need to play an enormous part IMO. Not really small roles either, I am thinking about like a Lando form the original trilogy.
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My question is...who they gonna kill off?
Han and leia. Don't know what movie though.
Are they planning on killing them off?
Or are you saying that one of them will inevitably be killed off?
It's speculative. I would assume so. They have long term plans for the series to do 12 Episodes and they will eventually die in the series.
The third film in the upcoming trilogy won't be till at least 2021. The actors are going to be getting to the age where they won't be able to do it anymore by then.
First or second film Han and Leia are for sure gone. Luke maybe in the third.
How do you rank the Star Wars films?
Mine looks like
#2 - ANH
#3 - RotJ
#4 - RotS
#5 - TPM
#6 - AofC
Anyone who doesn't have empire first is fucking up.
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I'm sure you could make a case for ANH but really Empire owns.
Jedi master skywalker can never die
A lot of loss for such a short amount of time. SW has no problem killing major characters, but that's too much loss for three movies.
Think it will depend how Hamill is doing, and if the people still connect with him. I say leave him for brief cameos. In regards to movie order..Doak pretty much nailed mine. Empire is easily the best.
I think Han and leia will be gone in the first three. Luke is doubtful.
If he doesn't die will he be written off in another way ya think?
Who kills Luke? There's really only one candidate that I wouldn't be overly posses about him losing to and he is too busy building his sith empire.
No. He will remain throughout. But just present at council meetings, and other brief instances. Will probably not even see him in combat, unless he gets in the gym.
Are you talking about Krayt?
I was just joking about him never dying in the movies lol.
But I think you are right, while the other two are right up there with luke in terms of original trilogy importance, if this has anything to do about building another order or even the Jedi in general then Luke will almost certainly be more important(Leia could be close if it takes a more rebuilding the Republic route I guess)
Unfortunately most of the order will probably be built. Seems we are fast forwarding a good bit. But, they say they will not follow the EU closely, so you never know.
Yep, only one in the universe that has been shown to be on par with Luke.
I liked Attack of the Clones
It is the most interesting time period IMO.
No... not at all my silly little friend.
You shouldn't come around here.
Exactly, I just don't know what to expect really
I have read a little about him, but it seems I need to read more
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